May 30, 2024

Italy offers a blend of history, culture, scenic landscapes, blue water coast, religious sites, fashion, architecture, and a lot more to the tourists.

The Italian tour package offers unique experiences to the visitors offering luxurious stays, sumptuous food, a window to the history of the Roman empire, a fashion capital called Milan, the peaceful Sicilian mountains, tasty wines, and  the romantic gondola ride.

Explore the mystery in the ancient ruins in the  world’s oldest cities, roam in medieval castles, discover the history of centuries old amphitheaters in Italy. 

From ancient amphitheater of Colosseum, leaning tower of Pisa, beautiful Trevi fountain to the Pantheon, Roman forum and Piazzale Michelangelo there are many famous cultural and historical sites in Italy.

35 Places to Visit in Italy



Colosseum is one of those few architectures of the ancient Roman empire that are almost unaffected even after so many years with the history of ancient fierce gladiator games with wild animals and other things.

This Flavian amphitheater is the largest one in the history with a seat of up to 80,000 people who used to come to see the battles, animal hunts or public executions with many secrets hidden under its ground. 

The underground area of hypogeum with a network of tunnels and chambers divided into two levels is still the most recognizable feature of the amphitheater which gave space for secret passageways and trap doors used for housing animals, slaves and gladiators.

You can visit the Colosseum in the heart of Rome near the Roman forum and the Palatine hill by metro, bus or on foot. To see the intricate interior and pictorial external walls of this historical amphitheater you can visit any day of the week between March and October with a pre-purchased ticket of 20$ per person.

Leaning Tower of Pisa


Visit the Leaning Tower of Pisa, one of the seven wonders of the world, which attracts millions of visitors every year. An example of exceptional Roman architecture that will leave you amazed with its wide size and miraculous leans though standing strong that you can find in the University of Piazza dei Miracoli.

This medieval structure is basically a giant cylinder with spiral narrow staircases from base to the belfry that you can visit between April and mid June from 9 A.M. to 8 P.M. in the city of Pisa in Tuscany of west central Italy.

You will find eight floors with different diameters of each floor in the lower body of this white marble structure beautifully decorated with blind arches, pilasters and decorative friezes with different heights of walls in the upper floors.

You can climb to the top of the leaning tower of Pisa for a special experience with beautiful views of the town but it will take some more than the base ticket of 18 Euros per person.

Trevi Fountain


The Trevi fountain is one of the oldest fountains in Rome since the Aqua Virgo Aqueduct was constructed in 19 B.C. providing a source of water for Roman baths and the fountains of central Rome.

It is a place of ancient Roman history as it boasts the centuries old Roman flats having a shell shaped chariot drawn by some seahorses with Triton as guide at the center of the fountain. Trevi fountain presents Oceanus with the statues of Abundance and Salubrity. This 26 meters tall and 49 meters wide site gives way to the secret site of Vicus Caprarius that is hidden under the fountain.

To see the beautiful interior artwork of Baroque style, toss a coin in the fountain and enjoy some beautiful moments in this beautiful fountain at the junction of three important Roman thoroughfares which is why it is called “Trevi” you must visit this fountain in the heart of the city near the Via Del Tritone at the centre of PIazza di Trevi.

You can reach here easily from the Barberini Metro station which is a few minutes walk from the famous Spanish steps and access the place without any charge or an adequate tour of 4 Euros only.

Duomo di Milano

Duomo di Milano

The Duomo di Milano or “Basilica di Santa Maria del Fiore” is one of the most important buildings in Italy which stands as a historical significance of Florence that was initially the largest cathedral in Italy and now one of the largest in the world. This gothic style magnificent cathedral has a collection of around 4000 statues, 135 gargoyles and 700 figures decorating Milan Duomo located in the main city square of Milan.

The Piazza del Duomo is surrounded by some stunning architecture and hidden cultural treasures at the heart of this historic city. 

To see this beautiful structure, the Madonnina statue on the top of the Milan and the stained glass windows, ornate green, red and white marble face with a great collection of paintings from the Renaissance era especially the dome designed by Filippo Brunelleschi you can visit the Duomo museum and San Gottardo church between 10 A.M. and 6 P.M. any day in the week except Wednesday with an entrance fee of 5 euros.

