Most beautiful cities in Italy

Are you thinking of traveling to Italy? What a beautiful country! With so many beautiful cities, it really is difficult to organize a route to leave nothing unseen… Luckily, you can write down our article today about the most beautiful cities in Italy and take them into account.

De North to south, these are some of the most beautiful cities in Italy. To travel!

Venice

For many it is the most romantic city in the country, the beautiful "city of canals", with its beautiful buildings, winding canals and rich cultural life. Artists and lovers have chosen it and continue to choose it.

Venice has more than 400 bridgesincluding the famous Bridge of Sighs, and taking a gondola ride is the best experience (although not the cheapest). When should you visit Venice? In April, May, September or October which is when there are fewer tourists and the temperatures are still warm and pleasant and It is not so hot.

Milan

If you like fashion there is nothing like elegance Milan, the mecca for those who also love to go shopping. The shops on the Via Della Spiga and Via Montenapoleone they are great, but it is true that Milan is not only fashion. Its museums are something beautiful, from the Milan Cathedral, the third largest in the world, passing through the famous Ladder and any of its palaces.

The best time to visit Milan also in April, May, September and October and for the same reasons: the days are still warm but not overwhelming.

Turin

In general it is not counted among the best cities in Italy or the most beautiful, but without a doubt it is and if you go you will discover why. Turin is in the north of the country and its architecture has buildings of Renaissance, Baroque, Rococo, Art Noveau and Neoclassical… While you walk through its streets it is as if you are taking an artistic journey, but it also has squares and parks.

The perfect background is Alps, just an hour awayWith its ski resorts and its truffles. how is north should go in summer, between June and August, the best months to enjoy its beauties outdoors. And yes, if you like winter sports and you can afford them, also in winter.

Trento

It is also beautiful and many tourists walk over it too, but Trento is a lovely destination that deserves to be on this list. Has a great gastronomy, for an beautiful natural environment and a varied offer for the tourist.

In winter you can practice typical cold sports such as skiing and snowboarding, the quality of its snow is renowned and there are popular destinations such as San Martino, Castrozza, Canazei or Madonna di Campiglio.

The best time of year to visit Trento is from May to September, with its warmer temperatures and little rain, if you are thinking of doing Hiking, for example. Obviously, the winter She is the queen of skiing.

bologna

If you like to eat, this is your city. you will taste tasty pizzas, pastas, cheeses, meats and the best Italian wines. Best of all, it's not an expensive city so you can go out to bars or restaurants without breaking your wallet.

And yes, it has other things besides food, remember that UNESCO declared it a long time ago Heritage. When should you go? In spring or in autumnneither too cold nor too hot.

Rome

We are already in the center of Italy and one cannot make a list of the most beautiful cities in the country without naming its capital. Here are the most important buildings of the former Roman Empire: the Forum, the Colosseum, the Baths of Caracalla and much more, but it is also the city of Fontana di Trevi, Spanish Steps or the Vatican and its treasures.

Trastevere It is the Roman neighborhood to spend the afternoon, there are many old houses, charming streets and restaurants everywhere. Rome is a city that you can always walk around and spring or early autumn are the best times to visit.

Florence

My favorite city. The culture and architecture of Florence are almost unparalleled. is the most beautiful city in Tuscany, the city of Michelangelo and Dante, Galileo and Raphael. you're going to get tired of visit museums and galleries, but also to walk through their medieval streets or ride a bike.

Must-sees are the Duomo and the Bell Tower, if you want the David, the Old Palace or the gardens of the beautiful Pitti Palace. But this is the most popular of all when in reality the best thing is to go for a walk, walk more, just walk. Everything is wonderful.

The best time to visit Florence is from May to September since it is hot and there is a lot of outdoor life. Don't forget to eat at the Central Market.

Siena

If you are already in Tuscany you cannot leave Siena out of the route. It is beautiful and very romantic, with streets and buildings medievales. The Siena Cathedral It is a beauty of gothic style that you will not forget.

If you can choose a date, the best is go mid to late spring, between april and may, or early in the beginning of autumn, between September and October.

Bari

We went straight to the south of Italy, the poorest part of the country but with many beauties. medieval. Bari is a charm with a delicious gastronomy and well of port. In addition, it has great beaches and very blue waters.

Bari is a postcard city where the best thing is to eat and walk and sunbathe on one of its beaches. That is why, without a doubt, go when the days are longest, in july. April is really not convenient because it is the wettest month of the year and for lovers of the beach and the sea there is no worse news than rain.

From its port depart the cruises heading to Greece, Croatia, Montenegro or Albania.

Positano

La Amalfi Coast It is always a great destination. It is the classic postcard of all the beauty that Italy can be and among the many coastal towns that are here, Positano is undoubtedly the pearl. Have night life, good gastronomy, good wines and the best viewsyes If you rent a Vespa you will have the best time.

Of course, it is not a cheap destination but you can always get by spending little. It's a good idea visit Positano in spring, between May and June, always trying not to go in high season because there are so many people and prices go through the roof.

Matera

It is well in the south of the country and It is not a very big city. If we compare Matera with other more popular Italian cities, it will seem small and with few tourists, but that is the idea sometimes, isn't it?

Matera it's great the warmer months, between May and Octoberbecause it doesn't rain much.

Palermo

Palermo is one of the most beautiful cities in Sicily, is in fact its cultural and economic capital and has everything for tourists. Their Markets They are great, especially Capo and Vucciria, with fresh products and many souvenirs to buy and give away.

Between April and June the visit is recommended., when the days are warm but not oppressive.

Obviously this list only gathers some of the most beautiful cities in Italy. there are so many others!

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