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  • 1 Bay of Naples Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    I - 80100 Napoli

    Covering 80km from Pozzuoli in the north to Sorrento in the south, the Bay of Naples makes for an expansive panorama: to the west the Phlegraean Fields with their intense geological activity; to the south the wild and rugged Sorrento peninsula (cliff..

  • 2 Oratory of San Lorenzo Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Religious buildings

    I - 90133 Palermo

    The finest work by Giacomo Serpotta (1656-1732). On the walls are scenes illustrating episodes from the life of Saint Francis (right hand side) and Saint Lawrence (left hand side), whose martyrdom is represented on the far wall. The upper sections of..

  • 3 Ascencione dell'Etna Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    I - 95030 Nicolosi

    The ascent can be from the south from Catania, via Nicolosi, or by the northeast face from Taormina via Linguaglossa. The former will take you up to an altitude of 3 000m near the grandiose Valle del Bove, hemmed in by walls of lava (1 200m high) and..

  • 4 Parco Nazionale d'Abruzzo Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    v. anta-Lucia I - 67032 Pescasseroli

    This nature reserve was founded in 1923 in the very heart of the massif to protect the fauna, flora and landscapes of the region. It extends over an area of around 100 000 acres, not including the 11 119 acres of the Mainarde territory (in the Molise..

  • 5 Panoramic views of Aspromonte Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    I - 89050 Gambarie

    The Aspromonte massif (2 000m) lies at the southernmost tip of Calabria. The face overlooking the Tyrrhenian coast drops in terraces to the shore while the slopes on the Ionian coast descend more gently down to the sea. Forests of chestnut trees, oak..

  • 6 Palazzo Nuovo Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Museums and art

    I - 00100 Roma

    Built in 1655 by Girolamo Rainaldi, the palace was part of a project by Michelangelo for the Senate House. With the Palazzo dei Conservatori, it houses the collections of the Capitoline Museums. The room of the Emperors has portraits of all the emper..

  • 7 Imperial Forums Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Archaeological and historical sites

    Via 4 Novembre I - 00100 Roma

    These were built by Caesar, Augustus, Trajan, Nerva and Vespasian; of the last two, nothing remains. Opened by Mussolini in 1932, Via dei Fori Imperiali cuts through the middle of them.

  • 8 Trajan's Column Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Archaeological and historical sites

    Via 4 novembre I - 00100 Roma

    Trajan's Column is an unparalleled masterpiece. Standing 38m tall, it incorporates bulging in its construction to avoid the illusion of concavity generated by its sheer height. Animated by the spiral course they follow, the hundred scenes of images d..

  • 9 Città Alta Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    I - 24100 Bergamo

    The old upper town of Bergamo provides visitors with many hours of interesting walks. Start at the Piazza Vecchia, the historic centre of the town, with its 12C bell tower, 18C fountain, the Palazzo della Ragione (a palace rebuilt in the 16C), and th..

  • 10 Terrazzi del Duomo Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Religious buildings

    P.za del Duomo I - 20123 Milano

    The Duomo is adorned with no less than 135 extraordinarily intricate pinnacles and an impressive number of graceful, elegant white marble statues (2 245 in all). For a closer look at them, take the stairs up to the rooftops. At the summit, the "..

  • 11 Belvedere di Sighignola Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    I - 22024 Lanzo-d'Intelvi

    This resort is also known as the "balcony of Italy", by virtue of its extensive view of Lugano, the Alps as far as Monte Rosa and on a clear day, Mont Blanc.

  • 12 Regione dei Laghi Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    I - 20121 Milano

    Maggiore, Orta, Como, Iseo and Garda are all legends in their own right. Of glacial origins, these long, narrow expanses of water stretch out from Piedmont to Venetia and from Switzerland to Trentino at the foothills of the Lombardy Alps. The climate..

  • 13 Lago Maggiore Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    I - 28049 Stresa

    Its size (212.3km²), majestic, unspoilt beauty, and above all the Borromean Islands in its centre make Lake Maggiore the most famous of Italy's Pre-Alpine lakes. It is fed by the River Tessin, which rises in Switzerland, and its waters change from a ..

  • 14 Lago di Como Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    I - 22100 Como

    Set entirely within Lombardy, Lake Como, of all the Italian lakes, has the most variety. Pretty villages, tiny ports, villas set in shady, exotic gardens succeed one another along the banks of this lake in the alpine foothills. The most picturesque s..

  • 15 Lago di Garda Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    I - 37016 Garda

    Lake Garda (370km²) is bordered by highly varied landscapes: low-lying banks and a plateau to the south, steep slopes to the west and the mountain range of Monte Baldo opposite. The Dolomites to the north shelter the lake creating a mild climate, ear..

  • 16 Grotte di Castellana Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    I - 70013 Castellana Grotte

    The caves follow the course of an ancient underground river that filters down through the limestone subsoil of the Murge Hills. Discovered in 1938, they display an infinite variety of magnificent concretions: curtains, richly coloured stalactites and..

  • 17 Promontorio del Gargano Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    I - 71037 Monte-Sant'-Angelo

    Sticking up like a spur in the boot of Italy, Gargano is one of Italy's most unspoilt and most appealing regions. Leave from Monte Sant'Angelo and head north through the Foresta Umbra (27 000 acres). From the fishing village of Peschici, continue on ..

  • 18 Promontorio di Portofino Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    I - 16034 Portofino

    The rugged, rocky peninsula of Portofino features an indented coastline dotted with tiny sheltered bays. Part of the peninsula has been designated a nature reserve to protect the fauna and flora. Numerous footpaths, some scenic roads such as those le..

  • 19 Galleria Palatina Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Museums and art

    Accès par l’escalier d’Ammannati I - 50010 Firenze

    Located in the heart of the Palazzo Pitti, the Galleria Palatina houses an extraordinary array of 16C-18C paintings including a fine collection of works by Raphael (the Veiled Lady, the Madonna of the Grand Duke, the Madonna della Seggiola) and by Ti..

  • 20 Val di Genova Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    I - 38080 Carisolo

    This valley is carved out of the eastern flank of the granite Adamello massif. The road follows a fast-flowing river as it tumbles into a waterfall, the Cascata di Nardis, where the waters drop over 100m.

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