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Northern Italy in December. Help narrowing choices.

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My family and I will be visiting northern Italy for 8 nights in December. Specifically, The northern region. We will start with Venice for 3-4 nights. Any tips on must eats or restaurants? What about hotels?

Mainly we are are trying to pick between the following areas for the remaining 4 nights.: Emilia Romagna (specifically Bologna), Verona, Turin, OR Florence/Tuscany region. They all offer different things I know. We want to experience the food, see some art, and enjoy the beauty, but be able to get around easily. Also we don't really want to be in an extremely crowded location and want to be in safer areas.

Also, any Christmas festivities or markets to see this time of year (dec 1-10)?

Any help is appreciated greatly.

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