Known as one of the most regal examples of a cathedral; the Duomo Santa Maria del Fiore showcases beautiful Tuscan Romanesque architecture. Including the magnificent dome of the cathedral, it stands 82 meters tall, peaking in a viewing platform that offers striking views of the red Florence rooftops.
Rome’s history and its culture are not only its past but its very identity. With more than 2800 years of history, Rome is full of archeological wonders like the Colosseum and the Roman Forum. However, even with its uncountable monuments, what strikes people about the city is the gravity of standing inside the Colosseum.
La Torre Pendente has been an astounding attraction in the city of Pisa, but in an ironic twist, the beautiful structure was made famous for its eponymous flaw. Even though the tower was predicted to fall by 2000, restoration work has not only kept it standing but allowed visitors to climb the stairs of the building.
Once the seat of power for a powerful military empire, Rome is now a cornucopia of immense historical monuments, beautifully curated museums to preserve artifacts, and even now-ongoing archeological digs. Read on to find the best spots to visit in Rome.
In a country whose identity revolves around its rich history, Milan is Italy's food, fashion, and art capital. It combines Roman architecture with modern neo-Roman structures for a unique feel. Let’s have a look at what Milan has to offer its tourists.
Naples is a chaotic place and yet a thoroughly enjoyable one. The city is known for its hospitality and its food, promising a lively, cheerful alternative to the severe auras of Rome or Venice. Let's know more about the memorable locations in Naples!
Known as the Queen of Adriatic, Venice is a city of wonders, filled to brim with attractions and enchanting little corners. Without getting lost in the canal-side passageways and experiencing all that Venice offers, here are some of the must-see spots.
Out of all Italian cities, Florence needs no introduction. This grand city is famed for being the birthplace of both the Renaissance movement. Are you thinking about visiting Florence? Read on to know what are some of the must-see spots in Florence!
The busiest seaport, Genoa, is a must-see destination for anybody touring Italy. Museums all over the city showcase its preservation and recordings of maritime history. If you’re thinking of visiting the city, here are some of the must-visit destinations!