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What is your favorite small town to stay in between Venice and Rome?

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We are staying in Haarlem for four days to see the tulips, Venice for five days, and three days in a small town somewhere between Venice and Rome, ending our trip with five days in Rome to visit a friend. I'm not sure whether we will drive or take the train.

We have often spent a couple of days in Orvieto or Assisi, but I'm trying to think of another small town for this trip.

What are your favorite places anywhere more or less between Venice and Rome? We haven't stayed in Cortona or Montepulciano....hmm...

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