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The boot of Europe is one of the most beautiful countries in the world. A very popular destination among millions of tourists around the world. The most beautiful cities in Italy are famous for their artistic treasures, wonderful views, warm people, and fashion trends that often start in the cities of this country. But perhaps the most important thing for which Italy is famous in the world is its delicious cuisine: from pizza, pasta, and gelato, tiramisu or cassata to desserts with mascarpone or ricotta.

If you have chosen the capital of the Roman Empire and the center of Christianity as your holiday destination for this year, we recommend some of the most beautiful cities in Italy:

1. Rome

Rome, Italy

The capital of the Roman Empire, the city, is today the capital of Italy. Located in the center of the Lazio region, Rome is a large and complex city, combining both historical and modern elements. For more than 2,500 years, Rome has been one of the most important cultural and religious centers in the world. Full of ancient monuments, medieval churches, fabulous fountains, museums, and Renaissance palaces, Rome is certainly one of the most beautiful cities in Italy. On the other hand, if you get here, you can’t help but visit the Vatican – the center of world Christianity.

The Colloseum, Rome, Italy

2. Venice

Venice, Italy
One of the most beautiful cities in Italy and a tourist destination for many people, Venice is a unique city. It is built on a lagoon in the Adriatic Sea. Located in northeastern Italy, Venice is an archipelago of 118 islets connected by hundreds of spectacular bridges. The Grand Canal (Canal Grande) is certainly one of the most beautiful travel pictures. A gondola ride could be the perfect choice for a holiday memory – be sure to choose a period that is not too crowded.
Venice, Italy (2)
Spectacular images and historic architecture make Venice one of the most romantic cities in the world. St. Mark’s Basilica, Piazza San Marco, the Doge’s Palace, and the Rialto Bridge (originally the only bridge over the Grand Canal, in the meantime, three more have been built – Ponte Degli Scalzi, Ponte dell’Accademia, and Ponte Della Constitution) are the places to visit. You must see them when you visit Venice.

3. Florence

Florence, Italy

When you say art and especially Renaissance architecture, you must immediately think of Florence. The most important city in the Tuscany area (and the most populated), the city is located on the river Arno. It is one of the richest cities and is considered the birthplace of the Italian Renaissance. The historic center of the city attracts millions of tourists annually and has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1982.

If you get here, you must visit some of its wonderful museums where you will find the works of art of famous painters or sculptors. The city has long been under the de facto rule of the Medici Family, so you will find many palaces and gardens belonging to it here.

4. Milan

Almost destroyed by bombs during World War II, Milan has been restructured, and today is one of my most beautiful cities in Italy and one of the wealthiest in Europe. Seen as a city of luxury, Milan is the capital of fashion and the most important designer. It is also known for the artistic or architectural treasures found here – the paintings of Leonardo da Vinci, the Opera La Scala, or Castello Sforzesco, as well as one of the largest Gothic Cathedrals in the world.

5. Bologna

Known both for its incredible cuisine (pizza, pasta, wine, and ice cream – definitely when you get to Bologna) and for its left-wing politics. Nicknamed the city red because of the colors of the roofs and facades of its houses, Bologna is recognized for its long arches that make the city perfect for walks in the rain. One of the most beautiful cities in Italy, Bologna is recognized for its medieval center and very old universities. The fortress city in the north of the country, on a clear day in Bologna, you will be able to see as far as Verona and even in the Dolomites, from the Asinelli tower (Torre degli Asineli). And I repeat, when you arrive in Bologna, you must stop visiting and enjoy one of the best ice creams in the world.

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