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Rome, Florence, Venice

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I'm planning a trip for my husband and myself to Italy in late April-early May and wondering how to schedule our days. For now, I'm thinking five night in Rome (Sat-Thurs), three nights in Florence (Thurs-Sun) & (perhaps with a side trip to Pisa), seven nights in Venice (Sun-Sat). Is this a good plan? I'm wondering if I should plan one night less in Venice and one night more in Florence (and definitely plan on Pisa?)? We'll fly to Rome and return home from Venice, with trains in between. Are there any other destinations we should add?

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