Italy is one of the most popular destinations in Europe; it is the birthplace of Renaissance art, home to fascinating cities, magical countryside, pizza, the gorgeous Amalfi coast and posh designer labels. Its ability to attract all kinds of people, the young and the old alike is not a mystery; it lies in the fact that Italy has something for everyone.
Rome is one of the major destinations in Italy and it is soaked in history, culture and some of the most breathtaking ancient architectural wonders. Some of the places you must visit as you roam the streets of Roam include the Trevi Fountain, the Sistine Chapel and the Ancient Roman Forum. In the rolling countryside of Tuscany, visit Florencev – the birthplace of Renaissance art and home to the Duomo Cathedral with its ancient yet glamorous architecture. Tuscany is also the home to mouthwatering cuisine and the premier wine region in the country; take a sip of local red wine in some of the most picturesque locations in Italy. If you are on the lookout for a foodie destination, think no further than Cinque Terre, made of five sleepy fishing villages and local cafes offering local cuisine. Soak up the history of Abruzzo, which boasts of some of the best-preserved ancient towns in Italy.
This boot shaped country has so much variety, whether you want a beach holiday, countryside experience or to soak up its history, you only have to pick your spot and get there. The only question is, how long can you afford to stay?