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Amalfi Coast, Rome, Florence and Venice in two weeks

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I am planning a trip to Italy at the end of April (and a few days into May). It will be my first time going with my boyfriend and we will have a total of 13 nights. Is this itinerary feasible?

Day 1. Fly into Naples. Train to Sorrento and bus to Amalfi or Positano (unsure of where to have my base for the Amalfi coast)

Day 2. Positano

Day 3. Ravello

Day 4. ?

Day 5. Train to Rome

Day 6. Rome

Day 7. Rome

Day 8. Train to Florence

Day 9. Florence

Day 10. Florence

Day 11. Train to Venice

Day 12. Venice

Day 13. Venice

Day 14. Fly home form Venice

I know I won't be able to see everything and am OK with that (there are some "must-see" touristy things that I don't have a great interest in and am more interested in just soaking in the culture, eating great food, and exploring beautiful cities), but would like to make the most of my time there. Thank you!

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