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    In florence you should Eat at the golden view close to ponte vecchio then walk up to michelangelo square. Its a easy and good walk after an amazing dinner! During the night the veiw from the square is truly romantic. about 6 years ago

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    In Rome, we hired an apartment for 4 days in May (springtime). It was located extremely close to the Spanish Steps (practically at the end of the street!). When we awoke and got ready to sightsee at about 7.30-8am, and headed to the Spanish steps first. There were no tourists, only the odd local and a group of nuns (anyone who knows the steps understand that they become extremely crowded during the day, almost no room to move!) There was something magical about being there while the tourists are still eating their breakfast. We basically had the whole place to yourself. It is dark (due to shadows from the neighbouring buildings) so when you walk right up to the top you are hit with sunlight and a view of Rome, including people hanging out their washing on their terraces. i thought it was very romantic. Sometimes its worth getting up early to beat the tourists because the sights you see can be some of the best memories. about 6 years ago

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    Everything in Florence is romantic! :) about 6 years ago

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    Taking in the most incredible renaissance history at the Uffuzi, viewing the city from atop Brunelleschi's dome and then sitting on the Ponte Vecchio in Florence as the sun sets - listening to the street performers and watching people stroll by. Florence is overwhelmingly beautiful and has a rich history to get absorbed in too. Perfect. about 6 years ago

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    Also, you can buy a bottle of wine at the market or shop and sit in the street to enjoy it - we found a great spot on the church steps in the main square - better then any restaurant about 6 years ago

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    Venice, hands down. Explore the streets and alleys to you hearts content. Piazza San Marco and the "Battle of the Orchestras" while drinking local wine. Dinner outside at 11 PM. Best city to visit when you have a short time frame!!!!! about 6 years ago

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