Why Visit Italy?
Italy is a place where you will adore its food, culture, and architecture.
But, if neither of these impress you, then you will love the citizens of Italy and their brilliant landmarks.
Now let us check out the list!
Via Krupp, Capri
If you enjoy nice strolls up a mountain, visit Capri. The view on the way up is simply astonishing, regardless of the weather or time. All you need to do is head up to Augustus Garden and admire the best of Capri laid out before you.
Not only does Cassino have beautiful mountains with large forestry surrounding it, but it is also home to a rich Ladin culture. You can soak all of its beauty at a rustic-luxe loft suite at Rosa Alpina.
San Gimignano, Tuscany
Known for having the best gelato in Italy, an afternoon in Tuscany is one well spent. With its captivating beauty and peaceful hills. Tuscany has a nice village-type feel, where it seems you are millions of miles away from the every day of bustling city life.
Isola Bella, Sicily
Hidden in a small quiet cove, but connected to the mainland with just a small trip of narrow land connecting to it. Isola Bella has beauty written all over it, from viewing the sunrise to the highest peak of the moon.
The island is quite small, which gives it a special touch, making you feel surrounded by nature and its bustling sounds.
If you are afraid of heights, then this place is not for you. But, if you can overcome this fear, you will find Praiano, surrounded by the sea on a cliffside. You can find a place to stay there at Casa Angelina.
Campo de’Fiori, Rome
Get a glimpse of the everyday roman life at Campo de Fiori. A vibrant marketplace where you will be drawn by its inviting smell of Italy’s fresh-baked bread, and fruits.
Emilia-Romagna a bustling city, with old type buildings. Though, do not see old as being negative, since in fact, its old architecture is what gives this city its unique beautiful, appearance.
Pugila, a place you wish you could stay for longer. With its pure white colors, it truly is a peaceful town. It could be commonly mistaken to be Greece at first glance. But come in the summer, where local families spill out onto the street to enjoy a meal in the evening sun. You’ll have no doubt that this is Italy at its purest state.
The streets of Venice are filled with an artsy type of crowd and bring a feeling of relaxed charm, not to mention its relaxing boat rides. This city truly captures the vibrance and culture of Italy.
Well, these are my 9 top places for you to visit in Italy, do tell me what you think and add a few of your own faviroute places in the comment section.