10 sights of italy
If you are about to travel to Italy, you will love this section of the blog. You will find information about different destinations, itinerary ideas and data that will help you organize your trip to the Bel Paese and enjoy it without rushing.
You’ve decided to travel to Italy and now it’s difficult to choose the places to visit. Or rather, which ones to leave for your next trip. Italy is divided into 20 regions, each one is a world of its own. Not only historically and politically speaking, but they have different traditions. That’s why one of the options to organize a trip to Italy is to dedicate yourself to discover a particular region. I’m telling you that you will have to leave some things for your next trip. But who’s complaining, right?
I am one of those who believe that gastronomy is a fundamental part of the trip. Through flavors we can learn about the history, traditions and culture of a country. In every corner you visit in Italy you will find a gastronomic world to discover. In this section of the blog I will tell you which are the typical dishes you have to try and, in addition, I will share with you alternatives where to taste them.
Places to visit in italy rome
As did the viewers of France 3, who crowned Sancerre at the top of the Olympus of Gallic villages, millions of Italians succumbed to the charms of a town whose beauty is beyond doubt. An unmissable stop on any route along the Calabrian coast or the perfect destination for a relaxing getaway, Tropea is an intoxicating combination of sea, sun, art, culture, architecture, gastronomy and hospitality.
Beautiful landscapes Known as the Pearl of the Tyrrhenian Sea, Tropea is a town in the province of Vibo Valentia with less than seven thousand inhabitants, considered the jewel in the crown of the Costa degli Dei, the Italian Coast of the Gods. A privileged place, perched on a rock overlooking the sea, between the gulfs of Gioia and Santa Eufemia, it stands as a panoramic viewpoint overlooking the sea, in a beautiful setting that for centuries has enchanted all those who contemplate it.
Its landscapes are a succession of white sandy beaches, crystal clear waters and hills covered with typical Mediterranean vegetation. It is about a hundred kilometers from Messina and about 200 kilometers from Catania, both to the south; 325 kilometers from Palermo, to the southwest, and 425 kilometers from Naples, to the north.
Cities to visit in italy in summer
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The celebration of Christmas lasts until Epiphany, January 6, when La Befana is celebrated. Celebrations vary from city to city, with special highlights in Venice and Urbania in the Marche region. January is a great month for skiing in Italy, as many of the best resorts in the Alps and Dolomites are less crowded than in high season. On January 17, the feast of St. Anthony Abbot is celebrated in many towns in the north and center of the country. Bonfires, dances and toasts set the mood for the feast of the patron saint of butchers, domestic animals, basket makers and gravediggers.
In February, temperatures begin to rise, but it is still too early to put away your coat. The ski season reaches its peak coinciding with the school vacations, so the slopes are crowded. Temperatures range from 0°C in the Alps in the north to 15°C in the sunnier south.
Lecce has an unmistakable style. With its monuments, dating back to Roman times and, above all, the extraordinary buildings of the seventeenth century with the characteristic color of its local stone that tends to blond. The atmosphere is lively and sparkling. During the day, you can spend hours in the sun on its beaches, which are just a few kilometers from the city. At night, the old town will welcome you with its elegant and timeless narrow streets and, of course, its delicious restaurants.
It was the cradle of the Renaissance and the world capital of art in the 15th century. It has one of the most important historical centers and some of the most famous museums in the world. Surrounding it is one of the most emblematic and characteristic landscapes on the planet. Everything in Florence is spectacular: from the stores to the streets that lead to the hills immediately behind the most touristic areas; from the most genuine and popular neighborhoods, which emerge just outside the historic center, to the monuments that express its soul.