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About Italy

Located in Southern Europe, is it home to the greatest number of UNESCO World Heritage Sites in the world with ancient historical monuments, art, and architecture that can be found everywhere in the country. Notable for its delicious cuisine, luxury sports cars and well-known scooters and fashion house brands, Italy does not lack in beautiful landscapes from alpine lakes to mountain ranges.

Top Cities to Go In Italy


The capital city of Italy, Rome is the country's most populated city and is most known for the iconic ancient ruins, Colosseum. The largest amphitheater ever built for games that involved gladiators fighting wild animals or each other, The Colosseum is a magnificent visit to understand how the Romans used to live. You will have to visit Vatican City while you are here as well and explore the beautiful architecture and designs, especially of the must-see Sistine Chapel by Michelangelo. If you are there on a Sunday, the Pope will appear from the window of an apartment where he gives a short speech and ending with a blessing which usually lasts from 15 to 20 minutes.  Make a wish at the Trevi Fountain and spend your time sitting on the stairs during sunset, taking in the sight of locals and tourists hanging out at one of the most beautiful and massive (85 feet tall) fountain in the world. Don't worry, if you throw a coin into the fountain to make a wish, know that it is a for a good cause as all proceeds to an Italian charity.


Hands down, one of the best places to have a pizza in Italy, the home of the Neopolitan pizza. As one of Europe’s largest and oldest cities – Naples is known to be  chaotic, surprising and an intense place stuffed with character; modern life and history clash on every street. You will nejoy you vacation filled with delicous food, time to unwind, football, and many more.  With sunny islands, ancient history, beaches and a volcano, there’s enough here to fill an entire summer break—especially as you’re likely to lose track of time while wandering through ramshackle alleyways stuffed with the world’s best pizza.


Naples is known for pizza, and you should know that Florence is known for their gelato! Made with less fat and a firmer texture than the standard ice cream, Florence's gelato will make you never settle for one flavor. Florence skyline is still dominated by the fifteenth-century dome of Santa Maria del Fiore, the museums are packed with world-famous Renaissance art produced virtually around the corner, and the tourists who’ve been flocking here since the eighteenth century outnumber Florentines every summer. One of the main things to see when you are there is to see the Statue of David which is a masterpiece of Renaissance sculpture.

Top Travel Tips for Rome from Packist

  • As there will be many tourists visiting the Sistine Chapel to the statue of David, we truly recommend to either go on a tour which has great access to quick queues or a fast track ticket. 
  • Pickpockets in Rome is all over the city so stay caution especially if a stranger is trying to keep you distracted. 
  • Italians doesn't have a big tipping culture however you may be expected to pay the bread if it is on served to your table. 
  • Monday is a rest day for most museum and restaurants so check their opening hours before going out.