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Italy City Travel Information

1. Rome City

Rome is capital and famous tourist city of Italy. Every year, many tourists from all over the world travel to Rome. To appreciate the art, architecture and history of greatness. Also, Rome is a colorful city. Mingle with people and tourists. This historic city is full of churches and have huge building with ancient statues. There are many attractions in the city such as the ancient Roman Colosseum market, the Cistercian church, and the famous Trevi Fountain. Vatican City also the headquarters of the Roman Catholic Church, has St. Peter’s Basilica and the Vatican Museums, which house masterpieces such as Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel frescoes.

2. Genoa City

Genoa is a major seaport in the north of Italy, considered to be a major port of the country. It has flourished in the past until the 18th century, the army of the Emperor Boonian invaded and occupied this land into a part of France. But it is only a short time. When Napoleon diminished power. Genoa has a chance to come back to the country and return to Italy again until today. Genoa is a city that can earn a living into the country is consistent, both a major port and a famous tourist city. It is the center of technology and the automobile manufacturing industry, such as Fiat, Alfa, Romeo and Lazio.

3. Bologna City

Bologna, the capital of Emilia Romagna, 1 in 20 regions of Italy. It takes about 1.30 hours. The city is located between the Pau River and the Alpine Pine. It is also one of the best preserved medieval cities in Europe. It is also home to the oldest university, Alma Mater Studiorum.

4. Milan City

Milan or the capital of Lombardy, is a major city in northern Italy. Famous for its fashion and artistry. Milan is a fashion city in the same fashion as New York, Paris, London and Rome. It is also known for its silk and car industry, Alfa Romeo, as well as Inter Milan and football clubs. AC Milan.

Place to go around Italy

1. Venezia Island

Venezia or Venice Island or Venezia located in Veneto Province of Venice, Italy. Venice is a city in northeastern Italy and the capital of the Veneto region. It is situated across a group of 118 small islands It is a unique city. Use the boat instead of the car. The canal on the road, nicknamed “Queen of the Adriatic”, has over 118 islands and more than 400 connecting bridges on the San Marco coast. Center of venice.

2. Riomaggiore Village

Rio de Janeiro, Riomaggiore small fishing village The charming and atmosphere like a doll town. The houses are set on a cliff that is covered with greenery and cut to the Mediterranean Sea. Especially in summer.

3. Piazza Maggiore in Bologna, Italy

Piazza Maggiore in Bologna, Italy is a large square in the old town center. Surrounded by the Church of San Peter. Created to offer to St. Peter the first patriarch of Bologna. Including City Hall or City Hall. Fountain of the Divine Neptune and Parvasse Del Potestas.

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