Top 10 Cities You Should Visit in Italy

Top 10 Cities You Should Visit in Italy

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Italy is filled with countless historic and charming cities, but if you don’t have unlimited time to spend, you may want to consider putting some of the very best on your list. Here’s an insider guide into the top places and cities to visit in Italy including places to stay, homes for rent in Italy, the best for couples and families, in locations including Puglia, Sicily, Italian Lakes, Amalfi Coast, Florence, Rome, Venice, and Milan. Italy has many beautiful and historic cities that can easily be visited by train. These are our best picks for the top cities in Italy.

  1. Rome

Rome is the capital of modern Italy. It is full of history everywhere you look. You’ll see tons of ancient monuments, interesting medieval churches, beautiful fountains, Renaissance palaces, and museums. Modern Rome is a bustling and lively city and has some great nightlife and restaurants. Do not forget to visit the famous landmarks such as St. Peter’s Square and the Vatican City. They are easily visited when in Rome. Spend at least 3 days in Rome to experience everything Rome has to offer.

One of Rome’s great pleasures is Eating out, as the combination of romantic alfresco settings and excellent food is guarantee of good times.

  1. Venice

Built on water in the middle of lagoon, Venice is a unique city and known as the most beautiful and romantic cities. No doubt that it is the most popular city for visitors to Italy. Piazza San Marco is the heart of Venice with its spectacular church, Saint Mark’s Basilica. There are plenty of palaces, museums, and churches to visit in this city. Wandering along Venice’s canals is one of the most interesting things to do. Venice is located in the northeast of Italy and historically was a bridge between West and East.

  1. Florence

Florence is one of Italy’s most significant art centers and Renaissance architectural. Florence’s Baptistery and Duomo are the most popular among tourist and is always crowded as it is their large piazza. Just like other cities of Italy, Florence boasts its magnificent museums with tons of famous paintings and sculptures. Medici palaces and garden are also worth a visit. Florence is located in the region of Tuscany.

  1. Milan

Milan is one of the richest cities in Europe and is known for its sophisticated shops, galleries, and restaurants. Unlike most Italian cities, Milan has a faster pace of life. It also has a cultural heritage and rich artistic. With its beautiful façade, the magnificent Gothic Duomo is one of the most visit landmarks in Milan. The famous painting of Leonardo Da Vinci, the Last Supper is one of the top attractions in Milan and La Scala is one of the most famous opera houses in Milan.

  1. Naples

One of the most vibrant cities of Italy, Naples is the most important city in southern Italy and is located on the coast south of Rome. The city has recently undergone some renovation but still retains much of its old character. … Read the rest

We Enjoy Every Feature of Our ADT Alarm System

We Enjoy Every Feature of Our ADT Alarm System

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There was a rash of burglaries a few years ago. They were happening all around us. If you put pins in a map, it was like a circle around our block. That was when we got ADT in St Petersburg. We got a home security system for peace of mind. We wanted a way for when my wife and I were at work and the kids were in school to have the police notified if there was a break in. Then we discovered that a home alarm system can be much more than that.

When we first got our alarm system we got the smoke and carbon monoxide detectors too. This way the fire department and emergency medical services could be called if there was a fire or CO gas leaking. That stuff can incapacitate you quickly. Good thing to have an automated way of calling for help if there should ever be a problem. Then we had our system upgraded this year to include home automation and video surveillance. This makes our home security system even that much more valuable to us as a family.… Read the rest