These five seaside towns—the UNESCO World Heritage "Cinque Terre"—took a beating during the 2011 mudslides. But the Italian spirit is alive and well along this charming 10-mile stretch of coastline—the villages have rebounded, the walking path connecting them has been restored, and the hunt for the best spaghetti alle vongole enjoyed al fresco is back on.
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From sleepy Sicilian seaside escapes to postcard-perfect Tuscan hamlets, we’ve rounded up the 10 most beautiful small towns in Italy. Added bonus: most of them are within day-tripping distance of a major city.
Filled with antique shops, almost 100 churches, and trattorias serving hearty Tuscan fare, the walled Tuscan city is missing one thing: the crush of tourists that can overwhelm some of its neighbors, which makes it not just a lovely place to visit, but a welcome respite as well.