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Italy Honeymoon in September

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My fiance and I are planning our honeymoon in Italy, but are a little confused about which direction (literally) we should go. We were planning on 10-12 days, leaving around September 15. We haven't booked anything yet, so I'm very open to suggestions. We have 3 areas that we are considering; but, don't know which to choose.

He really wants to see Rome. I would love to see Florence and relax in the Tuscany countryside; but, then I also want to see Capri/Almafi Coast for the beach and beautiful scenery. I don't think we can realistically plan to see all three of these regions; but, we can't decide which two to choose from. I figure we will probably do Rome; but, what direction should we head from there, north or south?

As far as interests, we both want to do sightseeing; but, also want to have some time to relax and just enjoy the scenery, whether it be vineyards or a beach. We are both foodies, so we want to make sure we are going to regions/cities with great food. Also, I've been to Italy (Tuscany, Verona, Venice); but he has not.

What's best for a honeymoon, what's most romantic? (I'm not interested in Venice, have already been there and would rather see other parts of Italy.) Is it still beach weather in mid to late September? How many days would you suggest spending in any of these areas?


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