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    Well obviously Venice and it's worth travellng inland to visit Verona and maybe take in an opera at its amphitheatre. Further south you have the Lidi di Jesolo, a popular beach destination area though I'm not too sure of the water quality in the sea. I've only stayed in Rimini which had a bit of a party scene. Not far inland is the tiny enclave of San Marino, I think it has tax free shopping & a nice castle. about 7 years ago

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    Venice is indeed gorgeous. Here are my tips to avoid the touristy stuff: http://traveleater.wordpress.com/category/europe/2011/07/09/turkey/2011/04/07/rome-field-notes/2011/06/17/non-tourist-venice/#entry about 7 years ago

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    Try to stay a few days in a trullo in Alberobello. Explore the old centers of nearby Ostuni and Locorotondo, with their narrow whitewashed streets. See the White Room in the massive Grotte di Castellana caverns. Puglia is a beautiful region with wonderful fresh cuisine. about 7 years ago

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    What about Friuli Venezia Giulia region? Trieste, Duino castle, Grado, Aquileia, Gorizia, Udine, Cividale del Friuli, Valvasone, Pordenone, Sacile...just to mention some! It is not a well known region but with a lot of history and so much to see! about 7 years ago

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