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Greetings and Salutations,

I'm trying to help my family out on a trip in a couple of months. They have the lodging set, but friends have told them that driving is difficult, and they should either train, but or hire a guide to me either makes no sense logistically or is very costly unnecessarily.

What are your thoughts about driving in Italy including warnings about the ZTL areas?

Also are there any special must see places you would visit or dine in these destinations?

Orvieto
Chianti
Sienna
SanGimignano
Assisi
Perugia
Rome
Home

Thank you for any suggestions and thoughts on destinations/transportation/dining

Lookng_Glass

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