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Milan - Venice - Florence - Rome/Vatican

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Newark, California
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Milan - Venice - Florence - Rome/Vatican

I have an upcoming trip to Europe this March 29 till April 15. The first leg of my trip is Italy. I want to visit Milan - Verona - Venice - Florence and Rome/Vatican. Can anyone tell me if this itinerary is feasible for 4 days and also suggest places to visit in these particular area.

I can probably leave Verona out but Florence is where the David statue and Pisa. And Rome of course is a destination all by itself already.

Thank you

Edited: 3:34 am, February 20, 2013
Sydney, Australia
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1. Re: Milan - Venice - Florence - Rome/Vatican

You cannot reasonably visit 4 places in 4 days. You will spend more time travelling than you will in seeing the things that are the reason for the travel. Re-think your plans.

Newark, California
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reviews: 4
2. Re: Milan - Venice - Florence - Rome/Vatican

Sydneynick - how many days can I expect to spend in Rome? Can I go to Rome and Florence? Or pretty much stay in Rome/Vatican?

Sydney, Australia
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3. Re: Milan - Venice - Florence - Rome/Vatican

In 4 days, you can see only a fraction of what Rome or Venice has to offer. I would suggest you spend all your time in either Rome or Venice, and get to know one city just a little.

4. Re: Milan - Venice - Florence - Rome/Vatican

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