Italy is a top location for honeymooners, but provides plenty of culture and activity for everyone. Join a tour group or venture out on your own to enjoy the ruins, sample the food, and taste the wine.
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Italy is located on the Italian Peninsula in Southern Europe, and on the two largest islands in the Mediterranean Sea, Sicily and Sardinia. Italy shares its northern Alpine boundary with France, Switzerland, Austria and Slovenia. The independent states of San Marino and the Vatican City are enclaves within the Italian Peninsula, while Campione d’Italia is an Italian exclave in Switzerland.
Portofino and Tigullio Gulf
Portofino and the Tigullio Gulf are emblems representing Italy throughout the world. The coast is a series of fashionable resorts with their marinas, colorful houses, first-rate sports facilities and the attractive atmosphere of the Dolce Vita. But perhaps the most spectacular thing for the traveler is the beauty of the seascapes, with some of the most celebrated views in Italy, suspended between the intense blue of the sea and the green mountains.
This museum owes its own popularity due to the presence of David by Michelangelo (completed around 1504), which was moved there in 1873.
Assisi in Italy extends out on the hills of the Monte Subasio, above the plain where the Topino and Chiascio rivers flow. In Assisi, attend one of the fairly frequent concerts in the Upper Church of the Basilica di San Francesco, a space so beautiful and uplifting the music truly takes on celestial dimensions.
It is said that Abruzzo has as many castles as it does sheep. Most of this sleepy region has remained lock in medieval times making Abruzzo the first stop for those seeking to take a glance at the past or a chance to see nature as it was hundreds of years ago, unspoiled and perfect.
This famous place was described by experts and journalists as “The sacred temple of pizza”.
From Piazza della Vittoria a chairlift takes you up Mount Solaro to the highest point of the island (1932 feet). You should take the scenic chairlift ride up to the top of Monte Solaro, the highest point on the island of Capri, for stupendous views of the entire Bay of Naples.
Mount Etna is an active volcano on the east coast of Sicily, close to Messina and Catania. It is the highest mountain in Italy south of the alps and Europe, currently standing about 3,326 m (10,910 ft) high, though it should be noted that this varies with summit eruptions.
One of the most celebrated and religious sites in the world. The Seat of the Catholic Pope.