An ancient gate that dates back to 1285 and is considered one of the oldest gates in Florence
A museum dedicated to the football team AC Milan, which is considered one of the most successful teams in the world
One of Milan’s oldest parks has lawns, walking paths, bike paths and more
A museum presenting an impressive private collection containing valuable details from the 14th-19th centuries AD
A fascinating museum where you will meet musical instruments from different periods of history, from the 15th century AD to the present day
One of the most popular museums in Milan which are dedicated to the interdisciplinary study of world cultures
The Children’s Museum is museum that allows children to learn interesting life facts, environmental issues, and activities from the world of adults.
Several museums including galleries and exhibitions show rare art details in over ten thousand different rooms.
The Archaeological Museum of Milan allows you to peek into the fascinating history of Italy and the Italian nation
A museum is located inside the Barberini Palace where the Italian National Gallery of Ancient Art displays its collection.
The official museum of the famous car brand Alfa Romeo, in which there is a spectacular collection of cars with different models.
It was originally used as the clock tower of the Church of St. Agostino. At its head stands the statue of the fictional character Pulcinella.
An ancient church from the 4th century AD which is used, among other things, as the burial place of many saints
An ancient church and historical complex, beneath which lies an archaeological site from the Roman period
The central square of Siena, a popular place of entertainment and the heart of the happenings in the city
The most popular points of interest in Pisa. The square is adjacent to the central cathedral, whose bell tower is the leaning tower.
The main cathedral of Naples, located in the heart of the historic center of the city
Historical sites of ancient baths that have been used for the enjoyment of the residents since the Middle Ages.
The ancient center in Siena is recognized as a world heritage site by UNESCO, with magnificent buildings from the Middle Ages
A historical center with impressive buildings and monuments that helped to recognize as a world heritage site by UNESCO.
A park with sculptures on exhibit that depict the vibrant figures found on tarot cards.
Napoleon Bonaparte’s old residence during his exile in Italy.
An important historical monument and a valued work of art that is considered the symbol of the city of Livorno.
The ancient town hall of Siena and inside is a historical museum.
The central and largest square in Naples, where the most important historical buildings of the city are located
A natural and pastoral pool located in the heart of an archaeological site from the Middle Ages.
A church located in the Vatican where the famous ceremony called “Conclave” was held in which the Pope was elected
An ancient building from the time of ancient Rome which was intended to be used as a place of religious worship and worship of the gods.
Museums that are grouped together around a square located on the Capitoline Hill with a spectacular collection of art details
The largest science museum in Italy, which has 7 different departments and is dedicated to the artist and scientist Leonardo da Vinci
A museum dedicated to contemporary art and modern architecture and within its walls are many works and interesting exhibitions.
An art and culture gallery with interesting exhibitions and other projects, among others in the field of architecture and cinema
An art gallery located in the palace that was used as Napoleon’s residence, with works from the 19th and 20th centuries AD
The royal palace was used in the Middle Ages as a governmental center and as a residence for the dukes of the city.
A historic square located in the heart of the city and connected to other historical sites such as the Ciabelle Palace and Palazzo Reale.
A historic square that is currently used mainly as a place for recreation and gathering and is the main artery in the city of Turin.
A fascinating museum where you will learn how films come into the world, from the writing of the script to its appearance at the box office.
The Royal House is Italy’s “Versailles Palace” with an art exhibition, magnificent gardens, and impressive buildings.
המבנה המככב על מטבעות האיחוד האירופי בו גם מוזיאון לקולנוע ונקודת תצפית פנורמית.
The market square is the old square located in the heart of the city where gatherings, speeches, and trade took place.
An ancient square where meetings were held and trade took place. In the square, there are important buildings, historical monuments and more.
A central road that was used for a long period of time in history as a link to the important sites in the city.
A prestigious designer avenue located in the heart of the old city and connecting the market square and Bera square.
Beautiful gardens with magnificent buildings, a museum, a gallery, a sculpture garden, a zoo and more.
Magnificent gardens are located in the Vatican City and allow their visitors to enjoy a meticulous coin belonging to the honor of the Pope.
A series of waterfalls in which sulphurous water flows, draining into a series of natural pools carved into the limestone rocks
A large promenade with a unique design and a spectacular view of the Mediterranean Sea, in the city of Livorno.
Pisa Cathedral is best known for its bell tower, the Leaning Tower of Pisa. These are the main and important sites in the city
A traditional horse race that takes place twice a year around Siena’s historic square, Piazza del Campo
Faenza is a traditional town with many historical sites and Hall d’Orche is the region of the country seen from the mountain on which the town is located.
