Top 7 Best Places To Visit In Italy (Part 2)

1. Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore

Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore is one of the historic buildings in the city of Bergamo. Especially for those who are enthusiasts of historic places, then you should not miss this one because it has its own uniqueness and beauty.

This place has some historical relics in ancient times may have never known, so do not be surprised if many tourists who visit this place to learn about the historical heritage of the past.

2. The Janiculum Hill

The Janiculum Hill offers the best views of the city of Rome from the top of the hill that located between Vatican and Trastevere. Due to its location is at the top of high places, Janiculum hill also has several historic buildings which used for religious purposes. To get to the Janiculum hill, you can start from Castle San Angeli on the banks of the river Tiber, then you have to walk from Via Urbando VIII.

It takes about an hour to get to the top of Janiculum hill, but trust me, all of your fatigue will be paid off by the treats that you'll see on the top of hill later. Janiculum Hill is the most suitable place to enjoy sunsets and night atmosphere of Rome.

3. Cinque Terre

Cinque Terre is a colorful small town in the region of Riviera, Italy. For those of you who have been enjoying the bustle of cities in Italy, then you have to visit this place. Cinque Terre is an unique city with colorful buildings. This has been built since centuries ago and is maintained until today. The location is not far from the edge of the Mediterranean Sea so Cinque Terre also presents you a beautiful sea view.

Cinque Terre has been designated by UNESCO as a world heritage site . Cinque Terre, which means five regions, extending from north to south, consists of five villages, namely Monterosso al Mare, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola and Riomaggiore.

4. Beautiful Bridges in Venice
Venice is a city that is unique in Italy because this city is entirely built on water, in the middle of a lagoon. Known as one of the most beautiful and the most romantic city. Piazza San Marco is the heart of Venice with a magnificent church. It is located in northeast Italy. The most popular and most historical thing of Venice is a bridge between East and West side.

Basically, Venice is an archipelagic with a 412 square meters of area, surrounded by water, and has hundreds of beautiful bridges. That is why this city is also known as The City of Water. The main attraction of Venice is a beautiful and romantic bridges, so it attracts many tourists to see. From hundreds of bridges in Venice, there are five most popular bridges (ponte) :

1. Ponte degli Scalzi

2. Ponte Tron (Ponte de la Piavola)

3. Ponte di Rialto

4. Ponte della Liberta

5. Ponte Concordia (Bridge of Sighs)

5. Casa di Giulietta, Verona
For those of you who are literature lovers or just a regular tourist, the story of Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare is certainly so famous around the world. The story that later became a movie take the first setting in this city, Verona, Italy, which make this city as a famous tourist destination. Every year, thousands of tourists come to this city of Romeo and Juliet. Casa di Giuletta, known as the Juliet's house, became one of the destinations most visited by tourists.

In there, you will find thousands of letters and messages sent by a visitor to Juliet. In addition, there is also a statue of Juliet with pride visitor to hold the breasts that supposedly will make wishes come true. In addition to Juliet's house, at Casa di Giuletta, not far from the Arena, there are the third largest amphitheater in the world that looks like the Colosseum in Rome.

6. Rabbit Beach Lampedusa

If you think that Italy only famous for tourist attractions such as building, food, and historical sights, then you are wrong. It turned out that Italy also has an incredible beach. Even one of the beaches in Italy is known as the most beautiful beach in the world. Yes, Rabbit Beach Lampedusa. It is located in southwest Sicily, and has been crowned as the most beautiful beach in the world by one of the leading tourist sites in 2013 ago.

It's different from most beaches, Rabbit Beach, as the name suggests, has its own uniqueness, which is a place to live hundreds of rabbits. All the rabbits are living freely around the beach and has existed since decades ago.

7. Piazza dei Miracoli

Piazza dei Miracoli is a cathedral square, located in the city of Pisa, Tuscany, Italy. The square that resembles a garden is partly cemented and partly grassy, with a beautiful white building dominates this area. Piazza is also surrounded by a fence and colorful buildings of interest. There are 4 main buildings that dominate this square, the Duomo (cathedral), Babtistery, Camposanto, and Leaning Tower of Pisa which became famous in the world because of its uniqueness.
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One of my dream places to visit! Gotta save up those $$$

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