What to see in Italy

     Rome is one of the biggest attractions of Italy and the world. It is located within the Vatican city-state, as well as the priceless monuments and ensembles of antiquity – the Roman and Imperial Forum, Via Appia, Arch of Septimius Severus, Basilica Emilia, Curia, Temple of Antonina and Faustina, Vestalok House, Temple of Vesta, Temple of Romulus, the Temple of Castor and Pollux, Arch of Titus, Palatine,the Palazzo del Flavio, stadium, racetrack, a symbol of the city – the Coliseum, the ancient hippodrome Tsirkus Maximus (Massimo Chirka), the best preserved Roman building, the best piece of period architecture, Adrian – Pantheon and many other magnificent structures.

    Venice is built on 122 islands and 400 bridges. This is a city-monument in which any building can qualify for the title of the historic monument. Most of Venetian canals, streets so narrow that the wall opposite the houses can be easily reached with hands while many building up to 7 floors tall.
Padua, founded about the VI. BC. e., the birthplace of one of the oldest European universities and major research and cultural center of the middle Ages, it is now considered one of the most beautiful cities in Europe.

    The pearl of the south of Italy is Naples ( Neapolis – New Town), located in a picturesque location on the shore of Naples Bay. The city absorbed a variety of languages and cultures, creating a unique Neapolitan style. The visiting card of Naples, Vesuvius is a volcano, at the foot of which the city is located.

     Rimini. The heart of the Italian Adriatic Riviera of Emilia Romagna region is considered to be 20 km. north of Rimini. There are well-known resorts Bellary and Marina – a network of modern, comfortable hotels, restaurants and bars, well equipped sandy beaches stretching for 7 miles, tender sea, 5 soccer fields, 15 courts, 3 skating trails, gyms, schools, windsurfing and sailing sports, water park and amusement park, disco and dance floor.

    In the northern Adriatic Riviera is the Riviera Venice with the prestigious resort of Lido di Ezolo located about 35 km. from Venice. Lignano  (50 km. From Venice) is a great place for family holidays with children. Here in the vast park areas located hotels and best children’s camps of Italy, including children’s health center Adriatic, famous for beautiful sandy beaches and water parks.
Sardine is one of the purest Mediterranean island, it has retained its traditional patriarchal, the original variety of cultures and traditions, the beaches are not crowded, the sea – emerald, many beautiful grottos and caves, as well as festivals and celebrations almost all year round.

     Lake Garda is south of the Italian preAlpes lakes and it is one of the largest lakes in Italy. Lake Garda is very popular among tourists because of the unique climatic conditions, as well as a variety of opportunities for recreation and entertainment: discos, bars, areas for tennis and golf, etc.

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