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Selecting terme to visit on trip to Milan, Lake Garda, and Tuscany

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My husband and I our traveling to Milan, Lake Garda, and Tuscany in July 2016. I am looking to find the best spa experience during our trip as far a ease of visit and availability of a 2 to 3 hours time slot . There are Terme in Lake Garda - Terme Virgillo, Centro Benessere, etc. vs Termi di Montecantini. We are in Lake Garda for 3 days then driving down to Tuscany about 25 minutes South of Florence. Our stay in Tuscany is 4 days afterwhich we travel to Lucca.

We could have the spa experience in Lake Garda during our stay or stop at Montecantini on our way to Lucca. I like the photos of the spas in Lake Garda with the outside pools looking out over the lake but am concerned about the crowds in Sirmione. I was thinking of visiting the ruins in Sirmione early in the morning and then heading to the spa for 2.5 to 3.5 hours. OR should we just enjoy the ruins and leave before the crowds.

I would appreciate your input, especially from those that have actually visited any of the spas in these areas.

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