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Italian Riveria vs. French Riveria

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We are going to be in the area In mid October travelling from Rome to Paris and would like to stop at one of these areas. I have been to Florence before and LOVED it. I would like to visit a town/towns inbetween ROme and Paris that are smaller, walkable, relaxing, but still have a lot to do/restaurants etc. We will be travelling by train but are willing to rent a car for a few days. Looking to spend about 4 days in one of the Riveria areas.

A few suggestions I have received are Monaco, Nice, Sorrento, Portofino. Thoughts on any of these towns or others please! Thanks for your help.

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