17 Places You Need To Visit In Italy

Cheer on the riders at the Palio di Siena bareback horse race, which takes place in Siena twice each year: on July 2nd and August 16th.

Cheer on the riders at the Palio di Siena bareback horse race, which takes place in Siena twice each year: on July 2nd and August 16th.

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Stroll through the peaceful Renaissance gardens of the Villa d’Este in Tivoli.

Stroll through the peaceful Renaissance gardens of the Villa d'Este in Tivoli.

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Watch a performance at La Scala, Milan’s world-renowned opera house.

Sip a Super Tuscan wine straight from the sprawling vineyards of Tuscany.

Marvel at the enormous Colosseum in Rome.

Marvel at the enormous Colosseum in Rome.

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Take a dip in the natural spas of Saturnia in Tuscany, where gorgeous hot springs flow freely.

Gaze up at Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel ceiling. Although it’s technically in Vatican City, any trip to Rome wouldn’t be complete without seeing this esteemed artwork.

Tour the gorgeous Palladian villas of the Veneto, which were designed by Renaissance architect Andrea Palladio.

Throw a coin into the Trevi Fountain, and legend has it you’ll be sure to return to Rome again.

Throw a coin into the Trevi Fountain, and legend has it you'll be sure to return to Rome again.

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Explore the medieval city of San Gimignano, a walled city within Siena.

Explore the medieval city of San Gimignano, a walled city within Siena.

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Bask in the sun at the beaches of Rimini.

Attend the Eurochocolate Festival to celebrate the city of Perugia’s world famous chocolate.

Attend the Eurochocolate Festival to celebrate the city of Perugia's world famous chocolate.

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Re-enact the famous Shakespearean scene on Juliet’s balcony in Verona.

Take a gondola ride through the magnificant canals in Venice.

Take a gondola ride through the magnificant canals in Venice.

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Explore Cascata delle Marmore, a massive, man-made waterfall dating back to the ancient Romans.

Climb to the top of Florence’s iconic Duomo for spectacular views of the city.

Eat Gelato… everywhere.

Eat Gelato... everywhere.
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