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Italy Tours

A Journey Back in Time to Ancient Roman

Italy Overview

No other country in the world offers such a countless amount of works of art as Italy. Its gorgeous architecture, breathtaking landscapes, and world-famous cuisine that year after year keep Italy among the most visited countries in the world. Feel the splendor of the Roman Empire at the Colosseum, travel back to the Renaissance in the Sistine Chapel, navigate the canals of Venice on a gondola and walk through the ruins of Pompeii at the foot of Mount Vesuvius. Italy has everything you can dream of, from hiking in the Alps to swimming in the Mediterranean. You will fall in love with its art and fashion.
    CAPITAL Rome
    SEP - NOV
    LANGUAGE Italian

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Best Places to Visit in Italy


Rome, the largest city in Italy, is where the Roman Empire was founded, which has a history dating back over 2,500 years. Because of its glorious past, Rome is referred to as the "Eternal City." Moreover, with hundreds of churches and monasteries, seven Catholic universities, and the Vatican City, the seat of the Pope and the Holy See, Rome is the center of the Catholic Church worldwide. From the 14th through the 16th century, Rome was a major Italian Renaissance center and it still retains a considerable amount of Renaissance and Baroque city scale. In 1980, the historic urban areas of Rome was listed as a World Heritage Site. From Rome to Florence via Tuscany to Venice, Italy's vast tourist treasure is full of endless possibilities for itineraries for your dream vacation.


    Venice is called the "Pearl of the Adriatic Sea" for its numerous waterways, gorgeous architecture, paintings, and sculptures. If you come between early February and early March, you’ll also experience the Venice Carnival, one of the oldest and biggest carnivals in the world.

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    Formerly the hub of European art, Florence is known for its Santa Maria del Fiore Cathedral, Uffizi Gallery, Michelangelo's David, etc. Many travelers also like to flock to the neighboring city of Pisa for the Leaning Tower of Pisa, whose tilt is still growing by 1 millimeter per year.


    This seaside town is perched on cliffs and surrounded by mulberry, lemon, orange, and olive trees. Wine and seafood are among its primary production. Ancient monasteries, medieval sculptures, and paintings are also present here. Have you still got an excuse to stay away?


    It was the second-most prosperous city after Rome as early as the 8th century BC, and it had a colosseum, a theater, and many amusement facilities, which fascinated numerous visitors. However, the city was ruthlessly erased from the map when Mount Vesuvius abruptly erupted.

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