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. - San Sepolcro's Church - Giardino Scotto - Lungarno - Gondola's square - Medicean Aqueduct - Pisa's Wall - The Church of San Zeno - Santa Caterine Square - Nero's Baths - Miracles' square - Leaning Tower - Cathedral - Baptistery - Botanical garden - Pizza dei Cavalieri - San Nicola's Church - Ponte di Mezzo - Church of Santa Maria della Spina - Church of San Paolo in Ripa d'Arno - Keith Haring's Mural You can try the famous chickpea soup with the so-called sciocco (unsalted) bread and the famous local olive oil!...
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From the Pantheon to the Fontana dei Quattro Fiumi (the Fountain of the Four Rivers) at Piazza Navona, up to the Fontana di Trevi, Piazza di Spagna and the water-spitting lions at the Piazza del Popolo, there is an abundance of fresh cold water for the thirsty tourists and travellers in the capital of a country where most of the time wine is more affordable than bottled water....
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Mark’s Basilica, Bridge of Sighs, Piazza San Marco, Doge’s palace, Venetian islands tour-Murano, Burano & Torcello • Florence: Florence Cathedral & Baptistery, Santa Croce, Piazza della Signoria, Uffizi gallery, Leonardo da Vinci museum, Giotto’s Campanile, Porcellino, Mercato di San Lorenzo • Pisa: Leaning tower of Pisa and Campo dei Miracoli, Pisa Cathedral & Baptistery, Piazza dei Miracoli, Ponte di Mezzo, Santa Maria della Spina • Rome: Colosseum, Roman forum & Palatine hill, Pantheon, Trevi fountain, Piazza Navona, Spanish steps, Vatican museums (Sistine Chapel), St....
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Among the many delis and cafes you'll be visiting, a few stops will be made along the way at Pizzarium, that according to Parla sells the world's best pizza by the slice, La Tradizione, that stocks nearly 400 varieties of cheese and Gelateria dei Gracchi, where the nocciola, or hazelnut gelato is an absolute must-have....
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Must Do: Take a stroll along the oldest and longest road of Rome, via Appia Antica; Visit Quartiere Coppedè, a hidden fairy-tale neighbourhood; Visit Trajan’s Market and the ruins located on Via dei Fori Imperiali; Visit Mercato Monti, one of Rome's trendiest markets and visit the deconstructed church at Caracalla....
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Into the birthplace of renaissance ~ Florence
There are sculptures in the streets every where you look, specially the ones in Piazza Signoria namey Hercules and Nero, the rape of the Sabine woman, statue of Benveneto Cellini, the rape of Polyxena, statue of the greek hero Menelaus in Loggia dei Lanzi and last but not the least "Fontana di neptune" a work of Ammannati reflects the pattern of renaissance art....