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Where to go after Sicily?

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DH and I are considering a trip to Sicily next spring. We think that 10 days will be sufficient, as we are not ones who normally tour museums and churches. We want to spend another 10 days exploring other parts of Italy, where we have never been, such as Calabria and Puglia.

I know that many Fodorites have written about those areas, but I would like your help in transportation. We will have flown from the U.S. to Rome, and then to Sicily (airport TBD). We will rent a car. Should we return the car in Sicily, and get another one on the mainland? Or keep the same car? What are options for (1) getting from Sicily to mainland - with and without a car? and (2) returning to Rome from the southern mainland (assuming we return the car in the south)? Thanks!

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