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  1. Novafeltria

    Novafeltria is in Emilia-Romagna, in Rimini province. It is part of the Montefeltro area.

  2. Rimini

    Rimini is a resort town in Emilia-Romagna, on Italy's east coast.

  3. Pennabilli

    Pennabilli is in Emilia-Romagna, in Rimini province. It is part of the Montefeltro area.

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  4. Cesenatico
  5. Urbino

    The Duke of Urbino built one of the largest palaces in medieval Italy. Today, from the park above Urbino, one can really visualize a fairytale like Cinderella.

  6. Cervia

    Cervia is a resort town in Emilia-Romagna, on Italy's east coast. It is a city by summer and a town by winter, due to numerous amounts of tourists arriving in the busy summer.

  7. Pesaro and Urbino (province)
  8. Pesaro
  9. Ravenna

  10. Fano (Italy)
  11. Gubbio

    Gubbio is a lovely small walled medieval city in Umbria in central Italy. It is located to the northeast of Perugia on the slopes of Monte Ingino.

  12. Faenza

    Faenza is a comune in Emilia-Romagna. The word faience, meaning fine tin-glazed pottery, derives from the city's name.

  13. Arezzo

    Arezzo is a city in Tuscany, Italy that was an important Etruscan town.

  14. Stia
  15. Bagnara di Romagna

  16. Castiglion Fiorentino

    Castiglion Fiorentino is a town in the Italian province of Arezzo. It lies at the centre of a triangle formed by important cities such as Florence, Siena and Perugia.

  17. Cortona

    Cortona is a town in the Province of Arezzo, Tuscany. It was one of the twelve cities of the Etruscan League.

  18. Marche

    [(or the Marches) is a central region of Italy] on the east coast composed of rolling hills and fertile plains at the base of the Apennine mountains. It is bordered by Adriatic Sea in the east, [[Umbria, Tuscany and Lazio in the west, Emilia-Romagna and San Marino to the north, Abruzzo to the south.

  19. Corciano
  20. Perugia

    Perugia is a city in the Italian region of Umbria. It has an important university that attracts many foreign students, is a major center of medieval art, has a stunningly beautiful central area and is home of the Umbria Jazz Festival.

  21. Lake Trasimeno

    Lake Trasimeno (ital. Lago Trasimeno) is in the northwest corner of Umbria in Italy.

  22. Assisi

    Assisi is a small medieval town of about 25,000 people perched on a hill in Umbria, the heart of Italy. Famous as the birthplace of St.

  23. Torgiano

    Torgiano is a town in Umbria, 10 km southeast of Perugia. It is mainly famous as the headquarters of the wine producer, Lungarotti and for its wine museum, which should not be missed by anyone interested in wine.

  24. Montemarciano

    Montemarciano (and Marina di Montemarciano) is a city in the Chianti region of Italy.

  25. Foiano della Chiana
  26. Monte San Savino

    Monte San Savino is a town in the Italian province of Arezzo. It lies at the centre of a triangle formed by important cities such as Florence, Siena and Perugia.

  27. Deruta

    Deruta is a town in the centre of the region of Umbria in central Italy. It is mainly known as a center for the production of ceramics.

  28. Cingoli

    Cingoli is a city in Marche. The town is almost entirely surrounded by the old walls.

  29. Rufina

    Rufina is a city east if Florence in the Florence province, despite it's location on the opposite side of the city, it's often considered to be part of the Chianti region which lies to the west.

  30. Lucignano
  31. Montevarchi
  32. Bevagna

    Bevagna is a slightly unusual town for Umbria in that it is not a hill town but flat, lying in the plain of the Topino river. It has several interesting things to see.

  33. Chiusi

    Chiusi is a city in the Val di Chiana region of Tuscany, Italy. It was one of the twelve cities of the Etruscan League.

  34. Marsciano
  35. Mugello
  36. Montepulciano

    Montepulciano is a city in Tuscany famous for its wines, especially the classic red wine Vino Nobile di Montepulciano.

  37. Valiano
  38. Montefalco

    Montefalco is a hill town in southern Umbria in Italy, south of Assisi and north of Spoleto. It is well-known as a wine producing center.

  39. Chianciano Terme

    Chianciano Terme is a city in Tuscany known for its therapeutic springs that have been healing Romans since ancient times.

  40. Ancona

    Ancona is the capital of the Italian region called the Marches. It is an important port city on the coast of the Adriatic Sea.

  41. Pienza
  42. Fiesole
  43. Lecchi in Chianti
  44. Radda
  45. Greve

    This guide covers the Italian city, for the Copenhagen suburb of the same name see: Copenhagen/Vestegnen.

  46. Macerata (province)
  47. San Casciano dei Bagni

    San Casciano is a city in Tuscany and is a municipality in the province of Siena, whose birth and development are undoubtedly linked to the presence of the hot springs (there are 42 springs). Both the Etruscans and the Romans have subsequently appreciated and frequented these places.

  48. Florence

    Florence (Italian: Firenze) is the capital of the region of Tuscany in Italy, with a population of about 366,500. The city is a cultural, artistic and architectural gem.

  49. Ferrara

    Ferrara is a city in Italy. Together with the nearby delta of the Po river, Ferrara has been inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List.

