5 Most Beautiful Small Towns in Italy

Trullo

The trullo is a typical form of rural construction of the Murgia dei Trulli (Murgie trulli) plateau located between the cities of Bari, Brindisi and Taranto in Puglia in southern Italy.

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Neive

Neive is a comune in the province of Cuneo in the Piedmont region of Italy. It is situated in the Langhe.

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Monte Isola

Monte Isola is a northern Italian municipality in the province of Brescia, in Lombardy. The municipality is situated approximately 23 kilometers north-northwest of Brescia, on the island of Monte Isola and borders of Lake Iseo directly to the province of Bergamo. The administrative center of the municipality is located in the district Siviano.

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Glorenza/Glurns

It is located in the Val Venosta in South Tyrol (Italy). A special feature of the city is its completely preserved city walls. These separate the city into a so-called inner and an out of town. Glurns is one of the eight cities in South Tyrol and the only city in Val Venosta.

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Flickr: kartz / Creative Commons

 

Corinaldo

Corinaldo is an Italian commune in the province of Ancona in the Marche. The municipality is situated approximately 37 km west-northwest of Ancona. Corinaldo is immediately adjacent to the province of Pesaro and Urbino. The northern boundary of the municipality is the Cesano, through the southwestern municipality flows the Nevole. Corinaldo in October is the Italian center of Halloween.

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