Italy has a rich history and culture which you can see to this day. As one of the most popular destinations for tourism, it is the fifth most visited country in the world.
Italy is well known for its cultural and environmental tourist routes and is home to 54 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, the most in the world. Rome, the capital of Italy is the 3rd most visited city in Europe and the 12th most visited city in the world, while Milan is the 27th worldwide.
In addition to Rome and Milan, Venice and Florence are also among the world's top 100 destinations for tourists to visit.
Italy's most-visited landmarks include Colosseum and Roman Forum, Pompeii, Uffizi Gallery, Galleria dell'Accademia, Castel Sant'Angelo, Boboli Garden, Venaria Reale, Turin Egyptian Museum, the Borghese Gallery, the Royal Palace of Caserta, Cenacolo Vinciano Museum, Villa d'Este, Pitti Palace, the Excavations of Herculaneum, Naples National Archaeological Museum, the Medici Chapels, Ostia Antica Excavations and Museum, Blu Grotto, Venice National Archaeological Museum, Lake Como and Pinacoteca di Brera.