10 Best Places to Visit in Italy 2019 – Travel Video


Located in Southern Europe, this boot-shaped
country is one of the world’s most popular travel destinations for a number of reasons
that include art treasures, trendy fashion, stunning landscapes, passionate people and
top-class cuisine. Italy offers so much to see and do that it
would take a lifetime to explore. Here’s a look at the best places to visit
in Italy: Number 10. Naples. One of the busiest metropolitan cities in
the country, Naples is the capital of the Campania region in Southern Italy. The city of Naples offers a treasure trove
of art works and historic sites as well as a vibrant atmosphere of shops, restaurants
and nightlife venues. Many favorite Italian foods originated from
here such as pizza, spaghetti and parmigiana. These dishes are taken seriously in Naples
and usually feature fresh, locally grown ingredients. As it is nearby famous sites like the Bay
of Naples and Pompeii, Naples presents an ideal base to stay while exploring the area. Number 9. Italian Lake District. The Italian Lake District stretches across
Northern Italy. The southern ends of most of the lakes are
relatively flat but the northern ends are mountainous as the lakes reach deep into the
Alps. Popular with tourists for over 100 years,
the Italian Lakes combine good weather with attractive scenery. Garda is the largest lake, and offers stunning
scenery, especially in its mountainous northern stretches. Como is equally stunning, with forested slopes
rising directly from the water’s edge. Further west, Maggiore is less popular yet
just as beautiful, with several popular family resorts. Number 8. Sicily. The largest island in the Mediterranean Sea,
Sicily is an autonomous region of Italy that also includes several smaller isles. It is separated from the mainland region of
Calabria by the 2 mile Straits of Messina. Home to every great Mediterranean civilization,
Sicily is rich in art and history; from Agrigento’s Valley of the Temples to Palermo’s Baroque
churches. The island’s most striking geological feature
is Mount Etna, Europe’s tallest active volcano. Number 7. Cinque Terre. Meaning “Five Lands,” Cinque Terre comprises
the five villages of Riomaggiore, Manarola, Vernazza, Monterosso and Corniglia. Located in Italy’s northwestern coastal
region of Liguria, the villages of Cinque Terre feature some of the country’s most
beautiful landscapes that include steep cliff sides and wine terraces dating back to hundreds
of years. Among its many gems, Cinque Terre boasts a
centuries-old complex of hiking paths that offer some of Italy’s most stunning coastal
views. The Blue Trail is a paved trail connecting
all five of the villages and is suitable for all ages. Number 6. Milan. Nearly destroyed from heavy bombing during
WWII, Milan has since reconstructed and now shines as one of the wealthiest cities in
Europe. Widely regarded as a mega fashion center teeming
in designer shops, Milan also attracts many to its surviving world famous treasures like
Leonardo da Vinci’s painting, The Last Supper, the La Scala Opera House, the Castello Sforzesco
and one of the world’s largest Gothic cathedral. Nonetheless, Milan sometimes appears less
Italian compared to the country’s predominantly historic cities and more of a glamorous city
with modern architecture. Number 5. Amalfi Coast. Situated in Italy’s southwestern region
of Campania, the Amalfi Coast is known for its extraordinary beauty that makes it one
of Italy’s top tourist destinations. Stretching 30 miles along the southern side
of the Sorrento Peninsula, the Amalfi Coast is prized for its picturesque coastline that
features shimmering bays, craggy cliffs, lemon tree gardens, multicolored villas and ritzy
resorts. One of the most romantic and posh towns along
the Amalfi Coast is Positano with its beautiful pebbled beaches, pastel houses and scenic
mountains. One of the larger towns, Amalfi, features
lovely plazas lined with restaurants while the town of Ravello is favored for its beautiful
villas of gardens and art works. Number 4. Pompeii. One of Italy’s most visited tourist destinations,
Pompeii is a famous Roman city which was buried under several feet of volcanic ash for nearly
1,700 years after the cataclysmic eruption of Mt. Vesuvius. Excavation of Pompeii began in 1748, and the
site is yet to be totally unearthed. The site is located near the modern city of
Naples. A tour of Pompeii offers a fascinating insight
into the everyday life of the ancient Roman world. Visitors can walk along the ancient streets
to see the remains of bakeries, brothels and baths. Number 3. Venice. One of the most beautiful destinations in
Europe, Venice is a unique city in that is built upon a lagoon surrounded by the Adriatic
Sea. Located in northeastern Italy, Venice is an
archipelago of 118 islands all connected by hundreds of beautiful bridges and scenic canals. Of the canals, the Grand Canal is most famous
and divides the city into two sections. Picturesque waterways and historic architecture
make Venice one of the most romantic cities in the world. Venice is often crowded but well worth visiting
to see its magnificent landmarks like Saint Mark’s Square and Basilica, Doge’s Palace
and Rialto Bridge. One of the most popular things to do is to
take a gondola ride along one of its many canals. Number 2. Tuscany. Italy’s most famous region, Tuscany conjures
images of beautiful rolling hills, olive groves, vineyards and cypress trees. The many pleasures of Tuscany include tasting
wine in Chianti, simply relaxing in hill towns such as San Gimignano or exploring Renaissance
art in Florence. The medieval city of Siena also holds excellent
works of art while its historic center is one of the most popular places to visit in
Italy. Elba, the largest of several Tuscan islands,
offers great beaches while Pisa is world-famous for its Leaning Tower. Number 1. Rome. Formerly the capital of the Roman Empire,
Rome today is the government seat and capital city of Italy. Located in the country’s central region
of Lazio, Rome is a vast and complex city that is both historic and modern at the same
time. Best known for housing ancient Roman structures
and the Vatican City, Rome has endured for more than 2,500 years as an important center
for culture, power and religion. From ancient romantic plazas to stunning cathedrals
and Renaissance architecture, there is so much to see and do in Rome, that it could
take months or even years to see it all.

