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Tuscany to Amalfi Coast, inbetween should we stop in Rome for 1 day ?

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The plan is to spend 4 nights in Tuscany , 5 nights in Amalfi and then 4 nights in Rome before we fly out of Rome.

Would it make sense to stop for 1 night in Rome after Tuscany, this way we will not be exhausting a whole day just trying to reach Amalfi from Tuscany.

We rather do a 2 or 3 hour trip from Tuscany to Rome, reach Rome in the afternoon have lunch, explore the city, spend a night there, before heading out to Amalfi Coast the next day via train. Please give me your thoughts and suggestions, if this would the right thing to do?

After Amalfi we can then spend 3 nights (instead of 4) in Rome which will be the last leg of our trip and then fly out.

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