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Montepulciano or Orvieto 1 night

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I'm trying to decide where to stay overnight before heading back to Rome.

Traveling from Florence and spending day visiting Tuscan towns - considering spending the night in Montepulciano or Orvieto .

My first choice was Montepulciano but seems harder to get back to Rome and longer.
Orvieto is closer so would have shorter trip back to Rome and transportation seems easier from what I've been reading. Montepulciano will be one of my stops to visit whether I stay overnight or not.

I want to stay somewhere with nice view of Tuscan countryside ( I know Orvieto is Umbria- but you get the idea) but don't want it to be a hassle to get back to Rome next day.

Any advice would be much appreciated!

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