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Switzerland/Italy 2 week in July

Our family of four will travel Switzerland and Italy for 2 weeks this July. Our 16 yo daughter is currently in Switzerland and we expect that she will have our agenda for CH but we would like to explore Italy. Destinations on our list are Rome, Florence and Venice. We will rent a car at least for the Italian portion of the trip. We are wondering if it makes sense to night train down to Rome and then once we are done in Rome, to get our car and head north. How many days do we need to see those three destinations? (keeping in mind that we are restricted in overall days) We are not completely opposed to eliminating one centre but don't want to. Ultimately I am thinking if we had to, I would eliminate Venice. Thoughts??

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