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A Roman Holiday...things to do in Rome

  The capital city of Italy is a Robust romantic step into the tapestry of enchanting history, exquisite Art, architecture, illustrious culture, and cuisine. 2500-year-old Rome is like no other place. No wonder it's called the Eternal City. There are no such things in Rome you should miss, the capital of Western civilization; that's why it perfectly fits as Italians say about Rome: " Non basta una vita ," meaning that a lifetime is not enough to see Rome. Everywhere you look, you see timeless beauty, grandiosity, craftmanship, century-old engineering marvels, winding streets, bustling piazzas, and whatnot. It's impossible to cover Rome on a single or even multiple trips. However, you can do things truly unforgettable and quintessential. Things to know before you visit Ready to walk a lot and wear comfortable shoes. There are plenty of visitors to all major attractions. Buy all the tickets 2/3 weeks before your trip. Dress modestly for religious places. Cover you

Voyage to Venice ...ultimate things to do and see

  Venice ...Utterly unique and truly otherworldly, filled with astonishing architecture and history, it has 446 bridges, a labyrinth of canals, and sumptuous churches with bustling cafes are every traveler's dream destination. Founded in 421 AD, this enchanting city is unique in every possible way, from architecture and atmosphere to culture or geography to transportation. It is tied up with 100 lagoons in the Adriatic Sea, once a central hub of merchant, art, and culture in the Middle Ages and Renaissance period.  With the influx of heavy tourists and the widespread of social media, wanderlust in you wonder if you can really feel or experience this place's true charm. Venice, a city where every corner is shared through photos and videos, might make you wonder if there's anything left to discover. But the truth is, visiting and witnessing a place like Venice with your own eyes is a truly unmatched experience.  Best things to do:   1. Piazza San Marco -   Napoleon called it

Florence 8 best things to do

  The capital city of Tuscany, Italy, Florence, the cradle of the Renaissance, is a city that breathes art and architecture nested in the rolling hills and villas in the picturesque landscape. Its name, derived from the Latin words for 'flourishing' and 'prosperous, perfectly captures its essence. The city's winding alleys, charming piazzas, and the idyllic Arno River beckon visitors. Every street is a gateway to its glorious past, with Columbus facades, arches, and bustling markets awaiting to unfold the tale of instantly creative Michelangelo, Brunelleschi, Vinci, Botticelli, and more. Art is not confined to museums but is a part of everyday life in Florence, epitomized by its people.  1 . Piazza del Duomo —the heart of Florence and architectural triumph. The iconic piazza consists of Santa Maria del Fiore Cathedral, Giotto's Bell Tower, and St. John's Baptistery, which UNESCO recognizes as World Heritage Sites. The majestic and pompous Brunelleschis Duomo