Visiting Florence, Milan or Naples?
Geplaatst op 28-12-2021
Would you like to go on a city trip to Italy and are you looking for a beautiful Italian city? Besides the two most popular cities, Rome and Venice, you should also consider visiting the beautiful cities of Florence in Tuscany, Milan in the north of Italy or visit the authentic Naples (Napoli) in the south at the foot of the Vesuvius volcano with popular sights such as the excavations of Pompeii and Herculaneum. What to do in Florence, Milan and Naples?
The capital of Tuscany, or as the Italians call it, is Florence. The city of the Renaissance has impressive sights such as the Santa Maria del Fiori or the Duomo of Florence. An impressive church with a marble facade and Brunelleschi's huge dome. The other main attraction in Florence is the Uffizi Gallery with numerous impressive paintings and sculptures. Visit Michelangelo's David in the Galleria dell'Accademia, beautiful palaces such as Palazzo Pitti and Palazzo Vecchio, and combine this with numerous impressive museums. Florence, a city where the true culture lover has almost no time left!
Those who have only been in Milan Italy for a short time will learn little of the charm of this Italian city. The sights here are less visible than in the other major Italian cities. The absolute main attraction is the Duomo, the cathedral of Milan, where you should definitely visit the roof terrace. Visit Milan's most famous work of art, Da Vinci's Last Supper, in Santa Maria delle Grazie. Nevertheless, the city has a lot to offer culturally with many museums in Milan, as a shopping paradise or to relax with a Milanese Aparitivo.
In the south of Italy is the beautiful city of Naples, or Napoli in the Campania region. It is an authentic Italian city that is best known for the Vesuvius volcano. An excursion that should not be missed is a visit Pompeii, the excavations of the city that was buried under ash from the volcano. See the remains of ancient Roman buildings in Pompeii and marvel at the mummies on display at the Pompeii excavations at the foot of the Vesuvius volcano. Besides the sights around the volcano, Things to do in Naples Italy also has a unique underground city; in a network of tunnels you will discover a completely different side of Naples.