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Venice or Cinque Terre????

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We have ten full days in Italy. Unfortunately, our trip is round trip in and out of Milan . We tried changing that but we are using reward points and it's not possible. It is also not possible to extend days:/. So, we are now having to make some tough choices. We are traveling first week of July (can't be changed either). We enjoy the outdoors, walking, History, art (but not too much rated r art as i do have 3 teens). Here's what I have so far:

Option 1:
1 day Milan
Train to either Venice or a town in cinque terre. 2 full days
From there, train to Florence and stay 3 days
4 days in Rome (we like the antiquities)

Or option 2:
1 day Milan
Train to Florence 3 days (side to Pisa)
Train to Rome 6 days (Pompey side trip?)

If option 1- Venice or cinque??

We are a family of five. Thanks!

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