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Northern Italy/Switzerland

We have been to Italy 2 times. We went to all the tourist areas, I.e. Florence, Venice, and Rome, plus Tuscany, and 2nd trip, want to the Amalfi Coast area and then on down to the heel, I.e., Metera, Lecca, Alberrobello.. Now we want to go to the Northern areas, including a few days in Switzerland and back to Tuscany for a week or so. We'd like to stay in some of the walked cities in Tuscany, plus I'd like to see Pisa. So, I need suggestions on wherè to go and what to see, especially in Switzerland. And if we drive down the west coast, are there many cool walled cities to visit besides Pisa? I hope my questions are clear. Thanks.
Barb

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