Italy is home to some of the world’s greatest artifacts, delicious food, and wine. Italy’s tourist attractions are mainly concentrated in its three main cities, Rome, Florence and Venice. Rome is full of marvelous palaces, great romantic ruins, ancient churches and basilicas, opulent monuments and ornate statues that make Rome one of the most visited cities in Europe and the world. Florence, the capital of the Tuscany region in Italy is where the Italian Renaissance was born. It is home to beautiful squares, elegant palaces, and beautiful country villas. Venice is practically the same as six hundred years ago. With its impressive architecture, canals and mysterious corridors, Venice is one of the most captivating cities in the world.
Vatican City, also known as the Holy See, is a small independent state located in the center of Rome. This is where you can find most of Italy’s most famous tourist attractions, such as the Catholic Church, the Vatican Museums, St. Peter’s Basilica, and Michelangelo’s Sistine ceiling.
Fashion and style in Milan
Milan is the center of world famous furniture and clothing design. Browse the boutiques of quadrilatero della moda, along and around Via Montenapoleone and keep up to date with the latest trends in the world of fashion.
Venice Basilica di San Marco, Palazzo Ducale and Grand Canal
In Venice, visit St. Mark’s Basilica, which is undoubtedly the most beautiful Byzantine church in the West. Saint Mark’s Basilica is located at the eastern end of Piazza San Marco and right next to it is the Venetian Gothic Palazzo Ducale (Doge’s Palace), a palace built in the Venetian Gothic style, one of the most famous landmarks in the city Venice. And finally, hop on a gondola or a water bus and complete your visit to Venice with a ride along the Grand Canal in Venice.
The Roman Forum and the Colosseum are the remarkable ruins of ancient Rome and two of the most famous tourist attractions in Italy. Visit the museums and see the exquisite collection of ancient art in Rome and don’t forget to stop by Campidoglio, with a square designed by Michelangelo. Michelangelo’s magnificent Piazza del Campidoglio is flanked by the Palazzo dei Conservatori and the Palazzo Nuovo, which houses the Capitoline Museum with its wonderful collections of paintings and sculptures.
Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence
The Uffizi Gallery is one of the oldest and most famous Renaissance art halls of fame located in Florence, Italy. This museum contains the masterpieces of Leonardo, Raphael, Michelangelo, Botticelli, Caravaggio, and dozens of other luminaries.
The massive dome of Florence’s Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore, located in the Piazza del Duomo, is one of the world’s great engineering feats. The cathedral, which includes the Baptistery and Giotto’s Campanile, is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Piazza del Campo, Siena.
Siena is the classic medieval hill town of Tuscany, and its heart is Piazza del Campo, considered to be one of the largest and most unique squares in Europe. Piazza del Campo is world renowned for its architectural integrity and beauty.