10 Tourist Attractions In Italy

10 Tourist Attractions In Italy
Not only has a warm Mediterranean climate suitable to travel year round, Italy is the country tourist attraction more than 50 million passengers per year with the structures and unique attractions, culture – gastronomy – the rich and fashionable, beautiful beaches and ancient monuments; … The great cities of Italy such as Rome, Venice and Florence famous throughout the world and attracts many tourists to visit.
Here are 10 places of tourist attractions that you should not ignore:
1. The towers of San Gimignano
San Gimignano is a village in Manhatten, 14 stone towers symbolize the strength and prosperity. There are more than 70 towers are built here to defend the town against the attack of the enemy. After the battle the plague ravaged the city, in 1348, strength against the enemy and preserve the medieval towers of San Gimignano was weakened. Today, it is the tourist attractions to visit and explore the unique architecture of the famous towers.

2. Manarola

Lerici is one of the ancient city, famous for the brilliant beauty of the colorful buildings. The city is located on a rocky mountains with many great views.
3. The leaning tower of Pisa
The Tower of Pisa is famous in the world, was built over a period of more than 177 years. In 1173, the Tower began to sink by the Foundation were downgraded. It is terrible to him alone for nearly a century. The tower was rebuilt the engineers and completed in the mid-14th century. In 2001, this famous tower was reopened to welcome visitors eager to climb up the ladder of 296. Today, after much effort to salvageable after the risk of collapse, the leaning tower of Pisa has a stable 3.9 degrees tilt.
4. Lake Como
Lake Como is a part of the Italian Lakes County. This is the famous area attract many tourists to visit more than 100 years by the combination of fresh air, blue waters, mountains and temperate weather, Hungary. The Lake’s shape like the letter Y with 2 branches starting from Como in the North and in the South East, Lesco enter together and continue to Colico Lake Como in the North. the famous Roman villas were built near the lake shore. Many of the villas have very beautiful gardens with many trees match the types of the tropical, mild climate and many trees can withstand high heat.
5. Positano
Positano is a small city situated on the Amalfi coast. The long coastline along with complex terrains created for Positano the stunning beauty with the sea, majestic mountains. The city was built and became prosperous in the middle ages. Until the 19th century, half the city’s population emigrated to other places. In the 20th century, the city became the attractive tourist destinations attract many tourists to visit.
6. Pompeii – forgotten city
On 24 August the year 79 ad, the volcano Vesuvius erupted and covered the city of Pompeii by many layers of ashes and soils. The city lies beneath the ashes in the fateful day was predicted before. Everything, from the objects such as furniture, paintings and people are freezing from time to time. The excavations of Pompeii has provided many special things about human life 2000 years ago. Nowadays, Pompeii is one of the attractive tourist destinations of Italy with nearly 250 thousand visitors annually.

7. Piazza del Campo

Piazza del Campo is one of the greatest Medieval square in Europe, is about a major public space of the historical centre of Siena and Tuscany. This place always attract visitors to tour by great beauty along with the unique architecture remained intact.
8. Santa Maria del Fiore
Santa Maria del Fiore was built in 1296 Gôtich style and was completed in 1436. Basilica Santa Maria del Fiore dil is the beautiful Cathedral of Florence and is the symbol of the city. The appearance of the Roman imperial palace was covered many paintings of colorful marble. Roman imperial palace is one of the largest churches of Italy to this day, its dome still largest in the world.
9. Colosseum
The Colosseum is the widest and famous Amphitheatre of the Roman amphitheatre. It was built by the Emperor Vespasian in the Flavian Dynasty in 72 ad and was completed by his son named Titus in 80 ad. Colosseum has less than 80 entrance and has a capacity of 50,000 spectators.
10. Venice
Known as the “city of water”, the romantic city of Venice is a tourist favorite for the journey by gondola on the Canal. Many buildings in Italy along the banks of the Grand Canal makes more beautiful surroundings. Venice has attracted a lot of visitors to tour by charm and romance, is one of the top tourist attractions of Italy.

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