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Where to go in Southern Italy in December?

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We are planning a Christmas to New Year's trip to Italy. Northern Italy will be too cool for our taste so we are thinking of starting in Rome (4 days), then going to Naples (maybe 3 days). But where to go next? When I look at the map I have heard of very few southern cities. Given that it's not beach weather does it make sense to head to Sicily or to the Adriatic coast? Or, do we brave the colder temps and head to Florence or Venice? Thoughts? We like wandering -- seeing the sights, checking out museums and parks, walking on the beach.

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