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Italy is said to have more masterpieces per square miles than any other country in the world.
Why Italy?

Italy in numbers:

Italy tourism

94 MILLION TOURISTS PER YEAR

Lakes in Italy

1500+ LAKES

Hotels in Italy

33 000+ HOTELS

Unesco Italy

55 UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITES

Regions in Italy

20 REGIONS

Cities in Italy

145 CITIES

Population of Italy

60 MILLION POPULATION

Islands in Italy

450+ ISLANDS

“Better to see something once than to hear about it a thousand times.”

Positano in Italy

Amalfi Coast

The Amalfi Coast is a popular holiday destination, with sheer cliffs and a rugged shoreline dotted with small beaches and pastel-colored fishing villages. It is declared one of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites for its undisputed beauty and the uniqueness of its natural landscape.

Lake Garda

With an area of 370 square kilometers and depths exceeding 300 meters, Lake Garda is the biggest lake in Italy. It is the ideal destination for unforgettable holidays because of its spectacular landscape, mild climate, historic towns and villages located between mountains, blue clear water, wonderful beaches, and great variety of different sports.

 

spectacular landscape is joined by a surprisingly mild climate for these latitudes, historic villages steeped in sweetness, blue waters that invite you to take a dip, beaches where you can sunbathe without suffering the suffocating heat of the seaside resorts. – https://www.veneto.info/verona/lago-di-garda/
depths exceeding 300 meters – https://www.veneto.info/verona/lago-di-garda/
depths exceeding 300 meters – https://www.veneto.info/verona/lago-di-garda/

Tuscany

Tuscany is one of the best destinations in the world known for its historical heritage, delicious gastronomy, orignial homemade wines, picturesque cities and villages, and breathtaking landscape. This region is the homeland of Dante and Leonardo Da Vinci, the land of Chianti and its wine, and the place where Renaissance art was born.

 

 

Did you know?

1. Italy has the oldest population in Europe

 The median age of Italians is 46.3 years. Only Japan is in front of Italy in terms of an ageing population (46.9 years).

2. Italy has 3 active volcanoes.

Only Italy and Iceland have active volcanoes in Europe. In Italy, active volcanoes are: Vesuvius, Stromboli and Etna.

3. The smallest country in the world is in Italy

The Vatican City, located in Rome, is the smallest country in the world. It is roughly 1/8 the size of New York’s Central Park.

 

4. There is a free wine fountain in Italy

In the Abruzzo region, there is an actual free wine fountain that operates 24hours. It is a local winery creation and a must-visit place for wine lovers.

 

5. Italians did not invent pasta

Although the Italians are leading in Europe when it comes to pasta consumption, they didn’t invent it. Pasta actually came into the Italy in the 13th century through Arab merchants.

 

6. Tourists throw 3000 € every day into the Trevi fountain

Thousands of tourists in Rome are coming to beautiful Trevi fountain where they throw coins for luck. At the end of every day, around 3000 euros of change are thrown which is around 1.4 millions euros per year. The money from fountain is donated to charity and to those in need.

 

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Sirmione Italy- Complete Travel Guide

Sirmione 

Sirmione is one of the most popular “sights” in Lake Garda, with thousands of visitors flooding each day to view this picturesque town.

It is both a luxury summer resort with beautiful parks and walking trails, and a place with a rich history.

The main attraction is definitely The Scaligero Castle which was built in the 13th century.

Things to do in Positano

Positano

 

The former maritime town of Positano is famous for its beautiful location on the Amalfi Coast.

The town is mainly made up of alleys and stairs that meander along the slopes down to the sea.

The view of the sea, and the lush vegetation of lemon and orange trees, make Positano one of the most popular places in Italy.

 

 

San gimignano travel guide

San Gimignano

 

San Gimignano is a small medieval hill town in Tuscany.

It is surrounded by 13 towers that remained of the 72 towers of the fourteenth century when almost every family built a tower to show its economic power.

This little town is known for its local products like saffron, its white wine called Vernaccia di San Gimignano and the Golden ham.

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