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Rome to Tuscany/Florence to Amalfi Coast?

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My two sisters and I will be traveling to Italy for the first time in September and I am trying to put together a good itinerary. We are late 20's, early 30's and while we don't mind moving around, we want to have a balance of relaxation and sight seeing. Right now, we are planning to arrive in Rome and stay 3 days / 2 nights, leaving the 3rd day for either Florence or Tuscany.

We are more foodies & wine lovers that art buffs so although I had originally planned to take the train from Rome to Florence, I am considering staying in Tuscany for 3-4 nights. Is it crazy to try and do Rome - Tuscany - Florence and then take a train down to the Amalfi Coast to end our trip there for 2-3 days, flying out of Rome?

Thank you in advance for any advice!!

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