Six Best Places to visit in Italy

Italy is an old country, and with Rome, as its capital, there are many ancient ruins and grand structures that are found there. There are many places to visit in Italy, such as the awe-inspiring Colosseum, or the holy St. Peter’s Church. There are also places of great 

beauty such as Cinque Terre or the Amalfi Coast. 

Rome is the Capital of Italy and has many awe-inspiring sights to behold. In Rome, there are many great buildings, but its most holy one would be St. Peter’s Church, a massive church that will put any who walks through it for the first time in awe. Spanning a diameter of 138ft and a height of 448ft tall, this building is quite the sight to behold. The Colosseum is another great building that lies in Rome. The Colosseum is a massive stone amphitheater that hosted games of war such as gladiator fights and animal battles. In Rome, there are many great places to explore.

Another great place to visit on your travels to Italy would be Amalfi Coast or Cinque Terre. Both are beautiful cliffside towns that have luxurious views of the ocean. The Amalfi Coast’s cliffs fall to the turquoise waters and are topped with vibrant greenery. These cliffs follow along the SS163 highway so that drivers may enjoy the 34 miles of great views. Cinque Terre is a collection of 5 towns on Italy’s coast. These towns used to be small fishing villages but recently became a popular tourist destination. Tourists that go here may enjoy their delicious wine and grapes, or the dreamlike paths that wind through the towns.

There are also ancient cities such as Florence and Sicily that, though built-in Greek and Roman times, still functions today. Florence is a massive city and many of its structures built during the renaissance period, it is very artistic. Artists such as Michelangelo worked on the great church in the center of the city, Piazza del Duomo and you can see his artwork inside it. But art isn’t the only reason to go to Florence, Florence has delicious food including several 5-star Millican restaurants, and has a beautiful view of the Arno River at sunset. Sicily is the home of many greek and roman myths and legends. With its tropical beaches and volcanos in the distance, many writers were inspired by it. Sicily isn’t only known for its myths though, it also has a few cities with delicious food and drink.

All in all, Italy has many places to visit, and many cities of historical significance. Italy is also home to delicious food and many well-known wines. It harbors natural beauties such as the Amalfi Coast and Cinque Terre. Many myths are also based on places in Italy such as Rome and Sicily.