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Amalfi to Tuscany stopover

Waikato
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Amalfi to Tuscany stopover

We are driving from Amalfi to San Gimignano in early November. We wish to stop enroute overnight (will have already done Rome) - thinking Tivoli? Any other suggestions for pleasant overnight stay?

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1. Re: Amalfi to Tuscany stopover

We did the same thing and stopped in Orvieto. Very enjoyable town, with lots to see.

San Clemente...
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2. Re: Amalfi to Tuscany stopover

I agree. Orvieto is an excellent stopover and so easy to get to with the car from the autostrada.

It has one of the most bautiful basilicas in Italy,Etruscan caves and the restaurants with the truffle recipes are delicious.

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3. Re: Amalfi to Tuscany stopover

Thanks for that.

Can you recommend a mid priced Hotel or B&B in Orvieto?

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4. Re: Amalfi to Tuscany stopover

Have a look at the Orvieto forum, but Palzzao del Cardinale B&B gets excellent reviews for a good price.

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5. Re: Amalfi to Tuscany stopover

Thanks Ricardo.

I have made a booking enquiry so fingers crossed.

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