The Top Five Cities Of Italy

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Italy is one of those vacation destinations that is part of every traveler’s dream bucket list. But it almost always remains unchecked for a long time. The main reason for this is definitely the costs associated with visiting this country. Without dispute Italy is an ideal tourist spot with gorgeous beaches, stunning lakes, exquisite religious sites, unique architecture and scrumptious food but it is just a tad bit expensive for foreigners.  

An airline ticket to Italy is the single biggest expense followed by hotel stay. So yes, it is imperative that you plan everything. Buy miles account and start to earn miles through different means ahead of time. Later these miles can be redeemed on the airline ticket. The second option is to wait for an online deal to show up. This option of course is unreliable since you never know when a good deal will be offered. Sadly there is no third option. Once you are past the ticket purchasing stage, you need to shortlist the cities worth a visit. This article will come in handy at this point. Mentioned below is a list of the top cities that all tourists love in Italy.


With a small population of only 260000, this unique city is made of small islands that are separated by canals. Its uniqueness is partly one reason why it is one of the most visited cities across Italy. All islands are connected by bridges so one can easily roam around on foot or choose to cruise the city in a gondola. Main attractions in Venice are Rialto Bridge, Piazza San Marco, Lido di Venezia, Scuola 
Grande di San Rocco and Bridge of Sighs.


Milan is one of the upbeat, modern metropolitans of the world. Usually people associate this city with high end branded shopping and fashion. Other than fancy restaurants, there are many architectural wonders here as well. Some of the top tourist spots in the city are Milan Cathedral, Pinacoteca di Brera, Parco Sempione, Via Monte Napoleone and Colonne di San Lorenzo.


Florence, the capital of Tuscany is a city that deserves the number of tourists it gets annually. It has a rich history surrounding it. From art galleries, museums to monuments and great shopping, you have plenty to do in the city. The Historic Centre of Florence, Palazzo Pitti, Galleria dell’Accademia, Palazzo Vecchio and Baboli gardens are some of the must visit places of Florence.


Of course you cannot return from Italy without visiting its widely known capital city. Rome boats history, art, architecture, culture and religion in different forms. In this city lies the ancient Colosseum, Iconic Trevi Fountain, beautiful St. Peter’s Basilica, fascinating Roman Forum, magnificent Sistine Chapel and very popular Vatican Museums.


How can you make it to Italy and not visit the city that Shakespeare has described so many times in his writing? Due to Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, the city has garnered exceptional attention over the years and visitors seldom leave disappointed. 
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