Rome? Been there. Venice? Done that. Florence? Bought the statue-of-David postcard. While this triumvirate of tourist destinations is a must-do for any first-time visitor to Italy, many of the country’s greatest charms can only be experienced in small Italian villages — places where you can slip away from the crowds, wander down deserted cobblestone lanes and get a first-hand look at how the locals live. The following secret Italian villages are scattered all over the country, from the mountains of the north to the sun-soaked islands in the south.