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Map of Northern Italy

by Vishal Kumar

The northern part of the Italian peninsula is called Northern Italy, a mine of huge and varied resources. Below is the map covering the states in northern Italy.

Map of Northern Italy

Northern Italy is a mine of huge and varied resources, starting from art museums, cathedrals, and Roman relics to vineyards that manufacture some of the finest wines in the world. Together with the beautiful highland locations of the region, Northern Italy is one of the best tourist destinations on the European mainland. The mainland area of Northern Italy is divided into some geographical regions that are a huge source of employment for the inhabitants of the country. In fact, it comprises 8 out of the 20 regions in Italy. Some of these regions are:

  • Lombardy
  • The Lakes
  • The Veneto
  • Dolomites and South Tirol
  • Liguria and the Italian Riveria

Lombardy is the most prosperous of all the Italian provinces whose extensive industrial activities stimulate developments in this sector and contribute a lump sum to the country’s economy. Despite its rugged terrains, the long Lombardian plains ranging from Pavia to Mantua are dotted with cities like Milan that account hugely for the flourishing economy of Italy.

The Lake regions constitute the best natural resources of Italy and are the prized natural possessions of the countrymen. Stretching from the Veneto borders to the boundaries of Piedmont across Northern Lombardy, this area is dotted with exquisite lakes like Lake Maggiore, Como, and Garda. Blessed by lush green forests and extensive vegetative growths along the stretch the snowy Alps running beside it add to the charm and beauty of the region.

Popularly known as the Venetian Republic, Veneto or the city of Venice shares its borders with the Serene Republic. It is characterized by extensive vineyards, lush green meadows, and decorative vacation villas and apartments. The wealthy business class of the city adds glamor to the atmosphere of Italy. The Gothic architectures of Veneto make the place one of the most popular Italian tourist destinations.

The Dolomites and South Tirol are basically mountainous regions that cover the northern part from Veneto and Lombardy, all the way to the valley of River Adige. The towering landscape and the picturesque sceneries of this Italian region are indeed appreciable and worthy of accolades.

The mild and pleasant weather of Liguria and the Italian Riveria right from Tuscany on the French borders to the Mediterranean and Ligurian Seas have led to the development of tourist spots in the region. The curved sea shores are the abode of several beach retreats facilitating adventures and activities like fishing in the teal-colored sea waters. The northern parts are perfumed with the fragrances of pines, bougainvillea, and others.

Some of the cities of Northern Italy are mentioned below:

  • Asolo
  • Bassano del Grappa
  • Santa Margherita Ligure
  • The Cinque Terre
  • The Riviera del Brenta
  • Trent
  • Treviso
  • Venice
  • Ventimiglia
  • Verona
  • Vicenza
  • Genoa
  • Mantua
  • Meran
  • Milan
  • Padua
  • Bergamo
  • Bordighera
  • Bozen
  • Brixen
  • Camogli
  • Cortina d’Ampezzo
  • Portofino
  • Rapallo
  • San Remo

The enriched environment of Northern Italy is indeed a place for rest and repose. The romantic atmosphere together with the scenic beauty of the region adds to the interest of worldwide travelers.

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