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12 days - Florence, Venice, Cinq Terre

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Hubby & I are going to Italy at beginning of April and are trying to plan an itinerary. Our 3 musts are Florence, Venice & Cinq Terre, but I'm unsure the best way to travel. We would like 3 nights in each, but am unsure where else to go..I had looked at a couple days in Lucca - as it was enroute from Pisa to Cinq Terre. With the areas we are doing I was thinking that we would not rent a car on this trip. I would love some ideas on the best way to travel and a good place for our 4th stop. We aren't huge lovers of paintings, so art museums are lost on us, but I did read that a tour is an option to make these more interesting. I had thought, as we arrive in Florence around noon, was to take the train to Venice right away, then we can crash around 8 pm & get up bright & bushy tailed the next day. Any tips or advice would be appreciated.. As an aside - we loved roaming Capri, loved Sorrento, climbed Strombolii , thoroughly enjoyed traipsing around Sicily & thoroughly enjoyed 5 nights in Rome on our last trip to Italy.

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