Italy Travel Guide
Italy really does take some beating.
Whether you’re a foodie, a history buff, a skier, fashionista, beach bum, gelato aficionado, or a renaissance art enthusiast – you’ll get your fix (and a lot more) in Italy.
Head north for the epic scenery of the Dolomites and the South Tyrol. Or south to the idyllic hilltop villages of Sicily. Or visit one of Italy’s legendary historic cities – Rome, Naples, Bologna, Venice, Florence, to name but a few.
Everywhere you go, you’ll find incredible archeological remains, evidence of Italy’s long, rich history. There are more UNESCO World Heritage sites here than in any other country, not to mention some of the best-preserved (and most famous) ancient buildings in the world.
Italian food and wine is up there with the best in the world. There’s nowhere better to gorge on pasta, pizza, risotto, cheese, seafood, cannoli… the list goes on.
It’s hard not to fall in love with il Bel Paese.
|Approximate Area:||301,000 km2|
|Approximate Population:||60 million|
|International Dialling Code:||+ 39|
|Drives on the:||Right|
Where to go
Looking for the best things to do in Naples? You’ve come to the right place. Naples gets a bad rep. Sure, it’s busy, a little dirty, and has a bit of a mafia problem. But that’s also true of many