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Travel stops from Paris to Naples

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I'm traveling by train with a girlfriend from Paris to Naples over the course of two weeks in September (probably renting a car to get from Florence to Sorrento or so). We want to go through the alps rather than just straight south from Paris. Tentative schedule is fly into Paris- take trains to Saverne-Lucerne-Como-Venice-Florence (pick up a car in Florence)-Spello-Orvieto-Sorrento (return car) -Capri-Napoli to fly out. Any recommendations that I've missed in between? Or any hotels/ restaurants that we simply must have (I'm a restauranteur from San Francisco)? I plan to book hotels; do we need to book reservations for trains as well? Thanks for your advice!

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