Places To Visit In Italy

One of the most fascinating countries in Europe; Italy is home to a rich history, culture, architecture and civilization that marvel people even to date. So here are some of the most popular tourist attractions to not miss during your visit.


Certainly very touristy, it is nevertheless impossible to overlook the wonders of Rome if you visit Italy! In the eternal city, eras are crossed over the course of walks. So, after an ancient escapade within the Colosseum and through the ruins of the Forum, we let ourselves be impressed by the beauty of the Renaissance monuments at Capitol Square, the work of Michelangelo, but also in the heart of the Vatican and the vastness of St. Peter’s Basilica where all the popes are buried since the martyrdom of Peter one of the disciples of Jesus Christ, considered by Christians as the first pope.

Cinque Terre

Discover Monterosso al Mare, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola and Riomaggiore, 5 small colorful villages perched on the sides of cliffs, each more beautiful than the next. Thanks to their proximity, it is very easy to visit them on foot by a small hiking trail that connects them. Start off early morning so that you can take the entire trip and see all five villages.

You can even go by train or by boat for a breathtaking view; however you will be missing out on the cities’ authenticity. The area is named as a UNESCO World Heritage Site that attracts millions of tourists every year. The pastel shaded buildings of the villages, the cobblestone paths and amazing beaches are elements you should not miss.


It is easy and advisable to travel in Tuscany aboard your car along the hills and hilltop villages such as San Gimignano, Siena, Volterra. Prepare yourself for incredible gastronomic discoveries while crossing the province of Grosseto or the Chianti region and its essential wines. Things like Bike tours Tuscany will cover all your favourite spots along the trail, taking you through some wonderful hilltops, vineyards, castles, and villages that represent Italian culture to the fullest.


What could be more romantic than taking a gondola ride along the waterways in Venice? This architectural marvel of a city built in a lagoon on the water is a city you need to visit at least once before you die. You can also visit the St. Mark’s Basilica and the Museum of St. Mark’s to witness some of the best wall paintings, sculptures and other artwork.

The Rialto Bridge is one of the most famous landmarks in Venice; cross it and enter the market area where you will be able to find lavish Italian food and other merchandize. You can also take the escalator to the top terrace of the Fondaco Dei Tedeschi shopping mall for an amazing view.


It is impossible to visit Italy without going to the fashion and design capital, Milan, which will delight fashionistas at heart thanks to its many luxury boutiques as it is home to brands such as Prada and Gucci. But you will also be pleasantly surprised by the diversity of the districts and the multitude of museums and sites to visit, such as the legendary La Scala theatre. Make sure you visit Santa Maria Delle Grazie church which holds the painting The Last Supper.

Delsie Leff



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