Tuscany, Italy

Tuscany has an immense cultural and artistic heritage, expressed in the region’s numerous churches, palaces, art galleries, museums, villages and piazzas. Much of these artifacts are found in the main cities, such as Florence and Siena but also in smaller villages scattered around the region, such as San Gimignano.

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Rome, Italy

No other city is quite like Rome.  It has everything, History, Art, Ruins, Vatican city and wonderful restaurants.  Residents run around the artifacts with cars and motor scooters like they were nothing but traffic obstacles.  When you toss a coin into the Trevi Fountain and you will always go back, we have done it several times and we keep going back.

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Naples, Italy

Naples, Napoli in Italian, is the third most-populated city in Italy and the biggest city in Southern Italy.  Naples is a lively and vibrant city, full of wonderful historical and artistic treasures and narrow, winding streets with lots of  small shops.

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Lucca, Italy

Lucca is a  beautiful little Tuscan town protected by massively thick 16th-century walls, featuring some of Italy’s finest medieval and Renaissance architecture, superb dining, antique markets, music festivals, easy access to stunning nearby villas in the surrounding hills and with endless beaches less than half an hour away. Lucca is one of Tuscany’s best-kept secrets.

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Genoa, Italy

Genoa is Italy’s principal seaport and is located on the northwest coast of Italy in the region of Liguria, not far from the French border. Genoa was made famous as the birthplace of Christopher Columbus.

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Florence, Italy

Florence lies on the River Arno and is known for its history and its importance in the middle ages and in the renaissance, especially for its art  and architecture. A center of  medieval  European trade and finance and one of the richest and wealthiest cities of the time. Florence is often considered the birthplace of the Italian Renaissance;

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Elba Island

The island of Elba is the largest remaining stretch of land from the ancient tract that once connected the Italian peninsula to Corsica.

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