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Naples and Salerno

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My wife and I are interested in going to Italy primarily to see the Amalfi Coast and Capri. I have been to Rome. Florence, Venice and Cinque Terre. We will probably go for 8-9 nights this summer. (Not worried about the heat since I live in Florida). Here is my question: Is it worthwhile to spend a night or two in Naples and/or a night of two in Salerno, or is my time better spent in the towns of the Amalfi Coast. Alternatively, we may spend a night or two in Rome and cut out either Naples or Salerno. I don't know how many nights are recommended for staying in Capri and the Amalfi Coast towns. Your suggestions are welcomed.

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