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Apricale, Apricale
(4.5/5 based on 260+ reviews on the web)
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  • We decided to visit this village after reading on the internet and I must say it was worth it. The village has a beautiful panoramic position and get lost in its narrow streets and alleys is picturesque. Bella piazza. But the funniest thing was watching the Christmas tree transport and positioning by inhabitants of the country. With a final applause to success. Things that are seen only in small communities like these. Recommend a visit to this village.
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  • I must say that at the beginning I was skeptical in wanting to visit this village and in fact I put it as a last resort after more famous names and titrated as Triora or Dolcacqua. Rather to my surprise it turned out to be the old village far nicer, lively, well maintained and clean of all of them. The village is perched and all uphill. A myriad of carruggi, one more beautiful and unlike other, connect all parts of the country like an anthill. People here mostly young people are friendly and jovial and offer visitors many services. Absolutely unmissable village
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  • An amazing list of the most beautiful village in Italy. Would be abandoned if not for tourists, but so far the keeps. Paintings on the walls of houses, variegated cat, nice restaurants. People a little, it is best to leave the car at the bottom of the bridge across the Gorge and pass the whole village up on foot.
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