Map of Italy with major cities
Detailed map of Italy with cities. Map of Italy with major cities (Southern Europe - Europe) to print. Map of Italy with major cities (Southern Europe - Europe) to download. As the 72nd largest country by area, Italy has many major cities that have large populations of residents that contribute to its rank as the world 24th most populous country. 31 cities in the country have not hit the population milestone of one million just yet, but they do have numbers that exceed 100,000. Eighty-nine smaller but still very populated cities have a minimum population of 10,000, further contributing to the country overall population numbers. Rome is located in the Lazio region, which is situated in central Italy. As the capital of Italy, its overall population began to rise again by the early 20th century. At 1,285 square kilometers, it is currently the city with the largest population at 2,837,332 people as its shown in the map of Italy with major cities. It is also the 4th most populated city in the entire European Union.
Milan is the capital of the Lombardy region in northern Italy. It covers 182 square kilometers of territory. While Rome is considered the political center of Italy, locals generally think of Milan as the industrial hub due to its manufacturing and commercial prosperity. Today, it is the richest city in Italy and one of the richest in all of Europe. Even though Rome population is more than double, it still comes in second at 1,396,059 people as its mentioned in the map of Italy with major cities. Naples, the capital of the Campania region, is located south of Rome. At 119 square kilometers, it is one of the oldest urban areas in the world and has played a significant cultural role throughout the years. It currently has the largest urban economy in the country after Rome and Milan. Even though it falls short of a million people, it is the third-highest populated city in Italy at 962,589 people.
Bordering Switzerland and France, Turin is located in the northwest of Italy. It is the capital of the Piedmont region, but it also served as the first capital of a newly united Italy back in the 1860s. Despite being bigger than Naples by roughly 11 square kilometers, it is the fourth most populated city in Italy at 870,952 people as you can see in the map of Italy with major cities. Palermo is the capital of Sicily, the southernmost region in Italy. While Milan is considered the industrial hub of Italy, Palermo developed over time into the industrial center of Sicily. Today, it is the fifth most populated city in Italy at 657,960 people. It is, however, bigger than both Naples and Turin, covering approximately 159 square kilometers of territory.