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    Venice
    Rome
    Milan
    Cinqueterre
    Sicily
    Sardinia over 7 years ago

    Answered by Sam Richards via Site_iconTravellr.com
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    A lot depends on what you want to see, assuming you would like to do a mix of historical sites, places to not miss and scenic areas I’d recommend the following:
    Up North
    Venice – well a unique place
    Verona – Romeo and Juliette’s balcony to be visited
    Como – in and around Lake Como is really pretty – it’s not from here up over the Border to Switzerland. Over towards Monaco is also really pretty.
    Milan – a city but worth a couple of days
    Pisa – leaning tower
    Florence – one of the best cities in Italy with so much art and history
    Rome – so much to see in Rome – been here a couple of times and always find new things to do.
    South
    Amalfi Coast - amazing coastline – my favourite part of Italy
    Naples - I could take or leave this city
    Capri – definitely worth a visit
    Pompei – interesting place to visit
    Sicily is really pretty – make sure to leave the cities. Mount Etna is on the island to visit.
    I spent some time on the east coast as well as well as the west and don’t remember too much about them. Memories are from the West. over 7 years ago

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    On my trip to the north, my very favorites were Cinque Terre, Florence & Venice. over 7 years ago

    Answered by Janet E. Dore Janet E. Dore via Site_iconTravellr.com

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