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Driving in North/mid region of Itlay ???

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Myself and my husband 2 be are looking to do 3 weeks in Italy next year for our "honeymoon". His family is originally from Abruzzo so i thought it would be nice to check out the country where family originated from as our honeymoon.

we have never rented a car on holiday before so it will be all new to us. The places we are looking to see would be Milan, Verona, Lake Garda, Abruzzo, Tuscany, Florence and maybe Rome.

Now i heard that driving in the cities is not the best option but if anyone can recommend places that we could drive around then that would be great.

We are new to this forum as we are just starting our research now.


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