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    Venice for sure. over 6 years ago

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    I would say you'll need at least a few days in Rome to see the Forum, Palatine hill, and the Vatican. Florence has an amazing museum as well as a beautiful town. For a little less touristy location I recommend Assisi, home of St. Francis. If you are Christian it is amazing and the town is beautiful on a hill. over 6 years ago

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    Cinque Terra is 5 hillside villages overlooking the mediteranean linked by 1 trail extending about 10 kilometers (can also travel between these villages by train.Fabulous!!!! Also, recommend the Amalfi Coast where you can catch a ferry from Naples to get there...romantic and extremely scenic!
    Tuscanny is also a must. Visit Sienna and San Gemanano (spelling)??

    Hope this help and happy 25th! over 6 years ago

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    Umbria is lovely and less touristy, and like Tuscany will take your breath away. If you go to either, you really need a car to explore as the smaller towns are not easy to reach by train. From Florence it is easy to take bus tours/trips to Siena, Pisa, San Gimigiano(?) A note on Cinque Terre, which is so gorgeous and very romantic. Two of the five towns, Vernazza and Monterosso, suffered severe damage from floods in late Oct., but check out the other three towns. You get to CT by train or ferry, highly recommended. over 6 years ago

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    Check the Cinque Terre towns due to flooding last year - its a beautiful place to visit! We stayed in Manarola. Alo agree on Assisi especially if you are Catholic/Christian. The town had a lot of damage some years ago from an earthquake and got a lot of money to restore it and it's very beautifully and authentically restored now. Venice s still a very romantic place if a little overrun with tourists. Lake Como is also beautiful and romantic and very relaxing. We spent three weeks in Italy in March/April two years ago - just before Easter is much less busy and less expensive although weather is not quite as dependable. We attended Easter Mass at the Vatican which was very memorable also, if that interests you... over 6 years ago

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    Also, we went to Sorrento and saw Pompeii - very interesting to see - we traveled by train and it worked very well over 6 years ago

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    Ravenna and Ferrara are less touristy but equally amazing .... small towns where you rent a bike to explore the centre. Marvellous in spring, may and june. Fine food, but at fair prices (not like florence or venice!), woonderful people and you'll find a lot of things to do both in the town as well as in small villages around. over 6 years ago

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