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ge0 wrote a review Jan 2021
world citizen26 contributions9 helpful votes
A nearly completely intact little medieval town inside the town walls. During the summer they close the place to cars, in the winter there are so few cars that it isn't a bother (the road runs straight through from gate to gate). It is still real enough to not get smothered by the feel of over-tourism, and to walk around there on a foggy winter night will transport you back 400 years. There is at least one really good restaurant there as well (Convivium).
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Date of experience: January 2021
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Eli B wrote a review Sep 2019
Sydney, Australia3,711 contributions2,943 helpful votes
This is an unusual find. A symmetrical, square-walled village where almost every street is linked by covered overhead passages or bridges. Originally a defensive structure, its now quite cosy with cats snoozing in corners and village ladies pass the time of day..
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Date of experience: May 2019
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TravelOFF wrote a review Feb 2018
Villafranca in Lunigiana, Italy96 contributions47 helpful votes
Filetto is a small medieval hamlet surrounded by walls. Mid August it hosts a wonderful medieval replica with loads of shows and medieval market. Outside the walls is a shaded chestnut wood perfect to relax.
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Date of experience: August 2017
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Wendy119186363 wrote a review Aug 2016
Reading, United Kingdom1,459 contributions408 helpful votes
The town is walking distance form Villa France or vice versa if you want to avoid driving and parking although this is not an issue in ether town unless you visit when the ferragosta is happening (25 August) in Filetto. The town is small but a beautiful place and great to photograph. I would recommend. The bar del Borgo Enoteca is well worth a vist too.
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Date of experience: August 2016
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