Italy Sightseeing

Amalfi Coast

The intensely beautiful Amalfi coastline has been home to thriving communities since early in the Middle Ages. Numerous architectural gems line the co...
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Colosseum

Easily the most identifiable attraction in Rome, the Colosseum dates to the first century and was originally built to house 50,000 spectators during g...
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Florence

Though its roots are Etruscan, Florence was officially declared a settlement by Julius Caesar in 59 BC. Florence served as capital for the Kingdom of...
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Naples

Just west of Mount Vesuvius, the city of Naples boasts 2,500 years of history. Architecture here represents Baroque, Renaissance and Medieval periods,...
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Pompeii

One of Italy's most celebrated historical sites, Pompeii would be just another ancient settlement leveled by a volcano if it weren't for the u...
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Roman Forum

The Roman forum was originally an Etruscan burial ground, later converted and developed as a center of civic and commercial interest. The forum was ce...
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Sacri Monti

A spread of nine hills spanning Lombardy and Piedmont in northern Italy are known for their clustered 16th and 17th century churches. These chapels bl...
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Sistine Chapel

An intensely well-known feature of the Vatican City, the Sistine Chapel is the primary draw card for most who visit the Vatican Museum. This is the ro...
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