Rome is capital city of Italy and is one large and complex ancient city with modernized glimpses in each corner. Being called the city of Love it attracts romance from every part of world. Romantic plazas, enchanting cathedrals, museums,art galleries and theaters it has a lot to offer that you cannot finish in a couple of days.
Prime Attractions: Colosseum, St Peter’s Basilica, Trevi Fountain, Roman Forum.
Situated in North East of Italy, Venice is one of the most romantic cities of world. Venice is built upon a lagoon surrounded by Adriatic Sea and so called the floating city. Imagine yourself on a gondola ride cherishing picturesque waterways, historic architecture and ravishing landmarks.
Prime Attractions: Piazza San Marco, St Mark’s Basilica,Doge’s Palace, Torre dell’orologio clock tower, Scuola Grande di San Rocco and the Grand Canal.
Naples is an important part of Southern Italy and is a vibrant city. It retains some of its old culture and art even after getting renovation. Naples is the origin of Italian foods like Pizza, spaghetti and Parmigiana. You will get pizzas all over Italy, but here you will get the authentic one that features fresh locally grown ingredients.
Prime Attractions: Mount Vesuvius, Royal Palace of Naples, National Archaeological Museum, Castle Nuovo.
Milan is considered to be one of the richest cities of Europe and is popular for Football and Fashion. Unlike other Italian cities, it has cosmopolitan culture also contains rich artistic and cultural heritage.
Prime Attractions:Milan Cathedral, Sforza Castle,Galleria Vittorio Emanuele, The Last Supper, LaScala.
Sicily is best known for its ancient Greek ruins.Sicily has been ruled by Romans, Vandals, Byzantines, Arabs, and Ostrogoth. Roaming around Sicily, you can still observe ruins of ancient times and bygone era. Those who love exploring possibilities of bygone era are more fascinated by the place.
Prime Attractions: Aeolian Islands, Agrigento archaeological site, cathedral Cefalu, The hilltop town Erice, Mount Etna and Nebrodi Mountains.
Today Pompeii is a UNESCO world heritage site. Pompeii was discovered in 1748 and since then the ruins have been stating history of Roman Empire. You can walk down the history lane and observe preserved remains of Bakeries, Brothels and baths.
Prime Attractions: Antiquarium museum, Forum Roman Town Square, Temple of Jupiter built on a raised three meter base, Teatro Grande, Teatro Piccolo, ancient Stabian Baths and House of Menander.
7. Italian Lake District
Italian Lake District is located in North region of Italy and is famous for its lakes and scenic beauty.
Prime Attractions:Lake Garda, Lake Como, Lake Iseo, Lake Maggiore, Lake Lugano, Lake Orta, Mediaeval castles, fishing villages, Renaissance Palazzi and the craggy peaks of Dolomites.
8. Amalfi Coast
Amalfi coast is one exotic destination that offers shimmering bays, craggy cliffs, lemon tree gardens, multicolored villas and ritzy resorts.
Prime Attractions: Ravello, cathedral of Duomo, Spiaggiadi Arechi and the 8th century Salerno castle.
A very beautiful and green land that is center to Business, Politics, Art and Crafts.
Prime Attractions: The Gallery of Uffizi, Siena and the Palio, Leaning Tower of Pisa, Piazza dei Miracoli and the scenic vineyards of Chianti.
10. Cinque Terre
Cinque Terre meaning “Five Lands” consists of 5 villages namely Riomaggiore, Manarola, Vernazza, Monterosso and Corniglia. Beautiful landscape, steep cliffs, wine terraces and coastal view are the attractions ofthe destination.
Prime Attractions: The Sentiero Azzurro, Via dell’Amore, The SentieroRosso and Sanctuary walks.