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Coastal Italian town with 4 year old? Or, an agritourismo experience?

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Hi, I am in Florence, Italy with my husband and 4 year old daughter for 5 weeks. We'd like to spend a couple of days at the coast, or perhaps in the country for a change of pace. Our daughter is very well behaved and loves most everything! We don't have a car, so we'll need to rely on public transportation to get anywhere.

Any thoughts? I'm thinking about 4 days (flexible) in September.

Accommodations budget is $150/night or so. Does not need to be fancy, but clean and in a good location would be great!


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