- 1Italy1170 reviews
One of the world's great cities. Incredible combination of ancient and modern. Lively neighborhoods, great local cuisine, and something for almost everyone in terms of history, culture and archaeology.
- 2Italy62 reviews
One of the world's greatest cities. Can be crowded in summer, but spring and autumn are spectacular! But any which way you slice it, Rome has to be on your bucket list.
- 3Italy690 reviews
It might be a bit of a stretch in ten days, but Venice is one of the most unique places on earth. You could train there from Florence or Rome easily enough. If you want a cheap place to stay, you might want to try Craigslist. Also, when you're in Rome you can frequently find apartments in which to stay ...
- 4Italy347 reviews
With its red-roofed buildings along the Arno backdropped by rolling hills, it’s no wonder this Renaissance city leaves visitors love-struck. Art lovers fall for Florence’s classic architecture and masterful Michelangelos, while foodies adore the authentic Tuscan cuisine and stone’s-throw jaunts to the Chianti countryside. Don’t Miss: Jaw-dropping skyline vistas from the Giardini Bardini, or essential souvenir shopping in the charming ...
- 5Italy17 reviews
Although Venice is sinking every year but I hope it can remains the same as no other place like this.
- 6Italy356 reviews
Other than the Major attraction Milan is just another big grungy city with tons of tourists. I was not amazed by the food. The Duomo is unique and worth while…the Central Park is the other primary reasons to go.
- 7Italy12 reviews
- 8Italy23 reviews
- 910 reviews
Love or hate the catholic church, the Vatican as a tourist destination is incredible. Despite the crowds, a must-see... but so overrun than once is enough, especially in the summer.
- 10Italy177 reviews
The grundge of New York subways, high unemployment, low wages, the street garbage of Delhi minus the wandering water buffalo--Naples has it all. People are generally unhelpful (non-Italian speakers get "the look", as in "moron"), so getting around is a bit of a challenge. I confess, I didn't see most neighborhoods, so I'm sure my experiences leave out the places ...
- 11Italy29 reviews
If you want a Slow Food/Slow Travel/Slow City destination in which to live out the Italian la dolce vita, there is no better region than Umbria. With more 'slow' cities than anywhere else in Italy (six cities in one small region), Umbria is all about the joy of taking things slow. Plus, it's got everything you could want in a ...
- 12Italy60 reviews
One of my favorite places in the world, everywhere is different and full of surprises. You will not be able to understand Sicily only in one trip, this is a place you must come back always. Explore the main cities, the beautiful islands and the beaches. Lose yourself.
- 13Italy113 reviews
Perfect base in Tuscany for getting around but also having a home base that has shopping, culture and food! We were there right before the Palio meaning we got to see much of the pomp without the enormous crowds and inflated prices. Stay for a few days, relax, and enjoy this delightful hilltop town.
- 14Italy60 reviews
This is a must-do for anyone with a few weeks around Rome and Naples. Either driving (preferably in a convertible or open-top car) or bus, it's great.
- 15Italy89 reviews
This island is one of the most romantic places in the world. Every turn you take is a picturesque scene. There is just breath taking views at every corner. This is the place where Audrey Hepburn and Jackie Onassis vacationed. Rich of the rich come to relax in their mansions. Perched on the cliff is Valentino or Giorgio Armani orange ...
- 16Italy25 reviews
If you visit Italy, this is a "must" on your to-do list. Simply gorgeous and makes for a day or two of hiking and enjoying the seaside.
- 17Italy77 reviews
Another city I wanted to see more of than just the area around the train station at the crack of dawn! What I saw of the city looked okay, but definitely plan for a stop-over if possible. Great station.
- 18Italy143 reviews
Lobs Fish & Oyster Restaurant. I would give 5 stars to this place. See food is very fresh. Portions are enormous. Tastes mmm.... And staff is very friendly.
- 19Italy7 reviews
I spent two weeks in Emilia-Romagna and absolutely fell in love with the region. Many of Italy's most delicious food items come from here, like prosciutto, balsamic vinegar, ravioli and tagliatelle. The region is financially well off compared to other Italian regions, which means even the small towns have a nice luster to them. The people are incredibly friendly, and ...
- 20Italy46 reviews
Torino ! Amazing place and easy to navigate. Get off at Porta Nuova and find yourself emerged in a mix of french/italian artitecture. Porta Susa offers a more business/locals experience. From the cinema museum, to the royal buildings - you can find many fun activities. Visited several times.