Home to the greatest number of UNESCO World Heritage Sites (45), proud with the astonishing number of about 100,000 monuments of any sort, the boot-shaped Italy amazes with its well preserved history and sightseeing possibilities.
Feel the connection to the past by visiting the ruins at Pompei, the Ancient Roman aqueducts, the impressive Colloseum or the memorable Pantheon (27 BC). Enjoy a traditional gelato or one of Tuscany’s fine wines, take a picture next to the Leaning Tower of Pisa, dream away on a gondola in Venice and remember the most famous love story of Romeo and Juliette.
Romethe former capital of the Roman Empire has functioned as the political center of Western civilization for centuries now. It still maintains a classical and appealing charm in its colorful medieval squares.
Artists like Da Vinci, Michelangelo or Botticelli have transformed Italy into the birthplace of Renaissance. The best example for this art style is found in the Vatican in the official residence of the Pope, the Sistine Chapel.
A trip to Italy can be a trip to the Ancient Roman Empire. The well preserved monuments of the “birthplace of renaissance” maintain the shine of the past giving it a romantic flair with great cultural value.