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Italy Tourism

Come to Italy for peerless cultural heritage
Italy Tourism

Rated 4.4/5 (based on 10 reviews)

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Best time to visit:

Nov - Feb

Visa:

On Arrival

Ideal Duration:

6-7 Days

Starting from

Rs. 60,500

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Italy Travel Guide

Say hello to La Bella Italia! The fatal charm of Italy is proverbial. It’s hard not to be intoxicated with several sights and suggestions for Italy Tourism. During the Renaissance period, Italy was a fertile creative workshop that produced Botticelli and Da Vinci; their works are still boosting the tourism in Italy. Be it the hidden ruins of Pompeii, wine hills of Piedmont, crumbling buildings of Venice, and Greek temples of Sicily, Italy is a recurring dream that travelers can’t shake off.

If any Italy travel guide asserts that visiting Italy is impressive, it would be a trivializing thing to do. Going to Florence is like having a surprise party every day; not a street in the city that isn’t pregnant with poetry in form of art or architecture. Walking through shopping streets of Milan is like walking into a fashion magazine. Roaming among ancient ruins in Rome is an experience like no other. Drifting past gothic cathedrals on a gondola ride in Venice is romantic and rewarding.

From St Peter's Basilica in Rome to the Leaning Tower of Pisa and from the Amalfi Coast to the Dolomites, Italy is home to the top-ranked travel destinations in Europe. A shrine to the Renaissance, Florence or the ‘City of Lilies’ is timeless like Verdi’s La Traviata. Read Tuscan novels on the banks of the Arno River, soak in the postcard-worthy panoramic view from Piazzale Michelangelo, shop at jewelry shops on Ponte Vecchio or pick up souvenirs from Mercato Vecchio, and go on full-day walking tours which begin from Piazza della Signoria. Keep in mind, as the shadows grow smaller in Florence, so does the queue to see Michelangelo's David.

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How To Reach Italy

Read about the best & quickest routes to save time & money, as suggested by our travelers

By Air

The Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino International Airport in Rome, Pisa Galileo Galilei International Airport in Pisa, Florence Amerigo Vespucci Airport in Florence, Malpensa International Airport in Milan, and Palermo International...

By Train

Travelers can board a train from most European destinations to reach Italy. While train station in Milan serves as a primary hub for destinations like lakes and the Italian Alps. Rome is a major train station for central and south...

By Road

Reaching Italy by road is not the most convenient way to travel for non-Europeans. Italy borders France, Austria, Switzerland, and Slovenia. All borders, except for border with Switzerland, are open (without customs checks). Roads...

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Places To Visit In Italy

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Things To Do In Italy

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FAQ's of Italy

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Is it safe to travel to Italy?

Italy is relatively safer, although caution should be exercised in the old city areas of Rome and Florence against pickpockets and purse snatchers.

What are the must have foods of Italy?

Apart from the usual Italian cuisine of pizzas and pastas, Gelato, a form of frozen dessert, is a must have when here.

How long do I need to spend in Italy to explore it fully?

Spend at least 10 days in Italy if you want to explore it properly and fully.

How do I travel within Italy?

The Eurail and bus services are the best bet for traveling to different cities within the country.

Will the Schengen visa cover my visit to Italy?

Since Italy is a part of the European Union, the Schengen Visa will cover your visit to Italy.

Italy Tour Guide

From a vast empire to being a city-state and now a country, Italy has preserved the finest examples of its heydays intact. Take time out from urban cities to visit soul-stirring countryside where the scent of vineyards permeates the fresh air. Tuscany is a graceful antidote to tourist hubbub of Florence while Lake Como is an ideal refuge from the neon and noise of Milan. Among other top attractions in Italy include Genoa, Naples, Lake Garda, Turin, and Siena.

The vine-covered hills of the Chianti and emerald-green expanses of the Val d'Orcia conjure up iconic images of Tuscany. Italians are big-hearted people. Guests are always welcome to join the locals around festivities, particularly at the food table. Sample seafood along the Sicilian coast, grab a pizza in Naples, prepare a pasta in Bologna, your taste-buds are in for a treat during a trip to Italy.

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