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How to travel from Split Croatia to Florence Italy?

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We are a group of six planning a trip to Croatia and Italy this July. We are interrested in driving from Split, Croatia to Florence, Italy. We like the freedom that driving offers, but I've noticed that it may be hard and/or expensive to rent a vehicle in Croatia and return it in Italy. In other posts I've noticed people recommending to travel by bus, train, or boat to Italy and then rent a car for the remaining travel.
Any suggestions about what mode of travel or route we shoud travel to Florence? I noticed that ferries run from Split to Ancona and also from Split to Venice overnight(Jadrolinija ferries). These may be the quickest ways, although they seem rather expensive considering the large group of us. Also I'm afraid we'll miss out on a lot of roadside attractions. Any ideas or recommendations would be appreciated.

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