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Bike touring in Italy

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Hello fellow travelers,
I am planning a bike tour from Florence to Bary or Brindisi through Siena, Rome and Naples. l don't have a lot of time for sightseeing since I will be mostly pedaling for 100 to 120 km per day so what time I have left is rather precious to spend wandering around. What I am looking for is places along that route besides the cities I've mentioned which are worth the time to stop, explore or even spend the nigh t.Places with historical signicance, traditional architecture or places of any importance whatsoever. I have already read in another thread something similar but that was to be done by car and I dont have the freedom to deviate that much from my main course do to the small time frame, just 8 to 10 days max for the whole titalian part of the tour.

Thank you all in advance

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