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for trip in Dec/Jan - Rome then go South or North?

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Yes, it's me again, planning ahead - way ahead.

As part of a 2 week trip, we will be staying in Rome for a week next December with our two kids. One of whom is very interested in archeology, both Roman and Greek. So here's the quandary ---- We are planning on renting an apartment in Rome for a week but then we are not sure if we should go up to Florence/Siena/Tuscany or whether we should go South to Paestum/Amalfi.

My husband and I have been to Italy for a few trips and my kids saw Parma a few years ago. I really am undecided - Florence would be amazing to show the kids, but the south would be interesting too.

opinions??

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