Popular destinations in Italy
Amalfi Coast— stunningly beautiful rocky coastline, so popular that private cars are banned in the summer months.
Capri — the famed island in the Bay of Naples, formerly a favored resort of the Roman emperors.
Cinque Terre — five tiny, scenic, towns strung along the steep vineyard-laced coast of Liguria.
Italian Alps — some of the most beautiful mountains in Europe, including Mont Blanc and Mount Rosa.
Lake Como — its atmosphere has been appreciated for its beauty and uniqueness since Roman times.
Lake Garda — a beautiful lake in Northern Italy surrounded with many small villages.
Pompeii and Herculaneum — two neighbouring cities covered by an eruption of Mt. Vesuvius in AD 79, now excavated to reveal life as it was in Roman times.
Taormina — a charming hillside town on the east coast of Sicily.
Vesuvius — the famous dormant volcano with a stunning view of the Bay of Naples.
Written by The Travel Valet
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