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First time to Italy this coming March. Rome/Florence or Rome/Amalfi?

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Hi, we are a family of three (with one child who will be 9) planning our first-ever trip to Italy in mid-March. We will have 7 days and would like to split them between 2 destinations.

Rome is a must and we are thinking about 4 days there, then 3 elsewhere. It's the elsewhere that is up for debate. We are trying to decide between Florence or the Amalfi area with a visit to Pompeii.

Which would you choose as first-timers? We are using miles and can fly easily in and out of Rome and Florence/Pisa. I also thought about Puglia, but since we will only have a few days, the logistics seem a bit difficult (i.e. having to catch a flight or drive back to Rome and then fly home).

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