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Venice is located  in northeastern Italy and is  the  capital of the Venetian region and of the province of Venice. It encompasses more than 100 small islands in a lagoon of the Adriatic Sea. Its historic center was  declared a World Heritage Site by   the UNESCO. It has no roads, but only canals, including the Grand Canal thoroughfare, lined with Renaissance and Gothic palaces. 


       How to get to Venice

Plane: there are many flights to the city thanks to the airports  Frame  Pole of Venice, with scheduled flights, and Treviso, with charter flights. From Venice there are flights to the most important European cities and even some direct intercontinental flights. The airport  Frame  Pole of Venice is to the east of Mestre, about 15 km from Venice.  


Taxis:  by taxi in 15 minutes you arrive at Plaza Roma (Mestre radiotaxi tel. +39-041.59.64). From Plaza Roma you can go to the city center on foot or by  “vaporetto”  ACTV.  


By sea: Alilaguna Blue, Red or Orange Line boats , which is a boat service that takes you directly from the airport to Venice in about an hour, stopping at the nerve centers of the city. This service, cheaper than normal taxis, has two lines, the Alilaguna Red line.  

How to get around the city


They perform the function of urban buses by  Great channel.   depending on the cost  and  the amount of   times you drink  the vaporetto may be a better option to buy the  Venice Single City Pass ,     Venice tourist card. It gives us free access to the main attractions of the city for 7 days. It has priority access without queues. 


aquatic t -axis

Like the rest of the means of transport, its  price is quite high. The relaxing boat ride will only be profitable for larger groups, since the  maximum capacity is 10 people.  


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It is a long and narrow traditional Venetian boat. Her patron, the gondolieri, propels her with the help of a single oar.

While we can't exactly call it a means of transportation, it is an attraction from which you can see some places that are otherwise inaccessible.  


What to see in  Venice

the grand canal 

the first site  that you will see and by which we realize   the dimension of this city on the water. The channel is about 4 kilometers that divides the city into two parts. The best thing is to cross it with the 'vaporetto' number 1 which is the one that stops at all the stations crossing the canal from side to side. On this walk you will enjoy the large number of palaces and centuries-old houses that are on its two banks.


Rialto bridge 

The most famous in Venice. This is the oldest bridge that crosses the Grand Canal in Venice, it was built between 1588 and 1591. It is one of the most visited points and since it is narrow, the crowds are constant.  

puente del rialto

academy bridge

It was initially built of iron in 1854, then it was reformed and made of wood, although today it is reinforced and is one of the most popular and busy bridges in  Venice  crossing the Grand Canal


barefoot bridge 

Located in front of the Santa Lucía Train Station, it is built  Istrian stone with a single arch. In its location, there was before, an iron bridge built in 1858.


constitution bridge

The most modern in Venice, designed by Calatrava. Initially known as  Fourth Bridge over the Canal Grande  (Quarto Ponte sul Canal Grande  in Italian) or  Calatrava Bridge.  


square and  St Mark's Basilica

The Plaza and the Basilica of San Marco are the most famous places in this city. Everyone heads here when they arrive in Venice. It measures 180 meters long by 70 meters wide and is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful squares in Europe. On one side of the square at the entrance to the Grand Canal are the Columns of San Marco and San Teodoro built in 1172 where they were celebrated public executions.


the campanile

It is another important building  of the square whose  construction dates from  9th century. Its initial use was not that of  Bell tower  but the one of  watchtower and lighthouse, in the vicinity of the "campanile" were lit  huge torches  that allowed sailors who arrived at  Venice  see it from great distances.  


Torre dell'Orologio

It is located on the north side of Piazza San Marco, on the arched passage leading to the Mercerías, the most important shopping street in Venice, and is one of the most original buildings of Venetian Renaissance architecture.  


The Doge's Palace

S ituated in the  St. Mark's Square  and is considered one of the most beautiful in Europe.   It dates from the 9th century and its Gothic-style façades are imposing. Its architectural style combines Byzantine, Gothic and Renaissance elements.

palacio ducal

The bridge of  The sighs

This famous bridge connects the Ducal Palace with the old prison of the Inquisition and its name reminds us of the cries made by the prisoners when crossing the bridge before being judged. It is one of the most photographed corners of the city and the point through which many of the gondolas that sail through Venice pass.


Religious monuments

There are churches to visit, many of them have free admission and in others you have to pay although it is usually cheap (€2-3). Some of the most important or accessible are:

St Mark's Basilica  (mentioned above)

Basilica of San Giorgio Maggiore:   Inside we will see the two paintings by Tintoretto that are on the walls of the presbytery, The Last Supper and The Gathering of the Manna.

Basilica of Saint Mary of Health:  It was built after a plague epidemic that killed 80,000 inhabitants. The most important painting, "Wedding at Cana" by Tintoretto, is located inside the sacristy.

Church of San Rocco:  built between 1478 and 1494 with frescoes also made by Tintoretto.

Basilica Santa Maria Gloriosa dei Frari :  its construction lasted about 100 years and was completed in the fifteenth century. Its campanile is the second tallest in Venice after San Marco.

Ca' Rezzonico

It is another of the most emblematic corners of Venice, it is a spectacular 17th century palace located in the Dorsoduro district. It is one of the few palaces in Venice that can be visited.

ca razonico

Ca' d'Oro 

This is one of the palaces that are located on the banks of the Grand Canal. Its construction began in the mid-15th century, in a Gothic-Renaissance style.

Currently, the Ca' d'Oro Palace houses the Giorgio Franchetti Gallery and it is possible to visit it.  

ca  de oro

Ca' Pesaro

In this palace we can see the International Gallery of Modern Art Ca' Pesaro.

The building was built in the second half of the 17th century and is by the same architect who built the Church of Salute and Ca' Rezzonico.

ca  pessaro

Rialto Market

It is a market of great antiquity since it goes back to the origins of the  city of Venice , and whose name was used in 1250 to denominate the new wooden bridge that was then built, predecessor of the current one  Rialto bridge.


