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What to Do in Italy

  • Pantheon, Rome


    Witness the beauty of one of the best preserved Roman buildings. The structure was rebuilt in the 2nd century by the emperor Hadrian.

  • St Mark's Square, Venice

    St Mark's Square

    The main and most famous square of Venice is always bustling with life. It offers great views of the surrounding landmarks.

  • Vecchio Bridge, Florence

    Vecchio Bridge

    Crossing the Arno River, this closed bridge with archs is one of the oldest structures in Florence and an absolute must-see.

  • Villa d'Este

    Villa d'Este

    A breath-taking staple of Renaissance architecture and gardening. An absolute must-see for the sheer beauty.

  • Ostia Antica, Lido di Roma

    Ostia Antica

    Ancient Ostia is one of Rome’s best kept secrets with some of the best Roman ruins in the world. A little out-the-way, but definitely worth it.

  • Milan Cathedral, Milan

    Milan Cathedral

    The largest Italian Gothic cathedral was under construction for 600 years. Its grandeur and elaborate artworks are simply breath-taking!

  • Leaning Tower of Pisa, Pisa

    Leaning Tower of Pisa

    Perhaps the most iconic landmark of Italy as a whole. A must-see for anyone visiting Pisa.

  • Juliet's House, Verona

    Juliet's House

    Very touristy, but if you're in Verona, you should at least pass by the house of the famous Shakespeare heroine.

  • Church of Jesus Palermo, Palermo

    Church of Jesus Palermo

    This beatiful Jesuit church is a fine example of Sicilian Baroque. Only recently renovated, it is definitely worth seeing.

  • Archaeological Area of Pompei, Castellammare di Stabia

    Archaeological Area of Pompei

    One of the most famous sites of the Roman culture, perfectly preserved by the nearby volcano. An absolute must-see.

  • Historic Centre of Siena, Siena

    Historic Centre of Siena

    This amazing medieval city is part of the UNESCO World Heritage. Famous for its Gothic architecture.

  • Historic Centre of Naples, Naples

    Historic Centre of Naples

    The marvellous Southern Italian city is a UNESCO World Heritage site and holds many churches, catacombs and gardens.

  • Blue Grotto

    Blue Grotto

    An enchanting cave – the light reflects so that the whole grotto has a mystical blue tint. Possible to visit by boat or by swimming.

  • Archaeological Area of Herculaneum, Ercolano

    Archaeological Area of Herculaneum

    One of the towns lost when Mount Vesuvius exploded. An important archaeological site and a UNESCO-protected location.

  • Mount Etna, Catania

    Mount Etna

    Surely the No. 1 sight in Sicily, the majestic and awe-inspiring volcano standing 3,329 metres high is the largest active volcano in Europe.

  • La Spezia, La Spezia

    La Spezia

    A village famous for its rich history, especially military, with a number of interesting museums and churches.

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