The 10 best places to visit in Italy

“Summer time, and the livin is easy ….” -Ella Fitzgerald.

Happy Summer everyone πŸ™‚ I Hope everyone is enjoying their vacations and time away from work and school. And we cannot forget the most important thing, weather. This warm summer air is simply amazing. It’s nice waking up and not falling on black ice on my way to school. Don’t get me wrong, I love Winter, in fact it’s my favorite time of year but it’s delightful that we live in a place where we can experience the fullness of each season.

Now I imagine many of you are already on vacation, but for those of you who are not and still don’t know what places you want to visit, this post is for you πŸ™‚ Today’s post is going to compile the best places to visit in Italy. I did my googling last night and I found (from multiple sites) the places that looked most amazing to me and that is what I am going to share with you today πŸ™‚

ENJOY πŸ™‚If you have not seen my other travel posts I will have them all linked here for easy access. Or you can click the categories tab at the top of my site , click travel and my travel posts will appear there.

Visit a city– this link is very helpful for determining trips & package deals dealing with a certain city. All you have to do is click the link , then type the city of your choice in the “search” tab and they will create a package trip deal for you.

The places and pictures show below are 10 places I found that looked the most amazing and had the best prices, in terms of traveling. I included pictures and the name of where that picture was taken but if you want to learn more about a certain place you would need to do reasearch because I did not include that in my post, sorry for the inconvenience.

Santa Maria del Fiore – Florence

A sunset in Florence from Piazzale Michelangelo


Duomo di Milano

Milan Cathedral Duomo di Milano Italy Facade Night


Paestrum in Italy

Napoli (Naples. Not Florida.)

Napoli - top places to see in Southern Italy

Isle of Capri

Capri Blue Grotto


View of the town







urbino photo, ducal palace photo





The Duomo di Cremona and the Baptistery.

Thank you for reading today’s post. If you have any questions leave them below and I will respond. Also, if you are new to my blog and would like to read what I post about click the “about me” tab at the top of my site or click here.Β 
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Have a great day πŸ™‚



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    1. Your, β€œVisit a City” link is really good, lots of good info.

      Also, I β€œclicked” on some of the pics you shared and some good info comes up that can be helpful.

      They all look like beautiful places to visit, especially Isle of Capri.

      Thanks for sharing!

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