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Trentino Alto Adige

Trentino-Alto Adige is a beautiful region located in the northernmost part of Italy, in the east bordering Austria. It is a popular destination for travelers due to its stunning mountainous landscapes, Italo-German culture, and diverse array of outdoor activities, particularly in the Dolomites, ...

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The 20 Regions of Italy

Italy is made up of 20 regions, each with its own history, flavors, customs, and local dialects. Some regions, like Tuscany and Sicily, are well-known as travel destinations, while others like Lazio, Lombardy, and Piemonte, are overshadowed by their capitals Rome, Milan, and Turin. It's ...

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Lombardy Travel Guide

The richest and most populous of Italy's regions, Lombardy is home to Milan. Milan is not only the capital of Lombardy, but also Italy's capital of fashion, finance, and media. Known as Lombardia in Italian, Lombardy derives its name from the Longobards, a Germanic kingdom that ruled large ...

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Friuli-Venezia Giulia Travel Guide

Often paired with itineraries for Venice and the Veneto, Friuli-Venezia Giulia is the easternmost region in Italy. One of Italy's five autonomous regions, Friuli-Venezia Giulia has a Central European flavor, owing to its geography and long history as a crossroads for trade. Friuli-Venezia ...

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Italy Map

This map shows Italy and its neighbors to the north, east, and west. Italy shares land borders with six countries (France, Switzerland, Austria, Slovenia, Vatican City, San Marino) and maritime borders with 10 countries (Croatia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Montenegro, Albania, Greece, Libya, Tunisia, ...

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Where I’ve Been: Interactive Map of Italy

I haven't been everywhere in Italy. But I have traveled extensively throughout the country, both as a guidebook writer and as a resident. I have been to 16 out of Italy’s 20 regions. I have also visited Vatican City and San Marino, two tiny countries that share the Italian peninsula with Italy. ...

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Veneto Travel Guide

The Veneto region is known primarily for the city that gave it its name: Venice (Venezia in Italian). Here was the seat of the Venetian Republic, La Serenissima, which ruled the northern Adriatic for a millennium from the 8th to the 18th centuries. The Veneto is Venice and its canals, islands, ...

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UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Italy

Italy holds the record for the most UNESCO heritage sites in the world. There are currently 58 UNESCO sites in Italy—53 cultural and 5 natural—and many others are under consideration. In addition to these 58 physical sites, UNESCO recognizes Italy's intangible cultural heritage. There ...

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