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    Default two days in Florence area

    A friend and I are going to be travelling from Rome mid September, spending two days in and around Florence and then travelling to Venice.

    I am finding all of the choices rather overwhelming so I hope I can get some advice.

    1. Is it better to take the train to Florence and rent a car there rather than try to rent a car on the outskirts of Rome?

    2. And if we do rent a car we would looking at taking it to Venice and dropping it off somewhere on the outskirts of the city.

    2. We would ideally like to see a few spots in Florence and then go to a villa or apartment in the country side,
    Does anyone have any recommendations for this? Would be love to stay at a winery or small farm with separate apartments rather than B&B rooms.



    Any advice would be much appreciated.

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    Default Florence in September

    Buongiorno,

    My suggestion would be to use the train as much as possible - it will cut costs and stess. There is a fast train to Florence from Rome and you can take another train to Venice (both Rome and Venice are two places you do not want to have to deal with a car!)

    Two days doesn't give you a lot of time to appreciate the city or the countryside - but you could look at staying at:

    https://www.discovertuscany.com/tusc...-lilliano.html

    You can use public transport to get around or a taxi - and it puts you on an awesome wine estate - giving you the best of Florence and the countryside.

    Buon Viaggio,

    Donna Denise

    PS - I love to take family and friends here for a wine tasting.

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    Unfortunately it seems that not many wineries with apartments will rent them for just 2 days.
    If there are any that you know of that would rent on a shorter time frame we would love to hear about it.

    thanks!

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    Hi!

    Try this place - close to Florence, and everyone loves their vineyards:

    https://www.tuscanyaccommodation.com...-dianella.html

    Buon Viaggio,

    Donna Denise

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