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traveling from Milan, Cinque Terre to the Dolomites

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I'm planning on flyling to Milan and taking a train to walk the Cinque Terre over 3 or 4 days. Is Milan the closest airport for hiking the Cinque Terre towns? Would love recommendations on where to stay as I meander there. Then want to Go to the Dolomites for 3-4 days. Any recommendations on how to get there and where might be a good central place to stay there? Also, are there buses to get around within the Dolomites area? From the Dolomites, I wish to go to Lake Garda. Again, I could use help as to where to stay for a few days and how to get around. (I'm trying to avoid driving in Italy.) Lastly,, off to Florence area to return home a few days later.

This will be my first trip like this. Previously, I've gone to coastal towns and used trains or ferries. Thanks for any help you can give.

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