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Tuscany or Rome?

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I need little advice...
My husband and I are planning a trip to Italy in late August/early September. I'm really excited but I just can't choose where to go. I'd really like to experience the true Italian lifestyle, cuisine and renaissance art (which I feel we'd get in Tuscany/Florence) but I'd also love to see Rome and experience a large Italian metro, maybe even see the pope. We'll definitely take a trip to Pisa if we go to Florence. We'll take a trip to Naples and even to Pompeii if we go to Rome. The trip will be for 9 full days (travel time separate). Which destinations, in your opinion, will be best? I understand that a lot is personal preference but I'd like to hear your point of view and thoughts. :)

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