Piazzale Michelangelo

Piazzale Michelangelo

The Piazzale Michelangelo or Michalengelo’s square is one of the best viewpoints and the most famous observation point in Florence designed by Giuseppe Poggi for a beautiful 360 degree panoramic view of the city and surrounding area.

The square is on a hill on the southern part of the Arno river offering beautiful views of a wide area of Florence with Duomo, Giotto’s bell tower, the Baptistery and the Palazzo Vecchio. In this neoclassical structure you will get to know about the Risanamento revival, visit San Miniato al Monte Abbey with awesome views of the Iris and rose gardens.

The square is full of replicas of the Michalengelo’s statues with a second copy of the David from Accademia Gallery as well all of which can be explored by taking a free tour of the entire area during golden hour or at the time of sunset.

You can take a bus with the number of 12 or 13 from the city center or the tourist buses, Biboli gardens and Pitti palace tours to visit this historic site of Florence with your family or friends. 

St. Peter’s Basilica

St. Peter's Basilica

St. Peter’s Basilica is one of the most famous Renaissance architectures and became the religious headquarters of the Christian world with great importance in Roman history.

You will find a collection of monuments, sculptures, statues, artworks, tombs and many more historical things in St. Peter’s Basilica highlighting the Dome of St. Peter’s Baldacchino and the Vatican Necropolis.

Tours from the Tour Desk of the portico of Saint Peter’s Basilica are available to visit this great place with guidance of experts and pre-purchased tickets which includes the specially trained guides for pilgrims and visitors at the Basilica from the Fabric of Saint.

In the interior of St. Peter you can explore the wonderful Renaissance art and Baroque art that provides a way to Michelangelo’s Pieta, Bermini’s baldacchino over the main altar, the statue of St. Longinus in the crossing, the tomb of Urban VIII, and the bronze cathedral of St. Peter in the apse.

To visit one of the holiest places of Christianity and Catholic tradition you shall arrive early in the morning or late afternoon but the good thing is you can visit this place without any charge.



Pantheon is an ancient temple dedicated to the twelve gods and living Sovran since 25 BC or 27 BC which has taken the modern shape after reconstruction between 118 and 125 AD portrays the glory of Trajan and Hadrian emperors and their powers. The most important part of this temple is its giant dome which has a famous hole on its top. 

You will need an entrance ticket of 5 Euros for adults to enter this famous Roman temple at Piazza della Rotonda and explore its dimensions, royal burials, Oculus, the burial of Raphael and the elegant design of ancient Roman architecture that will surely amuse you.

To visit the resting places of famous artists and kings in the tombs and know more secrets about this centuries old temple you can take a guided tour of this place between 9 A.M. and 6 P.M. except special occasions. 

Roman Forum


Roman Forum is the most important forum of ancient Rome on the low ground between the Palatine and Capitoline hills filled with some public meeting places, law courts, and gladiatorial fields with a series of shops, open air markets that tells about the lifestyle of ancient Roman people. 

In the heart of Rome you will find this amazing place sheltering some wonderful ruins, site of triumphal public processions and elections, venue for public speeches and criminal trials, the Arch of Titus, Cloaca Maxima and the Temples of Saturn and Vesta that can be explored through guided tours and a ticket of 18 euros per person between 9 A.M. and 7:15 P.M.

Gallerie Degli Uffizi

Gallerie Degli Uffizi

Gallerie Degli Uffizi is one of the best museums to visit in Italy if you want to see a gallery of wonderful western paintings from the 13th century to the 18th centuries and an archaeological collection of ancient Greek and Roman sculptures.

In the heart of Florence near Piazza della Signoria and beautiful Palazzo Vecchio offers great views of Ponte Vecchio and shelters some unavoidable works to see.

The works of Caravaggio’s Medusa, Primavera, Vinci’s Annunciation, Raphael’s Madonna, portraits of the Duke and Duchess of Urbino, the holy family, Medici venus and some more self portraits will not allow you to skip your eyes over them.

