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Traveling within Italy

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My fiance and I will be going to Italy for our honeymoon for about 2 weeks. We plan to make our way from Florence/Tuscany area down to the Amalfi Coast. What is the best way to get around Italy with these locations? Some have suggested that the Amalfi Coast is best approached by CAR (taxi), because of the way it is set up. Any suggestions are welcome.

Also, it's possible that we are not able to find a flight leaving from the Amalfi/Rome area (if we fly IN to the Florence area). Therefore, if anybody has any suggestions regarding getting back up North those are appreciated as well.

Looking to travel in a cost effective manner, so that is part of the consideration.

Thank you so much for your time and help!

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