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Train/Car in Tuscany

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Hello! My finance and I are traveling to Italy for a month on our honeymoon. We are flying into Milan and staying in the Lake District for four nights. Next we plan to head to Tuscany to stay for a week. We want to stay in a central location, a small town, Florence or Sienna and then take day trips to the surrounding areas. We are debating where to stay and how to get around. Neither one of us can drive a manual car, so the price of renting an automatic is somewhat spendy (we are medical students!), however, I have heard that public transportation in this region can be limiting. We are looking for a fairly affordable, romantic bed and breakfast that is located within walking distance of a town center.

Thank you so much for your help!!

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