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6 Best Places to Visit in Italy by Irma Astete


Italy is the 5th most visited country in global tourism arrivals and the 6th highest tourism earner in all across the world. Tourists mainly visit Italy for its fashion, rich art, culture, history, its beautiful coastline, precious ancient monument and many more. Rome, Milan and Venice are most popular cities and millions of international tourists arrive in these places per year.

Here we are giving you a list of 6 best places to visit in Italy.

The best for this kind of visit is going with a touristic escort, because  she found all  cheap services for you and the best places and times for visit , like this your visit will be perfect. And no expensive , because the people in general have the idea that Italy is expensive , but is not true.   Is my experience.

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1.   Rome

a.   Colosseum:

Colosseum is the greatest remainder of the ancient times, the typical amphitheater, the essence of architectural fineness and an engineering wonder. The Colosseum has been dubbed countless ways, but there is just no way to grasp their sense until you see the blues of the sky by the flawlessly curved arches. Hence, for the travelers who are going to visit Italy, the Colosseum is a must see.

rome colosseum

b.   Roman Forum:

Roman Forum is by distant one of the most important archaeological sites in the globe. This place provides you an unbelievable feeling as you factually stagger upon it on your quick walk around Rome. The historical importance of Roman Forum as the heart of the Roman kingdom can’t be overstated at all. The market halls, partial structures, pillars, and foundations of former temples give tribute to Ancient Rome, which stand here for a thousand of years. You will not find any other place in the world that celebrates the ever-mutating and incredible power of water like Rome. The Trevi Fountain is a fantastic work of art that is much more than a mere sculpture.  This triumphant example of Baroque art with its soft, natural lines and fantasy creatures embodies movement as the soul of the world. The fountain is a true wonder, a jewel of water and stone that is nestled between the palaces of the historic centre of the city.

roman forum rome

c.    Trevi Fountain:

You can already hear its presence from the nearby streets. Indeed, as you get nearer the sound of its gushing waters grows constantly more intense, reaching a crescendo in the square, where you will find the most breathtaking sight.   Suddenly, the space seems to open out and you stand before a symbolic representation of this great force of nature, a tumultuous spring that seems to flow out of the ground.  The light and shade effects on the marble make the wind seem to bellow through the drapes and locks of the statues, agitating the waves, creating an extraordinarily intense and spectacular scene. In this Baroque creation, the architecture itself seems to come alive with the current of the revitalizing waters.

trevi fountain italy

2.   Vatican City in Rome

Vatican is completely detached state; and free entrance. the right of entry to its superb collections is only through the Rome. This place is home to a number of the world's most priceless art as well as the art collections. Further than the clear sites of St Peter's square and St Peter's Basilica, the Vatican is house to innumerable attractions. The well-known Sistine Chapel displays wall and paintings by Michelangelo and numerous of other of Italy's most renowned artists.

vatican city rome

3.   Venice Canals

Venice is a town of islands and the canals have long been, in various ways, the city's streets. A gondola journey through the canals of Venice is a custom that travelers have been participating in for many years. Facing the canals are the old buildings which have remained comparatively unaffected for hundreds of years and adding up to the romantic appeal. In addition to this, the Grand Canal is the very popular of these waterways and one of the most beautiful sites in Venice.

venice italy

4.   Tuscany  with  :

a.   Tower of Pisa:

The Leaning Tower of Pisa is really just one of several attractions in the city of Pisa and is renowned in all over the world. The work began on this tower in the 1100’s and the dipping, which led to the lean, begin by the time the tower built up the third story. At present the visitors can go up up the stairs of the tower for a wonderful view over the city. Moreover, this leaning tower of Pisa is also named as La Torre Pendete and stands on the Piazza del Duomo.

tower of pisa italy

b.  Florence Capital of Tuscany:

Roman to modern times. Though Florence is an ancient city, the focal point today is its Renaissance art and architecture, which have contributed to it frequently being named one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Considered the birthplace of the Renaissance, its streets present a stunning reflection of the birth and development of modern society, which shifted importance toward the individual and creativity. Today Florence is also a busy center for art and design, home to top fashion, architecture and culinary delights.

tuscany italy

5.   Amalfi Coast

The Amalfi Coast is a holiday heaven, perfectly to be stayed in for as long as possible. This coast is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is a dramatic stretch of shoreline along the Sorrentine Peninsula. The series of the Lattari mountains, straightly exposed to the sea and makes an indented shoreline with colorful villages. Besides, one of the main towns here is Positano, but the whole area is admired with tourists.

amalfi coast italy

6.   Pompeii

Under the deep volcano of Mt Vesuvius stand the ruins of Pompeii, it is an antique Roman city which is conserved in time by the explosion in A.D. 79. Nowadays, though not erupting but the shortened cone looms in excess of the Bay of Naples and big scale evacuation plans are on instant reserve. Here, the tourists can visit the site, walk along the old streets as well as see the engineering methods used by the Romans more than 2000 years ago.

Pompeii italy


To do visit by train is a great and cheap experience, because exist 1┬║ and second class,  regular or velocity train,   and different routes for all the country, This recommendation is because all the private services are very expensive.

irma astete 

*Guest blog post by: Irma Astete

1 comment :

  1. Brilliant post! I have been following the latest guidelines and updates from several EU countries including Italy. That is because I wanted to take a short vacation after a long period of lockdown. Luckily, the local authorities in Italy have eased travel restrictions which is why I will be applying for an Italy Schengen visa as soon as possible. Meanwhile, I will be taking some help from your informative travel guide to plan my Italy travel itinerary in advance.


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