My partner and I are honeymooning in Italy in mid-January for two weeks, flying into Rome and staying for just over a week. We want to spend a few days in Rome, but after that, we're unsure of whether to head north to Florence, or south to Naples and further south to the warmer weather. Having never been to Italy, we're looking for recommendations on where to spend the bulk of the trip outside of Rome, given the January climate. We're your typical tourists in that we want to see some major attractions, visit museums and walk around. I love good views, and my partner would love a brief respite from the Atlantic winter, so we're working around that, too.
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