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Our road trip to Northern Italy included Milan, Orta San Giulio, Bergamo, the Motor Valley, Lucca, Cinque Terre and Sovana. This photo links to all of the articles from our trip so that you can travel Italy in our footsteps.

Our road trip to Northern Italy included Milan, Orta San Giulio, Bergamo, the Motor Valley, Lucca, Cinque Terre and Sovana. This photo links to all of the articles from our trip so that you can travel Italy in our footsteps.

Cinque Terre ~ Italy // In need of a detox? 20% off using our discount code 'Pin20' at www.ThinTea.com.au

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Coastal Italy without the crowds? That's amore! Adventure travel columnist Josh Roberts shows you how to get a leg up on the other tourists.

Coastal Italy without the crowds? That's amore! Adventure travel columnist Josh Roberts shows you how to get a leg up on the other tourists.

Our road trip to Northern Italy included Milan, Orta San Giulio, Bergamo, the Motor Valley, Lucca, Cinque Terre and Sovana. This photo links to all of the articles from our trip so that you can travel Italy in our footsteps.

Our road trip to Northern Italy included Milan, Orta San Giulio, Bergamo, the Motor Valley, Lucca, Cinque Terre and Sovana. This photo links to all of the articles from our trip so that you can travel Italy in our footsteps.

Cinque Terre, Liguria, Italy

Cinque Terre, Liguria, Italy

A quiet street in Venice. As much as I love the big sights of Italy - the famous churches the galleries the Grand Canal and the Leaning Tower - I've really fallen for the country for its daily life: the winding back streets the family-run trattorias the dark espresso bars the ringing of church bells in the distance the feeling of my feet on the cobblestones. Italy just feels like home to me more than almost any other European country.  I've been to Italy three times in the past six months…

A quiet street in Venice. As much as I love the big sights of Italy - the famous churches the galleries the Grand Canal and the Leaning Tower - I've really fallen for the country for its daily life: the winding back streets the family-run trattorias the dark espresso bars the ringing of church bells in the distance the feeling of my feet on the cobblestones. Italy just feels like home to me more than almost any other European country. I've been to Italy three times in the past six months…

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