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Rome, Napoli, Amalfi VS Rome, Firenze, Cinque Terre

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Hi there,

My girlfriend and I are planning our 9-day trip to Italy this June, and we'd love some advice.

We are having trouble deciding between these itineraries (traveling by train):

Rome -> Firenze -> Cinque Terre (3 days, 2 days, 4 days)

Rome -> Napoli/Pompei -> Amalfi Coast (3 days, 2 days, 4 days)

We'd love to visit Rome, so it's our starting point. An alternative that we're considering is Venice, Firenze, Cinque Terre. But then we'd miss Rome! On the other hand, we could get some beach time in Venice, I guess (Lido that is).

We're not huge hiking fans, but it'd be fun to try.
We'd love some relaxing or beach time as opposed to sightseeing and moving around all the time. A little bit of both would be optimal. Being very busy is not the goal; rather it is experience combined with relaxation.

I know I'm not providing a lot of information, and that it is a very subjective matter. But any advice or information would be wonderful, nonetheless.

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