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Central Italy: 4 free days, where to go? Lucca? Grossetto? Livorno? Ancona?

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My husband and I are in the middle of planning a three month trip/honeymoon, concentrated mostly in Italy and France. We have about four days that we're unsure where to go and was hoping to get some guidance. I'll provide the list of where we'll be before and after so help put it in context geographically. We've been thinking about Lucca, Grosetto, Livorno or Ancona but truly we're open to just about anything if it makes sense logistically and won't be outrageously expensive from a travel standpoint.

Venice (2 nights)
Bologna (7 nights)
Florence (5 nights)
?????? (4 nights)
Countryside Tuscany- Asciano (7 nights)
Positano (4 nights)
Rome (7 nights)

From there we fly to Barcelona and then we begin to make our way up from the south of France to Paris. We will then travel from Paris to Piedmont and finish our trip in Piedmont in early November for the truffle festivals.

For whatever it's worth he's a chef, I'm a sommelier and we'll begin our trip the first of September and end mid November. We would so appreciate any input. Thanks!!

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