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Italy- wing it or make reservations?

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I posted before about Sicily vs Puglia for where to spend the bulk of my honeymoon and since we haven't been to Southern Italy, we want to go everywhere of course, though I realize staying in one or two spots would be a more rich and relaxing experience. However, we won't know where we LOVE and want to stay for a week or so until we are there, so if we reserve hotels and cars and all that right now, then we won't have the option to move on if we don't love a place or to stop and stay if we pass through someplace we love!
Is it a bad idea to just go...with no reservations and wing it?

We will have about 3 weeks total in Italy, from June 18-July 10

Also, any recs on towns and hotels etc, will be soo welcome! We want a local, not too touristy experience where we can be exposed to local culture and speak some Italian.
Good wine and food!

Thanks!!

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