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10 Must See Cities in Italy

Italy is one of the most visited countries in the world and it is also one of the most beautiful on the planet. Its gastronomy is world-renowned, its landscapes are fascinating, and every corner hides a unique history. Therefore, the list of everything to see in Italy should be long. However, we have managed to pick out the 10 must see cities to make your next trip to Italy a real success.

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Bathing in the Trevi Fountain is just a dream: even if it were possible, there probably wouldn’t be time, as the Eternal City has thousands of tourist attractions. It’s known as the “Eternal City” for the history it packs deep within, but Rome is also home to some cutting-edge attractions. Visiting Rome means facing a real cultural marathon, but the secret is to give up seeing everything and enjoy every step. The arches of the Colosseum, the dome of the Pantheon, the columns of St. Peter’s Square and the Imperial Forums: everything expresses grandeur and a feeling of eternal glory.

If you have time left, you can spend it in the Vatican Museums and in front of the Sistine Chapel. You can also stroll through Castel Sant’Angelo or Trastevere, a picturesque area full of shops and clubs.



The city of canals exudes sensuality around every corner, especially during its biggest festival, Carnival. With its towering canals, distinctive houses, vibrant colors, food and breathtaking landscapes, it is a destination that will reinvigorate you. Begin the tour by using the vaporetto or a traghetto along the Grand Canal to Piazza San Marco. This extraordinary walk will give you magnificent views of the city’s colorful buildings and aquatic life. We recommend that you sneak through the beautiful alleys of the Grand Canal to admire the life of the inhabitants, the incessant movement of people and a warm atmosphere.

When you come out on Saint Mark’s Square, contemplate its 9th century architecture, the basilica, the bell tower… You are in the heart of Venice. Also, don’t miss the city’s few museums. The most imposing museum in Venice is the Correr Museum, which houses works of art such as paintings, sculptures, and marine instruments, among others. The Archaeological Museum, the Martian National Library, the Accademia Gallery, the Church of Santa Maria della Salute, Ca’ Razzonico and Ca’ D’Oro are some of the places you will definitely love. Also don’t forget to visit the famous Doge’s Palace in Venice and cross the Rialto Bridge, the most famous bridge in the city.



Florence is one of the must-see places in Italy thanks to its unique cultural richness. One of the first and best things to do in Florence is to head to the impressive Piazza del Duomo, located in the heart of the historic center, to visit the Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore (Duomo). Before entering, We recommend that you look at it from different points of the exterior to see its impressive white and green marble facade full of details and the famous cupola by Filippo Brunelleschi, built in 1420 and considered one of the great landmarks in the history of architecture. Once inside, you will be amazed by the size of the cathedral and climbing the 463 steps that will take you to the top of the dome, you will be able to enjoy a fantastic panoramic view of the city.

The Uffizi Gallery is another must-see place to see paintings by geniuses such as Botticelli, Da Vinci and Caravaggio. Never forget to visit the famous and perfect David sculpture by Michelangelo. Beyond all these cultural plans, get lost in the alleys in search of good gelato shops, cross the Ponte Vecchio and enjoy the views from Piazzale Michelangelo.



Visiting the Italian region of Tuscany is one of the best things to do in Italy and one of the most important stops is the city of Pisa. The tower is in fact only the bell tower of the Duomo, because in Italy, custom dictates that it is not integrated into the church building. The famous inclination of around 4 degrees began when construction began in 1173, due to the clay soil and shallow foundations. After 177 years, the construction of the 8-storey tower and the bell tower was completed, reaching a height of 55 meters. It’s totally impressive! Moreover, located in the middle of Piazza dei Miracoli, the Cathedral or Duomo, is another of the most beautiful places to visit in Pisa. This building, built in 1063 thanks to the spoils of war, is distinguished by its immaculate white and gray marble facade and an enormous solid bronze door.



