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Honeymoon to italy (Rome, florence, venice)

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Honeymoon to italy (Rome, florence, venice)

We are planning for our honeymoon to italy approx 2nd week of april 2014. We can devote 8-10 days in these 3 cities and around excluding travel from/to mumbai (india). We need help to decide the itenery for the same. We have also Amalfi Coast in mind, but for that we have to skip one or two of these cities, which we do not mind if its worth skipping them and visiting this place.

We would request for a complete package also, if anyone could provide us with.

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1. Re: Honeymoon to italy (Rome, florence, venice)

Check for a multi city air ticket www.emirates.com Fly into Venice and out of Rome.

Venice airport bus www.atvo.it Rome Termini airport bus www.sitbusshuttle.com

Trains connecting Venice, Florence and Rome www.trenitalia.com Click on the UK flag for current train times

Excursions by Trenitalia trains, from Venice to Verona, From Florence to Pisa and from Rome to Orvieto

Bus Florence to Siena www.busfox.com/timetable

Accommodation www.venere.com

Regional info Veneto, Tuscany, Lazio and Umbria www.italia.it/en/home.html

www.venice-tourism.com www.timeout.com/venice


www.rome.info www.timeout.com/rome

Edited: 20 January 2014, 08:03
2. Re: Honeymoon to italy (Rome, florence, venice)

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