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Train or car from Tuscany to Venice?

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Hello all. We will be spending a week in a villa near San Gimignano the week before Easter and will have a rental car for the week. Then on the day before Easter we go to Venice for a few nights. I'm trying to figure out where and when to return the rental car. Should we drive to Venice and return it there (this seems like it might be the easier option) or return the car at the airport in Florence and then take a train to Venice. If we go to Florence I think we would have to then get from the airport to the main train station in the city. Am I right?

Of course, the fact that we're traveling right at Eastertime throws an additional logistical wrench into the planning.

Any advice will be greatly appreciated!

Thank you.

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