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Northern Italy in 2 Weeks?

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We will be celebrating a major anniversary Sept. 2018 and we have done incredibly adventurous trips in the past that have been farther afield (Myanmar, Rwanda, Manchu Picchu, Australia/New Zealand/Tasmania, Tahiti, Figi, Indonesia). Last anniversary trip was Croatia. I was thinking romantic on this trip since I want to see Venice and have only skied in northern Italy. Thoughts are flying into Milan and continuing to Lake Como, Venice, Florence, Cinque Terra, and definitely wine country such as Barbaresco (husband's fav). We are very active travelers so want to hike, possibly bike (even a city bike tour), but also like culture, art and food. Any ideas of a good itinerary or is there a city in the area that we should visit versus the well known destinations. We love going off the grid and finding the unique -- my husband is planning to drive most of the trip unless train travel makes sense. Thanks for any input or recommendations you can provide. If there is a destination beyond Italy that you feel is very romantic but active, don't hesitate to chime in.

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