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Start in Venice, end in Florence

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I have booked our flights for our next European adventure next September: we land in Venice and leave from Florence. I haven't been to Venice yet and have to see it. While I have been to Florence several times, I just love Florence and I haven't seen many sights (I have my heart set on a tour of the Vasari Corridor).

I am turning the to forum for suggestions on the in between. We will probably rent a car in Venice (at the end of the stay) and want to tour smaller areas. Two years ago we stayed in Pienza and toured Montepulciano, Montalcino, and Sienna. I am thinking of an Agriturismo and we could drive to different areas.

Besides Pisa, what towns are good visits? We love museums, old towns, cathedrals, good wine and good cucina provero.

Thanks in advance, the forum has been a great asset in our trips to France and Italy.

Bob T

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