The first temptation that arises in Milan is shopping, but in addition to the fashion street, there are many things to see. Starting with Piazza Duomo – better still, from the top of the towers – and Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, passing through Piazza della Scala. The Novecento Museum, the Triennale and the Pinacoteca di Brera are a must for art lovers, as is Santa Maria delle Grazie with the Cenacolo Vinciano, which can be visited by appointment. The choice of location for the aperitif is decisive: on the Navigli, at the Colonne di San Lorenzo or in the best places with a terrace, for an extra touch of glamour.



The first thing you want to do, once you arrive in Naples, is to contemplate the panorama of the Gulf without haste, with Vesuvius in the background. Along with the hill of Posillipo, the Castel dell’Ovo is one of the best places to do so. There is always time to immerse yourself in the historic center, one of the largest in the world, and get lost in the voice of Spaccanapoli. There are many places to see in Naples: the Duomo, Piazza del Plebiscito and the Capodimonte Museum are not to be missed. A visit to the Naples Metro is also one of the best ways to discover the city and its millennial history.

Beauty, yes, you will find beauty in Naples. A very particular beauty, by the way, because its narrow streets full of colors and its sometimes impossible asphalt give it a spectacular image that you will probably end up looking at with your mouth open, wondering how this city was built. Standing at the top of its most famous street, called Spaccanapoli, you will experience it to the fullest. The Quartieri Spanogli or the promenade also have a lot to offer in this sense. Naples is a very beautiful city, and getting lost in its streets is a pleasure.

Then, so many contrasts! Naples is a city full of contrasts, and what in another place could be a negative aspect, in its streets you can breathe diversity. You may not like everything you see, but you have to recognize that there is life around every corner. Life of all kinds, of all colors, sizes and shapes. For example, leaving the already mentioned Quartieri Spanogli, the most authentic district of the city and also a real chaos in some respects, you will enter its most commercial, organized and elegant street. And you’ll wonder how such a big change is possible, but it won’t take long for you to realize that it’s about Napoli. And it suits him well.



City of art famous for its Baroque masterpieces, Lecce surrounds itself with some of the most beautiful beaches in Puglia. Of ancient Messapian origins, the historic center is populated by splendid buildings sculpted in Lecce stone: among the most representative are the Duomo and the Basilica of Santa Croce. Lecce is also called the city of churches and is known for its many workshops. The jewel of Salento is also home to an important monument from Roman times, the majestic Amphitheater which today hosts concerts and theatrical performances.



Verona is universally known as the city of Romeo and Juliet: it was indeed here that William Shakespeare set his tragedy, making it one of Italy’s most romantic destinations. In addition to taking the oath of eternal allegiance under the balcony of Juliet, it is possible to admire a large collection of medieval and Scaligera monuments, as well as illustrious testimonies of Roman times: among these, the Arena, home to the famous opera festival and concerts of international appeal.



European Capital of Culture 2019, Matera is called the “City of Stones”: incredible its landscape formed by rock architecture and ancient buildings carved into the rock. The natural setting is no less grandiose: the Gravina de Matera, with its deep canyon, runs along the Sassi; on the other side stretches the plateau of Murgia, populated by natural caves, churches clinging to the walls, farmhouses and tuff palaces. The historic center, listed as a UNESCO heritage site – the “city of stone” – is a “cultural landscape” unique in the world, inhabited since the Paleolithic era and with an inimitable charm.

San Gimignano


The town we are going to tell you about is a small medieval village lost in the Tuscan hills, among cypresses, sunflowers, olive trees and vineyards: San Gimignano. San Gimignano is one of the best towns to visit in Italy. This city, built around huge towers, is today one of the greatest attractions in Tuscany. It is a fortified medieval town perched on a hill overlooking the vast countryside of enchanting Tuscany. One of the particularities of San Gimignano is its landscape of which its 14 towers remain, which were part of the 58 towers that once existed in the city, in the interest of the different families to show their power

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