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What's Genoa Like for a Few days & What about Lucca

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We'll be in Italy in October & still trying to figure out where to base ourselves. We have about 2 weeks after spending a week in Switzerland and before we have an apt rental in Rome at the end of the month. We have been to Italy many times and while thinking we'd like to go to a few new places we're not adverse to going back to loved towns. We enjoy art, history, walking thru towns and villages and generally just exploring and enjoying the culture of Italy. We're thinking of Genoa for maybe 4-5 days and Lucca as a base to drive into the countryside. I did a search and haven't come up much on Genoa but reading about it it sounds interesting. I am hoping to hear some real life experiences there. Your thoughts? thanks

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