Here are some known towns to visit in Italy. You might want to plan your next trip before these beautiful places become tourist spots. All of the places are filled with history and amazing sceneries. The hidden places in Italy will cost less and will be cleaner.
10. Arquata del Tronto, Province of Ascoli Piceno
Arquata del Tronto has a beautiful national park called Parco Nazionale Dei Monti Sibillini. The park is 70,000 miles of green meadows in the Apennine Mountain. In the month of June, the flowers are purple, red and yellow.
9. Castel San Pietro Romano, Lazio
This village situated 35 km east of Rome. Also, it is 800 miles above the emerald Valle del Sacco. This town contains narrow alleys and roads leading to central Piazza. It has come a long way from World War II. You can see displays of where some Italian films were shot.
8. Fregne, Lazio
During the summer this is a great spot to visit. It is a beach just outside of Rome. You can enjoy amazing seafood and the beach is clean as well.
7. Siracusa, Sicily
You can visit here the Ear of Dionysus which is the most famous cave. It is called the ear of Dionysus cause it’s known to be shaped like an ear. The cave is located in a quarry called Latomia del Paradiso. Placed under the Greek Theater of Siracusa.
6. Verenna, Lombard
This is located on the east side of Lake Como. You can see the colored buildings around the lake.
5. Chieti, Abruzzo
It is a beautiful town outside of Italy. North Abruzzo. It has amazing views and great places to explore. The town is on a ridge of the Aterno-Pescara River which flows into the sea at Pescara.
4. Bologna,Terra dei Motor
You can take food tours and try all the different foods in Italy. Another cool place to visit is the Motor Valley. You can race Italian sports cars in the city as well.
3. Ravello, Amalfi Coast
When you jump off the cliffs of the Almalfi Coast it feels like you are jumping into a beautiful painting. It is also known for its concert venues. Here you can see the famous Villa Camprone and Oscar Niemeyer Auditorium.
2. Bologna, Emila-Romagna
Home to the oldest university in Europe. It is also known to be the Italian-food capital. The main dish to try is the tortellini.
1. Bolzano, Alto Adige
This town is a great place to visit if you want to learn about old history. Here you can visit medieval castles and explore the old town.
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