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Top Tourist Attractions in Italy

Italy is one of the most popular country in Europe and has the largest number of UNESCO World Heritage Sites in the World with 50. It is also the fifth most visited and the highest tourism earner country in the World with 43.6 million tourists arrivals. Here, you will found some of the most unique attractions that you won’t find anywhere around the World. From World’s largest Amphitheater to the World’s most entertaining Canal Ride to some of the most picturesque masterpiece of ancient time, Italy has in it everything that a traveler dreams of.

Let’s explore: Top Tourist Attractions in Italy


An ancient Roman Town City Pompeii, was destroyed with Ash and Soil by the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD. This site was lost for about 1,500 years until rediscovered in 1599. Due to lack of air and moisture, the objects that are underneath have been well preserved for centuries. It is one of the most famous tourist destination in Italy for over 250 years and is visited by nearly 2.5 million visitors per year. Pompeii is one of many UNESCO World Heritage Sites of Italy. The excavation has provided an extraordinary detailed insight about how people used to live 2000 years ago.



Palazzo Vecchio

One of the most popular public place in Italy, Palazzo Vecchio is a town hall of Florence Italy. This massive Fortress Palace is among the top-rated town halls of Tuscany. A copybook statue of Michelangelo’s David and other Gallery of Statutes have been placed around the Palazzo and most of the Palazzo Vecchio is now a museum. Very prominent tourist attraction in Italy if not the best..!!

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Vatican Museums

Vatican Museums is the oldest religious institutions in the World and is visited by over 5 million tourists all year round. It boasts of some of the World’s most important relic’s and was founded by Pope Julius II in the 6th century, as the Vatican Museum inside the Vatican City. There are in all 54 galleries containing some of the World’s most renowned classical sculptures and masterpieces.


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Amalfi Coast

Amalfi Coast is a stretch of coastline and a very popular tourist destination in Italy. Once a poor fishing village and now renowned for its rugged beauty and awe-striking towns, the city attracts thousands of visitors every year. As a cultural landscape, Amalfi Coast has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Like a landslide, the city starts from top to bottom leading to the coast and offers the visitors with some of the most unforgettable moments.

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Lake Como

A lake in Lombard Italy, Lake Como is a popular tourist destination for wealthy people since Roman Times. It is the third largest lake in Italy and one of the deepest Lakes in Europe. This place is very popular among some of the top names of the World and many of them even had their homes here. The shape of the Lake is like character ‘Y’ and is famous for attractive vilas which were built since Roman Times. Lake Como is part of Italian Lake District which is very popular among tourists since 100 years.

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Piazza San Marco

Piazza San Marco popular called in English as St Mark’s Square is a principle public square of Venice Italy. The great Church of St. Mark, one of the most famous of the city’s churches and one of the best known example of Italo-Byzantine Architecture, is located at the eastern end of the Piazza. Adjacent to Piazza San Marco is the famous Piazzetta di San Marco an open space that connects south side to the waterway of the Lagoon. With many more landmarks and attractions available to explore “Piazza San Marco” is definitely worthy to visit in Italy.

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Leaning Tower of Pisa

The Leaning Tower of Pisa or Tower of Pisa is a Tower in Pisa Cathedral Square in Italy. The height of the Tower is 56.67 m from the high side and 55.86 m from the low side. It a very popular architecture in the World because of its unintended tilt to one side. During construction the architects found one side of the ground too soft to properly support the structures weight and that was the main reason that the tower was completed in cross shape. At present it is a very popular tourist destination in Italy being visited by millions of tourists every year.

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Florence Cathedral

Symbol of the city of Florence, Florence Cathedral is one of the most prominent feature and Cathedral in Florence. The construction begun in 1296 in Gothic style and completed in 1436 with the exterior faced with polychrome marble panels in various shades of green and pink bordered by white. The Basilica is one of Italy’s largest Churches and until recently the Dome was the largest in the World. The Dome of the Basilica is still the largest Brick Dome ever constructed in the World.

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Canals of Venice

With over 150 canals at its disposal, Venice is popularly referred to as “The City of Water” and is the diamond jewel of water cities. Grand Canal is one of many canals in Venice that forms major traffic coridors in the city. A charm of romance and elegance is always attached with Venice and this wonderful experience is surely gonna lift the charm to maximum. The Venice-Canal ride is one the most popular tourist activity in not only Venice but while of Italy.

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The top most attraction in Rome is The Colosseum, the largest amphitheater of Roman Empire built around 80 AD. The Colosseum is considered to be one of the “Wonders of the World” and is the largest amphitheater in the World at present. It is regarded as the greatest works of Roman Architecture and at a time The Colosseum can hold upto 80,000 spectators. You can enter into the Colosseum through any of the 80 entrances available. During Roman Time, velarium was attached around the top of the attic to protect the viewers from rain and heat. At present, The Colosseum, is one of the top-most tourist attraction of Rome.



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