The Cinque Terre
It is a rugged portion of coast on the Italian Riviera. It is in the Liguria region of Italy, to the west of the city of La Spezia, between Punta Mesco and Punta di Montenero, and it comprises five villages: Monterosso al Mare, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola, and Riomaggiore (from west to east). Thanks to the geographical and anthropogenic charateristics of the territory, the Cinque Terre are one of the major tourist attractions of Liguria. This area is famous for its rugged and rough context, and for its agricultural terraces. The five villages are located in the point where the sea and the land meet, following the natural curve of the hills.
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Forte dei Marmi
It is a sea town on the Tirreno Sea and it takes its name from the fortress that rises in the middle of the main square, built under Grand Duke Peter Leopold. The fortress was built to defend the coast, and the marble of the Apuane Alps that was stocked there before being sent to the pier for shipping. Forte dei Marmi is a very social town in Versilia with lots of restaurants and clubs and many national and international members of the upper society go there during the summer.
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The town is located at the eastern end of Piana di Lucca and it is the most important center in Valdinievole. It is famous for its thermal spa centres (the most important in Italy!) that are an essential economic resource for the area. Montecatini is also an enchanting city with beautiful parks and an evocative hamlet, it’s a mix of sport, nature, elegance and fashion.
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The hills of Chianti are a sweet chain of hills among Firenze, Siena and Arezzo and they mark the east border of this famous land, with Valdarno and Valdichiana. The highest point is Monte San Michele in Greve in Chianti. The rest of this area is mainly hilly and the DOCG red wine Chianti is produced here.
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