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Choosing cruise excursion activities on Italy stops with kids

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We are taking our 3 sons (12, 16, 18) on a Mediterranean cruise this summer and are struggling with choosing what to see in our limited time at 2 stops - Naples and Florence.

For the Naples stop, our choices are Pompeii, Capri, Sorrento, Positano, Amalfi or some combination of the above. They all want to see Pompeii so I need to decide what to combine with it.

For the Florence stop our choices are the city of Florence, or touring the coastal areas such as Cinque Terre and Portovenere or Portofino, Rapallo and Santa Margherita. I think we are leaning towards viewing the stunning coast vs spending the day in the city, even though I know Florence is beautiful.

Shopping is not important to us. Scenery, history, food, etc are.

Thanks for any advice.

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