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- 1Italy4.5346 reviews
People always ask me why I don't LOVE Florence. I think it is an amazing city, but it is a bit on the touristy side, at least for my tastes, and the crowds that never cease can sometimes be daunting and frustrating. But one visit to the city, and you will understand immediately why people flock there. There is so ...
- 2Italy4.5112 reviews
Though it was raining the entire time we were there, we still loved the town of Siena. Siena is encompassed by a wall, and most of the streets inside that wall do not allow motorized vehicles. It's great! I love the pedestrian cobblestone streets.
- 3Italy4.51161 reviews
While I had the privilege of living in Rome for four years and getting to know it really well, I'd recommend it for a vacation anytime. The mix of amazing food and layers of history is truly unique. If you can, give yourself more than the standard 3 day highlights tour and start to explore the secret bits of Rome-catacombs, ...
- 4Italy4.5681 reviews
It's quite fantastic when you come to Venice even alone. I believe everyone feel happy and joyful around here.
- 5Italy4174 reviews
The place you love to hate. This is probably the most intense city in Italy, for better or worse. It's definitely worth to explore it for a few days and experience all its perks and contradictions as well as some of the best food and sights the country has to offer.
- 6Italy523 reviews
Vernazza has so many colorful buildings, just like the other villages of Cinque Terre, but it also has a distinct bay that differentiates it from the other villages, as well as a small rocky beach. Vernazza is a great place to explore, experience culture, meet people, eat, hike, relax, and enjoy beauty.
- 7Italy4.527 reviews
There is a perfect spot in Riomaggiore right where the buildings meet the water, with a great view of the village and the ocean. We just perched ourselves on the rocks after a long hike and snoozed a bit. It was beautiful, relaxing, and wonderful. Something that distinguishes Riomaggiore from the other villages is it's very accessible boat dock. A ...
- 8Italy4343 reviews
Milan is Italy's business-y city. It's more gray than Rome, and much colder. However, you can see opera at La Scala, and stroll through the center, marvelling at the intricate sculptures decorating the Duomo. If you go in for designer shopping, it's definitely on offer. Make sure to stop for an aperitivo (drinks and snacks before dinner) which is a ...
- 9Italy4.548 reviews
Up spiraling hills you climb, in search of views and towers. San Gimignano is drop-dead-gorgeous and perhaps the most popular day trip from Florence or Siena. The historic and walled little city on a hill is great for an afternoon of exploring. Check online or at the bus station to purchase tickets.
- 10Italy4.519 reviews
Monterosso has a HUGE beach, which is the village's main identifier from the other four villages. The water is gorgeous and there are restaurants all up and down the beachfront. Lying on the beach was so relaxing and the big rock in the water at the edge of the beach is a great place to climb up and just take ...
- 11Italy4.511 reviews
Corniglia is the highest and smallest village in Cinque Terre, which sits on the top of a 100 meter hill overlooking the sea. There are vineyards everywhere you look in the surrounding hills, and a great view of the water. There are only about 4 (or maybe less) restaurants here, all serving about the same thing - Italian seafood. It ...
- 12Italy4.512 reviews
An incredible hill town in Tuscany, here they pour the world famous red wine brunello di montalcino. Buses leave from Siena and take a little over an hour. Great day trip and a wine tasting mecca. Vino rosso per-fa-vor-e!
- 13Italy4.53 reviews
If you're looking for a sexy little trip outside of Rome one day, Frascati is not a bad choice. Only about 40 minutes outside of the city (I used to go with my boyfriend on his motorino even) the town, which is part of the Castelli Romani area, is sweet. It's known for lightly sparkling white wine. I recommend buying ...
- 14Italy51 review
Beeing a Red Cross member for 20 years coming to Solferino was a great experience. The atmosphere, the people, the food and not to forget the historical walks on the fields. Amazing.
- 15Italy3.532 reviews
Rimini is a sea-side resort city of about 150,000 people, most famous for it's 15 km-long stretch of sandy beach. Rimini's history reaches back to Roman town's and there are historic buildings and remnants around town. Rimini is a great base to visit San Marino.
- 16Italy45 reviews
Great mountain views hiking paths mountain climbing outdoor fun. Restaurants all have good food and walking the town is an exciting experience great day trip if u visit Venice.
- 17Italy4.598 reviews
Pompeii was much more amazing than I had expected. The ancient city itself is perfectly preserved, giving you a deep look back into the past - with painted murals, mosaics, perfectly preserved kitchens with pottery. They also have plaster casts of the people who were caught when the volcano exploded. You can see their actual looks of terror, mouths open, ...
- 18Italy4.547 reviews
One of my favorite cities in Italy! Check out this view of the city... You can see the the city's cathedral in the background as well.
- 19Italy4.57 reviews
Take a ferry to the Tuscan Island of Elba and get away from the press of Florence and Rome. Elba has nearly 100 named beaches, camping, and all kinds waterfront hotels. Swim, kayak, hike, snorkel, fish, sail, hike, climb. Then spend the evening strolling the waterfront boulevards and do a bit of shopping before you settle in for some great ...
- 20Italy47 reviews
Often overlooked in favour of Naples, Salerno is one of the earthiest Italian cities. And the water is so crystal clear. Do swim off the jetty or just enjoy the sunshine.