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Two + Weeks in Italy-Can't Decide!

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My husband and I took a 16 day trip last summer to Paris, Bellagio, Florence, Sienna, San Gimignano, and Monteriggioni. It was my second trip to Europe, my husband's first. We absolutely loved everything we did, and fell completely in love with Italy. We want to go back this June (last two weeks) and possibly a third week the first week of July. We used the rail system and found it very convenient. We keep reading about all of the different places we could go, and just can't seem to decide on an itinerary. We would prefer to stay in a place for at least three or four days, then move to the next place. We don't care as much about trying to see everything, but rather want to find another four or five places to see and experience. We are undecided about renting a car, but wouldn't be opposed. We rented apartments (except in Bellagio), and were happy with that accommodation. Lastly, we love food, art, wine, architecture, and nature. Moderately active, not afraid to be on our feet walking for 10-12 hours.

Thanks for any suggestions of your favorite must-see places!

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