Essential destinations to visit in Italy

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If we were to make a list of all those sites that we want to see in ItalyFrom the first place we would visit to the last, surely the list was going to be endless. Limiting ourselves to just a few places, we can make a list of the essentials that everyone should visit in Italy, because it is a country full of beautiful towns, beautiful corners of the coast and dream islands.

This simple list tells us about the most important places that you should not miss out on anything in the world when visiting Italy. Some will take us longer, but others we can see them in a few days and thus move on to the next one on the list. The most travelers are sure that they have already passed through more than one destination that we propose.

Rome

Rome

In the essential destinations we have to start with the jewel in the crown, that is, the city of Rome. A place that you have to see at least once in your life calmly, because it has much more than the Colosseum. The famous Plaza de España with its stairs, the Trevi Fountain, Roman Forum or the works of the Vatican Museums. We are facing a city with a very long history, which has many things to tell, so we should dedicate at least a week to see what is most important.

Venice

Venice

At the time of Carnival it is impossible not to remember the elegant and world famous carnivals of Venice. The city of canals exudes romance and personality, and is undoubtedly one of the favorite destinations for couples. But this does not mean that we should not visit it alone or with friends, because it is much more than a place to take a romantic gondola ride. The Doge's Palace and St. Mark's Basilica They are unmissable works of art, and we cannot miss the opportunity to see the Rialto Bridge or the small Bridge of Sighs.

Florence

Florence

If you like art, you can not fail to put Florence in one of the main positions of the list, but the first. An Italian city full of places to visit. The Cathedral of Santa María del Fiore is the main place, to admire its famous dome. We also have the Uffizzi Galleries with its Renaissance works, the Palazzo Vecchio or the Ponte Vecchio, which still has artisan shops inside. The list is very long, so we must make a plan for several days.

Milan

Milan

The beautiful Milan Cathedral It is one of its main attractions, an elegant city, as well as the famous Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, a shopping place but one that the vast majority of tourists use to take their photos of rigor. You can visit this city quickly, although there are some other things that can be interesting, such as the Royal Palace or the Basilica of San Ambrosio.

Pisa

Pisa

The good thing about the city of Pisa is that the most interesting part is where its famous tower is, so to visit it we will only need an afternoon or a morning. It is located near Florence, so a good plan would be to take a trip to see the two cities. Next to the Pisa's leaning tower we found the cathedral. If we have time we can also visit the Palazzo della Carovana or the Chiesa de Santa Maria della Spina.

Cinque Terre

Cinque Terre

Cinque Terre is not a city, but an entire region considered among the most beautiful in all of Italy. It is made up of the peoples of Vernazza, Corniglia, Monterrosso al Mare, Manarola and Riomaggiore. Five towns that attract attention for being on cliffs that look towards the coast, which are reached by somewhat difficult roads but in a trip that is undoubtedly worth it. Its colorful houses facing the blue of the sea have become more than a beautiful postcard, and the place is not for less.

Siena

Siena

Located in the area of ​​Tuscany we are facing a city that has not lost its medieval and ancient charm, in which it seems that time has stopped. The huge Piazza del Campo It is one of the most spectacular squares, where the Palio de Siena is also held, the emblematic horse race that has become a great attraction for the city. Other things that we can see are the cathedral or the Basilica of Santo Domingo.

Pompeii

Pompeii

Everyone knows the incredible story of the Pompeii city, buried in AD 79 after the eruption of Vesuvius, not being discovered until the XNUMXth century. The best thing about it being buried is that it has been preserved in very good condition for centuries, so today we have a great historical testimony in this city. If you want to know more about life in the city centuries ago, you must visit this city.

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