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Three weeks in Italy

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So next year a friend and I will be flying to rome from Australia on the 12th of August. We have about three weeks before we part ways (I to stay with a friend in Sicily and her to fly to family in London) So I thought, how should we divide our time?

I'm basically the one outlining this as a rough draft and I was thinking Rome, Florence, Cinque Terre. We are doing this on a student budget, everything I have read says that Venince is unbelievably expensive but is this true? Could we squeeze it in?

I thought maybe a week in Rome because there is so much to see, a day trip to Cinque terre from Florence... but then how long in Florence? AND IF Venice could be squeezed in, how long there?

And can anyone suggest any good sites to book accommodation?

Thank you SO much!!

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