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Need a book recommendation for Italy

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Hi There, My wife and I are planning our first trip to Italy next year. We were originally planning for Sept of 2016, but are thinking of moving it up to May!!! I am looking for a good book on Italy that will help to inspire our trip. Interested in learning more about the history and culture, but also in getting some guidance on travel and places to stay. Any suggestions?

Thank you,
Josh

Bonus question: For a first time traveler to Italy, any suggestions on factors we should plan our trip around? (like place to travel into, out of) Will probably be no longer than 12 days.

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