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10 Under The Radar Places To Visit In Italy

No wonder why Italy gets so much tourist every year. Being an exquisite destination that is considered to be the dream destination for travelers, Italy will always surprise you with something unique every time you visit. To let you explore and know about under the radar places in Italy, we have some beautiful places that are a must-visit. If you are planning a vacation to Itay, your trip just got better.


Check out the top 10 under-the-radar places to visit in Italy now and thank us later.

1. Bologna, Emilia-Romagna

Under The Radar Places To Visit In Italy - Bologna, Emilia-Romagna
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If you are someone who really loves watching the sunrise or sunsets, this is just the perfect spot for you. Bologna in Emilia Romagna is one divine destination to witness a perfect picturesque sunrise and sunsets. Head over to this spot and see the city glowing.

2. Santa Margherita

Santa Margherita?
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Just like the 50's postcard, this place is exactly the same. With pastel buildings, colorful streets, crystal clear sky and framed by geraniums and bougainvillea, Santa Margherita will let you fall in love with its charm.

3. Varenna, Lake Como

Under The Radar Places To Visit In Italy- Varenna, Lake Como
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Bellagio is one common name that comes up when talked about Como. Your visit to Varenna will let you forget about Bellagio and has to offer so much more. This neighboring town is a winsome and unpretentious beauty where you get to explore the old fisherman's houses and scenic views worth capturing.

4. Brera, Milan

Brera, Milan
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A so-called sophisticated place that is simply quintessential for a coffee date. Milan has been one famous travel destination and receives millions of tourists every year. Brera, the neighboring city is now much more famous. Head over at any alfresco spots and have a great time with a spectacular view.

5. San Gimignano, Tuscany

San Gimignano, Tuscany
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San Gimignano is a place perfect for afternoon sightseeing. This hilltop town will serve you right with its beautiful scenic views, delectable food, and exotic drinks in the town. Also, it is also a popular name when it comes to serving up the best gelato.

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6. Via Krupp, Capri

Via Krupp, Capri
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Via Krupp in Capri receives so many tourists every year making it a must-visit destination when in Italy. Head up straight to the Augustus Gardens and get a chance to witness the picturesque and enchanting Capri altogether.

7. Spiaggia delle Due Sorelle, Sirolo

Spiaggia delle Due Sorelle, Sirolo
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Spiaggia delle Due Sorelle has been known by many just because of its lavish beaches. Years of being overlooked in favor of the Cinque Terre and Amalfi Coast made sure to leave the so-called under the radar place untouched and unspoiled. Plan a picnic at this destination and have the best time to make memories.

8. UNESCO Ravenna, Emilia Romagna

UNESCO Ravenna, Emilia Romagna
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If you wish to explore something different and also rejuvenate yourself, Ravenna is the place to be. UNESCO Ravenna in Emilia Romagna is hardly 'under the radar' but a visit to this place will be worth it. You can explore the historical city till evening and then set yourself for an enchanting classical music festival with Italian vibes.

9. Locorotondo, Puglia

 Locorotondo, Puglia?
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Try saying the word in one go, 'Locorontondo' and let the tongue roll. Not a famous destination or a discovered town rather a bonny Apulian village that is a must-visit place when in Italy. With not much crowd, the peaceful ambiance and the calm vibes are something that makes it so irresistible.

10. Rinella Bay, Salina, Aeolian Islands

Under The Radar Places To Visit In Italy - Rinella Bay, Salina, Aeolian Islands?
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Volcanic sands, aquamarine Mediterranean waters and colorful pastel seafront villages, what else can one ask for? Set for a backdrop of the verdant hillsides and conical volcanoes, and let the beauty of the bay of Rinella surprise you in its own unique way.

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