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2-week trip to Italy. City/town recommendations?

FrancoS88 | Apr 1, 201905:35 PM     10

My wife and I will be visiting Italy in July. Right now, we are considering visiting Rome (we will be landing in Rome and only spending one full day there), the Amalfi Coast (Positano, Sorrento, and maybe Capri), Naples, Balogna, and Tuscany/Florence.

The only reservation we have so far is Osteria Francescana so Modena is a must. I'm hoping that this will be a day trip from Balogna but dinner is going to run until at least 11pm and I'm not sure how late the trains run.

I'm debating Naples. I really want to try Pizzeria da Attilio (and maybe a couple other pizza pizzerias) but I've heard a lot of bad things about the city.

Any other cities/towns that we should check out to find some great food and wine?

Osteria Francescana
Pizzeria Da Attilio
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