Most beautiful places in ItalyCinque TerreCinque Terre, a town of five villages is one of the iconic highlightsof Italy’s western coastline. The five villages namely- Riomaggiore, Manarola, Corniglia, Vernazza, Monterossoare isolated from the rest of Italy by the surrounding looming mountainouscliffs. This picturesque location is best accessible by train. Each villageoffers a unique perspective of Italy’s emerald green waters and cliffs, soit serves well to make time to visit all of these villages.Moreabout Cinque TerreFlorenceThe birthplace of Rennaissance, Florence undoubtedly garners a place inItaly’s most beautiful places with its historic buildings and piazzas. Locatedin the Tuscany region, Florence with its overload of art culture is going toimpress any art lover.
Moreabout FlorenceVeniceConsidered one of Italy’s famous landmarks doesn’tmake Venice any less beautiful, but more touristy perhaps. Apart from itsbeautiful churches, St. Marks square and the Venetian carnival, what setsVenice apart, undoubtedly is its canals. Imagine gliding through the canals inVenice in one of the gondolas all the while indulging in the stunning views ofthe town.
Makes you want to go there, doesn’t it?Moreabout VeniceVeronaThere is so much history in every part of Italy andVerona is no different. Well known as a location where William Shakespeare setRomeo and Juliet, however Verona has so much more to offer thanthat. Verona with its historic churches, and piazzas, and castles no doubtmakes it to most beautiful places in Italy. More about Verona SardiniaThe second largest island in the Mediterranean,Sardinia has everything Italy is known for and more. Be it art or delectabledishes or crystal clear beaches or volcanic terrains, or dazzling cities,whatever you are looking for, you are bound to find it in Sardinia. Thispicture perfect island which is home to over 7000 ancient archaeological sites,effortlessly makes it to the list of most beautiful places in Italy.
Moreabout SardiniaSienaTrue to its UNESCO designation, Siena is theembodiment of the medieval city. Well known for its horse race – il Palio,Siena is one of the lovely Tuscan towns not to be missed while visiting Italy.Moreabout Siena RomeIt will be a sin if Rome is not included in Italy’smost beautiful places. With its innumerable churches, historic sites, andruins, Italy’s largest city is a treasure trove for a history or art lover.
Ifyou are spending a few days or few weeks, you are bound to feel that youhaven’t soaked in the essence of Rome. Such is the appeal of Rome, and therewon’t be any dearth of locations to visit in Rome.More aboutRomeAlberobelloLocated in the south-east corner of Italy in Pugliaregion, Alberobello has to be Itlay’s most unique town. It stands out for itstrullo buildings – whitened dry stone huts with pointed roofs. Indigenous tothis part of Puglia, Alberobello is a UNESCO world heritage site.Moreabout Alberobello