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Driving in Italy

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We are going to Germany, Switzerland and Italy at the end of September. It's our first time going to Europe and we will be traveling with our 3 kids 8-11 years old. We are looking to rent a mini van or suv and drive everywhere but we are getting mixed suggestions from people. Does anyone know how difficult it is to drive in Italy? should we take the trains? We are going to Milan to Florence to Rome then down to naples and Amalfi coast. I have heard its pretty scary to drive to Amalfi coast! So I don't know if it would be easier to drop it off in Naples and take a cab to Amalfi? We also want to see Pompei I would love any suggestions or advice any could give on the subject.

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