Italy Travel Guide

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  • Italy Travel Guide

Italy is a marvelous country that once you’ve visited, you may return over and over again. This destination really have all aspects to satisfy you: outstanding archtectures , amazing museums, beautiful landscapes, and most important, delicious food and excellent wine. Italian brands and images are familiar everywhere,from Gucci, Prada and Armani to Ferrari, Lamborghini and Maserati.

Located in Southern Europe , Italy borders France, Switzerland, Austria and Slovenia in the north, Tyrrhenian Seas and Ligurian to the west, the Adriatic Sea to the east , and the Mediterranean and Ionian Seas to the south. San Marino and the Vatican City are totally surrounded by Italy.

You can watch in awe at the Vesuvius, hike the continuous Alpi, cruise in Venice, and surf in Sicily. Or you could plan a trip that focuses on culture and art: enjoy the fantasy of The Last Supper, pose with Pisa leaning tower, climb the Juliet's balcony and seek stunning historical ruins.

Italy owns more UNESCO World Heritage Sites than any other countries in the world. It is well-known that Italy as well as Greece are two birthplace of Western culture. Beginning in Italy, Renaissance affected Europe profoundly in literature, philosophy, art, music, politics, science, religion, and other aspects of intellectual inquiry.

Although it’s boot-shaped, some others may more willing to describe it as food-obsessed table. Italy is also famous for its cuisine and wine. There are so many foods you should try: spaghetti, gelato, Tiramisu, cappuccino and so on. Prepare to gain weight when you come here.