  50. Bagno Vignoni

    Bagno Vignoni, is a village located in the commune of San Quirico d'Orcia, 45km to the south of the city of Siena (Tuscany). Whilst the buildings in this small centre date from the medieval period, the first settlement in the area was during the time of the Etruscans and ancient Romans, as attested by numerous archaeological finds.

  51. Val d'Orcia
  52. Bologna

    Bologna is a historical city, with around 380,000 inhabitants. Although it is well known by Italians, it is less so among foreign visitors.

  53. Radicofani

    Radicofani is a city in the Val d'Orcia region of Tuscany, Italy.

  54. Castiglione d'Orcia

    Castiglione d’Orcia is a municipality in the Val d'Orcia region of Siena in Tuscany, Italy.

  55. Castellina
  56. Buonconvento

    Buonconvento is a small town in the Crete senese in the province of Siena, Tuscany.

  57. Bagni San Filippo

    Bagni San Filippo is a village within the municipality of Castiglione d'Orcia in the Val d'Orcia region of Tuscany.

  58. Calenzano
  59. Orvieto

    Orvieto is a city in Umbria. Designed to be impregnable, it was founded by the Etruscans on the top of a steep hill made of tufa, a volcanic ash stone.

  60. Scandicci

    Scandicci (It pron: [skanˈdittʃi]) is a commune (municipality) of about 50,000 inhabitants in the Province of Florence in the Tuscany region of Italy.

  61. Siena

    Siena is a Medieval city in Tuscany, some 70 km (43 mi) south of Florence. It is probably best known for a colourful horse race, Il Palio, conducted twice each year in the summer.

  62. San Casciano in Val di Pesa
  63. Montalcino

    Montalcino is a quiet hill top village in Tuscany, Italy. It is known above all for its exquisite wine, Brunello.

  64. Chioggia

    Chioggia is in the Province of Venice in the Veneto region of Italy.

  65. Tavarnelle Val di Pesa

    Tavarnelle Val di Pesa is a city in Chianti, in the heart of Tuscany. The Chianti territory is famous all over the world for its picturesque landscapes and the produce from its land, such as the excellent red wines.

  66. Monteriggioni

    Monteriggioni is a commune in the Province of Siena in the Italian region Tuscany. It borders on the communes of Casole d'Elsa, Castellina in Chianti, Castelnuovo Berardenga, Colle di Val d'Elsa, Poggibonsi, Siena and Sovicille.

  67. Prato

    Prato is a city of 186,710 inhabitants in Tuscany, immediately to the west of Florence, and also the capital of the Province of Prato since 1992. The city is famous in Italy and beyond for textile production and for the famous biscotto di Prato (biscuit with almonds better known as "cantuccio").

  68. Civita di Bagnoregio

    Civita di Bagnoregio (pronounced Banyoregio) is a small Italian hill town in the province of Viterbo, region of Lazio, in central Italy.

  69. Terni

    Terni is in the Umbria region of Italy. It is mainly an industrial town and as a result was heavily bombed by the Allies during the Second World War.

  70. Arcidosso
  71. Colle di Val d'Elsa
  72. Lido

    If you are staying in Venice and wish to avoid the more touristy and expensive areas, along with the accompanying noise, Lido is an under-appreciated gem. Trendier and more residential than traditional Venice, it still offers small canals, a variety of dining and impressive views of the city from across the Lagoon.

  73. San Gimignano

    San Gimignano is a pretty medieval walled city in Tuscany, Italy, famous for its historic centre with beautiful towers (inscribed on UNESCO World Heritage List) and great art. It is small enough to be effectively visited as a day trip from nearby cities like Siena and Florence, but it has a different atmosphere at night that many travelers find it worthwhile to experience.

  74. Pistoia

    Pistoia is in the Tuscany region of Italy with a population of about 100k that gives it a city feel, but it is tightly constructed and easy to get around and through by foot, however the city is rarely visited by tourists. The strategic location of the city makes it easy to visit all of Tuscany.

  75. Tuscany
  76. Radicondoli
  77. Saturnia

    The Terme di Saturnia are a group of hot springs in the municipality of Manciano, a few kilometres from the village of Saturnia, in the Maremma area of south Tuscany. The springs that feed the baths, which are found in the southeastern valley, cover a vast territory that stretches from Mount Amiata and the hills of the Fiora dell'Albegna to the Maremma Grosseto at Roselle (Roselle Terme) and Talamone (Terme dell'Osa).

  78. Monsummano

    Monsummano is a city in Tuscany and is set in the central-eastern Valdinievole and is bound to the north from the hills of Montalbano, south of the Padule Fucecchio - an important wildlife reserve where you can enjoy birdwatching - in the west are the plains of Lucca, and in the east, semi-hilly areas of the municipality of Larciano.

  79. Rovinj
  80. Emilia-Romagna
  81. Montecatini Terme
  82. Pula
  83. Volterra

    Volterra is a beautiful walled city in Tuscany, Italy built on the top of a hill. The town is bulit over one of the Twelve Cities of the ancient Etruscan civilisation and has some of the original gates from that era still standing along with a dedicated museum packed with Etruscan and Roman relics.

  84. Fažana
  85. Lucca

    [Lucques Duomo San Martino Lucca.jpg|thumb|The Duomo (San Martino)]