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8 Italian gems – here, you don't have turistkaos
"8 Italian gems – here, you don't have turistkaos"

"if you Dream about a trip to Italy in the summer? Then you should not miss this list of eight wonderful port cities that all have one thing in common – they lack the tourists."

"It is not surprising that Italy is high up on many people's wishlist when it's time to book your holiday. Beautiful beaches, wonderful nature and good food are things that are high up on many people's wishlist when it's time to book your holiday. But the most well-known resorts like Portofino and the Cinque Terra have not only wonderful scenery and food – they also have lots of tourists."

"If you want to avoid having to jostle with other tourists and looking for something more quaint, you should not miss this list by the magazine Conde Nast Traveler compiled. Perhaps you will find next year's holiday destination among these hidden gems."

"It is just a short ferry ride away from the much more well-known Cinque Terre in Liguria, but this small medieval town which has a few thousand inhabitants is significantly less well-known among tourists."

"Porto Venere, together with the islands of Tino, Palmaria, Tinetto and the Cinque Terre is a natural park that is a Unesco world heritage site – is only an argument for that book next trip to this little town."

"in Addition to that it is on the world heritage list, the town boasts several ruins, old churches, a castle and, of course, on a magical view out over the turquoise sea."

"the port city of Piombino was formerly a naval base, but is today mostly used for transport and as a marina. According to a rumor to Napoleon Bonaparte have given away the picturesque town of gift to her sister, who should have called it ”Little Paris”, something that is not difficult to understand for those who have been there. The city is filled with beautiful architecture, statues, museums and other cultural attractions. "

"For those who like hiking and want to get a magic view over the harbour and all the way to the island of Elba, it is recommended that the magazine, Conde Nast, a turn up for the cliff to Piazza Bovio. "

"This gorgeous Tuscan port town is an ideal destination for those who like history and historical buildings, or for those who want to really enjoy lovely meals out during your vacation. The city is located just a few minutes from the LArgentario and a quick ferry ride to Giglio island and offers both old fort of which the two observation tower. The city is also known for having the most fresh fish and seafood and lots of good restaurants."

"For those of you who want to spend some time with Italians, so is the Ponza is a good option. The city is located only two hours from Rome is not so well known among foreign tourists but attracts contrast, many of Rome's inhabitants who want to get away and enjoy this beautiful little port town."

"Along the harbor you will find lots of Cafes, restaurants, shops and bakeries. For the was offers Ponza in the beautiful caves where you can take a swim and in addition, the city has one of Italy's most enchanting beaches – the reno the bay of Chiaia di Luna. "

"For you who are looking for white sandy beaches and cliffs is the port city of Tropea is a good choice for the holiday. The city was built up as a commercial port during the Roman empire and offer visitors beautiful architecture, cosy little bistros and lots of classic gelaterias, where you can cool off with an ice cream. The city is quite well-frequented by Italian tourists but not as well-known among foreign vacationers."

"want to see the sunset over the Italian riviera with a glass of prosecco in hand? Then you should book your holiday in Camogli. The small, colorful port town is a lot of rich italienares favorite at the holidays but it does not prevent you from testing on lyxlivet in the city."

"the City is close to the more well-known Portofino but unlike the Portofino's narrow and crowded tourist thoroughfare and you can enjoy open piazzas. For those who like to be active there are lovely nature trails that take you up to breathtaking vantage points."

"Ok, the San Remo is well maybe not an unknown gem, but nevertheless, it is not as minibuses as the nearby town of Portofino. For those of you who want a little more space on the beach, the city is a good option. The city offers a beautiful seaside promenade and cosy hotel. In Italy, the city has the nickname “La Cittá dei Fiori” – the City of flowers."

"Between Rome and Naples you will find the small pearl of Gaeta. The city is located on a headland with a lookout over Gaeta bay and is primarily a fishing port. Just like many other Italian port cities, we find this pastel-colored houses on the cliffs, narrow lanes, churches and even an old castle. But the primary tourist attraction in the city is not a building but the Montagna Spaccata - a mountain that is said to have been at the center of an earthquake."

"For those who want to swim during the holidays, there are a couple of beaches in the area."

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