Island of Murano

The island of Murano is known for its long tradition. The Museo del Vetro, which tells the story of glass through the centuries, is packed with visitors who come to explore it and shop for handmade souvenirs. The Romanesque church of Santa Maria and San Donato has a colorful mosaic floor and, according to legend, houses the bones of a dragon. 

The first glass factories were in  Venice  but the risk of fire caused by the ovens was so high that it was decided to move them to the island of  Murano. It is very interesting to see how they work even if it is a small demo of 10 minutes.


       Venice Carnival

It is the biggest annual event in the city. Each year the festival ends with the Christian celebration of Lent, forty days before Easter, one day before Ash Wednesday. It is a magical time to travel to Venice but also very expensive, flights and hotels are through the roof, anyway it can be a good experience if you count on it and you don't mind paying a little more.


The  lido  it's a long  bar  of 12  km located in  Venice ,  in which about 20,000 inhabitants live. Every September, in its Palacio de Congresos, the  Venice International Film Festival .

On the island there are three important places. The Lido itself in the north,  Malamocco , in the center and  Alberoni ,   in the extreme south, 

lido de venecia

On the side of the island facing the  Adriatic sea  there are several sandy beaches, although most belong to nearby hotels. 

These beaches are private, although in the north and  south there are two beaches  Huge public. 

lido de vezia

Gastronomy in Venice  

Many say that Venice is not the best gastronomic destination in Italy. However, knowing how to search, you can find some interesting places to spend an evening at the table.

Admittedly, food is not the strong point of a visit to Venice. Such a touristic city thinks more about mass production than about offering true quality and in the most central areas the quality is usually medium-low for the price paid.  

The solution? the Trattorias , which offer reasonable prices and qualities comparable to their “big” brothers, the restaurants. They usually offer little variety of dishes but the prices are good. The best are in the narrow streets that surround the old town.

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Milan is the largest metropolitan area de Italy and the second municipality in Italy by population. Capital of the region de lombardyIt is located at la padana plain, where you will find a flat geography without too many differences. This makes it extremely Visitable at any time of the year, without having to climb large slopes. It is one of the most developed regions of Italy, being a great city of industry and commerce, technological innovation, fashion, design that, under its imposing aspect of a modern and dynamic metropolis, projects itself into the future. It was founded in 600 BC by the Celts and throughout its history it was occupied by numerous peoples who left their features impregnated in the architecture of this city. For this reason, when visiting it, we find buildings from different eras that coexist with each other and give the city a unique aspect.


How to get to Milan

Plane: has two airports, Malpensa airport about 35 km. northwest of Milan y Linate Airport which is the closest airport, less than 7 kilometers east of central Milan. The first receives international flights from anywhere in the world, whilethan Linate airport domestic or European flights. Along with Rome airport, Malpensa airport is the most important in Italy.

Train: Most commuter and long-distance trains arrive in Milan at the  Central station (Stazione Centrale) which is located to the east of the city. However, the Malpensa Express arrives at the Cardona Ferrovie Nord stop, near the center, from where it is easy to move to other places. With the high-speed lines you can make the journey Rome-Milan in about three hours. There is also a connection with FlorencetreadsVenice y Naples.


By bus: the roads, and in particular the motorways, in northern Italy do not have to envy those of Germany or France. The investments to solve the dense traffic that arrives and leaves Milan have been considerable and this is reflected both in terms of safety and quality.

How to get around Milan

Metro: there are 4 very extensive metro lines in Milan; It is worth mentioning that it is the city that I distributed the bestdas has the seasons and which has a greater extensionsubway across the country. It is a complex network of connections that dates back to the 1960s and is still in good condition. If you plan to use this transport a lot, you may want to buy afertilizer with theMilan Card that will serve you to make as many trips as you want throughout your stay.

Tram: since 1876 trams have been part of life in Milan and will allow you to reach different parts of the city, even the most remote areas. Trams offer services throughout the day and connect the city through a fairly extensive network.

Bus: if you plan to travel somewhere and return at night, we recommend that you look at the bus schedules to rest assured that you will have no problem returning to your accommodation.


Taxis: the trips are comfortable and pleasant, although the rates are not cheap at all.

What to see in Milan

Duomo square YCathedral

The Duomo Square is in front of  la Milan Cathedral,  receiving from it   its name and known for being the central square of the city. It becomes one of the most important sites in Milan for its culture and art, being surrounded by several very important buildings with years of construction.  The place was occupied by the Basilica of Saint Ambrose since the fifth century and in the year 836 the Basilica of Santa Tecla was added. In 1075 both buildings were destroyed by a great fire and in 1386 the construction of the Duomo began in the same place. It is the 4th largest in the world with 157 meters in length, 11,700 square meters and space for more than 40,000 people. Its exterior is clad in pinkish white marble and its upper part is culminated in an infinity of pinnacles and towers crowned by statues that contemplate the city. The interior presents a stylized and spacious appearance thanks to the long marble columns with carved statues that reach to the ceiling.

plaza del duomo

Vittorio Emanuele II Gallery

One of the most famous places in Milan with an architecture that will dazzle you where you can see true works of art, unique in the world. You can also take a breather in one of the historic cafes that are on its side. The place is very photogenic and bright, with its magnificent arcades and its magnificent glass and iron dome. Nicknamed "Il salotto", the Gallery is considered one of the most beautiful in Europe. Inside are some of the most famous fashion designer stores, such as Vuitton and Prada, as well as many high-end restaurants.

galeria v. emanuelle

The Last Supper by Leonardo Da Vinci

This work of art dating from 1498 is a huge painting 460 centimeters high and 880 centimeters wide. It is located in the former convent of Santa Maria delle Grazie. It was done with tempera and oil on a plaster preparation, instead of the common fresco technique. The painting has suffered different misadventures over time because, being made on dry plaster, it began to flake after its completion. During the 18th and 19th centuries, unsuccessful attempts at restoration and conservation were carried out. The place where it is located was bombed during the Second World War, and  the entire church collapsed while the Upper Room miraculously remained standing.

