10 Things You Can Do In Italy

This post is about the travel guide to Italy and we will be telling you about the 10 things that you should list them.


Sicily is the largest island in the Mediterranean Sea and a one-of-a-kind destination offering an array of cultural, historic, art and natural marvels. Mount Etna, one of the most active volcanos in the world with the elevation of over 10,000 ft, is the tallest volcano in Europe. Valle dei Templi, the archeological remains of seven ancient Greek temples tell a story of Sicily’s rich history. Beautiful towns such as Taormina with its Ancient theatre and breathtaking views, ancient Syracuse rich with archeological sites, or beautiful Marsala in the west, famous for its windmills and Marsala wine, are just some of the examples of what this beautiful island has to offer. Don’t forget to visit the state capital Palermo which is more than 2,700 years old and explore the filming locations of The Godfather such as the picturesque village of Savoca in the East where you can’t miss the Bar Vitelli and order delicious Sicilian cannoli. And, of course, don’t forget to visit one of many natural wonders around the island such as San Vito lo Capo, Lo Zingaro, Mondello, Gole Dell’Alcantara, Isola Bella, Scale Dei Turchi and smaller surrounding islands such as Lampedusa or the Vulcanic island of Lipari.


Alberobello is a unique village located in Apulia, in the South of Italy. The village is famous for its traditional small stone huts with a conical roof, called trullo. Trulli were constructed as temporary shelters for agricultural workers and as storage units, as well as permanent dwellings. Many times, there may be a Christian symbol painted on the cone, however, the symbols visible today were only painted in the late twentieth and beginning of this century. While no one knows where trulli originate, historians estimate that the first trulli date back to prehistoric times. The building technique was probably developed due to the specific geographical conditions such as the abundance of limestone in the area. The trulli of Alberobello have been designated as a UNESCO World Heritage site. Trulli are common in the entire province of Bari, worth exploring for similar historic sites and beautiful shoreline.

Amalfi Coast

Amalfi Coast is a picturesque Italian coastline located one-hour drive from Naples and about three-hour drive from Rome. The enchanting coastal road takes you through charming little towns, wrapped between the sea on one side and high hills with beautiful vegetation and flowers stretching directly above. Stay in one of many unique hotels in Positano, Amalfi’s most picturesque town, take a boat ride along the coast to experience Amalfi from the other side, and hike to the Footpath of Gods, a panoramic ridge above Positano. Dine at a local restaurant and finish the meal with a glass of traditional liquor made from Amalfi lemons called limoncello. The island of Capri is also located nearby and makes for a great one-day trip. And stop in the town of Ravello if you want the best views of beautiful Amalfi Coast.

Pompeii and Mount Vesuvius

The ancient Roman city of Pompei, located just outside Naples, was buried under volcanic ash in the eruption of nearby Mount Vesuvius in the year 79 AD. Hidden under 13 to 20 ft of volcanic ash and later excavated, the city of Pompei was largely preserved and offer a glimpse of what life in Roman era was like. Pompeii was rediscovered as a result of the excavations in 1748. The excavated sites include a large amphitheater, countless villas and gardens, streets, and other buildings offering an interesting insight into art and culture of Roman civilization. Mount Vesuvius still remains a danger to nearby inhabitants, especially because the area is densely populated. With over 3 million people living in the proximity of the volcano, this makes it the most densely populated volcanic region in the world. Pompei is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Italy with approximately 2.5 million visitors each year. And don’t miss the nearby city of Napoli.


Rome is the capital of Italy and one of the oldest continuously occupied sites in Europe. While the founding dates in Roman Mythology mention the year 753 BC, the area was populated much before that. As a result, Rome is one of world’s most archeologically rich cities. Just walking in the city center, you can enjoy the ancient ruins of Roman Forum, Colosseum, Circus Maximus, or Pantheon, a former Roman temple and now a Church. Don’t miss other more modern but still historic attractions such as the Trevi Fountain, Altare della Patria, or Spanish Steps. Rome has a lot to offer.

Civita di Bagnoreggio

Civita di Bagnoregio, sometimes also referred to as the dying city, is an ancient town, located about 75 miles from Rome and founded by Etruscans over 2,500 years ago. The town is located on top of a plateau consisting of volcanic tuff and is in constant danger of erosion. Over the centuries, erosion completely isolated the town, so no new construction was possible. As a result, and because the town was able to withstand intrusions, the architecture was completely preserved and walking the streets of Civita di Bagnoregio takes you back in time. The town is now accessible by a long pedestrian bridge and you can visit one of the authentic restaurants or even book a room in one of the bed and breakfast places.


Tuscany is a famous Italian region, located in the center of the country, known for its beautiful landscapes, history and art mostly belonging to the Italian Renaissance, Tuscany is also an important wine region, home to popular Chianti wine and other important wine sorts. Driving through Tuscany you can experience a number of important historic towns and cities, starting with Florence, the capital of the region and famous for its Renaissance masterpieces. Sienna, a city known for its medieval brick streets, Pisa with its leaning tower, or beautiful San Giminiano, are just a few examples of what awaits you on your next Tuscany road trip. You can rent a car and drive around Tuscany’s historic towns and stop on the way in places like Radda in Chianti where you taste their excellent wine and culinary masterpieces.

Cinque Terre

Cinque Terre, or in English Five Lands, is a portion of the Italian coast on the Italian Riviera consisting of five picturesque fishing villages. The entire area of Cinque Terre is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The rugged and steep terrain around the five villages was ingeniously used to build terraces to cultivate grapes and olives, creating an enchanting landscape. The five villages are connected to each other by train and hiking paths. You can make a combination of train ride and a hike so get to beautiful vistas and, of course, visit all five towns which are unique also because of their colorful facades and authentic Mediterranean architecture.

Lake Garda

Lake Gada is the largest lake in Italy, located on the edge of the Dolomite mountains. It is a popular holiday destination and because of its mild climate offers an array of outdoor activities in the spring, summer, and fall. You can explore one of the 25 villages located along the picturesque Gardesana state road, and don’t forget to visit Sirmione, a popular resort town located on a peninsula on the southern bank of the lake and nearby beach or visit Grotte di Catullo, an ancient Roman Villa. Lake Garda is also home to Gardaland, one of the top amusement parks in the world, attracting over 3 million visitors a year. Italy offers other similar beautiful lakes like Lake Como, close to Milan, and others.


Venice is a city located on the Adriatic coast in northeastern Italy, built on over 100 small islands separated by canals and connected by over 400 bridges. In the Middle Ages and Renaissance, Venice was a city-state with major financial, commercial and maritime influence and is considered to be the first-ever international financial center. Get lost in one of the numerous beautiful streets of Venice, explore canals and small squares, discover the St. Mark’s square and climb the Campanile offering an amazing view of the Venice lagoon. And, of course, don’t forget to ride the famous Venetian gondola. Venice is also known for its glass and glass products that have been made for over 1,500 years on the Venetian island of Murano. Venice is also home to several prominent international events such as Venice Film Festival or the Venice Biennale of Architecture.