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Don’t Miss These Travel Hot Spots in Italy

One of the most popular places to visit in Europe and the world is Italy. Whether you came from the US, Asia or Europe itself, you will surely grab any chance to the hot spots in Italy. Nobody can truly resist the charms that only Italy’s culture and architectural wonders can offer. This country has been home to the legendary Romans as well as the Heroes of the Renaissance so tourist, travelers and visitors of this country can expect breath taking wonders of sheer beauty – both natural and man-made.

Roman civilization can never be equaled in terms of strength, power and entertainment. Explore this civilization by visiting the Coliseum, Piazza Campidoglio and the Roman Forums. And when in Rome, visit Italy’s hot spots such as the Pantheon for the sculptures, architecture and magnificent architecture, toss a coin at the Trevi Fountain to guarantee return to this great city and feel the romance at the Grand Canal in Venice.

Rome’s greatest amphitheatre in AD72.

Temple of Saturn 
The 8 surviving column of this temple stand closer
by the three column of the Temple of Vespasian.

Italy is also a very religious country and here you can visit some of the world’s most beautiful churches. Vatican is situated right in the heart of Italy and in here, you can visit Sistine Chapel to see extraordinary pieces of art such as the works of Botticelli and Michelangelo. Architectural fan should also include St. Peter’s Basilica and St. Peter’s Square in their long list of hotspots in Italy.

 The ecclesiastical or sacerdotal-monarchical 
state, ruled by the Bishop of Rome—the Pope.
It was established in 1929 by the Lateran Treaty.

One of he largest churches in the world and is located within Vatican City.
Designed principally by Michelangelo, Donato Bramante,
Carlo Maderno and Gian Lorenzo Bernini.

Duomo di Milano is the main cathedral in Milan.
It took more than five centuries to build.

Florence Cathedral  is dedicated to Sta. Maria Del Fiore.
It was built between 1296 and 1436, designed by  designed by Arnolfo di Cambio .

Of course the trip won’t be complete without visiting these hotspots in Italy. It’s time for some shopping.

Showroom at glass factory in Murano Island in Venice

Inside the mall in Milan

Women’s favorite…leather bags!
At San Lorenzo Market in Florence

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