To see these world famous artworks and hand made sculptures from the Middle ages to modern times you must purchase a ticket with 25 euros and reach here any day between Tuesday and Sunday at least before 5:30 P.M. when the ticket office gets closed.

Doge’s Palace


Doge’s Palace or Palazzo Ducale is a venetian Gothic style residence of the doges in the Piazza San Marco of Northern Italy around a beautiful courtyard and richly decorated meeting place of former ministers and governing councils of the republic.

The impressive structure with layers of building elements and ornamentation from 14th and 15th century will surely grab your attention.

To enter into this palace and explore the treasures of art, architecture, grand halls, opulent rooms, Hall of the great council, the famous Bridge of Sighs and prisons and historic portraits of Venetian Doges you will need to buy a ticket of 25 euros so that you can spend at least 1 hour in this place.

You can visit this palace by water bus, taxi or by train but you shall avoid summer time to visit this palace as it is the peak season and the place is crowded with visitors.

Grand Canal


Canal Grande of Grand Canal is the main water source of Venice in Italy following a natural channel of reverse S shape from San Marco Basilica to Santa Chiara Church which divides the city into two parts giving way to people and goods to come into or go out of the city.

You will also see the most impressive palaces of Palazzo Corner della Ca’ Grande, the Palazzo Grassi, Ca’ Foscari and the famous Ca’ d’Oro near the canal.

You can take a water taxi from the train station to directly reach the canal where you can visit some wonderful  palaces, stunning bridges, and take the kitschy gondola rides for fun and gorgeous views.

You will need to spend between 80 and 120 euros if you want to enjoy a ride over the canal, hop on a vaporetto or take a public water taxi for a cheaper experience.

Galleria dell’Accademia

GALLERIA dell'Accademia

Galleria dell’ Accademia is not only a museum of art in Florida but also the best home for the sculptures and many other artworks of Michelangelo which is highlighted by the famous statue of David from the Piazza della Signoria, a huge collection of 15th and 16th century paintings and Tuscan paintings of 13th to 16th centuries.

You can catch a train from Santa Maria Novella to the Accademia Gallery, take a bus ride or walk for 15 minutes from the station to reach this precious museum.

You will need to arrive early in the morning around 9 A.M. after the museum opens at 8:15 A.M. to avoid the crowds so that you can spend at least 2 hours exploring the Tribune, musical instruments of the museum, the Florentine Gothic Art, Gipsoteca Bartolini, Hall of Prisoners or Colossus.

Piazza Navona

Piazza Navona

Piazza Navona is one of the most popular and beautiful squares in the centre of Rome with an unique elongated shape and three distinctive fountains which are the famous Bernini’s fountain, Porta’s Fontana del Moro and the fountain of Neptune.

You will also find four statues of Fontana dei Quattro Fiumi representing the continents of Christianity the Nile, Danube, the Ganges and Rio de la Plata.

If you are going to visit this Piazza in the district of Campus Martius just 300 meters away from the Pantheon then you will observe a beautiful and vibrant nature and Campo de Fiori a square with a daily market for flowers, vegetables and fruits with many other unique gifts.

You can take a bus to reach Senato or Rinascimento from where you will have to walk just for one minute to reach the Piazza Navona. The visit to Piazza is free, however the Stadium of Domitian needs tickets of 8 euros for children above 12 and below 18 and 6 euros for the senior people over 65.



Trastevere is a colorful neighborhood of Rome with plenty of great restaurants and pubs for those who want to enjoy a nightlife which is famous for its bohemian atmosphere, wine bars, craft shops and boutiques. Trastevere was a shelter of fishermen and sailors once as it was across the Tiber and they could easily meet their days.

If you are coming to this place then you will find some of the best attractions here from Basilica of Santa Maria, church of Santa Cecilla, Villa Farnesina, the artistic treasures of Palazzo Corsini, or stroll down the via Della Lungaretta, greenish peace of Orto Botanico, hop over to the Tiber island or see the people watch in the Piazza Trilussa.

Duomo – Cattedrale di Santa Maria del Fiore

Duomo - Cattedrale di Santa Maria del Fiore

Cattedrale di Santa Maria del Fiore or Santa Maria del Fiore is one of the largest churches in the world with a presbytery area inside dominated by a large octagon shaped dome with tribunes around it each of which has five chapels. This Gothic building with stained glass windows, ornate green, red, and white marble facade stores a collection of paintings from Renaissance artists attracts tourists from across the world.

