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Rome, Florence, Venice, Salzburg, Vienna in 13 nights?

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My wife and I are taking my in-laws on their first ever visit to Europe, for their 50th anniversary. We suggested Italy for a first trip, and then they asked if we could add in Vienna and "that Sound of Music" place. Does this itinerary sound reasonable?
(Flying from the Midwest)

Rome - 3 nights
Florence - 3 nights (including a 1-day drive around Tuscany)
Venice - 3 nights
7-hour bus/train to Salzburg, 1 day - 2 nights
drive to Vienna, to see some sights along the way - 2 nights

My wife and I would happily wear outselves out visiting museums, architectural sights, and just interesting cultural things, but my in-laws don't have as much stamina. Am I trying to do too much?

Thanks

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