Italy has full of amazing places to visit, from the towering Dolomite mountains in the north to the beaches in Puglia and the historic temples in Sicily.
East of the Roman Forum in the heart of Rome, Italy, is an oval amphitheatre known as the Colosseum. Despite its age, it is still the biggest amphitheatre in existence today and the biggest ancient amphitheatre ever constructed.
Florence, the epicentre of the Italian Renaissance, occasionally resembles a massive art gallery. The Duomo, also known as the Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore, is a famous piece of global construction.
One of the most romantic activities in Italy is a gondola trip. At the Grand Canal's end of the plaza, gondolas assemble.
The likes of Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci, Verdi, Enrico Caruso, Toscanini, and fashion designer Giorgio Armani have called Milan their home and place of employment.
Since ancient Romans left Milan's summer heat to cool off in villas along its steep slopes, Como, Italy's most stunning lake, has been a popular summer getaway for the wealthy and famous.
The high, precipitous Amalfi Peninsula juts sharply into the Mediterranean just south of Naples, forming the southern rim of Naples Bay.
Only 20 kilometres away from Sorrento, the mythical Isle of Capri rises in rugged cliffs from the Tyrrhenian Sea.
Leaning Tower Pisa
A well-known Italian monument and the focal point of a UNESCO World Heritage site, the Leaning Tower of Pisa is actually the campanile for the nearby cathedral.