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Hi! My husband and I are travelling to Italy for only 13 days (from June 27). We will first be in Rome for 4/5 days. Then, we would like to see some main cities, like Florence/tuscany and Venice, but also want to see some other cities (hidden secrets). A city that has been recommended to us is Cittadela, Padua. I have La Spezia and Verona and Bologna on my list, but would love some suggestions of the best places to go that not everyone knows about. We love food, authentic culture and pretty things :)

Thanks in advance! Leah

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