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Italy is one of the world’s most visited countries, and for good reason. Breathtaking landscapes, world-class wine, stellar cuisine, ancient ruins, and a rich culture to match — “La dolce vita” is best lived in Italy! Despite its mass appeal, Italy’s impressive diversity and vast amounts of stunning destinations has allowed it to retain its charm. You can stay on the beaten path and visit the classics, or head off-the-beaten-path and discover the unexplored, but no matter where you are, you're sure to be surrounded by an inexplicable Italian magic that is hard to shake off.
With a stunning number of 54 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, no other country on Earth boasts cultural, natural and historical riches like Italy. Rome’s Colosseum and Trevi Fountain, Florence’s Santa Maria del Fiore, the Leaning Tower of Pisa, Venice’s Rialto Bridge, and Milan’s Cathedral are just some of the iconic landmarks commonly attached to our collective depiction of Italy.
Whether you look to the country’s ancient cities, its nature, or the many examples of manmade monuments perfectly blending into their surrounding scenery, Italy, the epicenter of the Roman Empire and cradle of the Renaissance, is the definition of “astonishing!” Travel from the northern Alps, through the rolling hills of Tuscany, all the way down to Sicily, the infamous island located at the tip of the Italian boot, and follow the trails of Renaissance masters such as Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci, or Raphael, who have left their artistic marks all over the country.
Meanwhile, Italian cuisine provides you with culinary delights at every opportunity. For one, there are the classics — pizza, pasta, and risotto. As you move through the changing sceneries of the different regions, you will inevitably come across many local specialties, some of which you may recognize from Italian restaurants from around the world. Still, Italy will make sure that you have never eaten better than here.
Visit the places of origin of your favorite Italian wines, go shopping at the world’s biggest fashion houses, and hit the beach to recharge some much needed energy. Despite a seemingly never-ending list of must-see places, Italy doesn’t want to be rushed, but appreciated. You may not see everything at once, but you’ll have plenty of reasons to return.