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Northwest Tuscany

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We are looking for a small town or village to stay in between Pisa and Cinque Terre for two nights in May. We will have a car for this portion of the trip and the plan is to drive from wherever we spend the night in Chianti (Greve?), stop in Pisa for a few hours and then drive on to our destination for the night. The next day we will take a day trip to Cinque Terre and return before heading to Florence the following day.

Viareggio looks too big and Forte dei Marmi looks too expensive. I considered Lucca but it doesn't appear that we can drive into town and park where we stay, plus it's a little far from Cinque Terre. We would consider any small town, farm, B&B etc. More interested in relaxing and character for this part of the trip. Closer to Cinque Terre is preferred to shorten the round trip drive time.

Thanks

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