Italy

Top cities in Italy

Rome
6589 Activities
Florence
2487 Activities
Naples
2294 Activities
Sicily
1541 Activities
Venice
1371 Activities

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Florence American Cemetery and Memorial
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Great Synagogue of Florence (Tempio Maggiore)
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Palatine Museum (Museo del Palatino)
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The archaeological remains located on Rome’s Palatine Hill are among the most fascinating in Italy, but the treasures recovered during excavations here are kept inside the Palatine Museum. This hilltop museum is home to a collection of artifacts, sculptures, frescoes, and mosaics dating from long before the city of Rome was officially founded to the golden age of the Palatine Hill in the first and second centuries. Also on display is an interesting reconstruction of the huts where Romulus, founder of Rome, and his brother Remus lived.To best understand the archaeological ruins on Palatine Hill and the artifacts inside the museum, book a private tour led by an expert guide that includes the area’s most important imperial palaces—Emperor Domitian’s Domus Flavia, the House of Augustus, the Casa di Livia, and the Domus Augustana—and the Palatine Museum. You can combine many Palatine Hill and Museum tours with stops at the nearby Roman Forum and Colosseum, with a single ticket for access to all three sites.
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Sigurtà Park (Parco Giardino Sigurtà)
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Originally the private grounds of the 17th-century Villa Maffei, the garden was created in the early 19th century by the Marquis Maffei, though fell into a state of abandon when the family line ended a century later. The estate was purchased by the Sigurtà family in 1941, who restored the garden to its original glory and expanded it from its original 54 acres (22 hectares) to its current 148 acres (60 hectares). Sigurtà Park is one of the most popular in Italy, so booking tickets ahead is recommended to avoid the line to enter.
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Brenta Riviera
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Travelers may visit Brenta del Riviera as part of a tour of half-day biking tour or full-day boat cruise to discover a different side of Venice away from the crowds -- along beautiful country roads and waterways through charming, historic villages like Stra and Mira, and ending on the Brenta Riviera channel where many of the villas are veritable palaces, complete with exquisite works of art and large frescoes.
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Basilica di Santa Francesca Romana
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Temple of Minerva (Tempio di Minerva)
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Collegio del Cambio
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Devil's Bridge (Ponte del Diavolo or Ponte della Maddalena)
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Given its curved shape and the appealing way it reflects off the sparkling waters of the Serchio River, it’s hard to imagine why this scenic landmark was nicknamed “Devil’s Bridge.” According to local lore, the Ponte della Maddalena earned its diabolical nickname because the master builder, under pressure to construct it, made a deal with the devil to hasten its completion. In reality, the bridge was likely commissioned by Countess Matilda of Tuscany, and it was used as an important crossing for pilgrims traveling between France and Rome. A statue of Mary Magdalene once stood at one end (the source of the landmark’s formal name).The bridge features on both guided and self-led driving tours of the region; given its proximity to central Lucca, it’s easy to plan a quick sightseeing excursion.
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Agrigento Archaeological Museum (Museo Archeologico Regionale "Pietro Griffo")
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The anticipation-building entrance to the museum sets the stage. Walk through a lovely little garden, then over a bridge that suddenly overlooks the mystical ruins of Ekklesiasterion, a 4th-century BC amphitheatre. Once inside, admire the impressive collection includes ancient painted vases, an enormous recreation of the Temple of Zeus, an alabaster sarcophagus of a child from 2nd century BC, and a telamon—a gargantuan figure of a man, stacked against a wall.Travelers may discover the museum as part of a guided day trip from Palermo, which begins with an exploration of the UNESCO-designated Valley of the Temples, before traveling on to the Agrigento temples (Hera, Concordia, and Apollo). Atop a jagged hill is a panoramic view of the ancient temples below.
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Top tours in Italy

Vatican Museums, Sistine Chapel & St Peter’s Basilica Guided Tour
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Duration: 3 hours
Tuscany Day Trip from Florence: Siena, San Gimignano, Pisa and Lunch at a Winery
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Duration: 11 hours to 12 hours
Fast Track - Vatican Tour with Museums, Sistine Chapel & St. Peter's Basilica
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Duration: 3 hours
Murano, Burano and Torcello Half-Day Sightseeing Tour
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Duration: 4 hours 30 minutes
Cinque Terre Day Trip from Florence with Optional Hiking
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Duration: 13 hours
The Best tour in Florence: Renaissance & Medici Tales - guided by a STORYTELLER
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Duration: 2 hours
Pompeii Day Trip with Mount Vesuvius or Amalfi Coast Option
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Duration: 13 hours
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