Italy Travels Guide
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Italy has some of the most romantic and historic cities the world.
Venice, not to mention Rome, capital of the greatest empire of antiquity, on which, along with Greek culture, the Western civilisation was founded. Florence, the capital of the state of Tuscany.
Other Italian great cities are Milan, Italy’s industrial, financial and commercial capital but also a city with a wealth of art and stunning architecture, Naples in the South, and Turin, Genoa and Bologna in the North.
Italy is a very long peninsula, with a lengthy coastline, full of bays, gulfs, inlets and myriad islands, big and small.
Amalfi, Sorrento, Capri, Positano, Portofino, Cinque Terre: all places remembered in songs, films and literary works by the artists and writers who visited them and wanted to make permanent the memory of their breathtaking beauty. And one thing is sure: you won’t be disappointed when you see them with your very eyes.
Not only the famous seaside resorts of the Bay of Naples or the Italian Riviera are worth seeing, though. What about being stunned by the majestic Apuane Alps near the Viareggio beach, with their marble used by Michelangelo, who also worked in the quarries? Or living in a trullo in Alberobello? Original experiences you can only have in this magic country.
You are planning to visit Italy, or you are already there. How do you organise your stay, decide what to see, find accommodation, overcome all those language barriers, understand the local culture, and so on?
You’ll find here guides to cities, towns, districts, regions all over Italy, accommodation for all different budgets in many of the areas and cities, how to travel to and within Italy.