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Where Would Spend 1 Night Between Matera & Rome?

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Early October, we will be ending our Italian vacation. We will have spent 5 nights in Rome then driven to Puglia and Basilicata. After 2 nights in Matera, we have 2 nights available before our departure from Rome about noon. We want to spend the last night in Rome before our flight.

Therefore, we have one night that I need to book. Ideally, we would like to stay on the Amalfi Coast. We have not been to that area of Italy. However, I am unsure of taking a car there and how practical one night would be having driven from Matera. No need to make the end of our trip a huge hassle! We haven't been to any of this area including Naples.

Could someone give us some suggestions for such a short stay, understanding that the area is worthy of much more time?

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