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Driving holiday around Italy

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My wife and I are looking to go on a driving holiday in early May, our plan is to spend two weeks starting at Naples, driving north as far as Portofino via coastal roads and returning to Naples via country roads to return the hire car.

We have a rough idea where we would like to go, however due to unforeseen circumstances cannot book any hotel or B&B rooms so will essentially just have to drive and arrive.

My question is, is this likely to be a pain in the backside or are we likely to find it fairly easy to find somewhere to stay.

We would like to spend three or four days (maybe more) around Florence and three or four days around Sorrento also allowing a couple of days just driving inbetween and enjoying the scenery.

Many thanks for any advice

John and Jacqui

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