I'm planning a 13-day trip through Italy (plus two days for travel on each end of the trip). We are flying into Rome and then would like to see Positano on Amalfi Coast, followed by San Gimignano in Tuscany and finally, Florence. Our flight will leave from Florence. I'm having trouble deciding how to divide up our time - each region looks more appealing than the last! - and would appreciate any advice. We would like to see the big tourist-y spots, but don't want to spend the entire trip museum hopping. We're most excited about the food (planning to take a cooking class) and beautiful scenery. What are your recommendations for how long to stay where?
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