Top 6 most beautiful places to visit in Italy

Italy, located in the south of Europe, is one of the most popular travel destinations of all time. And rightfully so. Italy has an array of experience and nature to offer tourists, including art treasures, charming towns, museums, people, food, and so on. It is one of the most beautiful places where you can see some of the world's most iconic sites – The leaning tower of Pisa, Trevi fountain, Colosseum, etc. Only in Italy can you see renowned Renaissance masterpieces and shop for high-end fashion, probably on the same day. Italy offers natural scenery and numerous visually stunning wonders to wow explorers. Cinque Terre, Sardinia, and the Dolomites all boast incredible landscapes and fantastic hiking routes. Italy offers so much to see and do that it would take a lifetime to explore. 

 - One of the busiest metropolitan cities in the country, Naples is the capital of the Campania region in Southern Italy. As it is nearby famous sites like the Bay of Naples and Pompeii, Naples presents an ideal base to stay while exploring the area. Top attractions in Naples include the grand Piazza del Plebiscito, the Capodimonte Museum's royal palace, and the National Archaeological Museum, which showcases a marvelous collection of artistic works and artifacts excavated from the ruins of Pompeii. Many favorite Italian foods originated in Naples, you guessed it, everyone's favorite Naple's pizza and more specialties like spaghetti and parmigiana. These dishes are taken seriously in Naples and usually feature fresh, locally grown ingredients.

Milan - Milan is one of the wealthiest cities in Europe. It is widely regarded as a mega fashion center having several top designer shops. Milan also attracts many to its surviving world famous treasures like Leonardo da Vinci's painting, The Last Supper, the La Scala Opera House, the Castello Sforzesco, and one of the world's largest Gothic cathedral.

Pisa - Located along the Arno River in Tuscany's northwestern region, Pisa's city still bears striking remnants of its former golden days as a commercial empire during the Middle Ages. While the Leaning Tower is a must-see, visiting this city only to photograph its most famous landmark is like looking at one tree and missing the whole forest. Pisa is so much more than just the Leaning Tower.

Sicily - The largest island in the Mediterranean, Sicily lies just across from Italy's southern tip on the narrow Strait of Messina. Due to its location, it has long acted as a crossroads, so it is very distinct from the rest of the country regarding its history, culture, and cuisine. Renowned for its rugged beauty, Sicily's rugged cliffs and secluded beaches are lined by sparkling waters, while fertile farmland and mountains dot its interior. Towering over Sicily's landscape is Mount Etna, one of the world's most active volcanoes and the highest peak in Italy south of the Alps.

Cinque Terre - Meaning 'Five Lands,' Cinque Terre comprises the five villages of Riomaggiore, Manarola, Vernazza, Monterosso, and Corniglia. Riomaggiore boasts a medieval castle and the bustling main street of Via Colombo, while Manarola is filled with colorful boats, swimming holes, and caves. Surrounded by olive groves, Vernazza offers a lively nightlife scene. The beautiful beach of Monterossa is lined with resorts while sloping vineyards adorn Corniglia. Rich in agriculture and fishing, the Cinque Terre villages are teeming in cafes and trattorias, which serve locally grown wine, olives, cheeses, pasta, seafood, and homemade loaves of bread.

Venice - One of Italy's top travel destinations, Venice, is a unique city built upon a lagoon surrounded by the Adriatic Sea. Located in north-eastern Italy, Venice is an archipelago of 118 islands, all connected by hundreds of beautiful bridges and scenic canals. Of the canals, the Grand Canal is the most famous and divides the city into two sections. Picturesque waterways and historic architecture make Venice one of the most romantic cities in the world.

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  1. This is totally true that Italy is one of the most popular and beautiful travel destination. I am not wrong in choosing Italy as my next travel. I just want to know the places where I can get the best Italian food so that I can try it when I travel to Italy. I have got a one year valid Italy visa uk through which I will be travelling. I hope there are no restrictions for COVID-19 besides the RT-PCR test.

  2. Interesting post! The 6 most beautiful places to visit in Italy look amazing. I needed something like this since I plan to apply for an Italy visa from UK, grab my visa and go on a solo trip across Italy. After looking at your suggestions I feel that I should get a 1-month tourist visa. On the other hand, I am also planning to visit nearby countries. I will have to apply for a Schengen visa if I want to travel from Italy to neighboring countries. Do share such wonderful suggestions for other European countries too if you toured them.

  3. Excellent post! I had a dilemma a few days back while deciding on whether to visit Italy or Belgium. However, I came across some interesting blogs which highlighted Italy's beautiful attractions. Its scenic beaches and gastronomical delights are a few other reasons why I wanted to visit Italy with my better half. I will be applying for an visa to Italy any time soon. While I wait for my visa, I will start preparing an extensive travel itinerary because I am planning to stay in Italy for at least 2 or 3 weeks. I hope to have a gala time in this gorgeous country.

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