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Where to honeymoon in Southern France and Northern Italy?

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Hello! My fiance and I are trying to plan a honeymoon trip starting in Southern France and ending in Italy. It will be in November, for 10 or so days. I have NO idea where to even start (literally!) we are thinking of starting in Nice and ending in Venice, but aren't sure, so any advice there would be great!

Our biggest need is for suggestions regarding itinerary. We'd also love suggestions for must-see places, and even places to stay, as well as general advice on European traveling as I have done none, and my fiance only a little.

To inform those suggestions, we both love being outdoors and love history and culture. (Museums, parks, etc. are high on our lists!) We want the trip to be relatively relaxed, so probably not a different place EVERY day. We like small towns better than busy/towering cities and our budget isn't SUPER huge.

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