How to choose the best destination in Italy

If you are planning to visit Italy, you could find it difficult to choose the best destination, with so many beautiful cities and locations. Are you a fan of the sea or do you prefer hills and mountains? Do you enjoy art and cultural events or maybe you like food and wine tasting? Italy has everything you need and much much more! Let’s see some of the best destinations in Italy and start planning your trip!

Art and culture, Rome and Florence

If you like art and culture, you cannot miss Rome and Florence: half of Italian history, art and culture is located in these two incredible cities. Rome is the capital of Italy and it offers so many museums, churches and other attractions that it is nearly impossible to visit all of them in less than two weeks. Luckily, there are some tour agencies, such as, that have created specific tours you can enjoy even if you don’t have much vacation time. You can choose from a wide range of opportunities: you can visit Rome and the Vatican, but you can also leave the city and visit Tuscan hills and countryside, or maybe Florence, if you want to enjoy a whole day or weekend of art and museums.

Food and sea, Naples and Amalfi Coast

Through Eternity also offers guided tours to the South: Naples, the city of pizza (and so much more!), the whole Amalfi Coast or even the island, with the famous Capri. You can relax on the shore, visit the best attractions in Naples and spend another day on the beautiful island of Capri, then be back the same day to your accommodation. And if you don’t want to miss some important history of the region, you can book a tour in Pompeii and Herculaneum, the two ancient towns that were destroyed by the eruption of Vesuvius in 79 AD.

Looking for a romantic getaway? Venice is the answer 

If you are traveling with your significant other and you are looking for something very romantic, Venice is your answer. The Floating City is one of the most romantic places in the whole world: Gondolas sailing on the Grand Canal, a strange and ancient atmosphere, narrow streets and canals everywhere. Just get lost in the streets, or book a tour with an expert Through Eternity guide who will explain to you the history of Ponte di Rialto, St. Mark’s Basilica and the rest of this hauntingly beautiful city.

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