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    first time going to italy not sure where to go... i was thinking rome, venice, florence . can anyone recommend?

    I would like to go somewhere where its not full of tourists either... i'm going end of october time
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    Well, Italy is a great option for tourism. There are lots of places where you can go.. It depends on what you like - e.g. seaside or mountains or maybe art or historical places. Rome and Venice are pretty much full of tourists the whole year :3
    I would suggest you Florence - Italian myself
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    Go to Venice.
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    Venice and Rome!! Incredible cities

    You said you don't want somewhere with lots of tourists, why?
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    to stay tourist free visit chianti or the amalfi coast

    this is advice from my italian born boss when i asked him last year
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    Rome is a pleasant place but over crowded with tourism, I wouldn't recommend going anywhere near the metro service alone however
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    Hi, Italy is one of the best places to visit in Southern Europe. I prefer to see Milan and Venice. I guess, you should read this article too that I encountered online : The 10 Best Places to Visit in Italy. I'm sure, you will enjoy looking at the pictures of amazing tourist spots there.
 
 
 
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