I am planning a two week trip to northern Italy the first two weeks of July with the main purpose of scenic day hikes and scenic drives. My main reason for choosing Italy was to see the Dolomites. As I started to research northern Italy,I found many more areas that I want to see. I would like to see a lot of variation in scenery but I don't want to do too much traveling so I don't enjoy myself either. I planned to fly into Venice and visit the dolomites for a few day hikes, drive the scenic mountain passes, see the Iceman in Balzano, Parco National Della Stelvio, Head to the Lakes region (Garda and/or Como), Gran Paradiso National Park ( see the Mattahorn and Monte Blanc) and end in Cinque Terra. All of these areas I would want a day to do some short scenic hikes. I plan to fly out of Milan. Does this seem doable? Is it possible to travel this time of year without advance hotel reservations? I would plan to have them in the Dolomites and Cinque Terra but if the rest of the itinerary was left open it would make a trip like this easier. Thank you for your help!