100 thoughts on “10 Best Places to Visit in Italy 2019 – Travel Video

  1. Italy is amazing …. actually breathtaking…. the most beautiful country on an overall parameter in Europe… I would want to go back again and again 😊

  2. I had the chance to visit Italy for a second time a few months ago. And I must say I totally fell in love with its wonderful sceneries, friendly people and most of all its history and cuisine. L'Italia è il paese più bello del mondo!

  3. Italy is a magical place. As soon as you hear the name Italy an image of mountain cliffs reaching out to the sparkling ocean pops into your mind. I had been to Italy last SEP and you can refer to my itinerary at www.touristtotravellers.com

  4. Lucca in Tuscany is the hidden gem of Italy. Walking the wall is so marvelous with quiet beauty. We stay 2 months every year.

  5. Terrible video. The footage looks like It's made by a 2n grade student on school trip. The background voice and music are nice though.

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  7. You have not mention Turin: one of the most beautiful city. There are a lot of museums, squares, caffes to visit. A wonderful city!

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  9. Firenze, Siena, Pisa, three most famous tourist destinations, they are not mentioned individually, but only showing pictures under Tuscany, that is really misleading. I am sure a lot more people know Florence than Tuscany, and a lot more people visited the leaning tower than Pompei. Instead of artificially stick to the number 10, this program should list all 13 places individually.

  10. im from south america colombia to be exact and because of my job i travelled in the last 20 years through out the world and seen it all. my favourite countries in the world are italy and japan and south korea in that order and been to italy at least 7 times . been to the italian alps many times and nothing on earth comes close to its beauty .

  11. Naples??? Did the Mafia pay you to have it make the list? When should you visit…..did they take the trash out (literally) yet??? I would think Urbino or some like/ respectable place should take its place. And to paint the "lakes' for #2 with such a broad stroke is funny at best. Where is Piedmont? I'd rather take in it's rich air vs. trash air of Naples any day……

  12. Agree with all comments. I’m from Rome and have been to all places mentioned here but…………….,…………,………………………
    Unfortunately, Italy is spoilt by the politicians that are in charge or, better still, by the people that commands them.
    The Elite Bankers and the unelected in Brussels.

  13. Love from India.. Italy is so beautiful. At Genoa now as part of work and planning to visit one place this weekend. Rome or Venice or Tuscany? I love nature. Which place do you guys suggest?

  14. Been there!!! Went camping for a full 30 days in south. The rest was beautiful as well. So was braveria,france,blk forrest,switzerland,and germany. That was back in 1972. It was much better then.

  15. Italia mia, ma quanto sei immensamente bella!!?
    Se solamente noi italiani credessimo più in noi; se solamente noi italiani credessimo più nelle enormi potenzialità che hai da offrirci; se solamente prima di abbandonarti ci provassimo, ci sacrificassimo e tenessimo leggermente di più a te; tu, carissima Italia, saresti la migliore in tutto.

  16. E il Piemonte? Le Langhe e il Roero? Il Monferrato? E la Liguria? San Remo e la Riviera di Ponente? E tutta la Liguria in genere con Lerici e il Golfo dei Poeti? E tanti, tanti altri posti!!!!

  17. im not italian , but with as much pizza 🍕 as i've eaten in my life and the serie A⚽ games I have seen for many years
    im pretty damn close 👌😂

  18. Saludos a nuestros primos italianos desde España, amo Italia! Greetings to our italian cousins from Spain, i really love Italy!

  19. Really nice video (but I had to mute the sound). I'll be going to Céfalu in a year and appreciate seeing in advance a bit of what I'll have in store when I get there. Thank you.

  20. Huge respect from Serbia 🇷🇸🇮🇹
    I visited Italy two years ago and it's amazing experience
    But they are not hospitable with Serbian tourists

  21. Been to Italy twice, both times near the borromeo islands . Two lovely little towns, first time Baveno and second time Stress. Visiting isola Bella and the other islands were lovely

  22. My daughter and I went to Italy last summer. It was my first time there and her second. Oh my goodness, I love it so much. I have traveled many places, but Italy has something that makes it so special. The people are wonderful, the food is out of this world, the architecture is beautiful, the history is rich, the art, the music. You can just spend a day walking and enjoy it. I am actually homesick for Italy, if that is possible. I cannot wait to go back.

  23. Bellisimo! . The most important country in the world regarding its influence in culture, arts, gastronomy, technology inventions, etc. The occidental civilizations owes pretty much everything to Italy 🇮🇹

  24. Super cool video! Went to Italy a couple years ago and absolutely loved it. Thanks for sharing. We'll have to go back soon now that you reminded us!

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