Italy Attractions

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Basilica Di Santa Croce

The glories of Puglia’s lovely town of Lecce came into being in the 16th and 17th centuries, when peace in the region enabled religious orders and wealthy ...  Read more

Castle Ursino

The most impressive vestige of medieval Catania is the formidable Castle Ursino (Castello Ursino), built by Emperor Frederick II in the early 13th century and ...  Read more

Fontana di Piazza delle Erbe

Verona's Piazza delle Erbe was once a Roman marketplace and continues its trading function with stalls of fruit, vegetables and herbs (hence the name), tourist ...  Read more

Lamberti Tower (Torre dei Lamberti)

At the heart of Verona is the Piazza delle Erbe and at the heart of this piazza is the Torre dei Lamberti. Rising high above the square, the narrow tower dates ...  Read more

Lecce Roman Amphitheatre

In addition to its present-day Baroque beauty, Lecce has a long history stretching way back over 2,500 years. Nowhere is this legacy better seen than in the ...  Read more

Marina Grande

Step into the tiny fishing village of Marina Grande and you’ll feel like you’ve stepped back in time. Still connected to the historic center of Sorrento by an ...  Read more

Piazza Castello

The Piazza Castello is the old quarter of Turin in which you will find many of the city's primary draws. This district houses a number of museums as well as ...  Read more

Piazza Tasso

Sitting astride the gorge that once divided cliff-clinging Sorrento in two, you’ll find Piazza Tasso, the central living room of the town. Piazza Tasso is ...  Read more

Sorrento Cruise Port

Sorrento perches high on the clifftops and is best known for its shopping, its proximity to the gorgeous Amalfi Coast and also to Pompeii. Sorrento itself has ...  Read more

Swabian Castle (Castello Normanno-Svevo)

Bari is the main city of Puglia in southern Italy, with an ancient heart dominated by several grand churches – including the pilgrimage Basilica di San Nicola ...  Read more

Via Etnea

Taking its name from Mt Etna, the famous volcano that looms over the city, Via Etnea is one of Catania’s most important thoroughfares, running for 3 km ...  Read more

Lake Garda

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Despite the fact that Lago Maggiore's name implies bigness, it's actually Lake Garda that claims the title of Italy's largest lake. This huge lake sits in ...  Read more


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Tucked away in the Veneto in northern Italy, Padua is a lively, stylish university city with an historic center hiding an often-overlooked secret. The ...  Read more


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Often forgotten in the headlong rush between Rome, Florence and Venice, the region of Emilia-Romagna stretches across northern Italy just south of Milan, ...  Read more


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The capital city of the elite holiday island of Sardinia is a revelation, a city steeped in history with its roots in the Phoenician and pre-Roman eras. ...  Read more

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