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Northern Italy - Where To Go? (Need to be near Bergamo)

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Hey, I was wondering whether you guys could help me with something.

Basically, I am travelling to Italy for 10 nights, early July, arriving in Rome and leaving from Milan (Bergamo)

I will be going to Rome, Amalfi (Pompeii + Capri) and Florence.

Now my question to you is this, I will have 2 nights left of my trip where I havent decided where to go yet. Where would you guys recommend, considering that I need to be within a reasonable distance of Milan Bergamo?
I was originally thinking Verona, whereby I could commute to Venice and obviously enjoy what Verona has to offer too.

Lake Garda and Como were all also viable alternatives. But considering what I will be doing prior, where do you think would be the best place to go considering my circumstances?

Much Thanks!

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