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Please Help! 12 Days In Italy mid-October

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I'm planning a two week trip to Italy in October 2012. This will be my 1st trip to Europe. With travel days, we will have 12 days to tour Italy. I'd love to visit the following destinations: Venice, Piedmont Wine Region, Pisa, Florence, Rome and whatever else we can squeeze in. I do not speak Italian nor do I wish to rent a car. Is it possible to visit all or most of these areas in the time period without actually renting a vehicle? I'd prefer to use trains and/or buses. I would love to visit a winery and take a one-day cooking class plus visit some historical sites. I'm planning on flying into Venice and departing from Rome (or vice versa). Any assistance is greatly appreciated:)

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