Italy has always been the preferred choice for tourists, as it combines everything … beauty, history, history, art, culture, fashion and delicious food.

What distinguishes them greatly from other countries is that each region has a special flavor that is completely different from other cities.

Tuscany Territory

This region is famous for its picturesque nature, cultural, artistic and architectural heritage. The region is considered the cradle of the italyn Renaissance because it presented to the world the most famous scientists and artists such as Dante, Botticelli, Michelangelo, Leonardo de Vinci, Galileo Galilei, Patchouli and others. Of course, this region is replete with museums, as it includes 6 sites listed on the World Heritage site and more than 120 nature reserves.
The region consists of 10 provinces, the most famous of which are Florence, Pisa, Livorno, Siena, Aristo, Massa Carrara, Grosseto, Lucca, Prato and Pistoia.
Florence, the capital, is the cradle of italyn Renaissance civilization and extends along the banks of the Arno, a first-class tourist attraction. Also in the region lies the city of Pisa and its leaning tower, while Siena and Perugia are beautiful in nature, but Abruzzo is the greenest and most beautiful region of Europe.
The activities that can be carried out are very numerous and of course one must mention an experiment of another kind .. Tuscan cuisine is famous and known for its delicious dishes.

Puglia Region

An area located in the southeast of Italy, overlooking the Adriatic Sea in the east, the Ionian Sea to the southeast, the Strait of Otranto and the Gulf of Taranto in the south. The southern part of it is known as Salento and it is the peninsula that constitutes the heel of the “italyn boot”. It is characterized by the abundance of its cove, perhaps the most famous of the Castellana Caves, as it is one of the richest areas of Italy, because it has been inhabited since the first millennium BC.
Known for its picturesque beaches, its picturesque archaeological palaces … It also produces the best tomatoes in Italy and olive oil. Tourists can enjoy the region’s delicious dishes, whether pasta, pizza, or fresh fish in the coastal areas.

Amalfi Coast

It is located in the south of Naples, one of the most beautiful undisputed italyn beaches, especially the distance between the cities of Amalfi and Sorrento. The city of Sorrento and the surrounding coastal region are famous as the land of lemon in Italy, and the scent penetrates every corner of them. The nature in that city is breathtaking, with a mountainous area that overlooks the Gulf of Naples, and is also full of relics dating back to the Renaissance. Of course, we must go to Capri, which is 20 minutes from Sorrento.
From there you can move to the city of Amfali and of course the coastal road leading to there requires skill in driving. The Positano region is one of the most important villages of the Amalfi Coast and is a romantic destination, distinguished by its colorful houses, stunning architecture, and picturesque flowers. As for the city of Amalfi, it has its own character, which combines architecture in the Arab and Norman style.

italyn Lakes – Como

The city of Como is located in the north of Italy in the region of Lombardy and is located on the southwestern banks of the famous Lake Como. The area is very romantic and is a popular destination for celebrities who own homes there such as George Clooney, Madonna, Versace, Silvestre Stallone, Beckham, Messi, Ronaldo and others.
The lakes are located in northern Italy near the Alps and the four most famous lakes are Lugano, Como, Maggiore, and Garda. Of course the area is crowded with tourists all the time so if you are a fan of calm you can enjoy the smaller lakes. Every part of that region is breathtaking, and since the villages there often compete for the title of Italy’s most beautiful villages, the improvements are permanent and continuous. The village of Bellagio is generally considered the most beautiful and offers the most delicious dishes and the most beautiful experiences.


The italyn capital, which stretches along the banks of the Tiber, is an ancient city with a history and origin of Western civilizations and the home of the Romen Empire. The succession of civilizations behind it has made it one of the most important and most important tourist attractions in the world.
The Romen square is located in the area between the hills known as Platin and Capitoline and was previously a place for lectures and speeches. The Trevi Fountain designed by Nicolas Salvi contains the Neptune sculpture which is the lake where the coins are thrown.
And of course, it is necessary to visit the Vatican and enjoy museums, spiral stairs, the famous Sistine Church and St. Peter’s Church, which are among the most important tourist attractions in the world. The visit would not be complete without discovering the colossal Romen Coliseum, which is located in the center of Rome.


A city unlike any other city, it is the most beautiful, coolest and most romantic. Charming with its narrow streets, picturesque channels, and ancient history. Discovering the floating civilization by walking on foot or through boat trips in the waterways will leave a deep impact on yourself.
St. Mark’s Square is a picturesque spot surrounded by many historic buildings such as St. Mark’s Cathedral, Doge’s Palace and Clock Tower. And a trip in the gondola in the water channels is one of the things that cannot be missed, as this trip is the most romantic thing that anyone can experience. For food lovers, the Rialto Market is for you, where you will taste the best ice cream in the world. And if you visit Venice during the month of February, you can participate in the carnival mask, which lasts for a whole week.

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