Italy is located in the heart of the Mediterranean Sea with its 61 million citizens, and shares boarders with France, Switzerland, Slovenia, Austria, Vatican City and San Marino.
Italy is cultural and historical in every kind of way, and is filled with stunning architectures and landscapes – and not to forget, an amazing gastronomy.
Florence in Toscana offers a wealth of cultural and architectural sights. Lots of people talk about the special atmosphere prevailing in Florence, which makes everyone fall in love with the city and makes them return over and over again. Florence is best experiences on foot through the old town.
Pisa in Toscana is undoubtedly best known for its learning tower, Torre Pendente. The tower of Pisa has almost become an icon of the city, and the tower’s 4.5 meters’ slope can’t do anything else than impress. Although the most impressive might be that the tower is still standing there. Recently, the slope has been adjusted slightly, and it’s now possible to get up in the tower – but only in smaller groups at a time.
This city Is a favorite for lots of people, when it comes to city holidays.
Bologna is placed in the northern Italy and have the right size for a 3-4 day stay. It is a cozy city with a very stunning atmosphere, and it offers plenty of historical and cultural attractions, as well as excellent shopping opportunities and lovely restaurants.
In Rome, you can find several of stunning historical attractions.
There is no other Italian city that can compete with Rome. You can visit cultural Florence, Venice, Sicilian, Palermo etc. But you will for sure return to Rome time after time. This is due not only to the unique cultural heritage of the city, but also its charm and popularity, which strangely live side by side with the capital’s magnificence and luxury. You can travel to Rome the whole year around, but no matter how many times you will travel, you will be able to discover new sides of the city every time and get back to the old known places.
Colosseum, which is the great fascinating amphitheater, located in the heart of Rome and is one of the largest Roman architectural works ever.