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To include Florence or Not....A Venice, (maybe Florence), and Rome trip

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Trying to plan our Honeymoon. We will be in Italy (landing 10:30am in Venice) 9/21 and have flexibility in leaving to meet friends in Munich either 9/27 or 9/28 (via overnight train) We Know we are doing Venice for sure, and definetly want to do Rome, but we initially thought we would do a Venice, Florence, Rome vacation, but the more and more we look into it, the harder it seems it may be to actually see things and experience a bit of the culture if we try to jam in 3 cities in 7-8 days. Now we are thinking we may just do Venice and Rome. We'd both still really like to see Tuscany and found this tour https://www.walksofitaly.com/rome-tours/tuscany-day-trips-from-rome that looks like we could get a good taste of Tuscany, but eat up a day of Rome. We want to be able to see the sights in Venice (doge's St. Marks, Rialto market, and also explore a bit). In Rome we want to see the ancient Rome sights (Colluseum, Pantheon...), Trevi Fountain, and Vatican City. As well as enjoy night life.

We aren't HUGE art people, we would definetly enjoy the rennessaince (sp?) history and want to check out the Duomo in Florence, but we aren't too sure how much more there is to do.....

So I guess I'm asking thoughts on this decision, or maybe even bring to light the awesome things Florence has to offer. Thanks!

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