Italy city map

Map of Italy with city names. Italy city map (Southern Europe - Europe) to print. Italy city map (Southern Europe - Europe) to download. There are only a handful of Italian city names with distinct English names. Some of the more prominent: Rome = Roma, Florence = Firenze, Venice = Venezia, Milan = Milano, Genoa = Genova, Naples = Napoli, Turin - Torino as its shown in Italy city map. Italian coastal cities with their paint-me-pastel pinks, freshly caught seafood, and boating with the best vino in hand are the stuff Mediterranean-getaway dreams are made of.

Map of Italy with city names

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Rome is the capital city of Italy and of the Lazio region (Latium). It is also the historic capital of the Roman Empire and Italy largest and most populous city, with about 2.8 million inhabitants. City world-famous for its canals, its bridges and for its palaces built on water. The Serenissima offers a multitude of different impressions: with its busy canals, labyrinthine back streets and some off-the-beaten-track areas, such as its authentic gondola workshops still in activity. Capital city of the Tuscany region as its mentioned in Italy city map. From 1865 to 1870 the city was also the capital of the Kingdom of Italy. Today Italian is based on the Tuscan language of Florence of the 14th century.
Famous worldwide as one of the capitals of fashion and design, Milan is also home to a cathedral of an unrivaled beauty, the second largest catholic cathedral in the world and the fourth largest one in the world. An important business and cultural center in Northern Italy and headquarter of the Fiat company, Turin is also the capital of the second largest region of Italy, Piedmont as you can see in Italy city map. With a population of close to 900,000 inhabitants, it is also, both historically and architecturally an important city of Italy, as it was the first capital of the Kingdom of Italy.
Third-largest city in Italy and capital of the Campania region, Naples is also the second most populated metropolitan area in Italy. Its name derives from the Greek Neapolis, the “new city”. At the center of an aercheological zone extending from Cumae to Pompei, the city is endowed with a superb heritage of monuments and artistic collections. Verona, a city of the Veneto region in Northern Italy, is mentioned by Dante in Canto 18 of the Purgatory in the Divine Comedy and in the travel diaries of Goethe, Stendhal and Paul Valéry as you can see in Italy city map. It is also the setting of the story of Romeo and Juliet, made famous by William Shakespeare.
Nicknamed La Superba (“the Proud one”) due to its glorious past and impressive landmarks, Genoa is the capital of the Liguria region. It is also one of Europe largest cities on the Mediterranean Sea and the largest seaport in Italy. The city is also the hometown of the explorer Christopher Columbus, composer Niccolò Paganini, Italian patriot Giuseppe Mazzini and actor Vittorio Gassman as its shown in Italy city map. Capital of Sicily and, just like Rome, a city with nearly three millenia of history, Palermo is noted for its gastronomy, history and large architectural heritage. It is also the region of Italy with the highest number of UNESCO World Heritage sites.