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10 Best Small towns in Italy

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One travel reviews suggest 10 best small towns you can visit in Italy with small budget so if you planning for a honeymoon , family vacations , couples you can choose any of these towns.
LuccaLucca, Tuscany, has a fully enclosed wall of the historic center being some of the best preserved walls in Italy. The top of the walls was done in the wooded paths so you can walk or bike over the walls. Lucca medieval towers, about 100 churches, a long shopping street and a square, oval, which was a Roman coliseum. Unlike many cities of Tuscany, Lucca is flat rather than along a pitcher's mound.
MateraMatera is a unique city and one of my preferred spots in southern Italy. It is a little off the beaten track, but well worth the effort it takes to start out thither. The Sassi cave and turn off into the rock walls of a large house churches ravine. Although houses and churches have mostly been given up, some have been repaired in the cave hotels and centuries old churches can be seen. Sassy The e…