This inspiring cathedral dedicated to the Virgin of Flowers and majestic structure since the Italian renaissance can be accessed from the main entrance on the west facade of the cathedral facing the Piazza del Duomo.

Visitors can admire the stunning Brunelleschi Dome’s ceiling, Opera del Duomo museum and the artworks of famous artists such as Michelangelo and Donatello without any charge but standard tickets allow entries to the museum as well as the Baptistery.

Pompeii Archaeological Park

Pompeii Archaeological Park

Pompeii Archaeological park is a unique place with nine awesome areas to visit in this rediscovered ancient city from the ancient streets and alleys, amphitheaters and the evocative necropolis to the villas, homes, temples and the public, recreational buildings.

To reach this place in the modern region of Campania near the coast of Italy you can rent a car, catch a train from Napoli to Salerno with a stop at Pompeii and then a bus to the archaeological park. 

This UNESCO World Heritage site is a museum of culture and history with the ancient towns of Herculaneum and Oplontis. The park is open from 9am to 5pm with entries till 3:30 pm so you have enough time to visit this historical place that tells about the lifestyle and gives a complete pictorial representation of an ancient Roman city if you have a ticket of 18 euros.

Gamberi di mazara

Gamberi di mazara

Gamberi di mazara or giant red shrimp is a delicious crustacean that is appreciated by chefs all over the world and directly connects to the history of the town of Mazara del Vallo in the western region of Sicily just 200 kilometers from Tunisia.

The delicious king prawns introduces you to the traditional Italian cuisine and taste. These Mazara red prawns are found in the sandy bottoms of Mediterranean sea between Sicily and Tunisia where they grow in warmer water and higher salinity contributing to their unique taste and white compact meat. 

You can buy gambero rosso di Mazara del Vallo from the shops of Longino and Casinetto or at the famous La Bettola, Trattoria da Giacomo or in any other famous restaurant. If you want to buy it fresh then it will cost around 94 euros per kg.

Piazza San Marco

Piazza San Marco

Piazza San Marco is the main public square of the city and has some of the most famous buildings with St. Mark’s Basilica and the Doge’s Palace in its square for which it was called as the world’s most beautiful drawing room.

You will find some ornate arches, murky canals and stunning buildings of classical, gothic and baroque styles with middle eastern and Asian influences in this square along the grand canal of Venice.

You can reach the square with a 28 minute walk from Santa Lucia train station or by taking a water bus or vaporetto with number 2 from Ferrovia to the Rialto stop and then walk for five minutes to reach St. Mark’s square.

This mythical place will tell you stories of Venetian history and culture, political and regional powers, the icon of the Saint Mark Basilica, figure of Duke and the ducal chapel for free if you have enough time to visit between 8 am and 5 pm.

Valle dei Templi

Valle dei Templi

Valle dei Templi or the Valley of Temples is the most important place of ancient classical culture in sicily and one of the most important archaeological sites in the world that has many great temples from Hera, Lacinia, Concordia to Heracles and Olympian zeus which were created to celebrate the victory at the battle of Himera.

You can take the public bus number 1, walk for 3 km from Agrigento to the eastern entrance if you can or rent a taxi to reach the valley which is located just outside the modern city of Agrigento along the center of the southern coast of Sicily.

If you reach between 9 am and 5 pm then you will get enough time to visit the collection of seven well preserved greek temples, the temple of Concord, Juno and Hercules dedicated to ancient gods.

Museo Nazionale di Castel Sant’Angelo

Museo Nazionale di Castel Sant'Angelo

The Mausoleum of Hadrian or the Castel Sant’Angelo is a monumental tomb by Emperor Hadrian for the burial of his future successors including himself which was later converted into a fortress, a prison, a palace, and recently a museum.

If you are visiting this place then the architectural style, a cylindrical edifice, a garden and a golden quadriga or a chariot drawn by four horses together on the top will come into your vision. 

