Map of Italy with cities and regions

Italy map with cities and regions. Map of Italy with cities and regions (Southern Europe - Europe) to print. Map of Italy with cities and regions (Southern Europe - Europe) to download. The map of Italy with cities and regions groups some of these regions together into areas that a traveller might want to visit. Whether you want to take a Renaissance art tour of Tuscany, feast in Bologna finest trattorias, find the best gelato in town or shop with the smart set in Milan, use our map of Italy below to start planning your trip. Italy boasts arguably the greatest art collection in the world, as well as an enthralling cultural legacy; admire renaissance masterpieces, including Michelangelo David, or marvel at the frescoes in Orvieto stunning cathedral before going underground in the extraordinary atmospheric cave-town of Matera. Visit the fascinating ancient Roman city of Pompeii, and view the cause of its destruction and preservation, Mount Vesuvius, Europe’s only active volcano.

Italy map with cities and regions

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Florence the capital of Tuscany is one of the most visited cities in Italy. Crossed by the Arno river this Renaissance city has numerous museums, hundreds of historic churches and wonderful masterpieces of art. Venice is an open-air floating museum. A city of canals and palaces loved by the romantics and envied by many cities around the world located in Veneto region as its mentioned in the map of Italy with cities and regions. Genoa is Italy biggest port and Europe biggest medieval town, located in Liguria region. Its old city is a maze of alleyways and important palazzos built in the 16th and 17th centuries by the wealthy mercantile families of the city. Genoa used to be one of the most important maritime powers and it is today a lively port which was Europe European Capital of culture in 2004.
The city of Milan which is located in Lombardy region is a combination of fast life, great classical art galleries, famous designer stores and a lively night scene. Considered as the business capital of Italy it is also a historic city full of churches and museums and you can easily spend a few days here to enjoy this bustling city. Naples is the city where North Italy meets the South (located in Campania region as you can see in the map of Italy with cities and regions). It is a kaleidoscope of extremes, lawless dominated by the infamous Camorra, fiercely Catholic and with a passionate love for life and food - the Napolitan cuisine. Siena is one of the best examples of Gothic architecture in the region of Tuscany. Most tourists visit Siena on a day trip from Florence but the city has much to offer and you can easily spend a couple of days to experience the ambience of this city and its medieval aspect.