Italy in miniature: the 10 smallest villages to visit

Sep 26, 2018 396

Italy is an extremely diverse country, which has both large cities and huge metropolises, such as Rome and Milan, which are flanked by towns and small villages. Some of these are really tiny. However, they are not ghost cities, but places with their own character and personality, so interesting to visit!

We are talking about places with thirty or even less inhabitants. Obviously a city can be defined as “small” under many points of view: it can be for the extension or for the number of residents. But which are the smallest cities in Italy? Based on what? And above all: which ones deserve a visit?

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