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Northern Italy Itinerary Help

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Hello all! My wife and I are in the planning stages of a trip to Northern Italy and we could use some advice on an itinerary. We have done Salzburg, Venice, Florence (one of our favorites in Europe), Tuscany, Rome, Bellagio in several trips and am looking for something different in Italy so we are debating touring the Emilia-Romagna or Piedmont region. I am open to any and all changes. For instance, I don’t need to stay in Verona, but heard it was beautiful and somewhat easy to reach from Munich. Also to note, we stayed in Zurich and Bern on our way to Paris a couple of years ago so that is why we decided to go to Verona vs. through Switzerland, but again, open to any comments on alternative routes and cities. We will have a car and need to start in Munich and end in Nice. For an idea of what we like to do while traveling, we enjoy architecture, food, wine, beer, guided walking tours (including food), shopping, and historical sites (not as much into museums). I hope this is enough information to start. Thanks in advance to everyone for your thoughts!
Option 1
Night 1 Munich
Night 2 Verona
Night 3 Milan
Night 4 Bologna
Night 5 Bologna
Night 6 Florence
Night 7 Florence
Night 8 Genoa
Night 9 Nice

Option 2
Night 1 Munich
Night 2 Verona
Night 3 Milan
Night 4 Milan
Night 5 Turin
Night 6 Turin
Night 7 Turin
Night 8 Nice
Night 9 Nice

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