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Florence, Greve, Sienna, Rome, Sorrento, Bari

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Tell me if this is possible. I am planning a trip to Italy this summer is this possible to do all of this in 11 days. Fly into Florence, stay in Florence, leave florence visit Greve on to Sienna. Leave Sienna to Rome, leave rome to sorrento visit area and capri and then travel down to Bari to visit family. After Bari, travel back to florence for flight back to US. Is this possible in 12 days? I dont drink wine but I thought it would be neat to see and visit a Chianti town, would it be worth it for non wine drinkers? How many days would be necessary in each place? I am taking my niece who has never been to Europe so I know she would like to see as much as possible. Especially, the city and markets of Florence, in Rome the Collessium, Vatican, etc.. In Sorrento I would just like to visit the area and see Capri.
I lived in Florence and have traveled to Italy many times, when I stayed for 1 week I would only be there visiting my family. Trips that we decided to travel alot we stayed 3-4 weeks. Im just wondering if 12 days is enough time to see all of these things?
Thank you!

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