Italy Trips - Tourist Information Hotels and Holiday Reservations
The charm of Italy comes from all its treasures and attractions, packaged in a beautiful country of high mountains, beautiful lakes, gorgeous islands, splendid modern cities and fairytale tiny villages. The pleasant climate plus warm people turn Italy into a perfect tourist destination for great vacation, as well as an attractive place for the business travelers.
Almost every region across Italy has its quaint hill towns, picturesque villages and countryside, modern art cities, ancient sites and ruins, excellent wines and of course exceptional food. It is simply an incredible country and that is why Italy is one of the most popular tourist destinations world-wide.
Of course we cannot mention Rome - the cosmopolitan heart of the Roman civilization, once under the Roman Empire, all roads actually did lead to that popular ancient city. The city of Rome later turned into a pilgrimage site after it was made the Holy See. In the fifteenth century many scholars and artists of the Renaissance were attracted by the Italy’s burgeoning centers of art and learning. Later, 200-300 years ago, what we would call “contemporary” tourism began.
Active Holidays in Italy
For the active holidaymakers Italy offers a great range of atractions and activities to choose from, when one wants to gain fresh strength, sights and energy from your adventures and activities, which are available pretty much across the country.
Italy Art Cities
The exceptional artistic legacy of Italy, hardly compared with anywhere in the world, is not only displayed by the major cities and their renowned museums. Actually, one can say there is no city in Italy, still modest, which does not offer some interesting art for its visitors. But, many of the Italian cities can be considered as real treasures, thanks to the impressive and valuable works of art they have.
Italian Cuisine & Wines
The gentle lifestyle of Italians is pretty popular and partly comes as a result of their civilized eating habits - eating and drinking in a total tranquility once a day are a norm in Italy.
Alternative Tourism in Italy
For those how want to have a different vacation, Italy offers an excellent diversity of opportunities for the lovers of alternative tourism forms. Would you try your hands at pottery or blowing glass craft? Why not experience ancient music classes or test yourself in cooking traditional Italian dishes? Or maybe learning Italian? Actually, the alternative tourism is pretty popular across Italy, so it only depends on what are you interested to or how extreme you are feeling right now...
Thermal Waters & Spa Resorts of Italy
Not secret for many of you - Italy has a culture connecting spas and thermal health waters throughout the history of mankind. Ideas and particular spa resorts where to spend your leisure time, proposing a new kind of holiday looking after your body and soul health are found below.
Ancient castles, contemporary hotels, cosy villas and magnificent holiday resorts - Italy offers a great choice of excellent localities and venues, all perfectly equipped, for a pleasant combination of both work and pleasure!
Useful Information About Italy:
Capital of Italy: Rome
Italy Area: 301302 sq. km
Italy Population: 57888245
Italian Currency: Euro (EUR)
Italy Tourist Attractions and Places of Interest:
Most Interesting Ruins in Italy:
The Roman Forum (Rome), The Colosseum (Rome), Palatine Hill (Rome), Selinunte (Sicily), Hadrian's Villa (Villa Adriana) (near Tivoli), The Valley of the Temples (Sicily), Segesta (Sicily), Ostia Antica (near Rome), Herculaneum (Campania), Paestum (Campania), Pompeii (Campania).
Italy Best Cathedrals:
St. Peter's Basilica (Rome), The Duomo of Florence, The Duomo of Milan, The Duomo of Siena, The Duomo of Orvieto, Basilica di San Francesco (Assisi), St. Mark's Basilica (Venice).
Italy Best Romantic Getaways:
Todi, Spoleto, Taormina, Bellagio, Ravello, Capri.
Cities and resorts in Italy we will provide with tourist information and hotel accommodation reservations:
Acireale, Agrigento, Alberobello and the Trulli District, Amalfi, Aosta, Arezzo, Asolo, Assisi, Bagheria, Bassano del Grappa, Bergamo, Bologna, Bordighera, Bozen, Brixen, Camogli, Capri, Catania, Cefalu, Chiusi, Cortina d'Ampezzo, Cortona, Courmayeur and Entreves, Erice, Ferrara, Fiesole, Florence, Foggia, Genoa, Giardini-Naxos, Gubbio, Ischia
Lecce, Livorno, Lucca, Mantua, Marsala, Martina Franca, Massa Marittima, Meran, Messina, Milan, Modena, Mondello, Monopoli, Monreale, Monsummano Terme, Montalcino, Montepulciano, Naples, Noto, Orvieto, Padua, Paestum, Palermo, Parma, Perugia, Piazza, Armerina, Pienza, Pisa, Pistoia, Pompeii, Portofino, Positano, Prato, Ragusa, Rapallo, Ravello, Ravenna, Rome, San Gimignano, San Remo, Sansepolcro, Santa Margherita Ligure,
Segesta, Selinunte, Siena, Solunto, Sorrento, Spoleto, Syracuse and Ortygia Island, Taormina,
Taranto, Termini Imerese, The Cinque Terre, The Gargano Peninsula and the Tremiti Islands,
The Phlaegrean Fields and Herculaneum, The Riviera del Brenta, Todi, Trapani, Trent, Treviso, Trieste, Turin, Udine, Ustica, Venice, Ventimiglia, Verona, Vicenza, Volterra.
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