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10 days in Spain or Italy

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My husband and I have 10 days of our Europe trip that is unplanned. (we are going to Poland and London)
So I am tossing up between Spain - Barcelona and San Sebastian or Italy - Rome and Sorrento.
We visited Northern Italy 3 years ago & really enjoyed it. I would love to see the amalfi coast.
But I am wondering how similar it will be to our experience in the north.
We have never been to Spain, but feel 10 days is not enough to do it justice.
I have not been to Sorrento/Positano/Capri and the last time I was in Rome was 1987.
Both of us are in our mid 50's and quite active.
This 10 days is 15th to 25th of august.

I know this is an odd question, but any advice would be appreciated.

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