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Venice is a truely unique city, built in a lagoon with canals instead of roads and a labyrinth of alleyways to explore. The great Venetian Republic made the city rich and prosperous allowing its residents to build a dazzling array of churches and palaces which stand to this day as museums, hotels and private houses.
Naples is the third largest city in Italy overlooked by mount Vesuvius on the bay of Naples south of Rome. It's an edgy city with many narrow alleyways surrounding the historic UNESCO World Heritage centre. The city is the home of pizza and you are never far away from a restaurant selling slices.