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Italy in June/July

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We are planning a trip to Italy (Florence, Rome, Amalfi Coast) in June 2016. We are looking to leave on June 3rd, 10th or 17th and will be staying for about 20 days. I have heard it is not ideal to visit in July, as I hear it gets very hot and crowded, so we were initially looking at early June. However, if we left on June 17th we could get an extra travel day with the July 4th holiday. This is a once in a lifetime trip for our family so ideally would love as much time in Italy as possible. What do you think is the better option?

A) Leaving as early in June as possible
B) Leaving late June and staying through July but gaining an extra day of travel

Thank you!!!

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