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Venice to Siena

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In mid-May, my wife and I are flying into Venice (early morning) and immediately driving down to Siena on a Saturday. From there we will be spending a week between Sienna and Florence (everything is booked).

However, on the day we drive down to Sienna we have no plans until dinner and are looking for some interesting cities/sites to stop along the way. As we have a full day we can definitely visit 1 - 2 cities just to get a taste. Thoughts were Bologna, Modena, Prato , or San Marino. But really I'm up for any good advice. Just want to make the drive more interesting.

We're in our mid-30, active, love to site see, eat, drink....really anything. All suggestion welcome. Thanks in advance for your help.

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