Useful information for tourists about Italy
The Italian Republic is a state in the south of Europe. It borders with France, Switzerland, Austria and Slovenia.
The Dolomite Mountains that cross northern Italy – part of the Alps mountain range. The Apennines run through the center of Italy, stretching from north to south and sharing the eastern and western coasts.
There are also two independent countries in Italy. The Vatican is the center of the Roman Catholic Church, and the smallest country in the world is San Marino, which is located on the northern coast of Italy and is an independent republic.
Many tourists from all over the world come to Italy, because there really is something to admire. Thanks to the developed tourist infrastructure in Italy, it will not be difficult to find hotels for every taste and budget – from luxury hotel chains to small family resorts. Gradation of hotels is the same as in the rest of Europe – from one to five stars. In this case, stardom means the number of services provided. In different regions of Italy, hotels of the same category may differ slightly in terms of service.
Italy is an unusually beautiful and interesting country. This is truly a treasure trove of world masterpieces of art and culture. Here you will find unique monuments of architecture from different eras and numerous museums, gorgeous beaches and Alpine mountains, and, of course, excellent Italian cuisine. Millions of tourists from all over the world visit Italy every year.
“Eternal City” Rome – the capital of Italy and, perhaps, the ideal place to start exploring this amazing country. It is one of the most beautiful and oldest cities in the world, as well as the center of the legendary Roman Empire. You should definitely visit the Colosseum, the Capitol, the Roman and Imperial forums, the Pantheon, Castel Sant’Angelo, the Trevi Fountain, the Villa and the Borghese Museum and, of course, take a walk around the Plaza of Spain, Piazza Navona and Piazza Venezia. The city is famous for its huge number of beautiful temples, most of which are true architectural masterpieces (the basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore and San Giovanni in Laterano, the cathedrals of San Paolo Fuori le Mura and St. John the Baptist, the church of Santa Maria in Trastevere, etc.) .
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