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Best airport for Tuscany

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We are in the initial stages of planning a 2-week trip to Italy in October. The first week we'd base somewhere in Tuscany, train directly to Positano (w/o car) for the second week, and then leave from Rome to return home. Which airport (Milan, Florence, or Rome)would be better for Tuscan arrival? After we arrive at airport, we would like to travel by train to our destination in Tuscany (undecided at this point) and rent the car there in order to avoid major highways. We would then drop off car and travel by train/bus to Positano. Any suggestions would be appeciated. (New to this forum and LOVE it!)

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