When we are talking about delicious food, outstanding architecture, mesmerizing art and fashion – yes, we are talking about Italy. A country with vast history and tradition, throughout the years has been a main center of the development of many forms of art and culture.
So, if you are a travel addict, we warmly recommend the following cities:
Gucci, Prada, Versace, Armani, Dolce & Gabbana are attracting many tourists because the fashion and the design are a way of life in Milan. Many people from all over the Europe are shopping right in Milan. Aside the fashion, art can be found around as well. The city also is famous because of the opera house Teatro alla Scala. Also, it is a home to one of the most important art pieces – “The Last Supper” by Leonardo da Vinci.
Placed under the volcano Mount Vesuvius, it is one of the biggest cities in Italy and is considered the most important city in the south. Throughout the medieval era, Naples has been a city-state, but nowadays is mostly recognized by the pizza and the architecture.
Very unusual, medieval Italian city that will steal your breath. It is a home to the oldest university in the World. High towers, imposing buildings and open squares decorate the city. Because of the big amount of students, the city contains plenty of youthful spirit and positive energy.
P.S. Guess where the Bolognese sauce comes from?
The most underrated Italian city for sure. It is a port city and the capital of northwest Italy’s Liguria region. The city abounds with high buildings in striking colors, steep roads and charming side streets. But, on the other hand, the coast is a real gem.
Florence is the World centre of the renaissance. The mighty dynasty of Medici have established really high standards which can be seen today. The reach art and architecture are the characteristic of the city. Visit the Duomo cathedral, the Uffizi gallery and the squares. Visit a traditional restaurant and enjoy the city with a glass of wine.
Verona is the fourth most visited city in Italy. With rich cultural heritage going back to the 13th century, the city often is referred as “Little Rome”. The most attractive locations are the Verona Arena where you can watch an outdoor opera, Juliet’s house and the magnificent churches.
Based on the hills of the Alps, Turin is a city you should not miss visiting. The city has an outstanding infrastructure. As soon as you get on the streets you will be enthralled. The antique buildings and the baroque architecture will leave you short of words. So, if you want to experience the tender Italian ambient, then Turin is a real deal for you. The city is both romantic and contemporary, modern and traditional.
To sum up, if you are both lover of tradition, art, culture and fashion, food and nightlife – then Italy is the real destination for you.