Small Towns in Italy

You know how much Jo Anne & I love the small towns of Italy. Especially mountain towns. These are untouched by tourism. The locals have seldom seen a tourist. We love to stroll the streets, stop at the bar for a coffee and conversation. We will have lunch if the town has an interesting restaurant. Italy’s charm lies in her different sides. The resorts, the sea, the mountains and the larger more famous cities. What ever you like, you will find it in Italy.

I am re-Blogging this Blog about 15 small cities. It is worth a read.

To see these great treasures, you will need to rent a car and drive! Driving in Italy is very easy. The Autostrade (highways)are great but you have to get off the beaten track and take small roads to visit these small wonderful towns. Your driving will be rewarded by finding a great small town.



Categories: Bars, Beaches, Driving in Italy, Europe, Food, General Travel, Italy, Mountain Towns, Small Towns, Traveling without a tour | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

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2 thoughts on “Small Towns in Italy

  1. I actually prefer the small towns of Italy. I find I am happier in these places living the local life and away from the big crowded cities.

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