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Traveling to Sardinia & Corsica this winter. I was advised by a local wine distributor who just returned that "Sardinia is NOT safe-... lots of crime". Further he suggested not leaving lodging after dark. We have traveled extensively in Italy and while cautious have never encounterd this type of a warning. Has anyone experienced crime related porblems traveling through Sardinia or Corsica? Would also apprecite any travel suggestion, car vs train, lodging & food!
Joe

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