Italy is one of the most fascinating countries in the world with a tremendous history and culture that delights even the most demanding travelers. Italy is famous for its ancient Roman ruins, delicious cuisine and a multitude of picturesque towns perfect for a city break. If you already visited big Italian cities, we are offering you three wonderful other cities in which you will discover the true Italian charm.
The city is famous for the Leaning Tower of Pisa whose form has become a symbol of Italy, but this charming city has plenty of other attractions. After you do the obligatory photo with specific tower, explore the beautiful Piazza dei Miracoli where besides the Leaning Tower of Pisa, you’ll be able to admire the Cathedral of Pisa whose shape resembles a muffin. But to discover the true charm of the city of Pisa you have to get lost among its beautiful buildings and a walk along the Arno river to Piazza dei Cavalieri which once was the center of the city headquarters of the Knights of St. Stephen. Pisa boasts over 20 historic churches, a series of medieval palaces and picturesque bridges over the Arno which completes the charming atmosphere of the city.
Verona is the city of love which made famous the most beautiful love stories, that of Romeo and Juliet. Remembering famous Shakespeare’s plays can be seen throughout the city, especially in the family home with the famous balcony of Juliet’s alongside with her tomb. This wonderful city has inspired three plays of the Bard and this is not surprising. The markets, countless Roman monuments, including a massive coliseum, and also plenty of beautiful bridges that cross the River Adige makes Verona a city ideal for a city break.
One of the most beautiful ports of the Mediterranean seaside, Genoa still keeps the memory of the ancient republics. Nicknamed “La Superba” Genoa fascinates its visitors with a maze of narrow streets where you will definitely lose yourself. But not do worry! Genova is full of beautiful buildings, cozy squares and impressive churches, so that no matter where you feel lost, you’ll get a unique experience. After admiring the baroque and renaissance buildings, the Doge’s Palace, Carlo Felice Theatre from Ferrari Piazza and Cathedral St. Lorenzo, take a walk on the boardwalk until Boccadasse neighborhood, a veritable symphony of pink and yellow buildings.