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Road Trip in Tuscany - advice please

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Hi,

My mum and dad are flying into Pisa airport at the end of September, and are then hoping to spend 10 days traveling around by car.

The flight lands around 9pm, so they have chosen to stay in Pisa on the first night. From then, they don't know where to start really!

Some ideas of places they would like to see are Lucca, Cinque Terra, Florence, and then further down the south coast heading towards Grosseto / Orbetello?

Would people advise they choose a couple of "bases", spending 4/5 nights at each and doing day trips? Or moving to new places every couple of nights?

They will then be returning to England from Pisa airport, so will need to end up here again!

Any advice will be appreciated :-)

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