21. Lake Como
Covering an area of 146 square kilometers, Lake Como dignity can not be reduced only to its immensity.
Combining romance, history, scenic beauty and wealth of traditions makes it so charming that even celebrities are crazy to have your own piece of land of this delicious cake Lombardy.
Lake Como is a lake of glacial origin in Lombardy, Italy. It has an area of 146 square kilometres (56 sq mi), making it the third-largest lake in Italy, after Lake Garda and Lake Maggiore. At over 400 metres (1,300 feet) deep, it is one of the deepest lakes in Europe, and the bottom of the lake is more than 200 metres (660 ft) below sea level.
Lake Como has been a popular retreat for aristocrats and wealthy people since Roman times, and a very popular tourist attraction with many artistic and cultural gems. It has many villas and palaces.
Many famous people have or have had homes on the shores of Lake Como, such as Matthew Bellamy, John Kerry, Madonna, George Clooney, Gianni Versace, Ronaldinho, Sylvester Stallone, Julian Lennon, Richard Branson, Ben Spies, and Pierina Legnani.
22. Wine Chianti route
The fact that Chianti is located between Florence and Siena, making it a fairly good place to visit.
This wine route is necessarily included in the program of their journey. You will know the aesthetic combination of art, history and culinary delights. It makes a great wine that can be tasted without any problems. One of the most famous wine regions in the world.
Most of the wineries in the Chianti Classico area are located deep into the valley and the area is not suitable for extensive auto traffic. Several of these wineries have convenient tasting rooms located near Greve in Chianti Village, which is about 30 Km from Highway Firenze – Siena.
Chianti Classico is the red Italian wine most known in the world.
It’s the combination of the sangiovese vine with traditional cannaiolo, malvasia and trebbiano vines.
His color is ruby red, almost garnet. The smell is intense, sweet violet. The flavoris sapid, slightly tannic. Gradation: 12 degrees at least. This wine is produced only in Tuscany, in the following typical areas: Chianti Classico, Montalbano, Rufina, Colli Fiorentini, Colli Senesi, Colli Aretini, Colline Pisane.
The Chianti Classico area, between Florence and .iena, is the one where the production is the most antique.
23. Grottoes and caves Frasassi Gorge
Even in Italy from time to time there are rainy days, and if by chance your beach plans fell through, take a dip in the Gorge Frassasi for Journey to the Center of the Earth.
75-minute route through one of the most spectacular Karst complexes in the world, equipped with convenient walkways and stairs, will delight anyone.
The Frasassi Caves are a remarkable karst cave system in the municipality of Genga, Italy, in the province of Ancona, Marche. They are among the most famous show caves in Italy.
The caves, discovered by a group of Ancona speleologists in 1971, are situated 7 kilometres (4 miles) south of Genga, near the civil parish of San Vittore and the Genga-San Vittore railway station (Rome-Ancona line).
Rich in water, the cave system is particularly well endowed with stalactites and stalagmites.
Near the entrance to the caves are two sanctuary-chapels: one is the 1029 Santuario di Santa Maria infra Saxa (Sanctuary of Holy Mary under the Rock) and the second is an 1828 Neoclassical architecture formal temple, known as Tempietto del Valadier.
24. Trulli of Alberobello
Bizarre limestone houses with gray roofs in the form of a cone, constructed without the use of cement and carefully retushiruemym each year dot the province of Bari and Taranto.
This place is not as well known as other more famous attractions in Italy, but, nevertheless, this amazing white town worth visiting. I suggest you also read about alternative cities of Italy, who undeservedly neglected by tourists.
Trullo, Italy. Trullo, pl Trulli, Trulli – traditional houses, erected by drywall, with a conical roof, with prehistoric prototypes. Distributed in the central and southern Italian region of Puglia. The oldest of the surviving trulli were built in the XVI century in the area of Plateau Murgia in Puglia.
Trullo of Alberobello have been ranked by UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The design of the house is that it was enough to take out a stone roof – and it was falling apart. The reason for this – a ban on building in the area, but local authorities unofficially allowed construction, but with the condition of the structure in the event of rapid disassembly of the visit of inspection officials.
Trullo walls are very thick – it provides coolness in hot weather and insulation against the cold in winter. The house is two-story, rise up – a ladder. The vast majority of Trullo one room under each conical roof. Large trullo house has several roof-cones, under each of which is a separate room is available.
25. Pizza in Naples
It does not really matter where you definitely try their pizza because it is indecent is good everywhere in Naples. Do you follow the crowds to the popular pizza, or visit the quaint little town on the outskirts, you will be seduced by the great taste of Neapolitan pizza.
Well, after you dine, you can visit other attractions of Naples, which is devoted to a separate article.
Naples is the capital of the Italian region Campania and the third-largest municipality in Italy, after Rome and Milan. In 2015, around 975,260 people lived within the city’s administrative limits.
The Metropolitan City of Naples had a population of 3,115,320. Naples is the 9th-most populous urban area in the European Union with a population of between 3 million and 3.7 million. About 4.4 million people live in the Naples metropolitan area, one of the largest metropolises on the Mediterranean Sea.
Naples is one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world. Bronze Age Greek settlements were established in the Naples area in the second millennium BC. A larger colony – initially known as Parthenope, Παρθενόπη – developed on the Island of Megaride around the ninth century BC, at the end of the Greek Dark Ages.
The city was refounded as Neápolis in the sixth century BC and became a lynchpin of Magna Graecia, playing a key role in the merging of Greek culture into Roman society and eventually becoming a cultural centre of the Roman Republic. Naples remained influential after the fall of the Western Roman Empire, serving as the capital city of the Kingdom of Naples between 1282 and 1816. Thereafter, in union with Sicily, it became the capital of the Two Sicilies until the unification of Italy in 1861.