The picture above is overlooking the medieval town of Brisighella, one of the most beautiful small towns in Italy, nestled in the hills between Florence and Ravenna. Since it is such a small city, I'm talking 70 square miles with a population of 7,000, there isn't much to do as far as activities go. Unless, of course, you consider taking in the scenery as an activity (a favorite one of mine). The only thing I can recommend here is stopping for an hour or two if you're passing by and climbing up to the Rocca (castle)or the Torre dell'Orologio (clock tower). From here, you can sit for hours and look out over the vast rolling hills of green vineyards and brick edifices. Some of my favorite views so far in Italy.