Italy! The Destination of Pasta, Pizza and Roman Empire!
Italy is famous for the ancient Roman Empire, Italian pizza, pasta, ice cream and opera but most of all for its stunning cities.
Italy is an ancient and mountainous country that varies from the Alps to the central Mediterranean Sea. Its main economic sectors are tourism, fashion, engineering, chemicals, automobiles and food. Tourism is one of Italy's fastest growing and most profitable industrial sectors, with estimated revenue of over hundred billions.
If you thinking of a trip to Italy then book your cheap tickets now and discover the beauty and culture of the Italian cities. There are few Italian cities like Rome, Milan, Florence, Naples and Venice that stand out as the best that Italy has to offer - full of rich history, world-class museums, incredible architecture, palaces and churches.
Rome – It is a capital city of Italy, with over two thousand years of history. Most of the significant historical places of Western Civilization are found in Rome, such as, the Colosseum, the Spanish Steps, the Sistine Chapel, and the Trevi Fountain. Rome has developed from being the center of the Roman Empire to a thoroughly modern European city. The crazy traffic, the frenetic pace of life and, the speed with which Romans speak provide sheer speed of the place, and one of the richest in the European Union.
Milan - is Italy's second richest city. Milan's strength rests in its world-famous fashion industry, sports, music, art, and, of course, its business and finance centers. World famous opera performance at La Scala is a must for tourist and an A.C. Milan football match.
Milan speaks of history from Napoleon's rule, older sights such as, Milan Cathedral, Da Vinci's 'The Last Supper' at the Convent of Santa Maria delle Grazie, and wanders Milan's famous Piazza del Duomo.
Venice –Venice is Italy's most attractive city with amazing architecture, built on more than hundred islands, very Romantic and with passageways and canals. The favorite spots are Piazza San Marco and St. Mark's Campanile.
Florence - Florence is a United Nations world heritage site, famous for its fashion districts and its world-renowned Chianti wine. It is home to the famous Ponte Vecchio (Old Bridge), Florence Cathedral, the Medici Chapel, the Ufizzi Gallery, and the Boboli Gardens.
Naples - One of Italy's most spectacular cities, due to its location on the Gulf of Naples and close to two volcanoes, Naples is severely close to Mount Vesuvius and the once glorious city of Pompeii.
Almost three thousand years old, Naples is one of the world's oldest cities so exploring history here is a must. Visit the Medieval Castell dell'Ovo, the old square the Piazza del Plebiscito, and the Naples Archaeological Museum. Famous foods of Naples are Neapolitan ice cream, the Margherita pizza and gelato ice cream.
Italy, also known for ‘Leaning tower of Pisa’ - The Leaning Tower is not only known for its beautiful looks, but more so for its heavy tilt and is a major tourist attraction. It is one of the heaviest leaning towers in the world.
Italy is the fifth most visited country in the world, and also holds the most World Heritage Sites than any other country in the world.
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