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Short trip to Amalfi Coast?

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I'm going to Italy in July for a friend's wedding. We have 3 days/two nights at the end of the trip between Rome and our departure flight from Naples. The following itinerary is what we're considering -- is it doable? We're traveling mid-week, so we hope to avoid the worst of the tourists. Does anyone have recommendations or suggestions, especially for a private guide? Is this too ambitious for an Italian vacation??

Tuesday:
-- early morning train from Rome to Naples
-- meet private guide in Naples; transfer to Amalfi with stops in Pompeii and Positano

Wednesday:
-- beach day in Amalfi? Day trip to Ravella or elsewhere?

Thursday:
-- morning in Amalfi
-- afternoon ferry to Naples with dinner and overnight there

Friday:
- early morning departure

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