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6 Nights between Florence and Venice

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I have 6 nights to split between the 2 cities. We are 1 Adult and 2 children (10 & 13) traveling free and easy, and using the trains between cities. We are traveling in Dec.

I had initially planned 4N in Florence, and 2N in Venice, but then changed it to 3/3, mainly to fit in a day trip out to Murano/Burano.

Now, after doing more research, I think there's more to see in Florence (museums, day trip to Pisa) than Venice, but from what i hear, VEnice is usually a hit with the kids, and we need to spend time getting lost in the streets.

Should I change my itinerary to 4N in Florence, and 2 in Venice? We will be arriving in Florence via train from Rome at about 12 noon (trenitalia tickets booked).

Thanks in advance for any advice!

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