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Would like to travel to Venice, Switzerland, and Austria

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Hi! My husband and I are seriously considering taking about three weeks this summer and going to Italy, Switzerland, and Austria. I recognize that summer is right around the corner, but we are actually going to have about a month between jobs, and we would really like to take advantage of the opportunity, if we can get everything else taken care of. Top on my husband's list is Venice, and top on my list are the Swiss alps. Aside from that, we are pretty open. When we travel, we typically like to spend more time in smaller towns and villages as opposed to major cities. I've been trying to find a rough outline of an itinerary that would cover these three countries (and specifically including Venice in Italy), but am unsure of the best way to tackle this trip. We would also like to avoid spending most of our times on trains, if possible. Any advice and direction would be greatly appreciated! Thanks in advance!

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