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Visiting Florence, Siena, Pisa and Luca

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Hi to all Fodorites, You are all so awesome! i appreciate your help in planning our vacation.

We are going to Venice for few days then we would like to visit : Cinque Terre for couple nights, Florence, Pisa, Luca, Siena for 3 or 4 nights before going to Rome.
What would make sense? take the train to Cinque terre from Venice then go to Tuscany?
or vice-versa? What is your recomendation for where to stay while visiting Florence, Pisa, Luca and Siena?Should we stay in one place and do day trips?

Thank you in advance for your advice. I really appreciate you taking the time to answer my questions.

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