If you have the chance to visit Rome, don't miss out on this impressive construction, one of the most recognizable Roman landmarks.
Famous not for its beauty, but mostly for its awkward geometry, the Tower of Pisa is recognized all over the world.
Paestum is a Greek settlement where you can find the best preserved Greek doric temples worldwide.
Pompeii is a ruined Roman town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and has more than 2 million visitors every year.
With its unmistakable contour and scenic position along the Tiber river, Sant Angelo Castle is one of Rome's famous attractions.
Mount Etna is one of the most active volcanoes in Europe and is Sicily’s best-known natural attraction.
It is a rough portion of coast on the Italian Riviera, consisting of five villages. Together with the coastline and the surrounding hillsides, they form the Cinque Terre National Park which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
A coast of stunning beauty, with lemon tree gardens, colored terrace houses and azure sea.
The volcano with the world's longest recorded period of activity: more than 2.000 years.
The Olympic Theater (Teatro Olimpico) in Vincenza is the last masterpiece of Andrea Palladio -one of the greatest architects of Italian Renaissance- and was not completed until after his death. This is the oldest surviving theater building in the world, being constructed in 1580-1585. Its value in the history of performing arts is without doubt inestimable, after becoming the first purpose-built theater in Europe in over a thousand years. The theater owns the oldest surviving stage set: the background designed by Vicenzo Scamozzi is a trompe-l'oeil installed in 1585 for Sophocles' Oedipus the King, the first performance held in the theater. Teatro Olimpico owns a stage where history was made. This theater witnessed most theatrical improvements in history. The trope-l'oeil or "tricking the eye" technique for example, is an art that uses a very realistic image in order to create optical illusion that shows objects in three-dimensions instead of being a two-dimensional paint.The use of