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Bari to Naples. 3 full days itinerary with a car

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We will be arriving to Bari, Italy via ferry from Croatia at 7 am in mid september. We have 3 full days to spend in this area of Italy, and flying out from Naples on the 4th day morning.

How would you recommend splitting the time for those 3 days?
(husband and wife traveling, early 30-ies, speak some Italian, 4-5 star hotel budget, top goals are to see as much as reasonable possible with a focus on history and highlights of the region as well as eat very well for those 3 days, so places with great restaurants would be highly appreciated. We are the sort of travelers who dont mind driving every day and dont mind busy itineraries if that allows us to see more, especially considering the freedom of having a car.

Thank you very much in advance for taking the time to respond

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