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venice or rome for first time Italy travelers

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My husband and I are planning a trip to Italy in October. We are arriving in Rome on October 24th and leaving on November 3rd. We are having a hard time deciding on Venice or Rome. We want to spend the majority of time in Tuscany visiting the small towns and winery's. The plan was originally fly into Rome on Wed. am then on to Florence on Friday and Sat. then on to other parts of Tuscany for the rest of the trip. leaving for Rome on the 2nd then flying out the morning of the 3rd, It seems terrible to be in Italy and not see Venice but just didn't think we had time. Some day would love to return and see the Amalfi coast but who knows when that would be. Any suggestions about sticking with our original plan or nix Rome and fly into Venice and save Rome for the next if ever trip to the Amalfi coast? Thank you, kathy

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