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The South of France and Northwestern Italy

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We are flying into Milan for 17 days in April (the day after Easter) and I would like to visit several areas. We will be renting a car and my tentative plans are as follows: Milan and head straight to Lake Maggiore for a day, head to Torino for a couple days, head down to the coast and go to the market in Ventimiglia, head over to Provence to visit van Gogh sites, drive through the Riviera cities (not very important to us, but would like to drive through, head to Cinque Terre for a few days, over to Florence and then back to Milan. We would like to go on the zip line by Lake Garda, but I don't think we'll have enough time.

That is what we have planned so far. I've been to Milan a couple times so I don't really need to spend time there. I've also been to Rome and the Northeasern area, including Garda in the past so that is not a priority either.

Any suggestions? We need to book hotels but we really don't have a clue. I'm a photographer (freelance) so I would like to take a photo of that "church" in Tuscany, but I don't know where it is. It may be a barn too. I can't remember. Anyway, I'm sure there are great things to see that others have seen that I'm not aware of. Any tips on locations, the agenda or hotels and such would be great.

Thanks!!

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