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Trip Report Trip Report - Pisa, Florence & Siena (in 4 days as a Couple)

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This is a trip report of our visit to Pisa, 3 days in Florence and 1 day in Siena in late Sept / Early Oct. We are a couple in our mid-twenties. I have been to Rome but nowhere else in Italy. My favorite part of Rome was Trastavere and Florence + Siena reminded me of that same chill feeling. Florence has a great vibe, great food and just the right amount of museum-visiting for us. I think our itinerary was perfect and right off the bat we were experiencing what I love about Italy so much, il dolce far niente (the sweetness of doing nothing).

Hope you enjoy this and find it helpful.

Pisa
http://www.untitledtrip.com/blog/an-afternoon-in-pisa-just-to-get-some-pizza-for-a-young-couple/

Florence
http://www.untitledtrip.com/blog/3-days-in-florence-for-a-young-couple/

Siena
http://www.untitledtrip.com/blog/1-day-in-siena-for-a-young-couple/

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