The article describes the most favorite regions of Italy by tourists, where they are willing to spend more than 20 thousand euros on a luxury vacation. Italy is famous for its beautiful architecture, picturesque landscapes and unsurpassed cuisine. All this makes it one of the best countries for luxury tourism. A list of the most popular regions of Italy, where those who are willing to spend about 20 thousand dollars on a trip go on vacation. In this list, everyone will find a place to their liking: here are small cities with colorful houses, and luxury hotels on the lake, and islands with paradise beaches. So, the 10 best places for a luxury vacation in Italy Amalfi – a resort and a monument city. Continue reading
If you come up with an ideal country for tourism, then the list will definitely include a warm clear sea, good beaches, a variety of natural landscapes (mountains, sea, lakes, plains), rich cultural life and no less rich history, delicious food, shopping … But nothing comes up with necessary: such a country exists – this is Italy.
From Kiev to Italy (Rome, Milan, Venice, Verona, Naples) fly Alitalia, Ukraine International Airlines, Wizz Air. In high season, charter flights to Rimini are possible. There are also flights from Lviv, Donetsk, Odessa, Kharkov, mainly with transfers in Istanbul (Pegasus Airlines), Riga (Air Baltic).
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The eternal proud Rome, founded by the brothers Romulus and Remus in the 8th century BC, never ceased to play a crucial role in world history, politics and culture. For centuries, Rome has been recognized as one of the most beautiful cities in the world, and such attractions as the Colosseum, Pantheon or the Sistine Chapel are known to everyone without exception.
It should be noted that the Vatican mini-state, famous for St. Peter’s Basilica, the Papal Palace, Vatican Pinacoteca, Sistine Chapel with brilliant frescoes by Michelangelo and Botticelli, is located in the heart of Rome. During the walks it is worth climbing to Capitol Hill with its palaces, temples and the Roman Forum, visiting the Caracalla Baths built in the 3rd century BC, walking along the Spanish Steps, throwing a coin in the Trevi Fountain, wandering around the Villa Borghese park and taking a couple of steps along Appian Way. Continue reading