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Need itinerary help Northern Italy

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I am needing to come up with a Plan B for a week in Italy in July. Italy will be 8 nights in the middle of a trip that starts with about a week in Solvenia/Croatia, and after Italy has ten days in the Benelux countries. The original plan was that my husband and I would ferry over to Italy from Rovinj, Croatia and rent a car and planned to visit Urbino, Ferrara, Bassano del Grappa/Asolo, Mantova, and end up in Milano. Now it's looking like I may be doing the whole trip solo and would therefore not want to rent a car.

So I need an itinerary that is easily done by train, with as few bases as possible. By car and with my husband I don't mind moving every day or so but by train and on a solo trip I prefer bases and do day trips. On previous trips I have done Padova, Vicenza, Verona, Bologna, Modena, Ravenna (not all on the same trip) so I'd prefer to concentrate on towns I have not been to.

Any ideas?

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