Best places in Italy
- Leaning Tower Of Pisa
- St Marks Square
- Roman Forum
- Trevi Fountain
- Uffizi Gallery
- Cinque Terre
- Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore
- Verona arena
Colosseum is located in Rome, Italy. It is an elliptical structure made of stone, concrete, and tuff. Colosseum is an origin of gladiator battles that took place in the time of the roman empire. Nearly 9000 wild animals were killed in the one hundred days of celebration which inaugurated the amphitheater. The Colosseum was built in 70 AD occupying 6 acres of land and it holds about 50,000 spectators. It was broken because of the earthquake and it is considered the largest amphitheater in the world. It is believed that about 400,000 people were lost their lives inside Colosseum between Gladiators, slaves, prisoners, convicts, and myriad other entertainers who have perished in the Colosseum.
There is an admission fee to enter in the Colosseum. You will be charged €12 (about $ 14.55) per head.
Pantheon is located in Rome, Italy. It is one of the best-preserved monuments of ancient Rome. Pantheon was built in 113-123 AD by using Ancient Roman Architectural style. Pantheon is a former Roman temple in Rome. It is about 43 meters (142 ft) in diameter and 22 meters (71 ft) tall making it one of the greatest tourist attractions in Italy with millions of annual visitors.
There is no entry fee in Pantheon. You will be permitted free to enter with your friends and family.
3. Leaning Tower Of Pisa
Leaning Tower of Pisa is located in Pisa, Italy. It is a freestanding bell tower of the Cathedral of Pisa. The tower is popular for its four-degree lean all across the world and considered as the third oldest structure in the city’s Cathedral but also a World Heritage site. It was built in by Romanesque architectural style with 55.86 meters (183.3 ft) of height and its weight is estimated at 14,500 metric tons with 296 steps. The leaning tower of Pisa is a well-known place all over the world with tons of daily visitors.
There is an admission fee to climb the top of the tower through steps. You will be charged €18 (about $21.82) and enjoy the top view of the town.
4. St Marks Square
St Marks Square is located in Venice, Italy. It is a plaza and generally known as la Piazza by natives. Considered the biggest plaza in Venice but also one of the beautiful in the world in the heart of Venice. It was built in Renaissance Architectural style and was built between 1480 and 1517. You can able to find a lot of tourist attractions in the plaza such as Saint Mark’s Basilica, Doge’s Palace, Rialto bridge and so on.
There is an admission fee according to the attractions in the Plaza. For each top attraction, you will be charged above € 60 (about $71) in the time duration of 2 hours.
5. Roman Forum
Roman Forum is located in Rome, Italy. It is the most important forum in Rome ( Forum- Cities in ancientness, multipurpose and centrally located open area surrounded by the public buildings and galleries). It was the place for public meetings, Law courts, and gladiators combat in the republican times. Roman Forum is a World Heritage site built around the B.C 500, making it one of the amazing tourist attractions in Italy with millions of annual visitors.
There is an admission fee to enter the Roman Forum. For adults you will be charged € 12 (about $14,1) and for youth or students aged 18-25 will be charged € 7,50 (about $8.89). Free for children below 18 years old.
6. Trevi Fountain
Trevi Fountain is located in Rome, Italy. Many amazing tourist attractions in Italy will be found in Rome. The fountain is 26.3 meters high and 49.15 meters wide which is considered the largest Baroque fountain in the city and also one of the most famous fountains in the world. The beautiful fountain ever in Rome with major tourist attractions.
There is no entry fee to enter the Trevi Fountain. Enjoy with your family and friends exploring the beautiful fountain of Rome.
7. Uffizi Gallery
Uffizi Gallery is located in the city of Florence, Italy. It is an art museum built in Mannerist-Style architecture and considered the largest museum in Italy occupying the first and second floor of the largest building constructed between 1560 and 1580. The museum has tons of amazing collections of ancient sculptures and famous paintings from the middle ages to the modern period. There are about 16 famous paintings in museum with collections of arts.
There is an admission fee to enter in Uffizi Gallery. For single person you will be charged €70 ($83.5) and for family €100 (about $118.64).
8. Cinque Terre
Cinque Terre is located in Liguria, Italy. It is a centuries–old seaside village and in each of five towns, there are full of wonders for visitors. You can able to see colorful houses, the harbor’s filled with fishing boats, and more amazing stuff in the place. The place is famous for its seafood, notably, it’s a fishing village. There are lots of famous restraunts and luxury resorts in the place.It is one of the major tourist attractions in Liguria with tons of daily visitors. Enjoy Cinque Terre with your family and friends.
There is no admission fee to enter Cinque Terre but you will be charged while traveling by train which will cost €16 for an adult a day.
9. Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore
The Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore is located in Florence, Italy. The Cathedral is 114.5 meters (376 ft) tall and 90 meters (300 ft) wide occupying 8,300 square meters of land. It is a UNESCO world heritage site and they name it as Historic center of Florence. Santa Maria was built in three architectural styles Gothic, Romanesque, Renaissance and it was opened in 1436. It is a famous tourist attraction in Italy.
The entrance fee for Cathedral is free but a combined ticket will cost you €18 (about $20) to all the top tourist attractions in Piazza Duomo.
10. Verona arena
Verona arena is located in Verona, Italy. It is a Roman amphitheater and famous for the large scale opera performance. The Verona arena is one of the best preserved ancient structures in Italy. It was the host gladiators, circus, equistern events and so on. It was built in the ancient Roman Architectural style with 15,000 of capacity of people. The place is one of the famous tourist attractions in Verona with tons of daily visitors.
There is an admission fee to enter in Verona arena. You will be charged € 18 (about $21.36).