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Things to do in Italy

Travel to Italy

Once said Verdi, “You may have the universe if I may have Italy”. It’s a good thing Italy is kind enough to share her gifts with all who wish to pay homage to her good looks and good taste. Travel to Italy and ride the gondolas in the canals of Venice. Eat pizza in Sicily and take pleasure in the Sicilian beaches. Drink wine in Tuscany. Travel to Rome and Vatican City. Tour Cinecittà, the film studio where Fellini made cinematic history. Journey through ‘The Heel’ of the boot. Trek though the colourful village set of Cinque Terre. Travel in time in Pompeii. Fall in love in Siena. Eat tiramasu, gelato, Parmesan and panini. Discover the sheer amount of delciousness that Italy creates daily. Shop the designers in Milan, appreciate high art in Florence. Photograph your Italian holiday and share it with your friends and family.

Bologna

Bologna is the regional capital of Emilia-Romagna, Italy. It is declared the “City of Music” by UNESCO and is often listed as one of the most livable cities in Italy. Read more about Bologna…

Catania

Catania is considered as one of Italy’s liveliest towns, with its interesting museums, beautiful churches, art treasures, and delicious gourmet food. Try to spend more than one day in this beautiful and busy town in order to see and do everything it has to offer. Read more about Catania…

Florence

Florence, also know in Italy as Firenze, is one of the most Romantic Destinations in Europe as well as the largest city in the famed region of Tuscany. It is home to a wide collection of fine art and paintings and unsurmounted beauty. Read more about Florence…

Genoa

Genoa, “the Proud One,” is clad with a range of impressive landmarks and awe-inspiring things to do and see. It is an old, thriving seaport where the past and present collide. When visiting Genoa, you can take in the sights of piazzas, ports, old-style buildings, and parks. Read more about Genoa…

Milan

Milan is the second-most populous city in Italy and therefore there are always things to enjoy and things to do in Milan when on vacation. It is a most picturesque city and is known as the ‘Fashion Capital of the World’. Read more about Milan…

Naples

The city of Naples has much of the historic and charming atmosphere of the more popular Italian cities but without the huge crowds of tourists. It is an impressive and unassuming city with hundreds of holiday points of interest within easy reach and there are a lot of fun things to see and things to do in Naples while on vacation in the city. Read more about Naples…
 
 
 
 
 
 

Pisa

The city of Pisa is famous for its Leaning Tower, but there are at least 50 more points of interest waiting for adventurous and inquisitive tourists. There are so many things to see and things to do in Pisa. Read more about Pisa…

Sardinia

Geologically speaking, Sardinia is one of the oldest land bodies in Europe. It is also one of the first places inhabited by man. The island is home to the prehistoric temple of Monte d’Accoddi, which is possibly the oldest structure in Italy. Read more about Sardinia…

Sicily

Sicily is the largest island in the Mediterranean Sea and is a popular holiday destination for tourists all over the world. The beaches of Sicily are some of the best in all of Europe. There are also some great archeological sites and historic landmarks that can be visited in tours. Read more about Sicily…

Siena

Siena, a city and province in Italy, is well known for its gorgeous medieval architecture, delicious treats, and the famous Palio di Siena. A vibrant city, it is inundated with culture and offers the perfect holiday location for visitors from around the world.
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Sorrento

Sorrento is a little town in Campania, in the south of Italy with a little over 16,000 people. It’s popular with the holiday crowd because you can get there quite easily if you are traveling from Naples. Read more about Sorrento…

Turin

Unbeknownst to many tourists and holiday makers, Turin is a hidden treasure in northern Italy. It is known for its old-style art galleries, posh restaurants and cafes, architectural wonders, vibrant culture, and colorful history. Read more about Turin…

Vatican City

Despite being recognized as the smallest independent state in the world, Vatican City is frequented by thousands of tourists year round. Because of its numerous destination incentives, many backpackers, tourists, and travelers spend their holidays and vacations visiting Vatican City. It is located within a walled enclave sitting in the city of Rome, Italy. Read more about Vatican City…

Venice

Venice is the capital of Italy’s Veneto region and one of the 118 islands on the Venetian Lagoon. Venice is one of the oldest and most beautiful cities in the world as well as home to many historical sites such as monuments, museums, and churches. Read more about Venice…

Verona

Verona, Italy attracts both national and international holiday-goers who want to experience the city’s artistic culture through its many yearly fairs, opera festivals, entertainment shows, and musical concerts. It is undoubtedly the perfect place to go if you love music! Read more about Verona…