- 41Italy9 reviews
Beautiful city. The food is great, the women are beautiful and everybody is very kind. The transportation can be expensive and the traffic is really heavy. Very organized city. The downtown is beautiful. If you enjoy soccer, you should hit the stadium. It's massive.
- 42Italy16 reviews
2nd loveliest city in the world...
- 43Italy11 reviews
The ruins here are remarkable, and the historic town center is underrated.
- 44Italy34 reviews
a holiday with one best friend i 2 weeks
- 45Italy2 reviews
This charming seaside town has a little bit of everything you need for a vacation on the Mediterranean. It's got easy access to beaches, great restaurants, kayaking, hiking trails, shopping, evening performances and boat tours. Yet, it holds on to it's village charm. And it's got a great harbor for international sailors.
- 46Italy10 reviews
Ancient city with dwellings built right into the caves. These dwellings are 5000 years old. Matera also is known as the "shame of Italy" for another set of dwellings. Worth researching. Today there is much renovation changing this tale of two cities.
- 47Italy22 reviews
Bellagio is a picture perfect little town on Lake Como brought to an extra degree of fame by fortune of George Clooney making (one of) his homes here. Still, slightly touristy though it can be, it offers enough charm and small art galleries to balance itself into a worthy afternoon's stroll.
- 48Italy2 reviews
A really nice town built among great and impressive mountains, known as "Pale di San Martino". For people loving mountains this is a perfect vacation destination both durin summer and winter. It is a very quiet town, the main things you could do are climbing, walking through beautiful forests and rocks, or skiing during winter time. sightseeing are really something ...
- 49Italy22 reviews
Arezzo has fewer tourists than Florence and Siena, despite the fact that it has wonderful museums (the Etruscan museum is one of the best in Italy) and fabulous food. Don't miss the miraculous Madonna (who now and then 'visits' other areas of the province), the Piero della Francesa fresco cycle (newly restored) and the house of Giorgio Vasari, celebrated architect, ...
- 50Italy6 reviews
Stresa offers lots of accommodation and eating options for a visitor as it has long had the status of a resort town on Lago Maggiore. But not a lot of interesting history seems to be apparent. The views are beautiful and the evening air was fragrant.
- 51Italy1 review
- 52Italy11 reviews
Referred to as the city of mosaics, Ravenna is probably the best location in Emilia Romagna to admire its art, culture and history. Of course, being in Italy art, culture and history are everywhere you turn your sight, but Ravenna holds a great part of the antique Byzantine architecture. Eight are the monuments enlisted by the UNESCO as recognized historical ...
- 53Italy27 reviews
Genoa or Genova was Gayle and my last stop during our recent Italy vacation. This City is not to be confused with Genoa Nevada, where many members of Gayle's extended family live. We took the train in from Cinque Terre in the afternoon and flew out the next day. In between, we walked around, enjoyed the many cozy streets of ...
- 54Italy25 reviews
- 55Italy2 reviews
Beautiful commune in the province of Sondrio in Lombardy. Great all year around but especially famous for skiing and the baths. Be sure to take a few days to explore the area. Best in July and August.
- 56Italy11 reviews
La famosissima città dei Trulli, una delle cose più caratteristiche della Puglia
- 57Italy14 reviews
We were in Gubbio last summer, and I want to recommend a restaurant, but feel guilty 'cos the card I kept got lost so the name of the Restaurant is gone. But its easy to find, because one of the Gubbio 'things to do' is to go up the hill on the little (max. 2 person) cable car. At the ...
- 58Italy19 reviews
The view from above was breathtaking. You must hike the walking path!
- 59Italy23 reviews
Noble Palaces Tour Discover the most beautiful historical noble dwellings in the Upper-town dated back to seventeen and eighteen century. Enter the private and intimate spaces of the Counts Moroni Family and Marchesi Terzi Family. Live the charming atmosphere of a Barocco and Rococo style building where everything is still perfectly conserved as it was in the past. Both the ...
- 60Italy4 reviews
Hands down one of my favorite hilltowns in Umbria. Great views, chock full of fabulous wine bars (this is Sagrantino country), a picture-perfect piazza, and one of the best restaurants (L'Alchimista) around.