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Italy Guided Tour Companies

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We're planning an Italy trip next May. Although we're not usually fond of group tours, we'd like one in Italy because we want to cover a lot of ground easily (from as far north as Venice to as far south as Amalfi). We don't want to bother with trains, public buses or rented cars. Plus, we want the benefit of all the local guides since we love the history and art of Italy.

I'm looking for recommendations on which companies provide small groups, knowledgable guides, and a fair amount of free time and meals on our own. If you can share your experiences, I would really appreciate it.

Thanks!

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