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Visiting Italian Hill towns

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My wife and I (ages 76 and 72) want to spend several days seeing the hill towns around Perugia/Cortona/Gubbio/Assisi, etc. We will have been in Bologna and would like to use one of the towns as a base and day trip by train or bus to see the others.

Which town would you suggest using as a base considering bus/train possibilities to the others?

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