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Cote d'azur or amalfi coast in mid-March?

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I have a 9 day vacation this coming March 14 to the 23rd. I have been to Paris and Rome, Florence and Venice. I would like to visit either the cote d'azur or the amalfi coast since i havent been to either or them. I know, it is not the ideal time and it could be rainy and still cold but this is the only time i have. I will be traveling with my husband and we wont be renting a car. If we go to the Riviera, we will be based in Nice because of easy tranportation connections and if we decide the Amalfi coast, we will be based in Sorrento for same reason. Please advice which is better, esp, weather wise? thanks.

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