The best tourist places in Italy - THE BACKPACKING



Tuesday, December 8, 2015

The best tourist places in Italy

The vast amount of art and history throughout Italy makes the act of walking through its various streets and be cities like constantly walking through endless galleries and art exhibitions, reflecting its popularity and importance in the continent European.
While its gastronomy and

its various characteristics are quite striking, are also churches, museums, monuments, squares and other tourist locations around the country that make Italy one of the main tourist destinations chosen by visitors.
Rome ColiseumThis is the most representative building of all of Rome, now in ruins not lose its historical value; It was the former site of battles and shows.
Sistine ChapelThis is one of the most important places around the Vatican; It has a rectangular shape and is located near the Basilica of San Pedro.
Florence Cathedral (Santa Maria del Fiore)One of the largest buildings of Christianity, known as the Basilica of Santa Maria del Fiore of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Florence, noted for its dome.
The PantheonThis is a temple to all the gods, known as the roundabout it is characterized by its circular shape and its opening to the public.
St Mark's BasilicaIt is the most important religious building in Venice, because it reflects the Byzantine influence; originally it was built as a continuation of the Ducal Palace in 828.Sights of Italy by categoryMuseums of Italy
Uffizi Gallery
Uffizi Gallery (Florence)The most important works and artistic expressions can be found on each of the museums in Italy.We recommend you:

Vatican Museums (Rome)
Pinacoteca di Brera (Milan)
Museo Poldi Pezzoli (Milan)
Uffizi Gallery (Florence)
Correr Museum (Venice)
National Museum "Il Bargello" (Florence)
More information about the Museums of ItalyMonuments of Italy
Every place of Italy Buildings and scenarios were built to commemorate historic moments of the nation are saved.We recommend you:

Colosseum (Rome)
Peace Arch (Milan)
Monumental Cemetery of Milan (Milan)
The Belltower of Giotto (Florence)
Ducal Palace (Venice)
More information on the monuments of ItalyChurches in Italy
Cathedral (Duomo di Milano)
Cathedral (Duomo di Milano) (Milan)From St. Peter's Square in Rome to the Baptistery of San Giovanni in Florence. Learn in this section the most famous churches in Italy.We recommend you:

Sistine Chapel (Rome)
St. Peter's Basilica (Rome)
Cathedral (Duomo di Milano) (Milan)
Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore (Florence)
Basilica di San Marco (Venice)
St. John of the Hermits (Palermo)
Baptistery of St. John (Florence)
More information about the Churches of ItalyTouring Italy
Plaza San Marcos
Piazza San Marco (Venice) - authorThe Italian squares were initially scenarios of historical events today have become a meeting point for locals and tourists.We recommend you:

Campo de 'Fiori (Rome)
Piazza del Popolo (Rome)
Piazza del Duomo (Milan)
Piazza della Signoria (Florence)
Piazza San Marco (Venice)
More information about the places ItalyParks of Italy
Sempione Park
Sempione Park (Milan)Not only buildings, streets and squares are the places most visited in Italy, thousands of people seeking parks and gardens, a place to relax and enjoy nature.We recommend you:

Park Lambro (Milan)
Sempione Park (Milan)
Cascine Park (Florence)
Royal Gardens (Venice)
More information about the Parks of ItalyPalaces in Italy
Royal Palace in Milan
Royal Palace Milan - authorSome of the buildings that still remain in Italy, are mostly places where historical figures have lived and where things happened that marked the Italian history.
We recommend you:

Palazzo Venezia (Rome)
Chancellery Palace (Rome)
Royal Palace of Milan (Milan)
Pitti Palace (Florence)
Ca 'd'Oro (Venice)