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Naples, Amalfi coast and Puglia - suggestions please.

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Naples, Amalfi coast and Puglia.

We have a two week window (14 nights) and are planning on visiting Naples, a bit of the Amalfi coast, and then Puglia. Starting out from, and returning to, Venice.

I was thinking train from Venice to Naples on April 25th
Three nights in Naples,
Train to Salerno
Two nights in Salerno, visit maybe Positano by ferry
So then there are nine nights left for Puglia, or maybe eight nights for Puglia, and a night somewhere between Puglia and Venice.
Arrive back in Venice on May 9th. We are locked in to starting and finishing in Venice. Train connections from Bari to Venice via Bologna are OK, and we could spend a night in Ancona or Rimini.
So, train from Salerno to somewhere in Puglia, spend say three nights.
Train or bus to somewhere else in Puglia, spend two nights.
Train or bus to Bari, spend three nights.
Leave Bari, head to Venice, with an overnight stop en route.

We would prefer not to hire a car, and would like a combination of smaller towns, a bit of history and a bit of coastal/seaside.

Open to suggestions, and we don’t know a whole lot about southern Italy.

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