Italy – The European Romantic Destination

Italy is a renowned tourist country with well-established accommodation facilities in all major cities. It should therefore not trouble any visitor to the country as all these facilities have over the years been tailored to meet the needs and the budget of the tourist. They range from world-class five-star hotels to family-managed bed and breakfasts and room rentals and hostels. In rural areas such as Tuscany, Piedmont, Umbria, Abruzzo, Sardinia, and Apulia farm stay is very popular as a way to experience Italy, you may consider trying this. Camping is also another option during summer with most campsites in Italy well maintained. 
If you love water sports such as sport fishing, boat rides among others then there is Lake Como which has always attracted tourists since the Roman times with its beauty and uniqueness. Lake Garda is also another beautiful lake in Northern Italy worth visiting. You could also visit the stunningly beautiful rocky coast of Amalfi.
If you love to explore mountains and hilly country then you can miss the Italian Alps which are some of the most beautiful mountains in Europe. Explore Mont Blanc, Mount Rosa, and Vesuvius, the renowned dormant volcano with a stunning view of the Bay Naples. Then you can’t leave Italy without visiting mount Etna is located in Sicily and is the most active volcano in Europe and it is blessed with many wildlife that includes different species of animals, such as lizards, foxes, squirrels, cats, falcons and birds as well as plants. 
To enjoy the true Italian culture then you will have to visit some major cities such a Venice, Rome, Milan, Florence among others. In the cities you will sample some of Italy’s super delicious dishes, go shopping for some trendy outfits, and enjoy the vibrant nightlife in one of the most popular places in Italy.
Visit The Leaning Tower of Pisa which stunningly has a lean of 5.5 degrees and is considered an icon of Italy and Europe. The tower was built to be a bell tower of the cathedral and cemetery but is now a popular tourist attraction and famous for its design and Romanesque architecture applied. You can climb the 294 steps of the spiral staircase to the top.