Most Visited Italy Cities

Beyond the top ten most visited Italy cities, there are many others that are worth a visit and they are great tourist attractions.

• 1 Rome is the Italian capital, of the homonymous province in Lazio region. Its history and its monuments are an integral part of western culture. An estimate of UNESCO considers 16% of the world's cultural heritage in the city of Rome.

• 2 Venice is the capital of the region of Veneto and of its province, and is one of the major Italian cities, as well as one of the most important and famous world destinations.

• 3 Florence is the capital of Tuscany region and of the province. In 1982, the historic center of Florence was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

• 4 Milan is the capital of its province and of the region of Lombardy. It is the most important financial center of Italy, in addition to being one of the world capitals of fashion. Shopping and nightlife are just some of the many recreational activities offered by this great european city.

• 5 Naples is the capital of the region of Campania and of the province. It is one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world and since 1995 UNESCO World Heritage Site.

• 6 Verona is city capital of the province, part of Veneto region and it is situated in northern Italy, between Milan and Venice. One of the beautiful historic Italy cities, since 2000 UNESCO World Heritage Site, famous for Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet" and for the Arena Roman amphitheater with its opera season.


• 7 Turin is the capital of the region of Piedmont and of the province and it is situated in the north-west part of Italy. Headquarter of FIAT automotive, it is a city with a fine, aristocratic atmosphere, leafy parks, grand boulevards and palaces, art galleries and sophisticated shops.

• 8 Bologna is the capital of Emilia-Romagna region and of the province. It is a cosmopolitan Italian college city, with a rich history, culture, art, music and cuisine.

• 9 Siena is city capital of the province, known for its prestigious historic town center with its medieval street unity of style. It is also famous for its "Palio" (Palio di Siena). The historic center is a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1995.

• 10 Perugia is the capital city of Umbria region and of the province, a city rich in history, with a medieval center with absolutely charming, capturing views.


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