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Rome to Cinque Terre or Cinque Terre to Venice

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Hi,

I am planning a trip to Italy early May, and wanted to see which path made more sense. We (2 adults - no kids) are planning on traveling by train, so which route would be the easiest and most efficient.

PLAN A
Rome - Cinque Terre - Florence - Venice - Rome

PLAN B
Rome - Florence - CT - Venice - Rome

PLAN C
Rome - Florence - CT - Florence - ROME

Thanks for any suggestions.

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