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12 days in Italy-Lake District or Amalfi Coast

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My husband and I are planning to celebrate our 25th wedding anniversary in Italy this May/June for 12 days. Our flight from Toronto is to and from Rome. Our last trip to Italy was for our honeymoon when we visited Florence, Rome and Venice. We want to visit places we have not seen but feel that Rome is worth another visit. We are planning to rent a car. Breath taking views are our top priority. We also like to visit major tourist attractions as well.

If we do the Lake District we are thinking of:
Drive to Milan and stay in Milan one night; 3 nights in Bellagio (Lake Como); 2 nights in Cinque Terre; 2 nights in Tuscany (near Sienna); 3 nights in Rome.

If we do the Amalfi coast, we do not have a specific itinerary but would like to include Capri, Pompei, and Sorento. Staying the last 3 nights in Rome will not change.

We appreciate your suggestion on whether we should head North or South. Places to stay, eat and visit are welcome.

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