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The cradle of civilization, Seat of the Papacy and heart of Catholicism, its current physiognomy is the result of innumerable urban and architectural modifications that go through its layers and millennia. Imperial Rome is undoubtedly the best known, from the Colosseum to the Imperial Forums, the Domus Aurea, the Pantheon and the Circus Maximus. The capital is not only a city of monuments but a city alive with cultural centers and events. The Trastevere district, the Vatican and Villa Borghese, the Basilica of San Pietro in Vincoli, as well as the Colosseum, the Roman Forum and the Palatine, the Catacombs of San Calixto and the Trevi Fountain are unmissable places that one cannot miss.


  Its capital, Florence, is home to some of the most recognizable Renaissance art and architecture, including Michelangelo’s “David” statue by Botticelli and the Cathedral of Santa Maria del Flor. Its varied natural landscape encompasses the rugged Apennine mountains, the beaches of Elba Island in the Tyrrhenian Sea, and the olive groves and vineyards of Chianti. In the Tuscany area we find the city of Pisa and its leaning tower, the most famous monument in Tuscany, the city of Siena which is characterized by its medieval brick buildings, also found in this region, San Gimignano, the most Tuscany, as well as Volterra famous for its spectacular sunsets. The walled town of Montepulciano, with a beautiful historic center. The medieval town Montalcino, with a medieval feel. Every town and city that is part of Tuscany is dazzling in such a way that one feels totally intoxicated by its beauty.


Elegant, inimitable, exciting and romantic, precious: this is Venice, the jewel of any tour of Italy where churches, palaces, ancient bridges, monuments and squares confirm its artistic and cultural vitality. It has no roads, but only canals, including the Grand Canal thoroughfare, lined with Renaissance and Gothic palaces. The beating heart of Venice is Piazza San Marco, the most elegant living room in Europe, is home to St. Mark’s Basilica, which has a Byzantine mosaic floor and the Campanile bell tower. Venice has the Venetian Arsenal, for centuries the largest in the world, today it hosts the Art and Architecture Biennials, The Venice Film Festival, on the other hand, takes place inside the Palazzo del Cinema on the island known like the Lido.