My wife has asked for a month in Italy for her 50th birthday. Luckily for me she wants to take our daughter and me along. She has been reading guide books on Italy for the past two months and has come up with her wishlist itinerary. It sounds fantastic in the guidebooks and what we can plan from another continent. My concern is things can be very different once you are in Italy and that some of our locations will be hard to put together, i.e. connect from one to the next. Another concern is we are trying to do too much. Travel can be exhausting and with so many destinations I'm wondering if we wont be getting as much out of Italy and our holiday as an Itinerary with longer stays and fewer stops. All travel within Italy will be by train. Any input appreciated. Here it is.
Fly to Rome Three nights in Rome, three nights in Naples, four nights in Amalfi, three nights in Florence, two nights in Venice, two nights in Garda, two nights in Milan, three nights in Como, three nights at Lake Maggiore, three nights outside Cinque Terra, two nights in Rome. Fly home.
Thanks in advance.