My hubby and I were considering of staying in Cinque Terre but after reading how packed it gets during summer season (we are going at the end of August), we are having second thoughts.
Can anyone else recommend other areas which would be good place to stay that are not as touristy but yet are full of charm, quaint, and have great food ?
We are flying in an out of Milan so trying to stay close enough and not venture too far South. I've heard Amalfi coast is amazing, but its too far south...
We only have a few days there because we are doing other locations (Tuscany and Switzerland)
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