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questions about 1 week fall trip to Venice & Florence

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We're planning a 1 week trip, leaving Detroit Friday October 2nd and returning Sunday October 11th. The plan is to visit Venice and Florence. We already went to Rome a few years ago.

Does it matter what order we visit these cities in, is one order better than the other?

How should we split up the week? We'll have 8 days, including the first jet-lagged day.

Our interests are history, art, museums and cultural sites, and just walking around. Not foodies and don't care about nightlife.

Any advice would be much appreciated!

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