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Venezia, Firenze, & Cinque Terre Questions

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Will be coming in early March after working in Belfast, and am trying to figure out if there's a best order for visiting these places. I’m guessing we’ll fly into Venice or Florence, take trains between the destinations, and fly back to the U.S. from the final one.

Despite my reading, I’m still a bit confused about visiting the Cinque Terre. Would it be best to base in one town?

Any suggestions re: areas to stay—and how long to allot in each place?

FYI, DP doesn’t like B&B’s, so we’ll be looking for moderately priced hotels (under $200/night).

Any suggestions would be appreciated. Chow!

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