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Pedestrian-friendly towns in Italy

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I'm looking for suggestion on pedestrian-friendly towns in Italy, preferably in Tuscany that are accessible via train (I will not have a car). I'm planning on 4-5 nights in early June, and enjoy visiting museums, gardens, parks, shops, cafes, etc.

I visited Florence last year for 5 nights and loved it and also did a day trip to Lucca and really enjoyed that walled town. I have thought about going to Lucca on this trip but am not sure there is enough there to keep me occupied for 4-5 nights.

Any suggestions? Grazie!

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