Best Places
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Between the Pantheon, the Roman Forum, and Circus Maximus, Italy's capital could be a full trip in itself.

The colosseum, Rome

As one of the most recognized and beloved historical sites in the world, it'd be kinda silly not to check out the Colosseum when in Italy.

Trevi fountain, Rome

The iconic structure dates back to ancient Roman times, and legend has it if you throw a coin in, you'll return to the Eternal City someday.

Vatican City

Even if you're not religious, the Vatican is worth a visit to go inside St. Peter's Basilica and the Sistine Chapel to see famous works by Michelangelo, Raphael, and Leonardo da Vinci.


An art lover's paradise, Florence feels like you've stepped back in time to the Renaissance with its 30+ museums, and the romantic Ponte Vecchio Bridge to stroll and shop along.

Cattedrale di santa maria del fiore, florence

The gothic-style structure dates back to the 13th century and is just as impressive to gaze at from the outside as it is from the inside.


While Florence is technically Tuscany's capital, you have to get out of the city to really soak up that true Tuscan magic.


The one-of-a-kind locale doesn't have roads but instead, weaving water canals and narrow footpaths. Take a water taxi to get around, or dial up the romance with a private gondola ride.

Burano, Venice

One of our absolute faves is Burano thanks to its famous luxurious lace and the colorful houses you're pretty much required to take a pic in front of.


Equal parts awesome and eerie, you've probably heard of the ancient Roman city, Pompeii, before.


As the fashion capital of Italy and one of the global "Big Four" in the industry, Milan is pretty much the definition of Italian chic.

Amalfi Coast

The region is home to 13 bright seaside towns where buildings literally hang from cliffs while the Mediterranean sea glitters below.

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