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Italy Tourist Attractions

St Peter’s Basilica, Vatican City
St Peter’s Basilica, Vatican City

Built across the river Tiber, the St Peter’s Basilica is one of the best places to visit in Italy. It is situated upon the site where the chief Apostelic Father, Saint Peter was martyred, crucified, and laid to rest in 64 AD. As St Peter is regarded as the very first pope, so the pontificate(…)

La Scala (Teatro alla Scala) , Milan
La Scala (Teatro alla Scala) , Milan

La Scala or Teatro alla Scala is one of the most remarkable tourist attractions in Milan. It is considered as one of the most famous opera houses in Italy as well as in the whole world. This opera house remains packed with visitors all through the year. The experience here will be enjoyable and cast(…)

Sant’ Ambrogio Basilica
Sant’ Ambrogio Basilica

The Church of Sant’Ambrogio is one of the most eminent tourist attractions in Milan, which has received widespread acclaim from tourists. The church is also the resting place of Milan’s patron saint, Sant’Ambrogio (St. Ambrose); who lies in the crypt in a marvelous silver and crystal reliquary. Ambrose became the Bishop of Milan in 374,(…)

Palazzo della Ragione
Palazzo della Ragione

Palazzo della Ragione (the Hall of Justice) is one of the most impressive tourist attractions in Milan. Every year thousands of tourists from different corners of the world come to Milan to spend a gala time in this beautiful city, which is considered as the commercial as well as the fashion capital of the Italy.(…)

San Siro Stadium
San Siro Stadium

Stadio San Siro also known as the Meazza San Siro Stadium is one of the most premier football stadiums in Milan. The prestigious stadium is the hub of two of the three most successful Italian Football League clubs: A.C. Milan and F.C. Internazionale. This reputed stadium has been officially renamed to pay a tribute to(…)

Milan Cathedral (Duomo di Milano)
Milan Cathedral (Duomo di Milano)

The Milan Cathedral or Duomo di Milano is one of the premier tourist attractions in Milan and it has been visited by thousands of visitors from different corners of the world. The Duomo di Milano in Milan is one of the largest churches in the world and it is a gorgeous elegant mass of marble which(…)

Palazzo Reale (Royal Palace of Milan)
Palazzo Reale (Royal Palace of Milan)

Palazzo Reale (Palazzo Reale di Milano) is one of the most remarkable tourist attractions in Milan, Italy. It is said to have been built during the 1300s by the Visconti family. It saw reconstructions and renovations due to damage suffered during World War II. Several conquerors were also responsible for alterations. The Italian architect Giuseppe(…)

Pinacoteca di Brera (Brera Art Gallery)
Pinacoteca di Brera (Brera Art Gallery)

The Brera Gallery is not only one of the most sought after tourist attractions in Milan, it is also considered as one of the major art collections in the world. It started with only a small collection of paintings and sculptures. This art gallery has gone on to mesmerize art critics, and is also of(…)

Vatican City – Rome, Italy
Vatican City – Rome, Italy

The seat of the Pope, the worldwide head of the Catholic Church, the Vatican is an independent state within Italy. Many pilgrims make the journey to Vatican City every year, and many of these attend a public appearance by the Pope or attend mass. Vatican City includes the Saint Peter’s Basilica (Cathedral) and Piazza (square),(…)

Leaning Tower of Pisa
Leaning Tower of Pisa

Leaning Tower of Pisa is a bell tower, famous for its dramatic tilt to one side. Located adjacent to the Cathedral of Pisa, the tower has become an icon of Italy. It is the third oldest structure in Pisa’s Cathedral Square. There are eight floors in the tower including the observation deck at the top. The(…)

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