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Driving from Rome to Sorrento, or better to Amalfi?

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As we were told that city driving in Italy is nutty, we thought of training from Rome to Naples to Sorrento and renting a car in Sorrento for the rest of our stay in Italy, but we save $400 on auto rental by picking up at Termini in Rome and driving to Sorrento/Amalfi for a three-night stay (and then north from there to Umbria/Tuscany). From some reading, it seems the drive to Sorrento may be more hairpinny difficult than driving directly to Amalfi. We've yet to secure our lodging in that area, so are free to choose. It's a Sunday. We're told 3 hours drive from Termini Station in Rome to Sorrento. Will it be difficult getting out of Rome? Advice please!

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