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3 Days in northern Italy

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Hello!!

Me and my wife are honeymooning in Italy between 30th of july to 15th of August. We have 3 days in the end of the trip (9-12 aug) that we have no idea where we want to go.

the itinerary so far:

florence
chianti
versilia
portofin
XXXXX <------- this is where we have no idea.
lago di como

So, we would just have been at cinque terre and having the possibility to visit beaches etc etc. Therefore we would like a nice place in-country not too far from lago di como and not tooo much of a sidetrip from the birds way from portofino to como.

Any suggestions?

We prefer:
nice buildings
not tooo crowded
excellent food/wine from local restaurants (nothing TOO fancy though).

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