la ultima cena

La Scala Theater

Leaving from Piazza del Duomo, along the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele, you will arrive directly at Piazza della Scala. As its name suggests, it is where La Scala, the famous Opera House in Milan, is located. Together with the Teatro San Carlo in Naples and the Fenice in Venice, it is one of the 3 most prestigious opera houses in Italy. Masterpieces of Italian opera have been created here, such as "Norma" by Vincenzo Bellini or "Otello" by Verdi and where Maria Callas has also performed.

teatro la secala

Sforzesco Castle
SIt is located in the old town of Milan and currently houses an art museum. If you take  Via Dante from Piazza del Duomo, you will arrive directly at its main entrance. It was built in 1358 by the famous Visconzi family to protect and defend the city from their enemy, Venice. In 1450, Francisco Sforza began to rebuild it, being modified by later generations. It is famous for having housed Leonardo Da Vinci's workshops during the Renaissance.  

castillo sforzesco

Leonardo Da Vinci Museum

The city of Milan has dedicated the National Museum of Science and Technology "Leonardo Da Vinci" (Museo nazionale della Scienza e della Tecnologia "Leonardo Da Vinci")  to whom he was a genius more than a artist, as well as visionary, inventor and scholar. Installed in an old 16th century monastery, it exhibits many of his works that will allow you to understand more about Leonardo. As well as reconstructions of his flying machines and a large number of drawings, plans and sketches. The exhibition dedicated to Leonardo da Vinci is only a small part of this gigantic museum. Throughout several floors, you will discover aviation, rail transport, automobile, naval transport, space, communications and many others.


Basilica of Saint Ambrose
One of the oldest buildings in Milan  dating back to 379 AD has a simple Romanesque design whose style has not changed much since its creation. Being  one of the oldest in the city, it was completed in 1099 with two large towers that dominate its façade and a central courtyard with a series of ornate arches. Its interior has interesting mosaics and works of art that include the ceiling of the Oratory and the representation of Christ in one of the domes. Inside you can see: the sarcophagus of Stilicho and the crypt, where the remains of San Ambrosio, San Gervasio and San Prótaso are found.


Milan channels: Navigli

Originally a system of canals connected the Po with the lakes of the region and was the entrance and exit of the people and merchandise from Milan to the world as well as the water supply. The marble used for the construction of the Milan Cathedral was transported through these channels. The dam and lock system used was invented by Leonardo da Vinci. The extensive canals that passed through the center of the city were emptied, leaving only this neighborhood.    Es  above all, very romantic at night with the lights that are reflected in the canals and the local life from the many bars and restaurants.

canales de milan

Pinacoteca Di Brera

Located in Palazzo Brera, it served in the past as a convent and as a national library, becoming a museum during the 19th century. Located near the Sforzesco Castle and Piazza del Duomo, it contains a large collection of Italian art that makes it one of the most visited museums in Milan. The works are exhibited in some forty rooms and are arranged chronologically, according to the artistic technique used. You can find works as famous as The Last Supper by Rubens (1630/31), the "Marriage of the Virgin" by Raphael (1504) or the "Last Supper at Emmaus" by Caravaggio,  second version of the same subject of 1606.


Mercanti Square

During the Middle Ages  it was the main square of the city  and was its commercial and government center. Today it is a pleasant medieval corner and a true center of commercial activity. Located between la Duomo square and Plaza Corduiso, a short distance from the main streets Milan attractionsit contains several important buildings such as the Pallaza della Ragione, the Palala delle Scuole Palatine and the Loggia degli Osii. You will also be able to see some statues and monuments of Roman origin.

plaza mercanti

fashion quadrangle

Known As Quad d'OroIt is where the most sophisticated and expensive clothing stores in all of Milan and the world are located. Beyond the fact that there is a week specially dedicated to fashion, throughout the year in this city a  worship good clothes and well-dressed. If you like clothes and being at the top of fashion, here you will feel extremely comfortable and you will be able to purchase elegant clothing pieces that fit your tastes and measurements. The stores based in this golden space in excessively luxurious premises and surrounded by cafes and hairdressers of the same level are Dolce & Gabbana, Dior, Cavalli, Armani, Valentino, Versace, Rolex,..., to name some of the best and most prestigious representatives of Italian fashion.

moda milan

Lake Como

It is located 50 km north of the city of Milan. With an area of 146 km², it is one of the deepest lakes in Europe and the third largest de Italy  after  lake garda and that of Verbano. It is an exclusive tourist destination famous for its spectacular alpine scenery. It is shaped like an inverted "Y", with three thinner branches that come together in the tourist town of Bellagio. It was inhabited since prehistoric times and has always been of great importance as a means of communication between the northern regions and the Pianura Padana. 

lago di como

Milan gastronomy

Milan has always been one of the cities with emblematic dishes that reflect the refined tastes of the upper class. 

Sawyouit tonatto or "tuna veal":  cooked and filleted beef washed down with a tuna sauce, anchovies and the cooking broth from the meat itself.


Milanese cutlet: veal escalope prepared with double breading and usually accompanied with green salad or French fries. Served with lemon and mustard.


Risotto alla Milanese: saffron, white wine, oil and onion; different from others from Italy because of the color of the saffron  that gives it its yellowish tone.


Polenta: cornmeal-based puree, which requires long cooking while stirring continuously, to prevent it from sticking to the bottom of the pot.


Ossobuco: it is a typical delicacy that is usually accompanied by risotto. It is a bone with a hole in a part of the backbone in which the bone is surrounded by tender meat. 


Minestrone: Stew-like rice and vegetable soup whose ingredients are cooked for four hours or more with a healthy dose of grated Parmesan cheese.


