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Teatro La Fenice

3.5 star rating: Worth doing 411 Reviews

Of the many famous opera houses in Italy, few are more legendary than Venice’s Teatro La Fenice. Originally opened in 1792, the theater quickly achieved the ...  Read more

Santa Croce Basilica

3.5 star rating: Worth doing 15 Reviews

Work on this beautiful basilica began in 1294, though the facade and bell tower are 19th-century additions. The world's largest Franciscan church, it ...  Read more

St. Anthony’s Basilica (Basilica of St Anthony)

3 star rating: Worth doing 12 Reviews

Padua makes a lovely day trip from Venice, and one of the main churches to visit in Padua is the Basilica of Saint Anthony. It was built in the 13th century, ...  Read more

Villa Romana del Casale

3 star rating: Worth doing 1 Review

Should you grow tired of sunbathing all day on Taormina’s gorgeous beaches, there are great day trip options you can take, either with your own rental car or ...  Read more

Palazzo Reale (Royal Palace)

1 star rating: I do not recommend this 1 Review

Palazzo Reale was the royal palace located in downtown Naples, still the heart of Naples today. Built around 1600 when Naples was under Spanish rule, it was ...  Read more

Acireale

In addition to larger and more famous cities and towns on Sicily’s eastern coast - like Catania, Taormina, and Syracuse - there are several notable towns that ...  Read more

Anatomical Theatre of the Archiginnasio

Bologna is home to the world’s oldest university in continuous operation - founded in 1088 - and one of the many schools in the university is a medical school. ...  Read more

Borgo Medievale

The town that we know today as Taormina is in an area in which there has been a settlement of some kind since the 8th century B.C.E. - but in the town itself ...  Read more

Capitoline Hill & Museums

Located in the elegant Piazza della Campidoglio ( designed by Michelangelo) on top of Capitoline Hill, the Capitoline Museums house a world-class ...  Read more

Castelmola

The town of Taormina sits high above the Mediterranean Sea, so it already boasts some of the loveliest views in Sicily. But the tiny town of Castelmola, which ...  Read more

Castelvecchio Museum

What do you do with an historic castle that has been half destroyed during centuries of wars and retaliations? It's a question often faced in Italy and they've ...  Read more

Centro Storico

The entire city of Naples can be overwhelming - it sprawls away from the bay and even up the slopes of Mt. Vesuvius - but visitors need only concentrate on the ...  Read more

Correr Civic Museum (Museo Civico Correr)

The Correr Civic Museum, or Museo Civico Correr, is dedicated to the art and history of Venice. Located in the beautiful buildings surrounding the Piazza San ...  Read more

Duomo di Verona

The 12th century cathedral was built on top of a pre-existing medieval church which was destroyed by an earthquake in 1117. The facade is Romanesque with ...  Read more

Funicolare Centrale

Naples is a very hilly city, the perfect public transport solution therefore is the funicular or cable railway. Naples has four. The Chiaia was the first, ...  Read more

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