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Where to return car near Florence?

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We are picking up a car in Orvieto (no reservations yet) and using it to see Tuscany for 5 days. We are staying at at Frances Lodge near Siena. We would like to return the car before we get to Florence, so we don't have to drive into Florence with the car. Does anyone have a recommendation? I haven't started looking into car rentals yet and don't know if we could, say, drop off near San Gimigiano and then take a train into Florence. Or if there is a spot outside of Florence we could drop off the car....We'll travel from Florence to the Cinque Terre by train, and then by train to fly out of Genoa.

Thanks for any advice,

Leslie Quintero

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