Carpaccio: slices of raw beef with oil, lemon and decorated with pieces of arugula or some similar herb sprinkled with Parmesan cheese.


Caprese salad:  tomatoes cut into wedges accompanied with cubes of mozzarella cheese seasoned with olive oil and balsamic vinegar.


Mondeghili: meatballs made with minced meat, breadcrumbs and egg.


Formaggi: it is customary that once the meal is finished, and before dessert (or instead of it), some type of cheese is eaten such as Gongonzola PDO, a creamy paste derived from cow's milk._cc781905-5cde-3194-bb3b -136bad5cf58d_

Tiramisu the true Italian dessert that is prepared with coffee and cocoa, although you can find other varieties. 


Amaro (or amaretto):  bitter liqueur, with a strong herbaceous component and considerable alcohol content.


Coffee:  there are many different types. The most popular are known as: macchiato, coffee with a little milk; corretto, coffee with little liquor; ristretto, very strong short coffee and latte macchiato, coffee with milk.


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Located  on the banks of the river Tiber,RomeIt is the capital of the del  regionstraight and de Italy. The original village developed on the hills that are facing the curve of this river in which a promontory of land known as la  arises.Tiber Island. It is the most populous city in Italy and the fourth  de la European Union.  It has the highest concentration of historical and architectural assets in the world;  its historic center delimited by the perimeter marked by the aurelian walls,  is the highest expression of the historical, artistic and cultural heritage of the Western world.See tourist map. Geographic heart of the Catolic religion, holy city of Catholicism and pilgrimage destination  es  the only city in the world that has an autonomous state entity within it:_cc781905-5cde-3194-bb3b_5cf58badla Vatican City, which is located under el temporary power del Papa. For this reason  it has been known as the capital of two States. 


How to get to ROME from the airport

Rome has two international airports: Fiumicino and Ciampino.  

Rome Fiumicino or Leonardo da Vinci Airport, located 30 kilometers from the city, is the busiest airport in Italy and has 4 terminals, located very close to each other.

Train:  The Leonardo Express train will take you from Fiumicino Airport to Termini Train Station in half an hour.
Another train that leaves the airport is the regional FL1, which is slower than the Leonardo Express, but can be useful if your hotel is close to one of its numerous stops such as Trastevere. 

Bus:  the Terravision will take you to Termini Train Station in less than half an hour.
Other bus companies that
Transfers from Rome Fiumicino airport to Termini are Schiaffini, Sit Bus Shuttle, TAM Bus and Flixbus, which also stops at the Vatican.

Taxi: The price of a taxi from the airport to any point in the center of Rome has a fixed rate and includes luggage. 

Rome Ciampino Airport, located 15 kilometers from the city, is the second busiest behind Fiumicino and is where most low cost companies land.

Bus: the Terravision will take you to Termini Train Station in 40 minutes.

Train: it is the cheapest option, next to the metro, to go from Ciampino to Rome, but also the most uncomfortable if you have luggage and slow due to waiting for transfers.
Metro: There is also the possibility of getting to Rome from Ciampino by metro, although as with the train, this is not the most comfortable or fastest.

Taxi:  has a fixed rate including luggage to go from this Rome airport to the center. 

How to get around the city

The best way to get around the narrow, pedestrianized streets of the historic center of Rome is on foot. Getting around by public transport in this area is more complicated and I advise you to use it only to reach the furthest points of the city such as the Catacombs or the Vatican.

Metro: it has only three lines and is one of the smallest in Europe, but it reaches almost all points of interest.

Bus: it is not the most comfortable or punctual means of transport but  it reaches certain points of interest.

Tranvía:  no  es  muy  útil dado la poca extensión de la red y que no circula through the most central part of Rome.

Suburban trains: very good and  complement the metro network.

What to see in Rome

The Colisseum

It is the most spectacular and well-known monument in the city and one of the most visited in the world. To see and enter this incredible place is to go back 2,000 years, to one of the heydays of the Roman Empire. Antaño served as a distraction for the people of Rome, formerly it was called the Flavian Amphitheater and all kinds of gladiator fights and executions were held. 

Roman Forum

The Forum is next to the Roman Colosseum, the place that will take you back to ancient Rome, once the center of social life. In the Forum there are many buildings and corners that are worth visiting,  such as:  the Via Sacra, the Arch of Titus and the Arch of Severus the Seventh, the Basilica of Maxentius and Constantine, the Temple of Antoninus and Faustina, the Temple of Castor and Pollux.

The Trevi Fountain

They say that it is the most beautiful fountain in the world  and is that one of the places that, without a doubt, -bb3b-136bad5cf58d_ you have to  visit in Rome being  una large monumental fountains of Rome.Despite the fact that it is normally full  of tourists, if you go first thing in the morning or late at night, you will be able to take good photos and enjoy it more calmly,_cc781905-5cde-3194-bb3b -136bad5cf58d_ By the way, don't forget to flip a coin if you want to go back to Rome.


It is one of the 7 hills of the city, the most central y,  según la leyenda,  donde habitaba la loba que he raised Romulus and Remus, the founders of Rome. EITHERIt also offers great views of the city. It is located right next to the  Roman Forum, staying between it and the Circus Maximus.

Agrippa's Pantheon

Este templo se construyó por orden del emperador Adriano entre entre 118 y 125 d. C. Se construyó on top of the ancient temple of Agrippa, which was destroyed by fire in AD 80 The Pantheon's dome and interior are amazing. I recommend visit it at 12 noon when the sun enters directly through the oculus of the dome.

