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Italy is a country of regions, and each region has their own autonomy but they are still connected as one country. Just like the United States, Italy used to be divided by small city-states but now they are united into one country but allowed to keep their own identities. A lot of people do not know this but when you are planning to visit Italy it is better to plan your vacation in terms of regions. It is easier to determine the places you want to visit and if it is possible to visit them all without spending too much money.
Italy has 20 regions and each one of them has their own identities. From their historical background to the local people residing there, you will realize that each state is different in their culture and tradition, but still, they are under one country. If you are planning to visit Italy allow us to assist you by giving you a background on the best three regions.
Tuscany is a very famous tourist destination, if not one of the best. It is considered to be the place where the Renaissance started. It also gave birth to many iconic Italian personalities like Leonardo Da Vinci and other Renaissance people and because of them, Tuscany is full of art and culture. Not only that but it is also studded with many natural landscapes and beautiful white sandy beaches. They also have the best wines in Italy which have reached to global recognition. That is why many tourists prefer Tuscany because it is a complete package. The Italians take care of their tourists by providing exciting and captivating Tuscany tours which will make your vacation unforgettable.
For the Godfather fans, this is the region where the famous Vito Corleone came from before running off to America. Sicily gives off an enigmatic vibe when it comes to the tourists but what many don’t know is that Sicily is full of tourist destinations. Their history includes Greek, Arab, and Roman influences which make them full of history and art. They also host many UNESCO heritage sites which will satisfy the tourist’s appetite for photographs and culture. Since it is the largest island in the Mediterranean Sea they also offer beaches with 5-star resorts. They also have famous landscapes like Mt. Etna which is famous throughout Europe. All in all, Sicily can be an enticing destination that will captivate many tourists.
Veneto is the northeastern Italian Region that stretches from Dolomite Mountains to the Adriatic Sea. It is the home of the famous canal city, Venice. Venice is the top attraction in Veneto. Its canal system matched with renaissance and gothic palaces and other historical sites like St. Mark’s Basilica makes it a very attractive tourist destination. Venice is not the only place Veneto can offer, they also have their wine region. Prosecco Hills is known for making good wine that can challenge any wines in the other regions. Not only is Prosecco Hills sweet but it is also scenic. If you like a hassle-free and non-tourist-congested vacation then Veneto is the right choice for you.
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