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Tourism in Italy: Best Italian places to visit

December 06, 2018
Tourism in Italy is one of the most important and best types of tourism in the world. Best Italian places you can visit in Italy, because it is filled with many tourist attractions and is called the country of lovers. Italy enjoys not only its rich cultural and artistic heritage, but is famous for the best dishes you can taste. It is a mixture of fun and art, where you can also get to know the most famous art museums and artists. Here is a list of best Italian places to visit in Italy.

Colosseum

 Best Italian places to visit - Colosseum The Colosseum is one of the best Italian places to visit in Italy. It was named after the giant bronze statue in front of the building the Colosseum, which is attributed to Emperor Nero. The word colossus means Giant in Latin and is therefore called by this name. The statue is about 9 meters long, and the squares of this giant Roman amphitheater were devoted to wrestling battles.  

Trevi Fountain

 Best Italian places to visit - Trevi Fountain If you are looking for a little luck, go to the Trevi Fountain, the most famous fountain in Rome and the world. The legend says that the one who throws a coin in the fountain water will fulfill his wish, and that the day will come when he returns to Rome again.  

Pantheon

 Best Italian places to visit - Pantheon The Pantheon is one of the most important tourist destinations, and best Italian places to visit in Italy. This building was built by the architect Tarhan Abudulos Damascene, built during the reign of the Roman emperor Hadrian with the help of architects. The word Pantheon in Italian means that it is the temple of all gods. The building was used in ancient times as a temple for all the ancient gods of Rome, and later became used as a Christian church. The Pantheon is the oldest building still in Rome and has a dome, and is considered the best preserved building of the 19th century.  

Best Italian places to visit in Italy is Spanish stairs

The stairs are located in a square surrounded by the boat circle, symbolizing the ancient sinking of Rome. It is a large stairway connecting Spain and the Trinità de Monti square. Spanish stairs are among the best tourist destinations in Italy in general and Rome in particular.  

La Scala Milan Theater

 Best Italian places to visit - La Scala Milan Theater La Scala Theater is one of the most famous opera houses in the world, located in Milan. The theater was built inside a luxury building and held on stage for top international singers. Every day, there are many musical performances by leading opera artists from all over the world, as well as theater performances, and also performances and plays for children. The theater opened in 1778 and was known by the name of Novo Regio Ducal Teatro but Scala. It houses a large museum that displays many of the old artists' paintings, as well as statues of some opera singers.  

Aquarium Civico de Milan

 Best Italian places to visit - Aquarium Civico de Milan Aquarium Civico de Milan is one of the most famous tourist attractions in Italy. It is considered as one of the best Italian places to visit in Italy. The aquarium has more than 100 species of fish and various marine organisms living in Italy's lakes and rivers and is displayed in huge basins. The building also houses a marine science library with a statue of the Nabataean Sea and the Roman Sea. There is also a 3D cinema within the aquarium, where documentary films about the various marine organisms and their ways of life are presented. In addition, the building includes a small museum displaying many paintings of some famous sea explorers, some of which date back to 160 years.  

Leonardo Da Vinci National Museum of Science and Technology

 Best Italian places to visit - Leonardo Da Vinci National Museum of Science and Technology The museum is located in Milan, it is 40,000 meters long and is the largest museum of science and technology in Italy. The museum was built in the early 16th century. It houses a large collection of Leonardo Da Vinci models. Who was a painter, architect, botanist and map designer. He was also a renowned geologist, musician, sculptor and architect of the Renaissance. Because he was a genius man of global talent in his age, he excelled in various fields of art and knowledge.  

Popoli Gardens

 Best Italian places to visit - Popoli Gardens The Popoli Gardens in Florence are located behind the Pitti Palace, which is the headquarters of the Medici of Florence in the 15th to 18th century. It has many sculptures dating back to the 16th and 18th centuries, and some Roman ruins. The gardens underwent expansions and restructuring in the 17th century, with an area of about 45,000 square meters.  

The Grand Canal in Venice

 Best Italian places to visit - The Grand Canal in Venice The canal spreads along 3800 meters and it is from 30 to 90 meters wide, while its depth is about 5 meters. The canal forms "s" character. It is one of Venice's waterways and ends at Lake Venice, which is located near the Saint Lucia railway station.  

Currier Museum

 Best Italian places to visit - Currier Museum The museum has many artistic collections, including paintings and drawings that tell the history of Venice. This history is presented through a sequence of events and personalities that had a role in the city and influenced it. The museum contains many sections and is one of the best Italian places to visit in Italy.  

The Planetario di Milano dome

 Best Italian places to visit - The Planetario di Milano dome The dome is located in Venice and is the largest celestial dome in Italy, and it is one of the most famous tourist places in Italy. The dome is used as a huge screen. It includes a theater that offers educational performances of the astronomy that simulate the viewing of planets and stars as well as celestial objects.  

Italian kitchen

 Best Italian places to visit - Italian kitchen   Italy is famous for its unique cuisine, which is considered as a different type of tourism in Italy. Italian cuisine is distinguished by its variety of dishes, it varies by region. Italian cuisine in the north is based on potatoes, butter-rich meals and rice, while in central Italy is made up of pasta and meat. But in the south it depends on vegetables, pizza, pasta and seafood. Italian cuisine in general has many dishes that vary in taste and presentation, providing a rich experience.   To experience more international kitchens you can see: Food adventure: a tour around the world kitchens