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Student cities to enjoy in Italy

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Hello everyone; i will be travelling across Europe next week, and i will stay 10-15 days in Italy.

I am looking for energic cities; that are full of young people like me (college students would be best), have many bars, pubs, cafes, etc. and a nightlife of course.

First destination for me is Milano, than Rome. but i really need your advice on which cities i should be visiting except Milan and Rome? The city can be big or small in terms of population. the only thing i am looking is either the density of young population is high, or number of young people is high (I am assuming if there is young people population in a city, then it is also energic, live, and have lots of bars, pubs, cafes)

To be honest i enjoy small cities much (as long as there are young population out there) because i dont like too crowded places. So please advise me.

Cheers from Brasil.

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