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  • 1. Castello di Verrazzano

    Tours here take you down to the cellars, through the gardens, and into the woods in search of wild boar....Read More

  • 2. Passeggiata delle Mura

    On nice days, the citizens of Lucca cycle, jog, stroll, or kick a soccer ball in this green, beautiful, and very large circular park. It's...Read More

  • 3. Il Ponte della Maddalena

    Il Ponte della Maddalena is, oddly, also known as the Devil's Bridge. Commissioned in all likelihood by Matilde di Canossa (1046–1115), it was restructured by...Read More

  • 4. Piazza del Popolo

    The town's main square teems with cafés and bars. It's an excellent spot for people-watching; in the evening and on weekends it seems like everyone...Read More

  • 5. Piazza dell'Anfiteatro Romano

    Here's where the ancient Roman amphitheater once stood. Some of the medieval buildings built over the amphitheater retain its original oval shape and brick arches....Read More

  • 6. Piazza Matteotti

    Greve's gently sloping and asymmetrical central piazza is surrounded by an attractive arcade with shops of all kinds. In the center stands a statue of...Read More

  • 7. Porto Azzurro

    The waters of the port at Elba's eastern end are noticeably azzurro (sky-blue). It's worth a stop for a walk and gelato along the rows...Read More

  • 8. Portoferraio

    The lively port town where Victor Hugo (1802–85) spent his boyhood makes a good base for visiting Elba. Head right when you get off the...Read More

  • 9. Rio Marina

    Elba's quietest town is an old-fashioned port on the northeastern edge of the island. Here you'll find a pebble beach, an old mine, a leafy...Read More

  • 10. Tuttomondo

    Street/graffiti artist Keith Haring (1958–90) created this joyous work of art shortly before he died. It's on the southern wall of the church of Sant'Antonio...Read More

  • 11. Vignoni Alto

    A steep gravel road leads north out of Bagno Vignoni for 2 km (1 mile) to the town's upper village, a tiny grouping of buildings...Read More

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