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Driving in Italy

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Hi there, I am planning a trip to Italy in Fall of 2016 and will be renting a car for the first week of my trip. I plan to rent a car from Florence (at airport) and will be driving to Cinque Terre for 3 nights (the place I reserved does have parking) and then we are driving to Northern Tuscany, to another place that does have parking as well. Any suggestions for driving? I heard Cinque Terre can be tough to drive around but we plan to park the car at the villa and then will not use it again until we leave for Tuscany. Does anyone know is the GPS (either via the car, or phone) will speak English (yes dumb question!). I'm not worried about the aggressive driving I hear about Italy, but moreso worry about not being able to understand the directions if not in English. *I do plan to take some Italian before I go. Thanks for any tips!

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