Europe Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

View all Europe activity »
  1. 1 A night's stop between Sarlat and Amboise.
  2. 2 If you had to choose one......
  3. 3 Dolomites to Switzerland or Austria? Can't decide!
  4. 4 Driving in Italy?
  5. 5 Trip Report The mouse munches her way through far off lands: The Christams Edition
  6. 6 BARDENAS REALES, Unesco site and national park in Navarra
  7. 7 Croatia trip Planning
  8. 8 House Hunting in France
  9. 9 Need help with itinerary! Switzerland, France, Italy, Slovenia, Croatia
  10. 10 So much to do, so little time!
  11. 11 An hour and ten min enough for connection?
  12. 12 Prague, Rome or Amsterdam
  13. 13 English Countryside
  14. 14 Swiss Alps in the Spring-Some Questions
  15. 15 Portugal and Spain Itinerary Suggestions
  16. 16 Can No Longer o a Road Trip in Europe - what's a better train trip?
  17. 17 Trip Report No Reservations...our laidback Paris Christmas
  18. 18 No Train On Kings Day Amsterdam?
  19. 19 8 to 9 days in switzerland with swiss pass
  20. 20 8 Days in Rome in March 2017 - planning thread
  21. 21 Itinerary Help - One week between Sicily and Rome
  22. 22 Trip Report Eastern France - A TR in Pictures
  23. 23 Austria / Bavaria in late Oct/Early Nov
  24. 24 First-ish Trip To UK Itinerary Suggestions?
  25. 25 Trip Report Notes on Venice, Bassano del Grappa, Garda, Cremona & Milan (Sept 2016)
View next 25 » Back to the top

Drive from Chianti Florence to Positano

Jump to last reply

Hi all,

We are planning a trip in May and have a very long travel day to get from Chianti Florence all the way to Positano. I was wondering if anyone had two or three good rest stops that were along the way. Ideally split evenly between the two with one on the Florence side of Rome and the other on the other Positano side of Rome.
I have heard of Herculaneum as a possibility, however, I have no clue to the Florence side?
We are traveling with 4 adults and are pretty open to everything except the typical Church/indoor museum type stop as we would like to get some fresh air and stretch our legs.
I am looking forward to hearing all of you wonderful ideas!

Wendy

19 Replies |Back to top

Sign in to comment.

Advertisement