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Almafi Coast (Ravello) and Tuscany in 10 days- doable?

Hi,

We are headed to Italy for our honeymoon at the end of august. We have about 8-10 days. Is it doable to fly in to Rome, head to the Almalfi Coast (we were thinking of Ravello) for about four days and then go to Tuscany for another four days or is that fitting too much in? Also any recommendations on the best way (train/rental car) to get from Almalfi to Tuscany?

Any advice much appreciated!

Thanks!

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