I have a question about traveling Italy I hope to get some feedback on. We are planning a trip to Europe next September 2016 and one of the places that I've always wanted to visit has been The Amalfi Coast and I've spent months reading about it and looking at photos and trying to figure out where to stay what trains to take should we hire a private driver should we do the bus...You get the idea. After all of that time and effort I've put into it I'm starting to second guess visiting there, I'm beginning to think that it may very well need to be on another trip. It just seems to be not worth the time and the hassle to enjoy the way I want to. So let me ask you this.....though I do realize that each person has their own style of travel I'm curious to hear some feedback. Is the Amalfi Coast worth the trip from Rome or would my time be better spent staying in Rome/Tuscany and visiting cities that are easier to travel to like Salzburg & Munich? We will be spending 11 nights in Europe that does not include our travel to and from the U.S. that is 11 full nights. We first thought we'd stay in Rome Florence and Sorrento but I just don't think that's enough time. I've even thought maybe ending the trip in Nice, France would be easier than trying to carry luggage from train to train to get down to Sorrento plus I'd want to stop in Naples too. Thoughts, suggestions?
Thanks I really appreciate your input.