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Confused! Is this possible? Rome,Florence,Tuscany and Amalfi Coast~11 days?

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My husband and I are trying hard to book our trip for the first 11 days of October. I am having the hardest time picking out an itinerary.
On our list of places we would like to see are Rome, Florence, tuscany hillside or Umbria and the Amalfi Coast. If only time wasn't an issue. lol

We were thinking either Rome 5 nights- Capri 3 and Positano 3 back to airport hotel fly out.
A more relaxed itinerary for sure.

Or We could do Florence, Tuscany, either capri or Positano and back to Rome.

Do you think this is too much to take in the real feel for the people and the culture?

Positano's beauty looks so incredible, but I have had many tell me that " you haven't seen the real Italy unless you head to the countryside?

thoughts please!

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