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Help with itinerary for 9 day April honeymoon in Italy

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Hi everyone! I am planning a 9 day honeymoon to Italy in April and have been completely overwhelmed by where to go and what to see. There is just so much to see and do. We are pretty active and looking for 60/40 split with touring/relaxation. The main places on our list were Tuscany/Florence and the Amalfi Coast. I am struggling a bit with Rome because it seems like one of those places that we should check off the list since we'll be so close, but doesn't sound like the most romantic place. I do, however, think that we would doing a Vatican tour and seeing the Colosseum.

How would you suggest making the most of a 9 day honeymoon in April in terms of a suggested itinerary with those places in mind? Again, we definitely want to see some major sights but we also want to relax, wander around the piazzas, sit at outdoor cafes and have wine and great food, etc. Oh, other details: I have been to Italy before but as a child, so for the most part, I would consider us first timers. Also, the 9 days include travel from the USA

Thank you!

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