1. Leaning Tower of Pisa
Italian tourism without contemplating Pisa is a great shortage. As the strange architecture of the world, in 1173, the tower began to sink due to the deterioration of the foundation, Pisa lay dormant for almost a century, then continued to build high and finish in the middle 14th century.
This tower is built on a subsided ground and spent hundreds of years of history, each year the tower is tilted a bit. That is why it is called the Pisa leaning tower and has become the symbol of Italy as it is today. Experiencing the many times of remodeling and the efforts of salvation, showing the leaning tower of Pisa had a steady tilt of 3.9 degrees.
2. Colosseum Arena.
The Colosseum is one of the famous tourist destinations in Italy. It was built around 70 and 72 AD under the Vespasian emperor. Colosseum is designed to accommodate 50,000 people, and has up to 80 entrances so that audiences can come and go easily and quickly. The total building height is about 48.5 meters, equivalent to a 12 to 15 floors of building.
The main use of the arena is to play the arena of fighters. It is estimated that more than 500,000 people and more than 1 million animals die when participating in bloody mortal games in the Roman arena to entertain everyone during this time of work.
3. Florence Cathedral.
Don't miss Florence Cathedral, also known as the Cathedral. Built in the Renaissance, featuring a unique Gothic-style dome design. Florence Cathedral welcomes millions of visitors every year, if you plan to explore this place, choose in the low season.
Cathedral Florence is known as one of the largest churches in the world, with a length of 153m, 11.5m wide, the unique design of brick dome is like a great work of art with diameter of 45m. 4. Como lake.
Como Lake is part of Lake District in Italy. This is a famous area that attracts many visitors to visit for over 100 years by the combination of fresh air, blue water, majestic mountains and mild weather. Roman villas built near the shore of the lake also have beautiful views.
5. City of Venice.
Well known for its dreamlike beauty, Venice is still known as the love city of the country as a boot. Venice is connected by 118 islands, 170 large and small canals, and 417 bridges. Although it was damaged much by the time and partly because the number of tourists coming here is getting more and more, but Venice always keeps the beauty of both romantic, poetic and peaceful.
In Venice, you can only travel by boat along the canals to admire the unique architectural features on both sides of the canal. With the Gondola - Venice's most iconic boat, the most traditional and typical boat, you can float gently on the Grande Canal. 6. Amalfi Beach.
In the list of famous tourist destinations in Italy is Amalfi - Italy's most beautiful beach. Amalfi is the coast of southern Sorrentine peninsula in the southern province of Salerno, stretching from Salerno to Sorrento. With stunning views of steep cliffs, rocky coasts, colorful towns and breathtaking lush forests, this place was recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site in 1997.
The houses here are surrounded by lush gardens. Lemon, olives, grapes and flowers fill the air with a cool scent. Narrow streets are covered with pebbles and terraces.
7. Vesuvius Volcano.
Vesuvius volcano is still active today, but it is one of the adventurous places to visit once when traveling to Naples, Italy.
When you come here, you will not only be able to visit the top and look at the crater, but also witness the powerful devastation after the eruption of Vesuvius volcano through the wilderness scene of 2 ancient cities Pompeli and Herrculaneum. Don't forget to visit the national park right at the foot of the volcano.