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Challenged by Middle of Italy Itinerary - Need Help

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After visiting the Cinque Terre and Florence we were planning to take the train to Perugia, stay a few days and then pick up a car to travel to a beautiful wine producing agriturismo known as Tenuta Testarossa north of Sulmona in Abruzzo - where we will stay and adventure from for 4 days .

We then have to figure out where to spend the next 6-7 days in Abruzzo/Molise and maybe Umbria before travelling on to Rome from wherever we decide to drop off the car.

First thoughts are to travel south from Sulmona to a base in Molise for 3 nights near to Isernia or Campobasso and then drive north west to a village / agrituismo as a base in Umbria for 3+ days.

The only place in Umbria we have previously visited is Orvieto.

We see Orvieto as a good place to drop the car given proximity on the main line to Rome and because we are familar with the layout of the town, hire car offices and train station.

Any thoughts about this itinerary and how ro fill it would be greatly appreciated.

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