Basilica of Saint Peter

Located in the Vatican City is the largest and most important temple of Catholicism. Just to see Michelangelo's Pieta or Bernini's Baldachin, it's already worth the entrance. Its dome is also impressive and the climb to it will allow you to have impressive views of Saint Peter's Square with all of Rome in the background.

vatican museums

It is another of the best places to visit in Rome and in the Vatican. It has one of the most important collections in the world,  especially the Cartographic Maps Gallery, the Bramante Staircase and the Raphael Rooms. Although nothing can be compared to the visit to the Sistine Chapel by Michelangelo: The Creation of Adam and The Last Judgment can lead you to have a beauty overdose.

Castel Sant'Angelo

Monument  located on the right bank of the Tiber a short distance from the Vatican. It is linked to the Vatican City through the fortified corridor called the Passetto. It was built as a mausoleum for Emperor Hadrian and his relatives, inspired by the model del Augustus Mausoleum, but with larger dimensions. The works started in the year 135 AD They lasted several years and were completed by Antoninus Pio in 139.  

Piazza Navona

It is one of the most beautiful squares and one of the places to visit in Rome. In this large square, its three Baroque fountains stand out: Fontana dei Quattro Fiumi, Fontana del Moro and Fontana del Nettuno. The first is  the source of the 4 most famous rivers of that time: the Danube, the Nile, the Ganges and the Río de la Plata.

Trajan's Market 

It was built by Apollodorus of Damascus, one of the greatest architects in history by order of Emperor Trajan and  despite the fact that almost 2,000 years have passed since its construction, it has been preserved fairly good. It is currently a large complex of ruins located in the city of Rome, on Via del Foro Imperial. Part of the remains of the market house a museum.

Spain Square

It is one of the most popular squares in Rome, surrounded by some of the most famous shopping streets such as Via dei Condotti, with a stairway with 135 steps, which leads to the church of Trinità dei Monti where you can enjoy thegood atmosphere of the square.

Catacombs of San Callisto 

There are many catacombs in Rome, but I recommend that you don't miss either those of San Callisto or those of the Vatican. Near the Catacombs of San Calixto you can also visit theVia Appia Antica, one of the most important roads of ancient Rome that linked it  with Brindisi, the most important commercial port with the eastern Mediterranean and the Middle East.

The Capitoline Museums

The Capitoline Museums are made up of the Palace of the Conservators and the New Palace joined by an underground gallery, the Lapidary Gallery.Among its many famous sculptures and paintings we can highlight the Capitoline Venus or the Capitoline Wolf, the she-wolf that suckled Romulus and Remus, founders of Rome.


It is one of the most famous and beautiful neighborhoods in the city, full of corners full of charm, artisan shops and taverns with a bohemian air, and another of the places to see in Rome.In the center of the neighborhood is the beautiful Basilica of Santa Maria in Trastevere, and some of the best restaurants where to eat in trastevere.

Basilica of San Pietro in Vincoli

This basilica, which is a bit hidden, was builtin the fifth century to keep a relic, thechains of Saint Peter The church is not very decorated and that makes the mausoleum of Pope Julius II stand out, a monument made by the genius Michelangelo, in which stands a large statue ofMoses.

field of flowers

It is another beautiful and lively square in Rome where there is a lot of atmosphere both during the day with its market and at night with its terraces and bars. It is one of the most popular squares in Rome, especially because of the market where you can see how the Romans go to buy fresh products or flowers and also, being very central, crowds of tourists looking for some original souvenir.

Monument to Vittorio Emanuele II

Se  finished in 1911 and is sLocated in the beautiful Piazza Venezia. Sand built in honor of Víctor Manuel II, the first king of Italy.

The monument is immense and its 70 meters high allows you to have a panoramic viewpoint with great views of the city.

Quirinale Palace

It is located on top of the homonymous hill. It is one of the three official residences of the President of the Italian Republic and is one of the symbols of the Italian State, with Tenuta di Castelporziano and Villa Rosbery in Naples. It has more than 1,200 rooms, a built area of 60,000 m²   and is the sixth largest palace in the world in terms of surface area

Ancient Ostia

Located 30 kilometers west of Rome, Ostia Antica was one of the most prosperous Roman cities thanks to its position as a_cc781905-5cde-3193-bb3d8importante_136bad5c58d commercial center port.

When poverty and disease struck the city , it found itself in neglect and remained buried under the sand for several centuries, so its condition is relatively good.

basilica sao pedro
capilla sixtina
piazza navona
mercado de trajano
piazza españa
museos capitolinios
campo di fiori
mon vitorio emanuelle
palazzo quirinale

Nearby beaches  to Rome

Saint Marinella

It is a spa on Via Aurelia, located 60 km from Rome. In summer it is a very popular tourist destination and is highly appreciated for its sea and blue waters, which is quite rare on the Lazio coast. The sandy area of the coast, however, is almost entirely in the hands of private beaches and the part where there is a pebble beach.


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Just one train stop before Santa Marinella. This beach has an impressive castle, which makes for a very photogenic bathing experience, and some hidden rock alcoves just behind it. There is a delicious restaurant right on the beach, L'Isola del Pescatore, for a fresh fish lunch or a spritz at sunset.

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Lido di Ostia

It is the closest beach to Rome, and ​​has many bad5c58d_spas, which1 are 5 along the promenade9 which1 are 5 along the promenade9 which1 are 5 acc7 along the promenade. 5cde-3194-bb3b-136bad5cf58d_ to enter and some areas of public beaches. Although Ostia is the fastest option in the city, you will have cleaner water and sand the further you get from the capital.



Just north of Ostia is Fregene, a slightly cleaner and more modern beach. It's a favorite with the trendy northern Rome crowd and has a delicious evening aperitif at the Singita Miracle Beach Club, where lounge chairs are dotted all over the beach and a ceremonial gong is played as the sun goes down.

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It's another safe bet north of Rome: with its long coastline and just a short train ride from Rome. And if you enjoy spending time at the beach during the off-season, be sure to check out the artichoke festival that takes place here during the second week of April every year.



just south ofRome is Anzio, a city known for being the site of the Allied forces that landed during World War II and the Battle of Anzio. The beach has beautiful waters  and the ruins of Emperor Nero's ancient villa make a lovely backdrop.



