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Rome to Vienna in 5 Nights. Suggestions welcome!

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One of the happy tasks of ex-pat living is planning holidays. We have two weeks set aside in June 2015 for Italy after school breaks for the summer. The first week will be spent in Puglia (the house is already reserved), and we're splitting the long drive from Vienna with an overnight in Ravenna. On the return drive the children have asked for an overnight or two in Rome (we have visited previously). That leaves us with 5 nights, give or take, to return to Vienna.

Where could we overnight, or possibly have two overnights? We're happy to see pretty much everything--castles, palaces, interesting statues--you name it, or even enjoy beautiful scenery. We have spent a week in Florence recently, and are spending next week in Venice, so the two obvious choices are out. Slovenia is out, as DD often spends weekends there with a friend from school. Would Trento be a good place for a couple of nights? Or perhaps Bologna and Klagenfurt (Austria)? Or somewhere else? As we will be traveling with DDog, the earlier I can secure lodging, the happier we all are as a traveling family. Thank you!

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