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Member of the European Union, Italy is centrally located at the heart of the Mediterranean Sea. Italy is among the most visited countries in the world, and is globally renowned for its coastal beauty, art, architecture, and gastronomy. Italy is among the most culturally developed nations, and is home to 54 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, the highest number in the world. Roman Catholicism has deep roots in Italy and the country has iconic cathedrals in most of its major cities. Italy is home to several museums and art galleries such as Galleria dell’ Accademia, Galleria Borghese, and Capitoline Museums. The country’s topography is varied and offers its visitors scenic hillside villages, sweeping mountains, and seaside towns.
Popular Destinations in Italy
Capital of Italy and one of the most historically significant cities in the
world, Rome is a traveler’s delight. Also known as Roma, the city can be
traced back to roughly 753 BC. Visitors will find historic buildings all
over the city. Among these Colosseum, Roman Forum, Pantheon, and Trevi
Fountain are not to be missed. The city surrounds Vatican City, the seat of
the Roman Catholic Church, where St. Peter’s Basilica, Sistine Chapel and
the Vatican Museums, are a must visit regardless of one’s religious
beliefs. Rome is also a cultural hub with several museums, performing art
venues, galleries, and, parks such as Teatro dell’Opera di Roma, Museum of
Rome, National Gallery of Ancient Art, and Villa Borghese.
Known all over the world for its canals and bridges, Venice comprises 118
small islands. Located in north-eastern Italy, the city is a 3:30 hour
train ride away from Rome. Capital of the Veneto region, Venice is a
popular tourist destination, famous for architecture, culture, history, and
art. Venice is lined with galleries, museums, and hosts several cultural
festivals such as the Venice Film Festival. The Venetian lagoon and a major
part of the city are recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. A gondola
ride through its canals is the most recommended thing to do here. Top
attractions in Venice include St. Mark’s Basilica, Grand Canal, Doge’s
Palace, Piazza San Marco, and more.
Located in northern Italy, about 90 minutes from Rome is the capital of the
Tuscany region, Florence. Locally known as Firenze, the beautiful city is
an internationally renowned hub of art and architecture. Birthplace of
Renaissance, Florence has been home to celebrated thinkers, artists, and
architects like Leonardo da Vinci, Donatello, Botticelli, Michelangelo,
Machiavelli, and Ghirlandaio. Florence is not only a haven for art lovers
but also history enthusiasts. Its historic city centre is a UNESCO World
Heritage Site. Florence is lined with many iconic building, like the Duomo,
Ponte Vecchio, Palazzo Vecchio, and Uffizi Gallery.
Best Time to Visit Italy
The best time to take cheap flights to Italy is from April to May and from September to October when you get cheap airline tickets. The peak tourist season is between June-August when flights to Italy are expensive and the country is flooded with tourists.
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