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choosing between cinque terre & lake como

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hi fodorites - i'm planning a 2 week trip (14days) to Italy in last week of aug + first week of sep. here's my itinerary so far:
Rome (with possible day trip to pompeii) - 4 nights
Florence (with possible day trip to siena) - 3 nights
Venice - 3 nights
Lake Como (with possible day trip to lugano) - 4 nights

we are in our mid-30s, low maintenance, enjoy scenery, relaxing, not into partying.
so far, all the advice i have received is fantastic. i have read posts about cinque terre and it sounds & looks like a beautiful place. if i had to choose between lake como & cinque terre, which should i choose?

do you think i could include some time in both cinque terre AND lake como? probably not but i thought i'd ask ;)

if you say cinque terre, which town should i stay in and how many nights?

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