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10 days in Italy - Suggestions?

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My husband and I are taking a trip to Italy for 9 nights/10 days; We will be there mid-November.

We of course have focused most of our planning on being in Rome, and Venice. We really want to make a trip down to Naples, Sorrento and visit the Isle of Capri as well and see Pompeii.

We are not sure about Florence, I've heard mixed reviews - maybe just a day trip there - is that doable?

Is Cinque Terre worth a trip?

We know we won't have enough time to see everything we mentioned above. And we are definitely the type that appreciate just settling into a city when we travel and not be constantly going city-to-city. I wish we both had more time off, otherwise we would be there for longer.

Any suggestions?

We are traveling from Phoenix, Arizona.

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