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To CT or not to CT?

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We have set our itinerary for June 2017-

Day 1-4 Fly into Venice stay in Verona
Day 4-6 Rent car & drive to Ligurian Coast
(Drop car La Spezia?)
Day 6-9 Train to Lucca -day trip Pisa?
Day 10 Last night in Florence->Depart

Seeing CT is a must, but we are having trouble deciding on whether to stay in CT, or close Levanto, Portovenere Sestri Levante all look good. SML looks amazing but I think it's too far.

I keep running all the pros/cons and I can't decide. If we stay in CT yes it's very crowded but we are there, so we can get a early start vs. being tied to the train or boat schedules. It is important that we have a place to swim/dip, cultural attractions and natural beauty to explore.

You all have never steered me wrong-suggestions?

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