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Calm base in Italy, Beginning of October

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Hello, I'm new here, I hope I ll get some useful help from you :)

Me and 3 friends of mine are going to Italy in the beginning of October

We're gonna have first three days in Florence and then move to Rome for another 4 days to meet our friends.

After Rome we need some calm and lazy base for 4-5 days (probably near the sea) we're planing to relax and have a rest.

I would love to know your suggestions
there are options like Garda Lake, La Spezia, Amalfi Coast and Puglia (Ostuni)
We will fly back home either from Venice, Milan, Rome or Bari

P.S. Take into consideration we will be on budget for last days, because of that Ostuni is the best option for us.

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