“Italy is a dream that keeps returning for the rest of your life”– Anna Akhmatova –
A never-ending poem of all the beautiful moments in life; as you make your way into this journey of remembrance your time to admire the beauty wouldn’t be enough; Italy is a piece of poetry that can’t be read in one day. As I slowly turn the pages to your admiration you get a glimpse of what’s in store for you when visiting Towns in Italy.
1. Procida, Campania
This picture-perfect town in Italy is a pastel wonderland that welcomes you with a big smile of serenity. It gives a feeling of refreshment as you see the colors, the ancient buildings and the villages clinging to the rocks above the little ports. Procida remains the best kept secret for most people travelling around Italy when you need some place away from all the buzz of tourists. Grab your cameras and start exploring the Island on foot so you don’t miss out on the magnificent views.
2. Tellaro, Liguria
While boats rest in the Sun and the cliffs stand tall with beauty, Tellaro with an atmosphere of Tranquility is considered as a charming fishing Village. Take a walk through the narrow cobblestone streets, visit the church of St. George built on a rock and surrounded by the sea. If you are Visiting Italy during the Christmas eve then you are just in time for the Underwater Christmas Tradition; an experience you do not want to miss out on.
3. Pitigliano, Tuscany
Fancy travelling through History? Find yourself exploring this majestic town in Italy. Pitigliano, this jewel of art, takes you on a journey to travel back in time to witness the medieval hill town. This, along with all its History, ends up a unique and mysterious place to visit. Walk your way, trying to explore the city where every corner tells you a story of culture. Also, if you are a person who loves light trekking, then sign yourself up for this adventure.
4. Spello, Umbria
Spello, one of the most beautiful towns in Italy. Starting with its artistic and cultural heritage, this medieval town shows off its beauty with stoned walls, quiet churches and scenic views. This hidden treasure talks about the ancient medieval times giving you the honor to take a look at one of the most beautiful towns in Italy. Oh, and let’s forget the Infiorate di Spello, where the streets are filled with artworks made with flowers giving the feeling of walking through a magical hallway.
5. Bosa, Sardinia
A visual treat to the eyes, I would call it a rainbow by the hillside. Bosa, gives you a feeling of being in a fairytale movie; where a castle sits comfortably on the hills as a river flow by. (I have the answer to your curiosity as well, yes you can visit the castle) just when you thought you had a little bit of everything in Bosa, we can add some time to spend by the sea; swimming in the beautiful clear waters that you wouldn’t want to miss. If you are planning to visit Sardinia, you’ve got all the reasons to add Bosa onto your itinerary. As you can see, it is one of the mesmerizing Places to visit in Italy.
6. Chioggia, Veneto
Who doesn’t love Venice? Be it a Romantic getaway or even a minibreak with friends and Family, Venice tends to make its way up to your options when visiting Italy. But have you ever wondered how peaceful it would be without the teeming tourists everywhere? That’s Chioggia for you; one of the places to visit in Italy if you are looking for a splash of tranquility. Walk the pleasant pathway admiring the views of the traditional fish markets and water-lined streets. While you are there, fulfill your cravings with some of the best seafood you can find.
7. Locorotondo, Puglia
Let’s give an upgrade to the pictures you take while on holiday, more of something like an attractive touch. Visiting Locorotondo is you making the right move as it is one of the artistic places to visit in Italy. This beautiful town with its white walls and flowery arrangements sightings will make your walk through the narrow streets more memorable. On the other side, its magnificent Vineyards, Olive groves and ancient farmhouses give you a feeling of being in the countryside as well. Let’s not forget the fun factor (if you are a wine lover) Bianco Locorotondo Doc is the best way to finish off your mini break when visiting Italy.
8. Noto, Sicily
We have some architecturally majestic towns in Italy; the first on the List would be Noto. This architectural paradise gleams in the sunshine, thanks to the cream-colored buildings for making it look like a golden Gem. The Beauty of architecture can be found in every place you go to in Noto. The churches, the palaces, even on the archways and staircases you walk in. all done admiring the ancient architecture? Then make your way up to the golden sand beaches and spend the rest of your day.
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