You will have to purchase tickets for the adults with around 20 euros if you want to see the mausoleum, passage of Boniface IX, military exhibits, Alexander VII walkway, the angel courtyard, papal apartments, the library and also the beautiful terrace inside the castle. You will get many options like taking a metro to Lepanto or Ottaviano stations, using trams to Flaminio or city buses to reach the castle.

Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II

Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II

Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II is Italy’s oldest active shopping gallery and a major landmark of Milan which attracts many tourists for Renaissance revival architecture, the good luck charm of its little torino mosaic, and some of the oldest shops and restaurants in Milan like Biffi Cafe, the Savini restaurant, Borsalino hat shop and the Art Nouveau classic Camparino that provide the visitors an authentic experience.

You can reach the gallery from the closest train station Milano Cadorna or by strolling for 15 minutes or take the red metro line to the Duomo as the majestic Gallery opens its door in front of you.

You can also visit this shopping center from the Piazza della scala which is close to its northern entrance or from the La Scala Opera house. To find some of the oldest bookshops nad the iconic Bocca library you have to visit here between 8 am and 5 pm.

Mount Etna


Mount Etna is the highest Mediterranean island mountain in the metropolitan city of Catania on the east coast of Sicily and the most active stratovolcano in the world with its long history of eruption over 500,000 years.

The road leading to Sapienza refuge ski area lying at the south of crater at elevation of 1,910 m guides many tourists to this amazing place every year for bus tours, adventurous hiking to the top of the main crater, mountain biking, quad tour, unique helicopter ride or to enjoy a delicious taste of wine with Sicilian lunch.

Visitors can climb along the natural trails of the Mount Etna park across the woods and verdant orchards to the highest altitudes and observe the spectacular views of lunar landscapes, years old lava flows, active caves, steam vents, cinder cones, and the Valle del Bove depression with a 3 hours excursion that costs minimum of 30 euros for adults and 20 euros for children under 12.

Ponte Vecchio

Ponte Vecchio

Ponte Vecchio is a medieval stone and the first segmental arch bridge over the Arno river in Florence that is a representation of middle age engineering of Europe.

This cobblestone bridge offers a view of the Arno river in both directions, top of the Duomo with a wide variety of jewelry shops and centuries old wooden shops. Visitors can observe a bust of the Italian artist Benvenuto Cellini at the center of the bridge where lovers usually leave their padlocks together as a symbol of love.

The hidden passageway of Corridio Vasariano or Vasari’s secret corridor connects Palazzo Vecchio and Palazzo Pitti running under the shops of jewelry, cafes and other gift shops.

Monumento a Vittorio Emanuele II

Monumento a Vittorio Emanuele II

Monumento a Vittorio Emanuele II or the monument of victor Emmanuel II is a symbol of his victory at the battle of Solfernio and the union of Italy under his leadership.

This neoclassical monument made of white Brescian marble has stairways, Corinthian columns, fountains, an equestrian sculpture of Victor Emmanuel II, and two statues of the goddess Victoria on quadrigas that visitors can see for free.

You can enter the monument without any charge but you will have to buy tickets with 12 euros if you want to get into the Highline Galleria to see more wonderful works, however there are special discounts for people under 25 and above 65. You can also use the monument lift for 14 euros if you want to absorb fantastic views of the city.

Arena di Verona

Arena di Verona

Arena di Verona is a Roman amphitheater in Piazza Bra of Verona that has been a center of big opera performances since 30 AD and one of the best preserved ancient structures in Italy.

This place of ancient gladiator fights still attracts many tourists every year for musical concerts and amazing events. You can take a city bus from the rail station into the city center or use their special bus service to reach the venue.

In the Arena di Verona you can enjoy a skip line tour, dark historical verona walking tour, verona moonlight or highlights walking tour where experienced guides will tell you the stories of Verona and the history of Verona’s opera season, amphitheater and lifestyle.

If you want to enjoy an opera performance then you can reach the place around 9 pm and you will need time in hand because the longer performances like Aida and Nabucco will continue till midnight.

Castello Sforzesco

Castello Sforzesco

Castello Sforzesco is a 15th century castle by Francesco Sforza in Milan and one of the best homes of fine art collections that are stored with great care in the Museum of antique art, and the picture gallery along with the melody of the museum of musical instruments.

