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Nice to Rome in two weeks

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Nice to Rome in two weeks

Looking for recommendations for a two-week trip from Nice to Rome at the end of June.

Flying in to Nice.

Flying out of Rome.


We've thought about Nice > Venice > Florence > Rome – but that seems like it might be really crowded and a lot of travel.

Alternatively: Nice > Venice > Amalfi via Naples > Rome – but again, seems like a lot of travel.

Wondering if anyone could recommend a simpler, overland trip from Nice to Rome via Genoa. In other words, a coastal route that may be a bit less tourist packed.

Any recommendations or itineraries much appreciated.


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1. Re: Nice to Rome in two weeks

One way car rental into another country carries a high surcharge.

Fly Nice to Venice www.easyjet.com rent a car and enjoy Italy


Car rental www.auto-europe.com ww.auto-europe.co.uk

Route planner www.viamichelin.com

Non EU citizens require an International driving permit for Italy

Be aware of traffic and ZTL areas roninrome.com/transportation/driving-italy

Accommodation www.venere.com www.bed-and-breakfast.com

Edited: 01 May 2013, 01:04
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2. Re: Nice to Rome in two weeks

There are also flights from Nice to Rome and Naples.

3. Re: Nice to Rome in two weeks

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