Top 60 Tourist Attractions in Italy — #31-35

Italy has so many amazing travel destinations. It is the number one travel destination in Europe! Obviously many more than sixty of these attractions could have been listed, but we have only been through some of the country in our two trips there. So, my list is compilation of attractions that I have seen and those that others consider to be must-sees. I will list the top 60 tourist attractions in Italy in installments of five destinations per post, counting down to the best of the best.

35. Duomo, Florence — One of the world’s most beautiful churches, the Basilica di Santa Maria in Fiori, with its green, pink, and white marble, dominates the city because of its dome. The dome, an amazing engineering feat at the time, was built by Filippo Brunelleschi in 1436. The Baptistry of the church is also a major tourist site, with bronze doors designed by Lorenzo Ghiberti (Walking Tour available for just $1.49 on the website).

Duomo and Baptistry

34. Sorrento — The northernmost city on Amalfi Coast Drive, Sorrento makes a popular base of operations for visitors to this region. The port of Sorrento offers ferries to the Isle of Capri, another popular destination.

Marina Piccolo, Sorrento

33. Reggia di Caserta, Caserta — Caserta’s royal palace is a mansion in the style of Versailles. The elaborate estate sits between Rome and Naples.

Caserta Royal Palace

32. Roman Arena, Verona — Numerous vestiges of the Roman Empire can be found in Verona. The most impressive of these remnants is the Roman Amphitheater (Walking Tour available for just $1.49 on the website).

Roman Arena, Verona

31. Syracuse — The ancient, important Greek city sports many reminders of its historical past and should not be missed by visitors to the island of Sicily.


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