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1Rome

10,133 properties in Rome

Welcome to Rome

With over two and a half thousand years of history and astonishing classical beauty, Rome truly deserves to be called the Eternal City. From the breath-taking Colosseum to the famous Trevi Fountain, Rome has something for every taste.

What travellers love about Rome

  • History

    155,329 recommendations

  • Monuments

    131,645 recommendations

  • Ancient landmarks

    128,898 recommendations

  • Culture

    120,849 recommendations

2Milan

2,749 properties in Milan

Welcome to Milan

Renowned as the world’s fashion and design capital, Milan is never short on places to see and things to experience. The stunning architecture of the Duomo di Milano and the famous La Scala theatre are just a few of the city’s breath-taking attractions. For a more intimate adventure, the Convent of Santa Maria delle Grazie with Leonardo da Vinci's “Last Supper” lets you view a masterpiece from Italy’s past.

What travellers love about Milan

  • Shopping

    74,708 recommendations

  • Cathedrals

    50,436 recommendations

  • Luxury brand shopping

    42,844 recommendations

  • Architecture

    40,039 recommendations

3Florence

3,462 properties in Florence

Welcome to Florence

Best-known for the stunning Duomo, Florence is full of amazing buildings and its historic centre. The Ponte Vecchio, a 14th-century bridge holding a multitude of shops on its edges is a stunning example and provides a truly unforgettable view.

What travellers love about Florence

  • Museums

    65,058 recommendations

  • Art

    62,986 recommendations

  • Culture

    58,633 recommendations

  • Architecture

    56,967 recommendations

4Venice

2,059 properties in Venice

Welcome to Venice

Renowned for its romantic charm, the entire city of Venice is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Spread across 118 islands, formed by 177 canals and connected by 409 bridges this city is truly magnificent.

What travellers love about Venice

  • Architecture

    50,228 recommendations

  • Romance

    48,634 recommendations

  • Sightseeing

    46,458 recommendations

  • History

    44,943 recommendations

Best places to see in Italy

Rialto Bridge
Monuments
“Will you marry me?” This legendary bridge has seen its fair share of marriage proposals over the years. It makes sense – once the daytime crowds have dissipated, there aren’t many more romantic spots. The stone steps, slanted colonnade and central portico are dreamily lit up after dark, providing the perfect stage for hearts to flutter and soar. Love is in the air!
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Mole Antonelliana
Monuments
A gold statue of an angel once stood watch over Turin from atop this tower. Mere decades after the tower’s inauguration in 1889, the statue tumbled to the ground one night during a nasty storm. Biblical-level “sturm und drang” aside, the angel now holds pride of place inside. Admire it, then zoom up to see the view it once held. Today, it’s the world’s tallest museum.
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Basilica of San Zeno
Monuments
Do you relish the Romanesque? Then this fine specimen will tick your architectural boxes. This basilica’s tuff stone façade is an understated stunner. In the middle sits San Zeno’s trail-blazing rose window, used as a blueprint for much subsequent glasswork. The icing on the San Zeno cake is the stripy bell tower, poking skywards like a stack of stone Jenga.
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Scaliger Tombs
Landmarks
In the middle ages, the Scaliger family ruled Verona with an iron fist. But nothing lasts forever. Eventually their dominion crumbled to dust, and now their earthly remains lie in these stunning tombs. What magnificent mausolea they are, too. With tourists’ shutter-clicks snapping all around, it’s clear that these mediaeval lords still wield power from beyond the grave.
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Trevi Fountain
Monuments
Much to the annoyance of his fellow gods who chose to simply materialise, Oceanus preferred to travel by cumbersome shell-shaped chariot. Constructed in 1762 at the height of the baroque, the Trevi Fountain is one of the world’s most elaborate – and romantic – fountains. The God Oceanus is the fountain’s centrepiece. Swimmers take heed: beware of the vigilant fountain police!
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Piazza San Carlo
Popular areas
Car-less and fancy-free, this pedestrian-friendly square is invitingly beautiful and unabashedly commercial. The café Torino and confectioner’s Fratelli Stratta are both Turin institutions, despite their high price tags. The "El Caval d'brons" equestrian statue stands centre-square, overlooking the alabaster carapaces of San Carlo and Santa Cristina churches.
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What travellers love about Italy

Food
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Scenery
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Old Town
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