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Glamorous cities in Italy

There are hundreds of Italian cities. Here are nine of its most famous

Rome (Roma) — the capital, both of Italy and, in the past, of the Roman Empire until 285 AD.

Bologna — one of the world’s great university cities that is filled with history, culture, technology and food.

Florence (Firenze) — the Renaissance city known for its architecture and art that had a major impact throughout the world.

Genoa (Genova) — an important medieval maritime republic; its port brings in tourism and trade, along with art and architecture.

Milan (Milano) — one of the main fashion cities of the world, but also Italy’s most important centre of trade and business.

Naples (Napoli) — one of the oldest cities of the Western world, with a historic city centre that is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Pisa — one the medieval maritime republics, it is home to the unmistakable image of the Leaning Tower of Pisa.

Turin (Torino) — a well-known industrial city, home of FIAT, other automobiles and the aerospace industry. Le Corbusier defined Turin as “the city with the most beautiful natural location in the world.

Venice (Venezia) — one of the most beautiful cities in Italy, known for its history, art, and of course its world famous canals.

Written by The Travel Valet

Photo courtesy of Fototeca ENIT

By Judy Karwacki, MA, MBA

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