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4 days in Positano and 4 days in Tuscany

Hi Fodors Friends,

We are a family of 4 (my wife and me and our teenaged daughters) travelling to the Amalfi Coast and then driving to Tuscany in early June this year. Needed some advice on how to spend the effective 3 full days around Positano (believe Ravello, Capri and the town of Amalfi are lovely) -want to do Sorrento as well but if anyone can suggest the best possible combination of places with transport. We do not have a car at this point.

In Tuscany we have a car and again are there for 3 full days, so would love some suggestions -guess one day would be in Florence -any suggestions on parking....we want to do San Gimignano but is that a full day? Also would love to drive around the Chianti area...any other suggestions please!

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