35 Most Beautiful Places in Italy

(Last Updated On: September 9, 2017)

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I am getting ready for my trip to Italy and you have no idea how excited I am. Unfortunately my trip will be short and I will visit Milan, Genoa, Portofino and Rapallo only this time. I will try to make the most of my day trips to these amazing places. The good thing is that they are all small so I can walk all day long and I will probably manage to cover the most of it. I will make a list of priorities before I leave for sure.

For that reason I thought it would be a great idea to day dream a bit and check some of the most beautiful places in Italy. This turned out to be a difficult task since Italy is a land that has a lot to offer so finding only 35 took me some time.

Dolomites

dolomites, italy

Vernazza

Matera

Capri

Verona

Colosseum, Rome

Venice

Ponte Rialto

Amalfi Coast

 

Portovenere

Manarola

Procida

Puglia

Alberobello

Tropea, Calabria

Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, Milan

Lake Garda

Lake Misurinat

Positano

Pisa

Sauris Lake

Sicily

Trevi Fountain, Rome

Lago di Garda

Tuscany

Lake Como

Gargano

Cala Gonone

Sorrento

The Alps

Santa Maria del Fiore, Florence

San Galgano, Tuscany

Saint Angelos Bridge

Frasassi Cave

The Vatican

Where to stay in Italy

If you are planning a trip to one of these beautiful places you can check availability on Booking.com since this is the best and the most reliable website that I always use for finding accommodation. 


Booking.com

Another great option is to rent a place through Airbnb. You can find great rooms and apartments since there are a lot of great options. You can use this code to get $27 free AirBnb credit. 

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35 Most Beautiful Places in Italy

Have you been to Italy before? What do you think of these places? Would you add anything else to this list?

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Elena

Author: Elena

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