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Pavia is located in the Po Valley, famous for its rice crop. To the South lies the hilly Oltrepò Pavese, which thank to its high quality wine production became a D.O.C. area (i.e. the Italian certification controlled designation of origin). Furthermore, down to the river Ticino you will find plenty of activities for the whole family and if you are a trekking fan or a passionate biker, dozens of trails are waiting for you.

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