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Off the beaten path in Italy

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So im a college student planning to go on a 3 to 4 week trip to Italy in the summer of 2015. Im in the base planning stages but I want to know where can I go that I wont be one of a million tourists. Right now im thinking of hitting all basic touristy places and am looking for something more off the tourist trail. I plan on packing light and traveling by train and bus. I don't plan on renting a car but would be willing too for a couple days if it was really worth my while.

Current places I want to hit:

1.Venice
2. Cinque de Terre
3. Rome
4.Florence
5. Naples

So any little lake or mountain towns that you would suggest would be greatly aprecciated

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