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Sicily: Five Days?

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We're working furiously to revise our big fall 20th anniversary trip to Italy. Unfortunately, the more research we do, the more we find that we'd love to see!

Right now we're trying to determine whether a 5-day trip to Sicily at the beginning or end of our trip would make sense. Most probably, we'd fly into Catania and plan to stay on the East coast (Taormina and Siracusa?) with a day trip to Agrigento. We'll be renting a car. I've read some of the Sicily trip reports, and am still on the fence.

The rest of the time we'll be in Venice/ the Veneto, ReggioEmilia, and Florence/Tuscany. It's a tough call whether we should stay on the mainland and extend our stays in these areas or hop a cheap flight Catania - Verona (or vice versa, if it's the end of the trip).

We'll be traveling at the end of October and beginning of November. Is it reasonable to assume that the weather in Sicily may be a little warmer?

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