Italy! The land of “la dolce vita,” gondolas, motorinos, and of course, pizza! Italy is known for its famous capital cities like Venice, Florence, and Rome. Millions flock to its historic attractions and monuments every year to engage with ancient history, notorious squares, and illustrious palaces.
But what happens when we skip the tourist-filled major cities of the north and head in a different direction? What will we find?
There is a different Italy to be discovere...
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