Besides being the residence of the duke it has many other highlights like Sala Delle Asse which is a room once used by Ludovico Sforza, banquet hall of Ludovico il Moro and the decorated ceiling painted by Vinci.

You can reach the castle from the central station by metro or by line 1 from Cadorna or Cairoli stations and then walking 200 meters on foot to reach the castle and spend around 5 euros to enter.

Ancient Theatre of Taormina

Ancient Theatre of Taormina

The ancient theatre of Taormina is a large place with seating arrangements for almost 5,400 spectators in the Via del teatro Greco and the most perfect ancient Greek theater in terms of aesthetics and exceptional architecture.

Besides the architecture, the picture perfect backdrop by Volcanic Mount Etna and the Inonian sea with twisting medieval streets helped this place to get inscribed on the UNESCO world Heritage list in 1988 along with the temple of Asclepius.

If you come here then you will see six column bases and four Corinthian columns still preserved on the stage area, the cavea formed by a flight of steps from bottom to the top, underground passage from the stage to the orchestra called as the “Charonian steps” that is imagined to allow the netherworld gods to appear and take part in the actions on stage and the performance area of actors that means the logeion.

You have to buy tickets with 12 euros for adults and 6 euros for 18 to 25 years people but you can take unique design objects, books, and artistic handcrafts with you as a memory of this place.

Piazza del Duomo

Piazza del Duomo

Piazza del Duomo is the main city square of Milan in Italy which is important for its artistic, cultural and social activities. This square is one of the greatest masterpieces of Gothic art and the first Italian Renaissance where the Florentine Cathedral and one of the largest churches in Christianity is present with 160 m length.

It is better if you come here on weekdays as weekends are crowded, especially Saturday. You can use the city buses to reach here.

In this Piazza tourists can climb to the rooftop for the stunning views of neighborhood, stroll around the Galleria Vittorio Emanule to see the barrel vaults and dome, try Luini’s delicious panzerotto or visit the artistic production of Museo del Novecento and enter the Palazzo Reale to see some successful art exhibitions that is open from Tuesday to Sunday.

Finally you can end your trip with shopping for clothes and accessories, perfumes or household items at the historic department store of La Rinascente.

Gardaland Park

Gardaland Park

Gardaland park is an amusement park resort in northeastern Italy which was opened in 1975 to provide an experience of gardaland sea life, Legoland water park, gardaland hotel with adventure and magic hotels to the visitors.

There are more than 40 rides from blue tornado to the winged roller coaster raptor in the amusement park for the families with children for an adventurous vacation. 

You can reach the Gardaland park by train as it is located only 2 km from the Peschiera del Garda railway station and connected with the station by a free shuttle bus service for round trip every 30 minutes. To enjoy the thrilling roller coasters and musical live shows, themed areas you will need to buy tickets with around 50 euros.

Sassi di Matera

Sassi di Matera

The Sassi di Matera are two districts of the Italian city of Matera, Basilicata that are made of some ancient cave dwellings from the Paleolithic period making Sassi one of the most unique landscapes in Europe.

This city of stones and rock churches is a magical place preserving evidence of human settlements since the Paleolithic period carved into the rocky walls of its naturally generated caves. There are several transport services that you can check to reach this beautiful place.

The entrance to most of the places including the main church is free but to visit the special houses and cave churches you will have to pay a few euros at the entrance.

Museo Nazionale del Cinema

Museo Nazionale del Cinema

Museo Nazionale del Cinema is a fantastic museum in the Mole Antonelliana that will take you on a tour through the cinematic history with some memorable displays of Marilyn Monroe’s black lace bustier, robe of Peter O’Toole from Lawrence and the coffin used by the dracula of Bela Lugosi in the 1931 film.

To reach the museum there are some public transport options like buses and trams or by car as there are parking areas to keep your cars. To visit the museum only you will need tickets of 15 euros per person and to enjoy the panoramic lift also you will need to spend 5 euros more.

Visitors can see a stunning temple hall surrounded by small chapels dedicated to the creators of history in cinema at the core of this museum of Turin with Cabiria, the masterpiece of Italian silent cinema, and you will get a chance to see the CineVR that is the first movie theater in Italy to be dedicated to VR.

