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Because Piazza Navona is awesome! We had the most fun there every evening for 5 days! Besides, sitting on the Spanish Steps was how we met our friends every afternoon! And then, there was the old city of Ceasar and the old city of the cats called Argentine. And the Jewish Quarters were awesome, too.
There is nothing in the world like the Coliseum. I was on a tour bus from London down to Naples, seeing many sites, and passengers were from all over the world. We ALL voted the Coliseum the most fantastic site on the tour.
Surely best city in Italy and in the top 5 of the world.
Naples is the best city I have ever visited
Center of the Renaissance.
It's packed with stuff to see, like San Marco, campinile, ponte de Rialto and lots other like the canals and gondolas
I loved Siena and the thought of the Palio. Loved strolling to the glorious red-brick main square, Il Campo. Did you, as a kid, color with a crayon called "Burnt Sienna [sic]"? Well, that is the color. Once a military power in a class with Florence, Venice, and Genoa, and had a population even bigger than Paris. It was hit by the plague in the 14th century,
The fantastic color - red brick lanes, traffic free, to walk everywhere. Just 30 miles sough of Florence. Red-tiled rooftop. The way it's built - all closed in. Not much to do there, just enjoy, enjoy.
Varano is the BEST place where you can live! Everything is awesome! It's in the heart of Italy and it's standing still
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