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Italy Honeymoon itinerary help

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I'd love a couple opinions of a honeymoon itinerary in Italy! 12 nights (not including travel) probably end of Sept/beginning of Oct for the best weather. We will not be going immediately after our wedding.

Rome - 2 nights
Siena (or in a smaller town/village in Tuscany) - 4 nights
Orvieto - 2 nights (day trips to Civita di Bagnoregio, Lago di Bolsena)
Amalfi Coast (undecided on exact location) - 3 nights
Rome - 1 night before leaving

Is Amalfi too far away to include in this trip? We'd like to have some time by the coast too... is there a better spot?

We'll need a car for part of this trip, but we don't want it the entire time.

Our idea of a perfect honeymoon is to be surrounded by natural beauty, culture, with some adventure, and great food and wine. Definitely some not quite as touristy places would be wonderful too.

We live in Santa Monica, CA and enjoy cities, but don't need to spend our Honeymoon in one. We're also not big museum goers and would much prefer to spend our time wandering cute cities and villages. We also enjoy the beach, but get bored pretty easily. Pretty coastline with cliffs, hikes, are more our style.

Thank you in advance!!

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