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Italy Honeymoon from Boston

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My fiance and I will be taking our honeymoon in Italy ( July 2012 ) - We'll be in the country for 12 nights. Here's what we're thinking:

Fly into Venice ( 2 nights )
train to Florence ( 4 nights ) 2 in Florence and 2 in either Chianti or Siena?? We would like to stay in a farmhouse or at a vineyard while in Chianti or Siena.

Now here's the question on what to do from Chianti or Siena.

We'd either do Cinque de Terre, portofino etc ( northern italian riviera ) for 4 nights then to Rome for 2 nights and fly out of Rome.

Or go from Chianti / Siena to Rome for 2 nights then to Amalfi / Positano for 4 nights then fly out from somewhere down south.

We're torn between Amalfi and Cinque de terre and which one is a must see? That portion of our trip would be the relaxation period in a higher end hotel.

Always welcome Fodorites feedback!

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