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Versilia

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Versilia is a region in the province of Lucca in Tuscany, Italy. Situated on the coast of the Tyrrhenian Sea, it is popular among both Italians and foreigners as a beach destination. The most famous town in Versilia is Viareggio.

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The first step is to get to a major city in Tuscany, for instance Florence, Pisa or Lucca. From these cities it is easy to continue to Versilia by train, bus or car.

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Go to the beach.

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On the coast, seafood is obviously the greatest treat. As you go further inlands there will be less fish and more chestnuts. The high-quality local olive oil is an important ingredient in Versilian cuisine.

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Tuscany is world-famous for its wines, the ones from Chianti being the most notable. Versilia however has no important local wines.

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