We will be going to Italy for the first time, in mid-Sept. for 8 nights. My husband does not love museums and just loves to wander and soak in the local sites/sights. We are thinking of flying into Rome, spend a day or two, then go to Florence for four nights. The issue is- I really wanted to see Tuscany but I am thinking four days is just not enough. Some people have suggested we take the train from Rome to Florence, stay a night or two in Florence and then drive through Tuscany for one of two nights. I read a lot on this forum about Siena and Lucca, so I am thinking they are nice places to see. I would also like to see Venice, but have read really conflicting reports about it. Anyway, not sure if we just want to spend one night in Rome and then on to Florence. Not sure if we want to spend four nights in Florence or split it between Florence and the smaller towns. Not sure if we want to do any driving or just enjoy the trains and take a private tour or two. The only thing I have decided is that we will fly into Rome and home from Venice, but not sure if we should spend one or two nights in Venice. Comments? Suggestions? Help!