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Venice, Florence, Umbria, Rome, AND Amalfi?

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I have found this sight by chance, but am liking the conversations. I have used the Fodor books for years too. So--I am committed to attend a family reunion in Italy. We will be in Umbria from June 30-July 7th. The five people in my family are trying to make the most of this trip. We have never been to Italy, and don't know when/if we could ever get back. I'm dreaming of doing an Itinerary which includes flying to Venice (2 nights), Florence (3 nights--- taking a day to explore Cirque Terre and hike through villages, and making a trip to Pisa?). Then we have 7 nights in Umbria with our extended family. I will ask about day trips from there once I have flights and hotels. After Umbria, I would love to spend 2 or 3 nights in Rome. Can I squeeze in Amalfi Coast after that and still fly out of Rome? Or from where should I fly out? We do have 3 kids, but they are seasoned travelers... (3 star level mostly, but to super cool places). We always do too much, but usually figure out how to make it work. My youngest climbed the Eiffel tower at age 5 without whining, and he is now 11. Thank you for your help. Italy looks SO AMAZING!

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