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Places to Visit in Italy

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Places to Visit in Italy

Making a list of all the famous places to visit in Italy is like hugging an elephant; something’s bound to be left out. There isn’t a single street or place in Italy which isn’t pregnant with poetry. The birthplace of the Renaissance, Italy is slightly deceptive—a relatively small boot-shaped country with the limitless potential to unravel. Here, extraordinary art and architectural masterpieces lurk at every turn. Home to a dazzling diversity of cultural treasures, Italy harbors more UNESCO world heritage sites than any other country in the world.

Italy is like a giant canvas painting which is studded with enough colorful details to make your head spin. Every place or experience is like an elegant brushstroke: the Bay of Naples under the sunlight, the captivating view of Florence’s Piazza del Duomo, coastal trails in Sardinia, culinary wonders of Campania, terracotta walls of Sicily, gondola rides through autumn’s mist in Venice, baroque palaces of Turin, Arabesque domes of Palermo, the sharp-edged Dolomites of Trentino, and cliff-clinging abodes of the Amalfi Coast. Name your interests and this charming country will oblige.

Visit Rome for relics of its ancient glories: the Colosseum, the Roman Forum, the Pantheon, and the Vatican. One of the most famous places to see in Italy, Rome is the epicenter of Western Civilization. Eternal Rome is an achingly beautiful place that cultivates hope and ambition. It’s a city that has been mesmerizing travelers and artists for millennia and even today ranks high among prominent attractions in Europe.

Travelers come to Milan to catch a glimpse of La Vita Moda – the stylish life. This chic cosmopolitan is famous is a treasure trove of both modern and contemporary artworks. Among the top travel destinations in Italy, Milan is revered by fashion followers for housing all the major designer stores and endless fashion weeks.

One of the most popular places to visit in Italy, Venice – a city built on a lagoon – is as charming as Italy can get. Most travelers to Veneto region understandably customize their itineraries around Venice but there are some equally rewarding places like Padua or Padova, Vicenza, Palladio, and Verona keep a door open for occasional visitors.

Home to an iconic cathedral, Florence casts a powerful spell on art aficionados and history buffs. An impressive layout of the Italian Renaissance, Florence is truly timeless in every way imaginable. Half a dozen art galleries in Florence brim with the world’s finest Renaissance masterpieces. After you overdose on art in Florence – one of the best places to visit in Italy – pay a visit to the Tuscan countryside. Wander in medieval hill towns while sampling the culinary wealth of Umbria.

Bologna, Lake Como, Capri, Siena, Pisa, Pompeii, and Ravenna are other popular attractions in Italy every traveler should try to visit before saying ciao to Italy.


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Colosseum in Rome

The Colosseum is one of the most thrilling sights in Rome. This ancient arena has about 50,000 seats. With a beautiful architecture, it gives a glimpse of the atmosphere when the gladiators used to fight with animals and also with each other. The whole structure has deep roots with underground complexes. These underground c...

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Trevi Fountain in Rome

Trevi Fountain is a fountain in Rome, Italy in the district of Trevi. It was designed by Nicola Salvi an Italian architect and finished by Pietro Bracci. It's one of the oldest water sources in Rome. It’s one of the most famous fountains in the world and has even appeared in several movies, including ''La Dolce Vita''. It’s...

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One of the best places to learn about Roman history
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Pantheon Temple in Rome

Pantheon is an ancient Roman temple, now turned church, in the city of Rome, Italy. Agrippa, the right hand to Emperor Augustus, built the first temple around 27 BC. However, it burnt down in 80 AD, and then was rebuilt in 120 AD. The Romans used it as a temple until 609 AD, when Pope Boniface IV consecrated it as a church....

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Sistine Chapel in Rome

The Sistine Chapel is a famous place of the Apostolic Palace, where the Pope resides in Vatican City. The place is well known for its great history. Initially, Cappella Magna was the name to call it, but now, it is known as Chapel. Mainly, it is famous for the frescos art which decorates the interior of this place.

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A Romanesque church in Florence
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Basilica Di San Lorenzo in Florence

Basilica di San Lorenzo is an intriguing spot associated with Michelangelo. His sculptures are here for tombs of Giuliano Medici and Lorenzo. There are the best examples of Mannerist architecture in Biblioteca Laurenziana. Filippo Brunelleschi rebuilt San Lorenzo in the year 1419 at the place where one of the oldest churche...

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A sprawling garden with outdoor sculptures
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Boboli Gardens in Florence

Boboli Gardens of Florence is something more than just a garden but it is an open air museum which embraced Pitti Palace, a culture site. The park is rich with the fountains, sculptures, oak trees that are century’s old and beautiful flora. This site can be regarded as the green spot in the city of Florence. This garden was...

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An art gallery with Michelangelo's David
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Galleria dell'Accademia in Florence

Galleria Dell ‘Academia is a popular museum in Florence that houses the beautiful artworks of the popular artists from various centuries. The museum offers great and beautiful artifacts that can satisfy anyone’s curiosity on art symbols, music and botany. The painting techniques that one can find here can amaze anyone. It i...

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Piti Palace on the Arno River
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Palazzo Pitti in Florence

Palazzo Pitti is a huge palace and is among the largest architectural monuments of Florence. Palazzo Pitti was originally built in the year 1457 for the Pitti Family. The beautiful design of the monument was done by Filippo Brunelleschi and built under the guidance of his student Luca Fancelli. The original building had onl...

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A beautiful bridge over the river Arno
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Palazzo Vecchio in Florence


Piazza della Signoria, 50122 Firenze FI, Italy

Palazzo Vecchio is the visit that is worth when you are at Florence. This historic monument cherishes the history of three eras. There is renaissance paintings and chambers, medieval fortress and Roma...

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Castel Sant Angelo in Rome

Built as a Mausoleum for Emperor Hadrian and his family between 123 - 139 AD, Castel Sant'angelo is a beautiful cylindrical structure, which was once the tallest building in Rome, Italy. It was converted into a fortress in 590 AD by Pope Gregory the Great. Today, it functions as a museum for paintings, military memorabilia,...

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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.