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Amalfi coast suggestions?

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A group of friends will be traveling in southern Italy next fall and I am trying to get started on the planning. We are thinking of taking the train from Rome to Naples and renting cars there to drive to the Amalfi coast. (We need the cars because we will be driving later to Basilicata and Puglia...) So a couple of questions: Is it going to be a huge headache to have cars in that area? We would like to do trips to Pompeii, etc so seems we should have wheels. Would it be better to rent the cars in Rome and drive down so as to avoid the chaos of Naples? And finally should we headquarter in Amalfi or Positano to have best location andmost interesting surroundings? Thanks!

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