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Recommended locations between Zurich, Venice and Tuscany.

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Two American women flying from Dublin to Zurich on June 5 and departing from Milan on June 15. As you can see this is a quick trip. I've been to Italy many times, my friend has not. Neither one of us has been to Switzerland. We are planning on training through Switzerland and ending up in Venice. We will rent a car outside of Venice to continue the trip by driving around Tuscany.

We both live in big cities so we not interested in spending the night in Zurich and want to start our adventure as soon as we land in Zurich.

We like moderate exercise but have no desire to hike. What stops in Switzerland would you recommends. We would like to be in Venice by 6/9 so we only have a few days in Switzerland. Then at least two nights in Venice. After Venice what stops would you recommend in and around Venice. I've been to Florence many times so that not an option. My friend isn't interested in Florence so I'm not being selfish.

I've been reading the forums for years and find them very helpful and interesting and a great way for me to think of new places to visit and new things to do.

Kay

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