My daughter is studying in Florence this semester and my husband, 2 teenage daughters and I will be going for 11 days the last part of March to visit her, finishing on Easter Sunday. This is MY 3rd trip to Italy. Our plans so far are to start in Rome for 3 days, train to Florence for 4 days, day trips to Venice and Sienna and maybe Cinque Terre if weather permits. That leaves me with the 2nd weekend, Easter. We think we should avoid Rome because of the crowds. I have never seen the southern part of Italy, ie Pompeii, Sorrento, Positano, Amalfi Coast. I am looking for recommendations of how to fill that last weekend. Do we spend the time traveling that far south? Where do we stay? Do we need to rent a car? How much time do we need there? Is there somewhere else you would recommend seeing instead of the south? I don't think we will travel to Capri... Thanks!!
Italy in March and where to go
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