Top Things to do in Italy
Italy is an amazing place to travel to. From learning the incredible history to dining at some of the best restaurants in the world, Italy truly has it all. There is so much to do that it can be overwhelming if it is your first time. So, I made your life a little easier by listing the top things to do in Italy. Enjoy !
Take a tour through the Vatican Museums
Taking a trip to the Vatican Museums is unbelievable experience. You get a chance to really soak in all of the amazing history that this museum has to offer. I recommend joining one of the tour sessions because you can learn more in depth about this historical place from a guide than a guide-book. Oh, and you won’t get lost while doing so, especially if it is your first time. You can also get a chance to check out St. Peter’s Basilica on they way, another extraordinary place to visit.
Once you make the trip to the Amalfi Coast you will do everything in your power not to leave! Yes, that is how incredible this place is. The Amalfi Coast has some of the most breathtaking views in the world. One of the best things to do is to take an enjoyable private cruise to Capri. You can sit back and enjoy some of most beautiful scenery that the Amalfi Coast has to offer. The best part is you can also take a dip in the crystal blue Mediterranean water.
Pizza in Naples
For all of you pizza lovers out there, there’s nothing like having pizza in Italy. Pizza originated in Italy, so you know you are in for a treat. There are many pizzerias in Naples, so you have good variety to choose from. But they do tend to get crowded quickly. One local favorite the is the margherita (fresh mozzarella, basil, and tomato). My mouth is watering just thinking about it! You will not be disappointed after enjoying the pizza here.
The Colosseum, one the most unique monuments in the world, is located in the centre of the city of Rome. It is the largest amphitheatre ever built. The Colosseum has had millions of people from around the world come and soak up all of this incredible architecture and history behind it. It is remarkable of what used to go on here. Even if you’re not into the history, this is still a treat and you will be wanting to go again before you leave.
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