architecture is what you find fascinating then tourism in Italy has a lot to offer you. The historic towns of Pompeii and Herculaneum give a glimpse into the early Roman life. While both these well-preserved towns bore the brunt of a volcanic eruption in AD 79, they are still historic marvels. The Pantheon in Rome is perhaps the best preserved historic structures the world over. It stands at an impressive height of 142-feet and was built in 126 AD. The Colosseum holds the largest, one-of-its-kind amphitheatre in the world.
Beaches, lakes, mountains, islands, wildlife – there’s so much to explore in Italy. The famous mountain range in the Alps, Dolomites is a popular destination for adventure tourism. It offers skiing, hiking, mountain climbing and more. Standing atop the peak with a view of the valleys, lakes and alpine meadows is truly magical. Etna is the tallest active volcano in Italy. Capri, a picturesque island in the Tyrrhenian Sea has numerous small beaches. Gran Paradiso National Park in the north-western part of Italy in the Alps boasts of a striking landscape coupled with various endangered species, like Alpine Ibex, chamois, eagle-owl and more.
For many tourists around the world, fashion is the first thing that will pop into their mind. Milan is Italy’s fashion capital, hosting the famous Milan Fashion week. Rome is the new fashion capital. As they say, when in Rome do as the Romans do. Italy is a hotspot for umpteen fashion brands and labels. From the flea market to the designer boutiques, a fashion lover can go crazy.