An urban park with walking and biking trails, green lawns and nice corners to relax in
An ancient Roman gate which is considered to be the best preserved in the world of its kind still standing today.
A spectacularly beautiful beach known mainly for the brown sea turtles that lay their eggs there
Beautiful marinas with a pier where ships are moored and restaurants, shops and cafes next to it
The Monastery of San Francesco is an ancient monastery from the 14th century AD that was founded by Franciscan monks.
The Elephant Fountain and the Elephant Palace are two central sites in Catania that are major tourist centers and are of historical importance
A prominent historical monument with an observation deck, next to which is the Museum of the National Film Museum of Italy
A magnificent church from the 13th century AD that is considered one of the most important historical sites in this area of Sicily.
A central square dedicated to Saint Antonino, patron of the city of Sorrento and protector of sailors
A Roman theater dating from the middle of the 2nd century AD and includes various architectural elements.
A local market with many stalls including clothing, food, flowers, handmade items and more
An ancient Roman city that will allow you to go back in time and glimpse the rich past of the Bay of Naples.
A traditional bath building that was built between the 1st century AD and the 2nd century AD and a church stands on its ruins.
A historical tourist site and a central meeting point for tourists and residents of the city surrounded by restaurants and shops.
The Royal Palace is the main palace of the Savoy noble family which worked a lot for the unification of Italy.
A baroque palace belonging to the Savoy aristocratic family. Known for being the birthplace of Vittorio Emanuele II.
An impressive palace where Cardinal Marcellus Cerbini lived, who later became Pope Marcellus II.
The stadium of the Juventus football team, is among the most successful teams in the Italian league.
An impressive cathedral with elements from different periods, which is among the must-see sites for visitors to the city of Sorrento.
Magnificent baths are located on the ruins of an ancient villa dating back to the first century AD.
The main shopping street of the Italian capital where you can find everything, all hours of the day.
One of the famous sites in Italy – is a large mask, made of marble, which according to the myth “bites” the hands of those who lie to it.
The most recognizable symbol of the city of Rome and the most beautiful fountain in Italy (some say even in the whole world).
The works of the great artist in all aspects of his life: engineering, science, anatomy, painting, and sculpture.
An important artistic stronghold that, according to many, is the number 1 focus of interest in the city of Naples.
One of the world’s largest collections of toys and antiques, the vast majority of which were made by hand.
The largest nature museum in Italy and one of the most important nature museums in Europe.
A must visit site, especially for art and history buffs, to understand the story of Christian history in Florence.
The bell tower of the city of Florence, which is considered one of the most impressive buildings in the city.
One of the most interesting tourist sites in Rome, which combines a visit to the place with a spectacular view of the city
A church that is one of the most pioneering and spectacular representations of the Venetian Renaissance.
A Gothic church that has gone through many incarnations over the years, and is totally worth your time if you’re around
A square considered one of the best places in Naples and Italy in general to sit and relax with a colorful cocktail in hand.
One of the most famous squares in Italy, which contains some of the most important buildings of Florence
The oldest market exists in the city and is a real folklore experience – open, noisy, and crowded, but the atmosphere warms the heart.
The oldest complete building in the city, considered the beating heart of the old city and one of the symbols of the Roman Empire
The old bridge of Florence is one of the ancient symbols of the city and one of the most photographed tourist sites in the world.
A park of approximately 150,000 square meters in an active volcanic area – a unique experience for the Naples area
A palace is considered a source of Italian pride and a leading tourist destination. Recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site
An interesting and unusual historical experience in burial caves from the second century AD.
A very impressive maritime museum that has no equal in Italy and the world and is a must-visit in Milan
A huge collection of Venetian art – a must-see on a trip to Venice, especially for history and art lovers.
The most famous of the bridges over the canals of beautiful Venice – at a height of 11 m above the Rio Palazzo canal
A spacious green park and an open art museum, in about 45 dunams. UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The oldest and most popular art museum in all of Florence Italy – over 2 million visitors a year!
One of the most impressive basilicas that Italy has to offer, in the heart of the Vatican City in Rome, the capital.
The embodiment of Venetian beauty in all its glory – one of the main attractions of the city and of Italy as a whole
The central park of Sorrento is not just another park – it is extremely well maintained and has views of the bay that you really shouldn’t miss.
A building hundreds of years ago was used by the wealthy of the city as a meeting point. The murals and arches are something not to be missed
A church that looks very ordinary from the outside, but inside it is very impressive and has a large collection of art pieces from different periods.
