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Whirlwind Italy in 16 days

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I won a trip to Rome for 4 hence having to fly in and out of Rome and free accommodation in Rome for 16 days. I haven't been to Italy in over 20 years now I am married with teenagers I really want them to see Venice and Florence. I have always wanted to see Amalfi coast area. We may never be able to get back as it's rather expensive so squeezing in a fair bit. So my idea was:
Rome 4 night
Venice 2 nights
Florence 3 nights
Sorrento 4 nights (side trips to Pompeii, Positano, Capri)
Rome last night

We have the hotel in Rome for the full 16 days but we have booked hotels at the other cities.
Thank you
We are leaning towards getting a rail pass versus driving although we like the idea of the freedom with a car it sounds like a hassle with all the no drive zones etc and no real need while in the city

I would love to hear any suggestions as it's not too late for me to change things a bit

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