More than 63.2 million people visit Italy every year. It is the 5th most visited country in the words. These places are enriched with culture, cuisine, history, fashion and art. If you are the lucky one who gets the chance to study in Italy, then you can visit lots of places during the study. To introduce you to some of the best tourist places to visit in Italy we have summarized it in our blog. It is written by Ms. Bhumika Shah. She is our Admission Process Executive.
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To keep yourself self-motivated and to be intended towards education, we all need a break. A break in which we can relax and maintain our level of energy while studying. So, today let us see apart from studying in the Italian universities what a student can do to keep his/ her energetic. So today I am going to give you some interesting things that students can do in Italy apart from the study.
Here I am sharing with you some information regarding the movies, songs and the web series that are shot in the famous cities of Italy.
The shooting of the Indian movies like Rockstar, Housefull, Kambakkht Ishq, Jeans, Bachna Ae Haseeno, Great gambler and Shaadi No.1 are done in the amazing parts of Italy.
Italy is not as expensive as we think it to be. The summer of the country is quite sunny and bright. You can visit many beaches like otranto beach, tropea beach, and marina grande beach. These beaches are famous for food, nightlife and for the clearer water. Let’s dig some more information about the other famous destinations in Italy.
1. The city Verona – famous for the story of Romeo and Juliet.
Castelvecchio and Ponte Scaligero
This fortress built-in 1354-55, is a reminding memory of any rival power of the Della Scala family. This fortress is built at the river of Adige and the contrasted bridge over it is traffic-free and the most common attraction of the local families. Here the various collections of art are stored in the form of paintings, sculpture, applied arts that are fantastically carved by the 15 -16 century-old artists.
Arena di Verona (Roman Amphitheater)
This is the one of the largest, oldest and best Roman Amphitheaters built in about AD 290. Unfortunately, only some sides have survived till date but there are more than 22,000 visitors who come and visit this place in June and July. Having ancient history, it is called the home of the Verona Opera Festival. Verona opera is one of the most famous summer musical events held in Italy.
Casa di Giulietta
Who doesn’t know about Romeo and Juliet? I guess everyone does. This place becomes internationally notable after the famous tragedy of Romeo Juliet written by Shakespeare. This place is also known as the house of Juliet. The city has developed the balcony overlooking the courtyard where Juliet lived so that they can stand there to experience that tragedy.
Arche Scaligere (Scaligeri Tombs)
This is a lovely little church constructed in the 12th century when Santa Maria Antica is ruled in Verona. Their gothic tombs almost overshadow it. The Scala was the heraldic embed of family and frequently recurs in an elaborate wrought iron railing.
It is the princely capital of Verona and has become the great center of art learning. The massive Palazzo Ducale is dominating the town and still one of Italy’s most splendid places. It is a house of several important collections including paintings, arts, sculpture, and tape strips are made from the cartoon.
The city is declared as the UNESCO world heritage site for the outstanding structure and architecture.
Like that Verona is also famous for the intersection of the roads, when the air blows all wastage of the roads and collects it in the corner of the intersection.
2. Venice- The city that entirely built on the canal
All you can enjoy in Venice is canal travelling. Yes, you are reading it right. So, there is no traffic and bus exhaust, and along the canal, you can easily move and can only hear the lapping of water. The most famous places to visit in Venice are:
St. Mark’s square
The best time to visit Venice is autumn when lovely and amazing mist hangs over the entire city. St. Mark’s square is the Venice largest square and is brought together and seems in architecture by three sides. But more than architecture, it is Venetian love to be more precise its Venice living room- a place where everybody gathers, drinks coffee, spots to do chat, meet the friends etc. Three sides are framed in such a way where most famous shopping shops and café are located.
Venice couldn’t fail to be impressed by both size and architecture. Venetia Tintoretto is known for the largest oil painting in the world.
The Rialto Bridge marked as the spot of the first settlement was built during 1588. After the collapse of the wooden bridge, the stone bridge is developed and supports two streets and doubling the set of shops. This place is famous as a vantage point for the tourist for taking photos and watching the assortment of boats always passing under it.
Murano and Burano
Murano and Burano famous for its glasswork and the trip to Italy are incomplete without visiting it. They have worked here since the 13th century in hope of decreasing the risk of fire from one of the glass furnaces extensive through Venice's tightly compacted centre. They built the glass museum by the 17th century in which glass art has been collected since the Romans 20th century. All canal sites are today decorated by the wonderful glass art.