Now coming to the floor completely dedicated to the Archaeology of Cinema you can visit eight themed areas and experience the optical illusions yourself and the movie devices with other visitors.

Icario Winery

Icario Winery

Icario winery is a wonderful area for wine tasting with a gallery that offers exhibitions for artists across the world in Montepulciano of Tuscany near the other Italian region Umbria. Here you can stay in art villas designed for the visitors to enjoy the combination of visual art and the art of wine.

Tourists can take part in a tour of tasting Icario wines, grappa, and olive oil or enjoy lunch and dinner with traditional Tuscan platters in the amazing lounge terrace with some stunning views. You will get a chance to experience the Rosso di Montepulciano DOC, Vino mobile DOCG and Nobile Riserva DOCG wines.

IL Cenacolo

IL Cenacolo

IL Cenacolo or the painting of The Last Supper by Leonardo da Vinci is one of the most famous paintings in the world which was painted between 1494 and 1498 by the government of Ludovico il Moro representing the last dinner of Jesus with his twelve disciples.

The story tells that he was betrayed by one of those twelve disciples present in that room but the artist has portrayed the personality of each disciple with many religious themes. 

The mysterious painting also has some numerical references to the number three like the Apostles are seated in groups of three, there are three windows behind Jesus and the figure of Jesus also seems to be in a triangle shape with his hands located at the golden ratio of half the height of the composition.

A ticket of around 15 euros will allow you to enter the refectory of the Santa Maria Delle Grazie convent of Milan where you will get a chance to see this original renaissance miracle.

Amalfi Coast

Amalfi Coast

Amalfi coast is a popular destination for adventurous activities like jet skiing with a stunning cathedral and rich maritime history, musical festivals and panoramic views of natural gardens at Ravello.

Amalfi coast is a land of churches that is famous for paper making, capuchin monks, tuna and anchovies, lemons and limoncello that provides some beautiful spots for celebrity honeymoons. 

You can easily reach the Amalfi coast using the high speed rail network of Italy and spend some beautiful time visiting the Valle Delle Ferriere, hiking on the path of gods, taking a boat trip to the Procida island or explore the paestum archaeological site with some food tours to dive into local cuisines and fresh seafood.

Vatican Museums

Vatican Museums

Vatican museums are the centers of Christianity that have provided shelters to the popes for many centuries as the Papal palaces and protected some of the world’s most beautiful and important art pieces.

You have to reach here within 5 pm by taking a metro or taxi from the city center if you want to visit the entire museum. The Vatican museum is decorated with some exquisite art works, archaeology and ethnology created over centuries that invites many visitors to see the Rapheal rooms, Gregorian Etruscan museum, and Sistine chapel. 

The spiral staircases of the museum are inspired by the double helix structure of Pio Clementine museum’s staircases. If you are interested in geographical matters then you can also visit the Gallery of maps after the Gallery of statues and hall of busts to take complete advantage of your 17 euros on site ticket or 21 euros online ticket.


Whether it’s the beauty of nature, adventure of high rides with family and friends or the mystery of ancient palaces, museums, and caves carved into the Paleolithic rocks that attracts you the most Italy is such a destination that will offer you a mixed experience of all these adventures for a memorable spring vacation.


Q1) How much an Italy trip can cost on average?

With proper budget planning a private Italy tour can cost around 450$ daily for one person including all kinds of expenses.

Q2) How many days in Italy is perfect for a family vacation?

If you are going to visit Italy with your family then planning to spend at least two weeks in Italy will be good for a comfortable and delightful journey.

Q3) How can I travel around Italy with my family and friends?

It is easier to travel the big cities of Italy like Rome or Florence by train as there is an extensive network of fast speed intercity trains and regional services connecting smaller cities and towns though Italy has other public transport options especially metro.

Q4) Which kind of food can I expect in Italy?

If you are visiting with family then you shall prefer some familiar foods in Italy like pizza, pasta or Italian cheese but you can try the authentic Italian dishes like Arancini, Focaccia, Lasagna, Ossobuco or Risotto if you want.