Top 10 Most Romantic Attractions in Italy

Italy is well known for its diverse arts, culture, and artifacts all over the globe. The mouth-watering Italian cuisine, wide range of deluxe sport bikes and cars and incredible landscape will surely capture the attention of a great number of couples. Italy is certainly the most romantic place you can tour with your partner because it perfectly matches the different tastes of different lovebirds.

Here are the top ten most romantic attractions in Italy:

· Rome

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Rome is such a busy city and for this very reason, it may not be the first choice for most couples. However, this Eternal City is a great destination in the world. Its imposing architecture, awe-inspiring masterpieces of art, ancient history, and engineering will enrich all those who decide to explore the mysteries of the Roman Empire. Rome is also neighbors Amalfi coast and Sorrento and this gives you a chance to visit the two areas. You can also decide to visit the major cities of Italy, which include Venice, Florence, and Rome. (image by Russell Yarwood).

· Lake Maggiore

This lake divides regions of Piedmont and Lombardy, crossing the border into Switzerland. In Italy, it is the second largest lake. You can also combine lakes Como and Maggiore for unforgettable romantic moments in Italy. Borromean Gulf that extends from Stresa to Verbania is an arm of this particular lake and includes the stunning Borromean Islands. However, Stresa and Baveno are small towns that posses a romantic and luxurious atmosphere which is enhanced by the numerous aristocratic villas that date back to the nineteenth century.

· Piedmont

The (Piemonte) Piedmont region is a mountainous region that is surrounded by the Alps on three sides. It is located in the northwest corner of Italy. Piedmont is famous because of scrumptious chocolate, white truffles of Alba, and the Barbera and Barolo wines. Elegant castles, palaces, and rolling hills covered in wine vineyards adorn the countryside. Piedmont’s capital, Turin is a regal, vibrant, and chic city that boasts the Baroque architecture that is dominated by world-renowned museums, complex old world cafes, and grand palaces.

· The Cinque Terre

The (“Five Lands”) Cinque Terre offers a completely different atmosphere even though it is part of Italian Riviera. The ruggedly fine-looking Cinque Terre has an astonishingly serrated coastline of eighteen kilometers. Here, you find the five fishing villages of Riomaggiore Vernazza, Manarola, Corniglia, and Monterosso al Mare.

· The Italian Riviera

The coast of Liguria region is called “Italian Riviera”. Its shores are dotted with fishing villages, small harbors, and pastel houses and curves between Tuscany and France’s Côte d’Azur. The most famous seaside village of Italian Riviera is Picturesque Portofino. An affordable alternative for Portofino is Santa Margherita Ligure, which is a resort town that offers a gracious atmosphere. Other seaside towns you can visit are Finale Ligure, Camogli, Sestri Levante, and Rapallo.

· Umbria.

The docile and lavish region of Umbria is regarded as the green heart of Italy. Umbria’s diverse landscape, undiscovered corners, ideal position, and lack of cowards leave it the least untouched area of Italy. A romantic tour in Umbria offers gastronomic pleasures, peacefulness, incredible art, and architecture within medieval towns of Perugia, Bevagna, Spoleto, Assisi, Todi, and Orvieto.

· The Amalfi Coast

The most scenic road in Italy connects Amalfi Coast. You will observe the shiny shoreline that is accentuated with wine vineyards, olive trees, and lemon groves. With every twist and turn, one marvels at the impressive coastline that is dotted with glamorous seaside resorts of Ravello, Positano, Amalfi, and Sorrento among others. While at its shoreline, you will observe the cobalt-blue waters.

· Venice.

The striking beauty of Venice has inspired many people who have visited it and should inspire you too when you pay a visit. It is the enchanter of Veneto region that will amaze you as you walk on the small bridges that connect this particular magical city that is immersed by water.

· Lake Como

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Lake Como is a place you can tour for many hours admiring the beautiful villas and gardens, visiting boutiques, and eating delicious meals as you enjoy each other’s company. The small lakeside towns, majestic villas, and sparkling water will surely amaze you.  (image by cdchi1975).

· Tuscany

When touring Tuscany, you will realize why many artists have made the landscape of Tuscany region their permanent canvas. Florence is a romantic destination and is the capital of Tuscany. The amazing art, history, and architecture in Florence will not disappoint you even at any one point. A romantic visit in Tuscany has very many picturesque places such as Lucca, Siena, Florence, Cortona, Montalcino, San Gimignano, Montepulciano, Chianti ,and Pienza that you can pay a visit.

In conclusion, these are not the only places that one can tour in Italy. Being an aesthetically pleasing getaway with its overall beauty, the romantic destination offers many new things that you may not have seen before.


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