Naples – The New City
The name is derived from the Greece word necropolis means “the new city”. This is the second most populated city in Italy.
Via Dei tribunal
This place is famous for its various types of pizza cuisine. The Pizza is originated from this city. It is famous for so many other local dishes as well. Via Dei tribunal is the most famous place to eat all the variety of pizza. You can enjoy the ordinal signature fluffy, charred dough along the “Pizza Alley” but to enjoy this you need too much patience for standing in a queue.
Cafe Mexicano is the place famous for everyone, from the workman to holidaying people. The sunny yellow and bright orange espresso machine will perk you up as the caffeine does.
Lungomare and Castle Ovo
This waterfront place is famous as a gateway of the Mediterranean and the world. With the beautiful view across the way, visitors can enjoy the food and the famous ice cream near the beachside shops. As Naples is famous for its too long food history. This is the busiest place in Naples.
This sculpture was built in 1590 as a private chapel of the Sanseverino family and later it became a burial chapel. This sculpture is the most famous artist feature. This is mainly famous for the pair of the anatomic machine, demonstrating the human circulatory system, and sculpture is built on the actual skeleton using wire, silk, and beeswax.
National Archeological Museum
This museum is famous for its outstanding collection of antiquities. Here you can find the artwork of marble, bronze sculpture, and terraCotta. It has the art treasures of the kings of Naples, the Farnese collections from Rome and Parma, the collections from the palaces of Portici and Capodimonte, and material from Herculaneum and Cumae.
Presepi Shops on Via San Gregorio Armeno
This is a unique place to visit. Terracotta is the best thing to purchase in Naples. You can enjoy the local market shopping and culture of Naples. Best known craftsmen are located in this market only. In this street, you can find out the various terraCotta sculptures of animals, humans, children, the entire village and the day to day activity. Miniature furniture is like tiny furniture, food, the animal even entire shops and rooms are created.
3. Florence – The city of Video game
Florence is known as the renaissance and the home of the Uffizi gallery. Florence is home to one of the most famous art galleries in the world. This is the place where many Renaissance masterpieces are housed. Hundreds of people visit Florence every year. You can visit this place and get to know the secret about how Michelangelo was discovered, or even why Hitler decided not to destroy Ponte Vecchio in WWII.
Florence Streets is a small city that is too slow. In this city, the people are calmer than all the other cities in Italy. There are available cars and buses in the city but most of the visitors overrun by the pedestrians to move from one place to other places so that they can enjoy window shopping, slowly enjoy the gelato, and can enjoy the pizza with loved ones.
Piazzale Michelangelo that even city tourism material occasionally slips up, this terrace above the city is an obligatory stop for all visitors. Visitors can get a 360-degree view of the Piazzale Michelangiolo view from the dome of the cathedral.
This is located at the centre of Florence where this fortress-like palace is constructed. You can get a clear vision of art, history and power echo in the outlet of the rooms. The place where the city republic is ruled. Be sure to sign up early for one of the free tours, so you'll get to see some of the passages the Medici used to move among the rooms; return in the evening to climb to the roof for sunset views of the city.
3. Pisa – The leaning Tower
Pisa is famous worldwide for the leaning tower. This beautiful tower is a structure in its own right, but it is made famous by the noticeable tilt. You can climb to the top of the tower and reach the tilted part and enjoy the view of the surrounding cities.
Palazzo Dei Cavalieri
Palazzo Dei Cavalieri was constructed in the 16th century and was the HQ of the knights of St. Stephen. The front face is decorated by the great and wonderful stone arts. There is a large central staircase leading up to the main doors and a series of stone statues.
You can simply take a walk along the river Arno. The river that passes from the city Centre of the Pisa. It provides a totally beautiful and photogenic place where you can simply walk and enjoy the landscape of nature. The houses and the architecture on these sites are really beautiful.
Borgo stretto is the best place where you can enjoy the best architecture and retail shopping as well. This great street is located at the heart of the city. Where you can find the various range of designer clothes, boutiques. A person who loves retail shopping must visit this place in Pisa. If you don’t like shopping, then they can enjoy the view of beautiful architecture and the buildings.
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