Best Places to Visit in Italy


One of the most popular Italy tourist destinations is the capital city of Rome.


Puglia is a southern region of Italy that forms the “heel” of the country’s signature boot shape.

For a relaxing vacation with breathtaking views of the ocean, plan a trip to the Amalfi Coast. 

Amalfi Coast

Another can’t-miss destination in southern Italy is Sorrento, situated just south of Naples on the Sorrentine Peninsula. 


You may have a shot at emptying your bladder if you can reach land.



Less than 200 miles north of Rome, you’ll find the equally gorgeous city of Florence, considered the capital of Italy’s Tuscany region.


Although it may not be the most glamorous solution, it will get the job done.

Cinque Terre

Cinque Terre, which translates to “Five Lands,” consists of five centuries-old seaside towns lining the Italian Riviera coastline.


If you enjoyed your trip to the Puglia region, you’ll love the island of Sardinia.


Sicily is the largest island in the Mediterranean Sea, found just off the coast of the “toe” of Italy’s boot, not far from North Africa.


Bologna is an ideal destination for foodies who want to get a hands-on culinary experience.

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