Continuing further south is Sabaudia, a city characterized by its fascist architecture. This beach is also recognized with the Blue Flag award and is less crowded than many others because the train does not stop directly in the city.



It is undoubtedly thehe most beautiful beach near Rome: not only is its whitewashed village worth a visit for its own sake, the water has been awarded the Blue Flag for 16 consecutive years. With long beaches in any stretch of the city, and plenty of quaint alleyways to discover after sunbathing, Sperlonga makes a great overnight stay over a weekend.



It is a city y commune de la Metropolitan City of Rome, in the region of straight , in central Italy, 60 kilometers (37 miles) south of Rome . A tourist city and agricultural center in the tyrrhenian sea , has a population of approximately 50,000.

His name is perhaps in honor of del Roman god Neptune.


roman gastronomy

Each region of Italy has its own traditions, although in the restaurants in Rome we can also find typical Tuscan, Ligurian or Lombard dishes.

Rome has, of course, its own tradition, perhaps one of the richest in Italy. Hebrew cuisine has had a great influence on it (the Jewish community in Rome is the oldest in the world: it has been maintained since the time of Emperor Claudius to the present day).

Some typical dishes:

bruschetta: slice of homemade bread toasted on the grill, with a little garlic.

crostini (toasts): small slices of toasted bread (usually baguette) with all kinds of things on top: meat, mushrooms, pate, vegetables...

Fiori di Zucca: pumpkin flowers, battered and fried. Typical appetizer of the summer months and late spring. 

Caprese salad: salad composed of mozzarella, tomato and large basil leaves, forming the colors of the Italian flag

supplies: exquisite rice croquettes with a heart of mozzarella. Ubiquitous in the gastronomy of Rome.

Bresaola, rughetta and parmigiano: bresaola (cured beef), with vegetables and Parmesan cheese

Affettati misti: table of assorted sausages cut into slices: ham (prosciutto), salami (salami), bresaola.

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Regiones Sur de Italia


                           Naples, Pompeii, Positano, Salerno, Capri


                            Bari, Itria Valley, Polignano, Lecce




                Palermo, Catania, Taormina, Syracuse, Aeolian Islands

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It is located at southern italy, limiting to the north with Molise, to the east with los apennine mountains that separate it from Puglia, to the southeast with basilicata, to the south and west with el tyrrhenian sea (Mediterranean Sea) and to the northwest with el straight, being Naples its capital and most populated city. The archipelago of the phlegrean islands y Capri are also part of the region. It has a mild climate, beautiful coastlines, art and history. Su cocina  es  famosa por la pizza napolitana,  spaghetti,  mozzarella de búfala, pastiera Neapolitan, sfogliatelle and babà as well as Sorrento limoncello and regional wines such as Taurasi, Fiano and Solopaca.


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Located halfway between el Vesuvius and another volcanic area, los Phleg FieldsinmatesGive name to gulf on whose shores it sits. It is the most important and populated locality  and the third in the entire country. It has enormous historical, artistic, cultural and gastronomic wealth, which led to the Unesco to declareWorld Heritage Site a su historical Center. Be sure to visit   el golden crown, which runs through the eastern neighborhoods of Naples, declared Biosphere Reserve by Unesco in 1997, the narrow streets of the “quartieri spagnoli” and the promenade, with views of Vesuvius  passing through the monumental Piazza del Plebiscito.

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Just 20 km south of Naples we find one of the most impressive archaeological sites, not only in Italy, but in the whole world. Once a developed and sophisticated Roman city, it was buried under more than 10,000 tons of lava and rock after a catastrophic eruption of Mount Vesuvius in AD 79. Off the coast of the Bay of Naples, the well-preserved site features excavated ruins. that visitors are free to explore. Its sites include the Villa de los Misterios, full of frescoes and the amphitheatre. In the cityse The sanctuary of the Virgen del Rosario stands out, which houses mosaics and a majestic dome. The Vesuvian Museum "GB Alfano" includes exhibits of volcanic rocks and images of historical eruptions. 

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Town on the Amalfi Coast built vertically on the side of a mountain facing the Gulf of Salerno. Its steep streets with cobbled steps, shaded by fig trees, are home to old fishermen's houses converted into mansions and luxury hotels. To explore it, it is best to start at the top and slowly go down, stopping at the viewpoints to admire the views or at the many craft shops, losing yourself in the intricate network of alleys. After a small esplanade appears the church of Santa María Assunta, from the year 1200 with its dome covered in green, golden yellow and blue majolica ceramic tiles. A few steps away is the promenade, with restaurants. There are many beautiful streets, but one of the most charming is the one that connects Piazza dei Mulini with the church of Positano, since it is pedestrianized and covered by a wooden structure.

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Port city located southeast of Naples. It was the capital of the minor Lombard kingdom, of which the Castle of Arechi survived, a medieval castle located 300 meters above sea level that offers views of the sea and a museum where medieval coins and ceramics are exhibited. The practically intact medieval historic center is located around the Via dei Mercanti, with its characteristic ancient palaces and churches. On the ruins of a Roman temple is the cathedral, igRomanesque lesion dating from the end of the 11th century, which stands out for its Byzantine bronze doors, a Baroque crypt and a marble altar, seat of the episcopal town hall. The building, dedicated to the Apostle Matteo, has been restored in the Baroque style at the end of the 17th century with the Crypt of San Matteo where his remains are.

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Island located in the Bay of Naples about 40 minutes by ferry from Sorrento and one hour by ferry from Naples. It has an area of 10.4 km² and a length of 6.3 km, and a maximum width of 2.7 km. It is famous for its rugged landscape, exclusive hotels and commerce. One of its best-known natural sites is the Blue Grotto, a dark cavern where the sea shines with an electric blue color, the product of sunlight passing through an underwater cave. Although it has a perimeter of 17 km, the sandy and pebble beaches are very few, most of the spas rest on the rock facing the deep sea, ideal for lovers of diving and diving. Places to visit are Piazza Umberto I, the fashionable heart of Capri, Charterhouse of San Giacomo, the oldest monastery on Capri, built in 1371.  Villa Jovis, the Villa dedicated to Jupiter by the emperor Roman Tiberius. 

