Places to see while on vacation in Italy

This article is an inside guide into top places and cities, and some interesting spots to visit while on vacation to Italy. Including the best couples and families, in locations that includes Venice, Florence, Rome, The Amalfi Coast, Milan, The Italian Lakes, Sicily and much more!

Florence: Florence, known as the cradle of Renaissance is one of Europe’s great art cities. The exquisite art and architecture it contains makes it difficult to know where to start. The city is also a living city with lots of vibrant restaurants and nightlife scene, and a very lively cultural Movida that goes beyond old masters to embrace opera, classical music and contemporary art. The city is one Europe’s most civilized long weekend destinations, it is handsome, full of quirk shops and quality craft, historic and very close to the vine-covered hills of Chianti.

Firenze Number Nine: this is an affordable hotel located in the centre with great is popular with savvy web-surfing visitors due to its high aggregator review ratings, it will suit anyone looking for a good-value perch handy for the Centro Storico and the station, including single travellers.

Ad Astra: located in the largest private garden in Europe, the owners have taken the period features, such as frescoes, vast chandeliers, creaky original parquet floors and fine stucco-work, a quirky but yet convincing mix of vintage, up-cycled and reclaimed furniture.

The Gritti Palace: this is a 15th-century palazzo occupies one of the loveliest places on the grand Canal, looking across to the magnificent Salute church, and has equally sumptuous interiors to match, and a small but exquisite spa.

Venice: when in Italy and you never thought of visiting Venice, your tourism is never complete. Venice has never lost its capacity to enchant and this is one of the reasons it is very popular. Another reason for being popular is the shear loveliness of an exquisite city that seems built on water. It is not more than a bridge and an Alley away from a more secluded city full of secret crampi, handsome Gothic palazzi and a very lively neighbourhood wine bar. Churches and Museums in Venice offers great antique glories a plenty.

Cima Rosa Boutique Bed & Breakfast: with a perfect mix of elegance and warmth, this boutique offers five elegant classic-contemporary rooms. Three of these rooms are overlooking the Grand Canal- and exceptional service welcome from a team of females, creating a home from home feels.

Mario de’ Fiori 37: at the very centre of Piazza di Spagna’s buzzing shopping area, is this extraordinary well-placed store is. It is the ideal place for those looking to fill up their homes with Prada, Battistoni, Gucci and other Italian favourites.

Gran Melia, Rome: this is a Former convent that was built on the site of the suburban home of the great Emperor Nero’s mother. The hotel which is located in the heart of historic Rome is housed in a chic and sprawling villa, with complete panoramic cityscapes, and outdoor pool and verdant gardens.