Tagged: Italy

Florence, Italy - Piazza del Duomo 0

316. Florence, Italy

Florence, Italy, it’s a pretty amazing city, but most usually visit the other major cities like Rome and Milan and then they may consider alternate cities such as Florence. Lots of people do visit Florence so its not so unfamiliar, but certainly not as familiar as the major cities. Check i tout and let me know if you agree that it too is worth visiting.

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315. Bologna, Italy

Bologna, Italy. This city is old and charming. It seems like a lot is going on when you arrive and that’s cause there is. It has a lot of historical things to explore and where they can, they’ve preserved the old city walls. Make Bologna the destination the next time you’re in the northern part of Italy.

Rimini, Italy - Arch of Augustus 0

314. Rimini, Italy in Emilia Romagna

Rimini, Italy. This little town is quite the gem. Most just use it as a way to get to San Marino, but oh my. It’s an old walled city with cobblestone streets in certain areas.

San Marino, San Marino - Tower 0

313. San Marino, San Marino

313. Oh my, why not? I was pretty amazed by what I saw when I visited. The Republic of San Marino is a principality within Italy. The center of the region sits at the top of a mountain. It will take you some time to explore it all, but its totally worth it. Did I mention the unprecedented view? Especially when it rains. Plus, its a UNESCO World Heritage Site as well.

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68. Turin, Italy

This city of Turin, Italy, nestled at the foot of the Alps, was once home to the Winter Olympics of 2006. It really reminds me of Vienna, Austria, but people call it the Paris of Italy. Plus, the shroud of Turin is located here.

Genoa, Italy - Christopher Columbus statue 4

38. Genoa, Italy

Genoa, the home of Christopher Columbus, is a city of narrow streets and lots to see and do.

Fiumicino, Italy - Giugno Bridge, Port of Fiumicino, Italy 4

1. Fiumicino, Italy

Fiumicino, Italy is the seaside town for Rome’s main airport. It is very unfamiliar as everyone heads to Rome once they arrive. However, if you want a true local Italian village experience, give it a try.