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Spring Break Family Trip to Italy

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I am in the beginning stages of planning a spring break trip to Italy with my family of 4, including 2 kids ages 9 and 12. We are going to be flying out of Philadelphia and into Rome. Is is worth doing a multi-city flight and fly out of Venice? I would like to spend time in Rome, Venice, and maybe Florence? We will be spending 9/10 nights in Italy. Any ideas of a good itinerary that would keep the kids interested? Are there any other cities you would recommend visiting in addition to Rome and Venice? I would like to explore these cities and have an enjoyable, educational vacation without rushing around and being over scheduled. Please keep in mind this will be taking place around Easter. Thank you for any insight you may be able to offer.

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