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basilicataIt borders to the north and east with apulia, to the southeast with el gulf of taranto (ionian sea), to the south with calabria, to the southwest with el tyrrhenian sea and to the northwest with campania. It is the third least populated region of the countryyesgoingpowerits capital  and most populated city. Apart from the capital, other major cities are Matera, whose cave churches were declared in 1993 by la Unesco World Heritage,Melfipisticci ,polychore y tricarico. This region offers a different experience from the rest of the country, with forests, jungles, mountains and lakes, such as Lake Monticchio, Lake Grande and Lake Piccolo. In addition, the region has great seas and coastlines. Oil was discovered nearly 20 years ago and today the region supplies 15 percent of the gasoline consumed in Italy. Its typical cuisine se  is based on local products, such as durum wheat pasta, sauces such as chilli pepper (diavolicchio), panella, lucanica, ciammotta and the herb dish alla lucana.



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MoliseIt is a  small region located between the Apennine mountains and the Adriatic Sea; It limits to the north with Abruzzo, to the east with the Adriatic Sea, to the south with Apulia and Campania and to the west with Lazio.  Rich in nature, history, art and gastronomy, its territory is mainly mountainous, with natural reserves that protect the typical plant and animal species of the area.  It also has beautiful sandy beaches surrounded by vegetation, archaeological sites, convents, towns and castles.   Its history has left various testimonies in the territory, among which the Roman archaeological areas of Sepino and Pietrabbondante stand out, as well as the diffuse rural architecture and the villages of medieval origin, which still today preserve traditions and cultural events held throughout the year.  Its capital is the city ofcampobasso.  Its gastronomy has many typical dishes such as pasta and roast lamb. Also noteworthy is its production of extra virgin olive oil, truffle and durum wheat pasta and a wide variety of dairy products such as caciocavallo cheese, stracciata di Agnone, Boiano fiordilatte and pecorino cheese from Kill yourself.



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calabriaIt is located at the tip of the boot, in the extreme south of Italy, bordering to the north with basilicata, to the east with el gulf of taranto, to the south with el ionian sea, to the southwest with el Strait of Messina that separates it from the island of Sicily, and to the west with el tyrrhenian sea. It is the tenth most populous region and the tenth largest. The Apennine system occupies almost the entire territory, leaving space only in small plains and on the coasts. Its capital isCatanzaro and the most important city isReggio Calabria. Its coasts are varied, from sandy beaches and gentle relief to mountains that plunge into the water with vertiginous breakwaters. It has a welcoming climate, incomparable beaches, rocky coasts and authentic flavors in the local cuisine.  In gastronomy, its Calabrian peperoncino (spicy chilli pepper) is famous. It is also rich in meat sausages, seasonings for pasta, fish-based dishes, olive oil, wines and spirits.



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puglia o Apulia is a southern region that forms the heel of Italy's “boot” and is known for its whitewashed hill towns, centuries-old farmland, and hundreds of miles of coastline in the Mediterranean. It is the most southeastern area of Italy bordering the Adriatic Sea in the east, the Ionian Sea in the southeast, and the Strait of Otranto and the Gulf of Taranto in the south. The southernmost area, the Salento peninsula, constitutes the heel of Italy's boot. Great civilizations passed through here, and this is attested by the prehistoric remains, the sites in Greek or Roman archaeological parks, the buildings and churches of the Renaissance and the Baroque or the pieces that are kept in museums.

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It is the capital and the starting point of most of the trips in Puglia, thanks to its international airport. It preserves its old town in perfect condition and onall fully populated. The city center is Murat with a large number of cafes and restaurants and connecting the city beach with the old town. The area surrounding Bari Vecchia is the one with the largest number of places of interest. The area is home to the Basilica of Saint Nicholas, the Bari Cathedral and the ruins of the Church of Santa Maria. Famous in this city is the delicious street food,like the Bari focaccia, with tomatoes and olives, the “sgagliozze”, fried polenta cubes, panzerotti and taralli.

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Itria Valley

It is one of the best known areas of Puglia, called the valley of the Trulli  in relation to the curious constructions that abound in the region. These are small houses built in stone with a conical shape in its upper structure that resembles a funny hat. We will meet them along the way; greatest concentration is found in the triangle between Cisternino, Martina Franca and Alberobello. Geographically it is a portion of the center of Puglia between Bari, Brindisi and Taranto and is characterized by its charming villages, forest-covered slopes, vineyards, olive groves and, especially, the  mentioned trulli which are the main attraction of tourism. Today the trullis are recognized as a World Heritage Site by Unesco, many of which have been converted into boutique hotels and popular hotels.


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It is a city that has existed since the time of the Roman empire, when it was a fishing village and close to Bari which can be easily reached by train. It is famous for its imposing beach, "carved" into a rocky gorge. Its old town is located on top of a rock with cliffs directly over the sea with a network of narrow streets full of poetry and restaurants. Su main activity are fishing, agriculture and some small food industries. Some places to visit The Marchesale Arch, the main entrance door to the old part, The Clock Palace, a building of medieval origin that is located in the beautiful Piazza Vittorio Emanuele II, The Church of Purgatory, whose main door is decorated with two skulls and several crossed bones and the Church of Santa Maria Assunta in Cielo.