A royal palace from the 17th century. The building and all the art details in it have been well preserved and give a glimpse into the life of kings
A nature reserve created as a result of the meeting of the lava river water from the volcano. There is a spectacular shopping mall, pools, a zoological and botanical garden
The old quarter of Naples gives an opportunity to get to know the real Naples – of today and of the past
The main square in Venice. It includes some of the most important buildings in the city – and a lot of beauty
A museum dedicated entirely to glass production is located on an island that was the glass blowing center of Italy and Europe. Recommended for children
One of the most interesting archeology museums in the world displays treasures from the destroyed Pompeii, from the Greek, Roman and Renaissance periods
The most important canal in Venice that will take you between all the main tourist sites with unforgettable views of the city
Seat of the Jewish community of Venice, the first ghetto established in the world
The Duke’s Palace used to be the center of Venice’s royal life and also includes a court, a prison and lots of art and history. A must visit
A large urban park on the banks of the pulsating medieval village, botanical gardens and endlessly beautiful and relaxing landscapes
A magical town not far from Mount Athena, with amazing beaches and beautiful little alleys that are fun to get lost in
A hill from which you can see a spectacular view of Naples and the bay and also visit an ancient fortress and a museum
An archaeological site where you can see ancient temples built for Greek gods, some of which are well preserved. One of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites
A UNESCO World Heritage Site where you will find one of the oldest, largest and most impressive mosaic collections in the world
The highest and most active volcano in Europe is a site not to be missed and a unique experience
The opera house that was once the largest in the world is today one of the most beautiful and interesting in it. An experience for the eyes and ears
A huge and impressive citadel surrounded by huge gardens and inside there are 13 different museums with works by great Italian artists
The main square of Sorrento and a great place to learn about the character of the city, sip an espresso and admire the architecture
A museum displaying a private collection of a wealthy local family inside an impressive villa surrounded by gardens overlooking the Bay of Naples
The important and interesting part of the city, where the royal palace, unmissable squares, museums and restaurants are located
The central square of Milan, at the heart of which is an impressive cathedral. A must-stop for anyone coming to the city.
A sort of little Venice of Milan where you can enjoy a tour of the canals, historic churches, galleries, boutiques and a relaxed and fun atmosphere.
A diverse, well-kept, and clean food market with lots of options for a light snack, a meal, or just a drink.
A huge museum with ancient and rare vehicles that is recommended for everyone – and not just for the sick of the wheel.
The most important opera house in the world is also one of the most beautiful and impressive buildings in Milan. You can come to a performance or join a tour inside the building.
A particularly impressive church and monastery that even won the title of “World Heritage Site” but are best known for one mural: Da Vinci’s Last Supper.
The second largest Egyptian museum in the world and the most important in the Western world. The visit is very enjoyable even for those who are not really familiar with ancient Egyptian culture.
A historical site that is now used as a city square with many restaurants, shops and points of interest.
The main street of ancient Florence, combines a variety of brand stores, cafes, and restaurants, with ancient buildings that reveal the fascinating history of the city.
The Duomo of Florence is the third largest cathedral in the world and one of the most spectacular and special. The most important symbol of ancient Florence.
A Christian building with a spectacular architectural design and of great significance in the history of Florence.
A royal palace that served as the residence of the Medici family and the King of Italy, which is now used as a huge complex of fascinating galleries and museums.
One of the main squares in Verona, certainly one of the most impressive. Serves as a starting point for a variety of attractions and popular sites in the city and as a place to rest and meet in between.
One of the most popular observation points in the city, thanks to the breathtaking panoramic view at the top.
The place where the famous scene from the play “Romeo and Juliet” takes place, and this is probably the most famous house in all of Verona.
An impressive amphitheater is considered the third largest in the world today. It was used in the past for gladiator fights and circuses, and today it hosts concerts and live performances.
A Roman arch bridge that spans the Adige River in Verona is considered the oldest bridge in Verona. Serves as a spectacular observation point of the old city.
The most popular and lively square in Rome and rightly considered the most beautiful of them. One of the most important and beautiful works from the Baroque period.
“The open balcony of Rome” – one of the most beloved sites in Rome thanks to the stunning aesthetics and the spectacular view from the upper steps.
The place where religious life and public life in ancient Rome met and the many buildings that have been preserved there symbolize the splendor and splendor of that fascinating period.
The largest amphitheater in the world, one of the masterpieces in the history of Roman and world architecture.
The smallest country in the world located in the center of Rome and holds some of the most important works of art in the world