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About the country

Italy is rich in resources. It has it all: amazing cities, ancient ruins, excellent museums, soaring mountains, great beaches, and stunning natural landscapes. It's no surprise that it's on many people's bucket lists.

Italy's history spans millennia. Historic Italian towns such as Rome will show you massive traces of a strong ancient empire, the Papal state, and Renaissance aristocratic families, whilst smaller cities such as Florence will transport you to the Middle Ages. People admire Italy for numerous reasons, including the richness of its culture and its vast historical legacy.

Many people have been captivated by Italy's rich history of art and architecture. The country is well-known for producing world-changing artists, architects, engineers, and innovators. Florence's elegant streetscapes, Rome's beautifully preserved Colosseum, the incredible painted ceiling of the Sistine Chapel and the perfect marble dome of St Peter's Cathedral in Vatican City, Venice's beautiful arched bridges over its canals, and Positano's postcard-perfect tiers of colorful cottages are just a few examples of what Italian art and architecture ought to provide.

Italy has the most UNESCO World Heritage Sites of any European country. It has 55 sites, 50 of which are cultural and five of which are natural. Italy is home to Pompeii, Herculaneum, and Torre Annunziata, as well as the ancient cities of Florence, Naples, and Rome, as well as the Dolomites.

Italy's magnificent coasts are lapped by five seas: the Mediterranean, Adriatic, Ionian, Tyrrhenian, and Ligurian. Except for Umbria, all 20 Italian regions have access to the sea

10 best places to visit in Italy :
  1. Rome

  2. Venice

  3. Florence

  4. Milan

  5. Naples

  6. Amalfi

  7. Cinque Terre

  8. Sardinia

  9. Lake Como

  10. Dolomites

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