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Looking to go to Rome, Florence, and Venice in March or April. What is the weather like that time of year? Hot, humid, rainy?

Thinking of flying into Rome..stay 3 or 4 days, renting a car and driving to Florence..stay 3 or 4 days. While in Florence drive to Pisa and Tuscan countryside. Then either take the train or drive to Venice for 2 or 3 days and fly home from there.

So I think I am looking at an 11 day trip. Does this seem plausible? Is 3 days enough in Rome or should we stay for 4?

I assume in all these places there is a lot of walking.

Any other tips?

Thank you.

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