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Everyone dreams of visiting Italy. It’s hard to imagine a country with such a historical, cultural, and natural landscape. A tour from north to south will guide you through some of the most diverse scenaries, attractions, scents and flavors you will ever be able to experience: in all senses!
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Rome, known as the Eternal City because it was once the capital of the world, is now one of the top destinations around the world. Probably, its most famous monument is the Colosseum, located in the archaeological heart of the city where you can also visit the Roman Forum. But Rome is also home to the Vatican City, which hosts St. Peter’s and the famous Sistine Chapel. Squares are also unforgettable sights of Rome such as the Spanish Steps, Piazza Navona and the Pantheon, and the square of the Trevi Fountain. Do not miss the Galleria Borghese, one of the best museums in Rome.
Florence is a city of incomparable beauty. Birthplace of the Renaissance as well as of great and famous artists like Arnolfo di Cambio who designed the church of Santa Maria del Fiore, commonly known as Duomo, and Santa Croce, where genius such as Galileo and Michelangelo were buried. Other artistic symbols of the city are the Uffizi Gallery and the Accademia Gallery which houses the famous David. History and art works are also showcased at Pitti Palace, former residence of the Grand Dukes of Tuscany and later of the kings of Italy. Do not miss the Palazzo Vecchio, Florence town hall since the Middle Ages, which is among the most famous attractions of Florence.
Milan is globally considered the city of fashion and shopping. Its Fashion District is one of the most prestigious areas in the world with famous jewelers, boutiques and designer showrooms and furniture. But Milan is also rich in beauty and artistic works. The Duomo, symbol of the city, the Church of Santa Maria delle Grazie and the Last Supper and the Brera Art Gallery, an antique and modern art national gallery. Do not miss the Navigli area, full of romantic and charming bars. Just 50Km, Lake Como is another beauty easily accessible from Milan.
Venice, the City of Water, is universally considered the most romantic city in the world. You cannot say to having seen Venice without doing a gondola tour on the Grand Canal to admire the Rialto Bridge and discover Venice hidden corners. Visit the Basilica of San Marco, the most majestic Venetian monuments, and Palazzo Ducale, a masterpiece of Venetian Gothic art. Other must-see attractions are the Bridge of Sighs, mingling death and beauty, and the Accademia Gallery, which gathers the best collection of Venetian and Veneto art.