Italy- The incredible panorama of culture and beauty!

Whenever the word romance comes in our minds, we automatically think of Rome, the most romantic city on earth! When we think of taking a ride at a clam time on a serenic lake, se think of Venice, the city made on lakes! When you hear the mention of Roman ruins, Pisan churches and Spanish Baroque, you think of Sardinia! This, is just a part of the enticing land of diverse culture, rich heritage and spell bounding beauty, Italy! The one country at Europe that has loads to offer to his visitors and where a traveller can enjoy a calm and quite yet an exciting stay! Let’s get to know some of these enthralling inclusions of Italy, that’s a mandate visit when here!


The city of lakes whixh has continued staying the most enchanted place on earth for a calm visit here! The charismatic captivation of Venice is enough to capture any traveller’s attention till the verge of ultimate satisfaction. With crisscrossing canals, marvelous castles, ancient museums, cathedrals, art galleries, churches, and public squares, Venice has the potential to charm to anyone. The grand canal and the Rialto Bridge are the most stunning destinations to check.


The most enchanting destination of Europe is one of the oldest and amazing place of Italy. The old ruins, the cultural heritage that this place carries and most of all the aura of romance that it carries, is enough to behold any tourist’s attention. Vatican museums, St. Peters Basilica and Colosseum are some must check places at Rome.


Milan, an international cosmopolitan outlook, a vibrant food and drink scene and scores of hotels and some modern skyscrapers, the city’s buildings have spectacular interior courtyards. Milan cathedral, Sforza castle, Gallerio Vitterio and Teatro alla Scala are some astounding locations in this ultra modern cosmopolitan city.


Sardinia has some of the Mediterranean’s most seductive beaches, magnificent rugged landscape of the granite interior, the fabulous seafood and, for history buffs, the strange and evocative remnants of Sardinia’s ancient nuraghic culture Sardinia has an amazing calmness in it’s own self. With some excotic and staggering number of prehistoric sites, especially the enigmatic round stone towers known as nuraghe Sardinia a one-of-a-kind destination. Nuraghe Su Nuraxi, Costa Smeralda and Alghero should be visited here!


The one destination of Italy that has engulfed modern culture and urbanism tightly while they flaunts their orthodox and old culture and practices with pride. The land dedicated to beaches and excotic heritage sites, it’s also a foodie’s dreamland. Lucca, Pisa, Siena and Chianti Wine Region are some of the excotic locations to explore here.

9 Comments Add yours

  1. pythoroshan says:

    Wow. Are these your images? They are magnificent.

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  2. jaya1966 says:

    I have always wanted to go boating in a Gondola in Venice. I believe the river cuts across the city and taking a ride in a Gondola along the river means you get to see the entire city. Lovely images.


  3. Akshata Ram says:

    I was almost about to make a trip to Venice or Tuscany in November when I was in Zurich for a short term assignment but the plan fell flat. These images are really stunning

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  4. Balaka says:

    Italy has always been on my bucket list. Nice informative post.


  5. RUCHI NASA says:

    rome has always been on my to do list, ever since I had read Julius caesar …Nice pics and well compiled.

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  6. shwetadave says:

    Italy has so much to offer and is so beautiful. Yet to visit cinque terre and tuscany. Beautiful images.

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  7. To me, Rome means Gladiator and Italy means eating Pasta. But, I want to visit Rome once to see the Colosseum.

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    1. It’s a beautiful place, a must visit.

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