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5 Italian Towns That Are Locals Best-Kept Secrets

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5 Italian Towns That Are Locals Best-Kept Secrets

1. Procida 5.0 

Procida is a small island which is situated in the bay of Naples. People usually ignore it because of Capri which is the neighbor of this place. Though Capri is beautiful but Procida actually overpowers it in terms of beauty. The streets are quite vibrant and narrow you will build a friendly acquaintance with the people there.  In the popular Italian film Il Postino The Postman, this island was chosen for shooting. You could take a ferry ride from Nepalis to reach this place.
 

2. Civita di Bagnoregio 5.0 

His town is a beautiful one and it has the calmest and quiet atmosphere in the whole of Italy. It is quite a traditional place as residents over there are quite old who are basically the natives and you could see them practicing the particular village culture. For the people who want to get there photo shoot done then, this is the best place, you should actually choose. Even the local restaurants at this place are worth trying.
 

3. San Fruttuoso 5.0 

San Fruttuosa is a tiny beach town which is just remarkable.  You should definitely visit this place as the walk at this beach will leave you spellbound. From a monastery to a pirates den you can feel and see everything at this place. This place has nothing much to discover but for the once who want to experience quality time with their loves ones then this place is your go. From the famous town of Italy, you can get a boat to this place.
 

4. Brisighella 5.0 

It is a quiet village in Emilia-Romagna which provides a perfect view from all the angles. As you walk around Brisighella, you will observe a castle perched on one hilltop, a beautiful church on another and the iconic clock tower on yet another.  They are pretty amazing to look. If you actually want to survive in this place you need to be familiar with the Italian language as people over here don’t know English in a proper manner.
 

5. Alberobello 5.0 

Alberobello is a small town in Puglia which is known for its white, cone-roofed houses called Trulli.  The Trulli of Alberobello is famous all over Italy.  The Trulli District is counted as one of the 53 UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Italy.  From the Bari Centrale, you can take a train ride to this town and explore the beauty of it.
Thus to conclude these are the five hidden jewels in Italy which are a must visit.
 

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