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Tuscany and the Amalfi Coast

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We are planning a trip to Tuscany in the Fall and would like to spend a week in the Tuscany Region and a week on the Amalfi Coast. We will have three couples and would like to rent villas, if possible. Having never been to Italy before, what region of Tuscany would you recommend that would be centrally located to allow us to visit wineries, do some sightseeing and have good restaurants. Also, can anyone recommend where to stay on the Coast and is a week in each area sufficient for a first visit.

Thank you.

Karen

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