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Understanding Italy - An Indian Perspective

International Travel | Italy

Sacré-Coeur (Photo Courtesy: Tonchino)
Château de Chambord (Photo Courtesy: Michal Osmenda)
The Duomo (Photo Courtesy: Fitamant)
Pitti Palace (Photo Courtesy: Stefan Bauer)
Pisa (Photo Courtesy: Saffron Blaze)
Palazzo Vecchio (Photo Courtesy: sonofgroucho)
Campanile Di Giotto (Photo Courtesy: Julie Anne Workman)
Brunelleschi's Cupola (Photo Courtesy: S. Scheele, Essen)
Santa Maria della Grazie (Photo Courtesy: Marcin Białek)
Lake Como (Photo Courtesy: Joyborg)
Trevi Fountain (Photo Courtesy: Diliff)
The Roman Forum
The Colosseum (Photo Courtesy: AlexanderVanLoon)
Saint Peter's Basilica (Photo Courtesy: Giacomo della Porta)
Pantheon (Photo Courtesy: Jean-Pol GRANDMONT)
Valpolicella wine route (Photo Courtesy: NuKeglus)
The Rialto Bridge (Photo Courtesy: Chene Beck)
The Campanile (Photo Courtesy: Ipaat)
The Arena (Photo Courtesy: chensiyuan)
Saint Mark's Basilica (Photo Courtesy: Andreas)
Piazza delleErbe
Murano Views
Juliet’s Balcony (Photo Courtesy: Uwe Hermann)
Interior of Teatro La Fenice (Photo Courtesy: Andreas Praefcke)
Doge’s Palace
Burano Island (Photo Courtesy: Unofeld781)
Torcello Island (Photo Courtesy: Godromil)
Grand Canal Boat Trip (Photo Courtesy: Saffron Blaze)
Cinque Terre (Photo Courtesy: Mike.albrecht)
Vineyards in Chianti
Gondolas on Grand Canal (Photo Courtesy: Saffron Blaze)
Gondola on Grand Canal at Night (Photo Courtesy: chensiyuan)
Gondola on Grand Canal (Photo Courtesy: Saffron Blaze)
St Peter’s Basilica (Photo Courtesy: Sébastien Bertrand)

Italy is one of the most popular tourism destinations for visitors from across the world. Italy is blessed with one of the finest coastlines in the world, world heritage sites, home to the monuments dating back to the beginning of Renaissance era.

Italy lies in the south of Europe having the maximum of its borders along the Mediterranean Sea. It marks the commencement of the Renaissance and houses relics and ruins dating back centuries before Christ. To the north, Italy borders France, Switzerland, Austria, and Slovenia. Italy's stunning Mediterranean coastline and climate make it a popular destination for travellers across the world. Rural towns offer a glimpse of traditional Italian life, whilst the bustling cities provide stunning architecture, world-famous landmarks and a vibrant nightlife.

A gastronomical delight, the country will spoil you with sumptuous local dishes, wine, pizzas and lots of gelato. To work up an appetite, the Italian coast provides opportunities for sailing and water-sports

History of Rome, Romance of Venice, Architecture of Florence, financial capital of Milan and Mediterranean cities of Southern Italy combine to offer a compelling holiday experience for holiday travellers, honeymooners and those interested in heritage, European history and best of cuisine.

Italy is definitely one of the most popular destinations for Indian travellers especially honeymooners and those who love a bit of heritage and history. Florence, Venice, Rome are certainly three most visited by family travellers, one ones in South of Italy are ones for offbeat and experiential travellers. 

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