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Venice worth it? 2 or 3 nights?

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So I'll be in Italy from late September to early-mid October and we're planning on doing our trip like this:

Sorrento (Pompei, Naples, Almafi Coast/Capri) - 4 nights
Florence/Tuscany - 4 nights
Venice - 3 nights
Rome - 4 nights

I've heard a lot of mixed reviews about Venice and my wife thinks it may be worth spending less time in Venice and spending more time either in Sorrento or Florence.

What do you guys think? We'll lose probably 4-5 hours when we travel from Florence to Venice, so I'm trying to just see if 2 nights is best or 3 nights is best in Venice. If you guys think 2 nights is better, where should I add the extra day, Florence or Sorrento area?

We like museums to some degree, outdoorsy stuff, good food and just site seeing in general.

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