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A polignano de mare


It is known as "The Floridaorencia del sur", for its beauty and history and considered the baroque city of the south since it houses numerous monuments within its centeror historical. The places to know are the Piazza del Duomowhere is locatedthe cathedral of Lecce, with a double façade and bell tower; The Basilica of Santa Croce; the Roman column of Sant'Oronzo,  the Roman amphitheater and the Castle Carlos V. Perfect destination for summer and winter thanks to its pleasant temperate climate, it is a city that can be discovered on foot, with a historic pedestrian center rich in history. Although la citydoes not havebeach, a few kilometers from the center, there are some that are well worth visiting. 

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Tremiti Islands

Six small islands with a total area of about 3 km²: San Domino, la  main island, home to the main hotels or resorts and San Nicola sparsely inhabited while Capraia, Cretaccio, La Vecchia and Pianosa are rocky and uninhabited. Famous for the beauty of its beaches and coasts, they offer numerous coves and underwater caves surrounded by crystalline waters. You can get there from Vieste, Rhodes or Termolicon with daily connectionsthat leave the ports ofe Manfredonia, Vieste, peschici y Rodas Garganico. Part of these islands constitutes a protected marine area since 1989 and whose objective is to protect the fauna and flora present in the area.

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sardinia  limits to the north with el Bonifacio Strait that separates it from the French island of corsica, to the east with el tyrrhenian sea and to the south and west with el Mediterranean Sea  with 1,850 km of coastline and surrounded by an emerald-colored sea.Cagliari is its capital and most populous city. Its territory is  mountainous, blue coasts with beaches and unique natural landscapes of its kind. Also Romanesque cathedrals, beautiful Gothic churches, ancient ruins of Punic cities such as Tharros and Nora and Roman excavations in Caligari, ancient Carrales and Porto Torres. Its rugged landscape has thousands of nuraghes, mysterious beehive-like Bronze Age stone ruins with Su Nuraxi at Barumini being the largest and oldest dating back to 1500 BC. C. The East Coast is the most beautiful area of the island, while the West Coast is a cheap area to stay,  quiet and familiar. Its cuisine is simple where the use of wheat predominates for dishes such as pane carasau, malloreddus and fregola.  Its grilled suckling pig, lobster from Alghero, tuna from Carloforte and its fish-based dishes such as mussel soup and los  spaghetti with sea urchins.  

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Sicily It is the fourth most populated region in the country —after lombardyLacio y campania— and with 25,833 km², the largest, largest and most populous in the Mediterranean. It is rich in products such as extra virgin olive oil, oranges, grapes, tomatoes, capers, figs, olives, cheeses, sausages and wines. Sicilian cuisine is rich and varied with rice arancini, caponata, pasta alla norma, couscous Trapaniense, pasta with sardines, the  meatballs and its pastry where ricotta and Almond pastes give great flavor to local desserts.ales.  

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Capital of Sicily, it isan amazing city, full of stones with history, with an irregular layout, with narrow streets. The vestiges of the different conquerors of the city are so varied that they allow the Arab-Norman Mosque to coexist de San Giovanni degli Eremiti, with the cathedral, la Palatine chapel of the Norman Palace, or the square de Quattro Canti where the two main routes ofthe city Vittorio Emmanuele and Via Maqueda. Other examples are Via Calatafami and las Capuchin Catacombs in the homonymous Monastery, famous for its embalmed bodies.



It is the second city in Sicily behind de Palermoand its origin dates back to 730 BCUnder the watchful eye of the Etna volcano, an active volcano with trails that ascend to its top, was devastated seven times by its volcanic eruptions and earthquakes, The last most catastrophic in the years 1169 and 1693 forced to rebuild Catania practically from scratch. In 2002, Unesco declared Catania a World Heritage Site and many of its monuments are currently being restored to their former splendor. In the city's wide central square, Piazza del Duomo, stands the Fontana dell'Elefante and the fully decorated Catania Cathedral. In the southwest corner of the square is the La Pescheria fish market surrounded by seafood restaurants.



Located almost at the limit of la province ofCatania, extends over Mount Taurus, being a splendid natural terrace as it is located two hundred meters high. Was founded in 403 BC. C and devastated by Syracuse and capital of the island for a brief period of Byzantine Sicily. It has magnificent beaches and a very rich historical heritage, whose maximum exponent is the famous Greco-Roman theater that with a panoramic view of thebay de Naxos and el etna in the background transform it into a spectacular natural ornament. 



Founded in the year 734 a. C. and  named Italy's World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2005, it has one of the richest archaeological heritage in Sicily  the archaeological park of Neapolis with its Roman amphitheater, the Greek theater, the Latomias or stone quarries, la Ear of Dionysus and the Dei Cordari grotto, or that of the Capuchins. El Sanctuary of Santa Madonna de las Lagrimas and lthe catacombs of San Giovanni,


Sicily beaches

The beaches of Sicily do not enjoy the fame of other areas of the Mediterranean coast, and yet their unusual variety has nothing to envy since the 1,500 km of coastline provide Sicily with prodigious corners for all tastes. You will be able to  walk along kilometer-long sandy beaches with all the services and equipment, swim in small natural ponds with turquoise waters and climb high lava rocks. All of Sicily has a volcanic origin and this is reflected in an incredible way in its beaches, giving that unique touch that it gives to its visitors.


Aeolian Islands

Also known as the Lipari Islands, they are part of one of the three archipelagos of Sicily, the other two being the Egadi and Pelagie Islands. Located south of the Tyrhenian Sea, north of Sicily and off the coast of Messina. There are 7 islands: Stromboli, is not only an island, it is one of the most active volcanoes in the world, which has breathed and spit at constant intervals for about 2,000 years; Panarea, the oldest and smallest and the prettiest; Alicudi, the most western and remote and the quietest;   Filicudi, bigger than Alicudi, very calm and relaxed but with morelife; Vulcano, has an active volcano with 3 craters: Vulcanello, the Crater della Fossa and Monte Aria; Salina, the greenest island in the archipelago, the second largest and the only one with fresh water and Lipari, the largest in the archipelago, with a good offer of accommodation.  They were included as Unesco Heritage in the year 2000.


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