Italy is one of the most popular travel destinations for travelers and is well suited for diverse vacations of all kinds - romantic vacations, children's vacations, holidays for cultural and art lovers and of course great trips for lovers of fine dining. The variety of experiences that Italy offers is endless, and it's hard to decide which is more beautiful: the wonderful Italian cities or the charming views. An ideal trip will combine both, and will of course include plenty of local wine and unparalleled Italian food.
For a traveler looking for an urban holiday - Rome is a great destination. The city was the capital of the ancient Roman empire, where the governors of the empire sat and ran its affairs. Today, Rome, which sits on the banks of the River Tiber, is the governing center of Italy and is a world tourist attraction.
The world famous Coliseum has become a symbol of the city. It is the largest building that remains in ancient Rome and can be impressed by its dimensions and intensity even today, after all the hardships it has undergone. Other attractions in the city are the famous Trevi Fountain, the Spanish Steps, the Piazza Navona, the Pantheon, the Capitol Hill museums, various churches and of course the Catholic Christianity Center on Earth, the Vatican. A stroll through the city streets, a cup of coffee in one of the charming cafes or a good Italian meal with ice cream for dessert - these are great delights in their own right, waiting for you here.
One of the most famous and beautiful areas of Italy is Tuscany, which is blessed with green landscapes of vineyards and olive trees, soft and round hills, ancient cities, romantic villas and small villages. One can easily spend a week and more here, hiking in the countryside between the cities of Siena, Pisa, Lucca and San Geminiano, and end a tasting trip in the province of Chianti, the homeland of the finest local wine. Florence - The impressive city lies on the banks of the River Arno in the heart of Tuscany and has a dizzying amount of artwork (including David, Michelangelo's famous sculpture), spectacular churches and wonderful museums. More in the area - Pisa, the city of the famous slanting tower; Siena, whose ancient center is beautifully preserved, and San Gimignano with its many mysterious towers.
In northern Italy don't miss the lakeside area, a great destination for family vacations with plenty of attractions, biking and theme parks, and the dramatic mountain ranges - the Italian Alps and the Dolomites, both of which will offer plenty of opportunities for nature activities: hiking and biking, parachuting sites and paragliding Excellent skiing.
Milan - a world leader in fashion and design and a great destination for shopping for designer clothes, shoes and jewelry. You should also visit Boruna, the city of Romeo and Juliet where many Roman antiques.
Venice - the beautiful and romantic canal city, an ideal destination for a romantic vacation. In the winter, during the famous masquerade carnival, visitors from all over the world flock to it.