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Amalfi Coast vs Lake Como in Early Spring

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Hi all, although this has been discussed before, might get different answers as we are:

- Early 30s Couple
- Going for vacation in first week of April (the days before Easter, and can't change dates), for 4-5 nights, will probably have a car with us. Also, we would probably use Airbnb for accommodation.
- Preferring: Amazing scenery (both will do I guess), walking around, with light hiking, quaint streets and chic cafes and restaurants
- Wanting to avoid: overly crowded areas, bad weather as much as possible, although we both like chilli evenings.

What's you take on this, and which cities/villages in either Amalfi coast or lake Como?

Thanks,
Daniel

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