1000 Places To See Before You Die : Italy
1000 Places To See Before You Die : Italy Reviews
1000 Places To See Before You Die: Italy Nov 22, 2013
When I first caught the travel bug, I bought the book "1000 Places To See Before You Die: A Traveler's Life List" by Patricia Schultz. I have made it my life's goal to see all of these places that she writes about. I wanted to share with you the places in this book that I have visited. I highly recommend this book for anyone who loves to travel. I decided to break up this list of sites according to their country. Please share your thoughts or destinations!
Place I've Visited
- Sistine Chapel (Vatican City)
- The Milanese Experience (Milan)
- Il Duomo (Milan)
- The Uffizi Galleries (Florence)
- The Amalfi Coast
Places I Have Not Been
- National Archaeological Museum (Naples)
- Spaccanapoli (Naples)
- Positano's Hotels
- Paestum (Salerno)
- The Best of Sorrento
- The Quadrilatero (Bologna)
- Piazza del Duomo (Parma)
- La Posta Vecchia (Localita Palo Laziale)
- The Hotel Hassler (Rome)
- Hotel Villa d'Este (Cernobbio)
- Palazzo Ducale (Mantua)
- The Last Supper (Milan)
- La Scala Opera House (Milan)
- Rocca Scaligera (Sirmione)
- Borromean Island (Stresa)
- Rossini Opera Festival (Pesaro)
- La Costa Smeralda
- Aeolian Islands (Sicily)
- Valley of the Temples (Sicily)
- Mount Etna (Sicily)
- Two Gems of Palermo
- Taormina (Sicily)
- Church of San Francesco (Arezzo)
- Villa San Michele and Villa La Massa (Florence)
- Il Pellicano (Porto Ercole)
- Chianti and San Gimignano
- Piazza Del Campo and the Palio (Siena)
- Basilica of San Francesco (Assisi)
- Palazzo Terranova (Citta de Castello)
- Il Duomo (Orvieto)
- La Passeggiata (Perugia)
- Spoleto Festival (Spoleto)
- Crossing the Mont Blanc Massif (Courmayeur)
- Cortina d-Ampezzo
- Scrovegni Chapel (Padua)
- Carnevale (Venice)
- Cipriani Hotel (Venice)
- Venice Simplon-Orient-Express
- Teatro Olimpico (Vicenza)
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Italy is on top Jun 10, 2011
I've been to Italy numerous times. Each time I have an amazing experience.
From all my travel around the country, I found that the north side is the nicest. Especially around lakes, such as, Garda Lake.
You'll want to stay away from Restaurants in the tourist areas.
They usually get you with good deals, but the food ends up being just average. Talk to locals, store owners, or hotel receptionists about good spots. I found amazing Restaurants and hidden beaches this way.
If you want beach time, stay in the south, or the northern east-side. A very nice place is called Albarella.
Definitely rent a car and drive from town to town. So worth it.