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Top five attractions of Italy Since all of the above mentioned towns are in suburban areas, visitors can either take public transportation like busesand trains or can hire autonoleggio services. Investing in rental car makes transportation to and from any of these towns easy. Italy is dotted with number of quaint and small towns that embody the spirit of Italian people. There is no better place than these small towns to visit if one seeks the pastoral touch and elegance of Italian rural culture. Though the country is famous for the Mecca’s of Rome, Florence, Venice and Milan; small towns are worth visiting. Each town offers its own unique tourist attractions- there are family-owned restaurants and several monuments that features history and civilization of ancient Italy. The best way to explore these towns is to hire a rental car. Autonoleggio ( Italian translation of the car rental). Tourists can avail autonoleggio services from any of the airports or car rental agencies within the Italian cities. The best region to start the expedition is Tuscany. It’s spectacular hill town and scenery makes it one of Italy's top vacation destinations. Tuscany's travel attractions include historic cities, ancient architecture, great wine and good food, medieval hill towns, beachesand beautiful country sides. Given below is the list of towns that offer major tourist attraction to visitors: 1. Florence is one of the most important Renaissancearchitectural and art centers in Tuscany. The magnificent Duomo and Baptistery attract number of tourists every year. Thus, one always finds Florence crowded with tourists. It has several interesting art museums with many famous paintings and sculptures. 2. The second most famous town of Tuscany is Siena. It is a classic medieval hill town famous for its large fan-shaped piazza, Piazza del Campo and summer horse-race, known as Il Palio. Siena's tall bell tower, Torre Del Mangia, is also one of the major tourists spot. In Siena there are many cathedral and museums that should be visited. 3. Tourists can ask their Noleggio auto (hired car) to take them to Pisa. Situated in northern Tuscany, the town is famous for its leaning tower of Pisa. Though the town has much more to offer like its medieval centers, beautiful Duomo and Baptistery, parks, statues, the homes of Lord Byron and Shelley and a beautiful picturesque river side but the tower of Pisa remains a dominant figure in the town. 4. Lucca the walled city of Tuscany has one of the best-preserved walls in Italy. Atop the walls are walking and bicycling paths & gardens allowing tourists to walk freely around Lucca's historic centers. Lucca has excellently designed and architecturally built towers from where visitors can get fabulous views of the city. The tourists will enjoy having for food, doing shopping and visiting different restaurants in Lucca. 5. Surrounded by Etruscan walls Crotona is a town that is around 3000 years old. This ancient town retains much of its history through its architecture, layers of history built upon the Etruscan core. Crotona has royal buildings, interesting medieval architecture, beautiful views and a large ex-pat community. Visitors are likely to find lots of English spoken people in there. Since all of the above mentioned towns are in suburban areas, visitors can either take public transportation like busesand trains or can hire autonoleggio services. Investing in rental car makes transportation to and from any of these towns easy.


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