Romantic Italy: The Romance of Italy. by:Robert Giunta
Italy is a place of romance. You can have a great time in any of the unique towns and cities that dot in countryside. Whether you want to stroll with your loved one in City Street or want to discover the secret garden, Italy is just the perfect place for the lovers to discover the meaning of amore.
Italy is the hotspot for couples. Couples quite often travel to Italy to see the several of its historic and beautiful cities. Milan, Naples, Florence and Rome are some of the Italian cities that have the unique flavor of Italy. If you have been to Italy but haven't toured these places, then you have really missed something especial!
Don't forget to stroll alongside the shores of the beautiful lakes of Parco Sempione while you are in Milan. Visit the spectacular Porta Venezia Gardens with your sweetie. Italy tourism will remain incomplete without a visit to the Italian castle. You and your sweetie might surely want to end the day in Navigli, where you can brose through the cafes and quaint shops before you dine and wine the evening away.
You should experience the Italian flavor through Italy tours. Milan is a city whose history dates back to 400 B.C. It has wonderful museums, churches, galleries and other historical buildings in store for the couples. If you visit Italy, you should never miss out the Cenacolo Vinciano museum. It has the paintings of The Last Supper. La Scala Theater Museum is also famous and has wonderful theater sets and historic costumes. The breathtaking and historical churches that must be visited include Santa Maria delle Grazie and The Duomo.
Milan is not only the romantic city in Italy. Florence is also on the list of romantic Italian cities. This city also offers couples a great opportunity to experience its stunning architecture and awesome history. You can stroll around with your lover in the areas like Rucellai Palace, Strozzi Palace and Pitti Palace. Tour to Florence would remain incomplete without seeing Church of Santa Croce which is home to the tombs of Macchiavelli, Michelangelo and Galileo.
You can also tour outside the borders of Florence in the Mugello region. In this place, you can even take a canoe ride with your sweetie along Sieve River. You can also take a hike through the vineyard covered valley with your loved one.
Naples is also a wonderful city. If you visit Naples you should never forget to visit Cathedral-Duomo and Church of San Lorenzo Maggiore. If you and your lover are fond of museums then visit Capodimonte Museum and Gallery that has Botticelli's and Michelangelo's works of art.
Finally you along with your loved one should tour the exquisite city of Rome. Don't forget to visit Castel Sant' Angelo which was a papal fortress in 6th century. The Forum will surely take you back to the hustle and bustle of 3rd and 4th centuries with its grass covered hills and majestic columns.
Romantic Italy beckons lovers of all the ages to its magical countryside. So, if you and your sweetie have not made a tour to Italy, then plan it for your next vacation and have a romantic time out there.
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Robert Giunta is author of this article on travel italy.
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