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10 day travel itinerary to Italy... help!

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We are traveling for the first time to Italy this September/October. We will do a roundtrip flight to Rome.

We were thinking:

Rome - 2/3 nights
Train to Florence
Florence - 2/3 nights
Rent car drive to Tuscan village (45 minute drive)
Tuscan village - 3 nights
Drive back to Florence, drop off car, train back to Rome
1 night in Rome before we fly out the next day.

Question is - should we spend more time in Rome or Florence, which one? We'd love to go to Cinque Terre but I don't think we can do that and Tuscany in the same trip. Do you suggest we do Cinque Terre or Tuscan village? I feel like Rome and Florence are both big cities so we'll be busy so i wanted to have a few nights just relaxing somewhere.

Any ideas are welcome!

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