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Italy in December: southern Italy vs. Bologna

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Friend and I have our airline tickets already booked into and out of Rome 1-10 December. Now, what to do??? Originally I wanted to see southern Italy: down to Sicily and work ourselves back up to Rome while visiting the Greek ruins along the way......OR.....head up north to Bologna to see the town and have a gastronomic/culinary adventure (cooking classes).

We've been to Italy before and have seen the north many times, but we are concerned that southern Italy is just not quite worth it in December (should be saved for spring/summer??)
: ) Decisions, decisions.....any advice would be greatly appreciated!

msfaz

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