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Suggested stops: Drive: Florence to Siena & Drive: Rome to Orvieto

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We will be visiting Italy in May. Our Base towns will be Florence, Sorrento and Rome. From Florence we plan to visit Siena. Can someone recommend stops along the way(wineries, farma\s, restautants, cafe's, sight). We will return to Florence for the evening. This will be a day trip.

From Rome, we plan to drive to Orvieto. Can someone recommend stops along the way(wineries, farma, restautants, cafe's, sights). We will return to Rome for the evening. This will be a day trip. Should we drive or take the train to Orvieto from Rome? Are there places around Orvieto worth driving through and seeing that would require a car?

I have 6 books on Italy travels, but there is so much information I am getting confused and wanting to do more that I probably should plan for.

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