Rome the capital of Italy is a stunning city cherished for its cosmopolitan nature, featuring ancient art, architecture and culture of global influence. Once a part of the mighty Roman Empire, today the sign of the glorious legacy is tangible in the form of Colosseum and Roman Forum. The Vatican City headquarters the Roman Catholic Church has St.Peter’s Basilica and the Vatican Museum encompassing the masterpiece of Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel frescoes.
At the heart of the Rome is the 18th-century Spanish Steps famed for its high-end shopping district, designer boutiques dotting the fashionable street of Via Condotti and Via Borgognona. Also, don’t miss to throw coins in the Trevi Fountain. It is the largest fountain in the city and also one of the most famous one. The city's nightlife comes alive with club, bar and pubs.
Elegant Venice where the essence of romance spread in every corner, is a beautiful Italian city and Veneto region’s capital. The assemblage of over hundreds of small islands, Venice lies in northeastern Italy embracing gorgeous canals and historic heritage. It carries centuries’ long history with the most celebrated antiquity and wonderful lenience across the world map. Roaming across Venice can give you the joy of eternal romance, numerous iconic memorials and lively holiday spots like never before.
Doge's Palace, Grand Canal, Rialto Bridge, San Marco and Lido di Venezia are some true face of the heavenly realm on the earth what you can feel in Venice. It’s undoubtedly a year-round destination featuring over 400 scenic bridges and a comprehensive holiday atmosphere. The city spread in 160 square miles domiciling more than 261,000 residents. The Venetian language is the primary spoken language in Venice.
Florence (Firenze in Italian), the capital city of the Tuscany region in Italy is a small cultural metropolis with some of the world’s best museums and art galleries. The birthplace of the Renaissance, Florence homes numerous fashion boutiques and is one of the most visited cities in Europe. The Florentine cuisine is adored by food lovers and nature lovers come to the city to watch the sunset over the Ponte Vecchio. For art lovers, Florence is the city of Renaissance sculptures like David. A visit to Florence is an opportunity to explore the scenic beauty of Tuscany.
The fashion capital of the world, Milan is the economic centre of Italy and is also home to several museums and art houses. Some of the city’s premium attractions include the Duomo di Milano, an impressive Opera House, a striking castle, ancient churches and a great variety of museums and art galleries.
Tourists aspiring to get away from the hustle and bustle of city life can hire a taxi or take the train to one of the prettiest landscapes of northern Italy, the Italian lakes. Its green hills and crystal clear lakes make it a perfect summer destination.