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Should I switch our itinerary?

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We are planning our trip in June to Italy, and the way we have it planned now is to go to Tuscany first, then Cinque Terre, in Levanto. Our flight leaves at noon from Milan meaning we will have to leave Levanto fairly early to ensure dropping our rental car off.

I really only want to stay in two places on this trip to Italy, so would prefer not to pick up and move the last night just to be closer to the airport. Would it be worth it to switch our trip around to go to Levanto first, and then Tuscany, for an quicker drive to Malpensa? Or is the drive time not that much different?

Thanks for any help you have!

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