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12 days in Italy

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We will have 12 days in Italy September of next year. I've been to Italy before but my husband has not. I want to go to Rome, Tuscany and Amalfi Coast. Thought spending 4 days in each place or 3 in Rome and add one more somewhere else. I've never been to Tuscany or AC before. I want to end in AC because I want the end of the trip to be relaxing. I was thinking of renting a car once we leave Rome to go to Tuscany then drive to AC then turn in car there and take train back to Rome.

Do you think this is doable? I really want our 5 year anniversary away from our kids for the first time to be amazing and memorable. Not stressful. Relaxing but my husband and I really love history so I really want to make sure we spend some time in Rome.

I would love suggestions as where to stay as well. Looking for somewhere not overly expensive. I want to stay at an agriturismo in Tuscany. I'd love to stay at a working vineyard to see things happening.

Thank you in advance!
Jess

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