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11 Most Beautiful Places In Italy - Best Places To Visit In Italy

Updated: Jun 30

Italy is one of the best countries to visit. It has magnificent natural beauties and architecture. Also, Italian cuisine will satisfy you enough. That's why we made our list of 11 things to do in Italy! Don't forget to read before your trip to Italy.


1. Colosseum - Rome


Located in the capital of Italy, the Colosseum is an arena. This building is so old that there are war games, gladiators, and wild animal fights in it! The Colosseum, where executions, plays, various performances, and occasional celebrations were held, was completed in 80 AD. It is definitely among the must-see places for an ancient trip.



Located in the capital of Italy, the Colosseum is an arena

2. Vatican Museums - Vatican City


Vatican Museums are one of the largest museums in the world located in the Vatican. It hosts very important sculptures. The most important of these are Laocoön and His Sons, Apollo Belvedere, Charity with Four Children. You should also definitely see the cystine chapel whose ceiling was made by Michelangelo and the Raphael room decorated by Raphael, which is part of the Vatican museums.



Vatican Museums are one of the largest museums in the world located in the Vatican

3. Juliet's House - Verona


Verona is one of the most romantic cities in Italy. What makes the city so popular is that it is believed that Shakespeare wrote Romeo and Juliet inspired by it. In fact, even though the house has nothing to do with this story, millions of tourists visit it every year. The house dates back to the 13th century, but the balcony was added in 1936. We still wanted to include it in our list of places to visit in Italy, because you can enter the house and take pictures on the famous balcony.



Verona is one of the most romantic cities in Italy

4. Trevi Fountain - Rome


There are many fountains in Italy, but we will suggest the Trevi fountain. It is also known as the Fountain of Love, although there is no exact information about where it got its name. Turn your back to the fountain and don't forget to throw money over your shoulder and make a wish!


Legend has it that the fountain got its name from the virgin Trivia, who showed the soldiers a water source during the Roman Empire. At the center of the fountain is Neptune, the god of water and seas in Roman Mythology. On either side of Neptune are two seahorses, one looking docile and the other aggressive, pulling their chariot, and two Tritons holding these seahorses.



There are many fountains in Italy, but we will suggest the Trevi fountain

5. Valley of the Temples - Sicily


Valley of the Temples, one of the most magnificent landscapes in Europe, is one of the places to visit in Sicily, Italy. There are temples of many gods and goddesses here. When you come to this ancient city, which the Greeks call Akragas and the Romans call Agrigentum, do not forget to bring water and sunscreen with you.



Valley of the Temples, one of the most magnificent landscapes in Europe, is one of the places to visit in Sicily, Italy

6. Archaeological Park of Pompeii - Pompeii


A suggestion for another cultural and ancient trip is the Pompeii Archaeological Park. The city buried after the volcano eruption is on the UNESCO list and is visited by hundreds of thousands of tourists every year.



A suggestion for another cultural and ancient trip is the Pompeii Archaeological Park

7. St. Mark's Square - Venice


The center and most important place in Venice is St. Mark's Square. Napoleon calls it the "Hall of Europe". St. Mark's Square is actually the place that opens to two very important historical buildings for most tourists, such as St. Mark's Basilica and the Palace of the Dukes.


St. Mark's Square has been the scene of various demonstrations, protests, executions, celebrations, and festivals throughout its history. Nowadays, it is the location of many movies!



The center and most important place in Venice is St. Mark's Square

8. Leaning Tower of Pisa - Pisa


The Leaning Tower of Pisa is located in the city of Pisa in the Tuscany region of northern Italy. It spent the first 5 years standing upright from the date of its completion, and after the completion of the 3rd floor, it began to lean towards the south. It is one of the symbols of Italy.


Note: It is said that the reason for the tilting of the tower is the weakness of the ground structure.



The Leaning Tower of Pisa is located in the city of Pisa in the Tuscany region of northern Italy

9. The Last Supper - Milan


The Last Supper of Leonardo da Vinci, one of the greatest artists of the Renaissance, is at Santa Maria Delle Grazie. Santa Maria Delle Grazie, meaning Saint Mary, is an example of gothic architecture. It is perhaps one of the best places to visit in Italy that will attract your attention.


10. Royal Palace Museum - Genoa


The palace, which was built with the influence of Renaissance architecture, has an elegant design. Its rooms from the 18th century, such as the Gallery of Mirrors, the Prince's Chamber, and the Throne Room, are remarkable. Definitely worth a visit!


11. Grand Canal - Venice


The Grand Canal is a fairly large canal, also known as the Grand Canal or Canalazzo, that provides Venice's major water traffic. It has perhaps the most iconic view of the city with its gondolas and sea transport vehicles. You should definitely take a gondola tour on the Grand Canal, the last of our list of places to visit in Italy!


The Grand Canal is a fairly large canal, also known as the Grand Canal or Canalazzo, that provides Venice's major water traffic





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