If you’ve visited Italy’s top cities or prefer to travel to smaller cities with fewer tourists, consider these less-visited but interesting Italian cities. You can choose from interesting places like Lucca, Matera, Ravenna, Mantova, Parma, Padua, Urbino, Cremona, Lecce or Brescia.
Lucca is in Tuscany and has a historic center completely enclosed by walls that are some of Italy’s best preserved ramparts. The top of the walls has been made into tree-lined pathways so you can walk or ride atop the walls. Lucca has medieval towers, nearly 100 churches, a long shopping street, and an oval-shaped piazza that used to be a Roman amphitheater. Unlike many Tuscan towns, Lucca is flat rather than on a hill.
To explore through these places, it is suggested that you go for a hired car. Due to the growing number of tourists every year, car-rental-italy have come up to facilitate all the tourists to provide them an easy, less pricy option to enjoy the vacation. More over to ensure best travelling facilities, large numbers of car rentals companies are running in Italy which provides reasonable prices.