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10 days in Italy - where to go, what ot see?

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I am planning a trip to Italy in this June, mainly for practising the language. But if I'm there I wanna see as much as possible...! I am going alone, so this way there is nobody to rely on, and I will be in charge only...:)

I think I will fly to Rome and spend 2-3 days there, but from there should I go north or south?
There are so many places to see, I am having such a hard time to choose.... (Altough I will do another trip next year , so I can kinda "concentrate" on either south or north,)

Rome - Napoli - Pompeii - Capri....
or
(for now forget about Rome and)
Venezia - Verona - Bologna - Firenze- Perugia....?

Or....?

Should I rent a car, or can get around with public transportation? (I am trying to be to this on as low budget as possible...)

Any kind of advise, suggestion is welcome!

Thanks in advance!


Livia

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