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quieter italy travel

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I need advice for an itinerary that would have us discovering a more slower paced quiet side of Italy.

my first thought (and still a possibility) was to do rome, Florence and on to venice for the "traditional" Italian vacation since we've never been and want to see what it's famous for.

this will also be our first vacation since our honeymoon so we want to just slow down and relax and enjoy the countryside. Our honeymoon consisted of going to a popular Mexican travel location which we left after only 2 days and we spent the rest of our time traveling and exploring the local life. This is what we want for our Italy trip possibly...

any cities that you can recommend that may be lower key?

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