Things to do and see in Italy

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Italy’s rich history is what normally attracts people to this beautiful country. Besides the history, there are many other appealing things that are on offer such as art, the hospitality of its people, Italian cousin and many more. When in Italy, you can never fall short of a place to visit. Some of the world’s well-known attraction sites in Italy include; the Leaning Tower of Pisa, the Canal of Venice, the Sistine Chapel in Vatican and the Colosseum.
Things to do in Italy
There are many activities that an individual can engage in while in Italy. Besides from just touring this wonderful country, you can choose to go hiking or decide to ski during the winter season. Italy has hosted a number of winter games hence if you are into such games; Italy is the place to be.
Things to see in Italy
a) The Amalfi Coast

The Amalfi Coast

The Amalfi Coast

The coastline is located along the Sorrentine Peninsula and spreads over 50 km area. Before attaining its current, the area was prone to foreigners’ attacks, landslides and inevitable earthquakes. Currently, the coast has transformed to become one of the most popular destinations for tourists. The coast attracts celebrities and is also suitable for romantic gateways. Throughout the entire coast, the most popular resort is Sorrento. The most appropriate time to visit the Amalfi Coast is during spring and autumn. The main reason given for this is that during summer, the place is usually overcrowded and everything is closed during winter.
b) San Gimignano

San Gimignano

San Gimignano

The village otherwise known as the medieval Manhatten is located in Tuscany and is famously known for the 14 stone towers. The powerful and wealthy village boasts of having more than 70 towers which were all built to protect the village against its enemies. Most of the medieval towers have been preserved and now act attractive sceneries.
c) Paestum

Paestum

Paestum


The famous ancient Greek town of Paestum ranks amongst the top places to go pay a visit when in Italy. The town was originally supposed to act as a Greek colony and dates back to the sixth century BC. Some of the most appealing features include; the Greek temples and loads of other ancient ruins. All the history of this town makes the Paestum a wonder to explore.
d) The Marmore’s Falls

The Marmore's Falls

The Marmore’s Falls

The Valnerina area found in the region of Umbria is probably one of the most fascinating areas in the whole of Italy. This region has the so called ‘Water’s Park’ with an untouched nature and a massive waterfall with water falling from over 165 meters. Exploring the Marmore’s fall and the surrounding parks is what normally attracts people to this beautiful region.

e) Piazza del Campo

Piazza del Campo

Piazza del Campo

Pizza del Campo is highly rated and stands among Europe’s greatest medieval squares. The square is well known for its beauty and architectural integrity. Some of the popular buildings within the Piazza del Campo include; the Palazzo Pubblico with its famous tower and a number of palazzo signorili. The Piazza del Campo hosts a twice per year horse race which is always a beauty to watch.

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