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Which order of cities is most logical taking public transport?

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We will be flying into Nice, France and spending 4 nights in Antibes, then taking public transportation through Italy. We are planning:
Cinque Terre - 2 nights
Florence - 4 nights; incl. Siena, Lucca
Venice - 2 nights
Rome - 3 nights
Sorrento - 5 nights; incl. Positano, Pompeii, Capri
Naples - 1 night; fly home from Naples
Please suggest the best order in which to see these destinations. In particular, not sure the best place to fit Venice into the itinerary: (A) train from Florence to Venice then train to Rome; or (B) easyjet flight from Nice to Venice, then train Venice to Rome; or (C) another order?

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