Italy Vacation Rentals
Italy is a country filled with lush, vibrant landscapes and stirring regions that remind one of the rich historical relevance of this diverse country. From the stunning architecture of Florence to the ruins of Rome, you can find an abundance of sights that will take your breath away upon first glance and draw you in with their sheer magnificence. Travel through the regions of Italy for your next vacation and experience all this glorious country offers to its visitors.
A journey to Tuscany is well worth the adventure for any traveler who can appreciate fine wine, exquisite cuisine, and a beautiful rolling countryside that appears to have jumped right off the canvas. Florence, the capital of Tuscany and the birthplace of the Renaissance, is a must-see for its famous museums and galleries such as the Uffizi, which houses a wealth of Renaissance art, and the Accademia Gallery, home to Michelangelo’s David. In Pisa, known for the recognizable leaning tower, visitors can enjoy the impressive medieval architecture and soak in the lively atmosphere by strolling the busy streets and the grassy square.
In the northern region of Lombardy, visitors can enjoy the capital city of Milan with its upscale fashion and exceptional cultural attractions. Milan is well known for its place atop the fashion industry and here visitors will find the flagship stores for designers such as Prada, Armani, and Dolce and Gabbana. In addition to shopping, visitors will want to head to the historical opera house La Scoula and enjoy one of the regularly staged operas, ballets, or concerts in the most acoustically perfect theatre in the world.
The center of commerce and culture, Rome sits in the Latium region and boasts strong and resilient historical sights that no visitor should miss. Home to the Pantheon and Colosseum, visitors of Rome vacation rentals
can take in these incredible pieces of architecture that have withstood the test of time and hark back to far different eras. In the center of Rome lies the sovereign Vatican state, which is the symbolic home of Catholics around the world and the residence of the Pope. For views of two of the most breathtaking religious buildings, head over to St. Pete’s Basilica and the Sistine Chapel, which Michelangelo meticulously painted in a span of four years.
Located about six miles east of Naples, a journey to Mount Vesuvius is a worthwhile excursion for those who are intrigued by the rich and volatile history of the only active volcano on the European mainland. The area around the mountain is now a national park and visitors can explore the small network of paths that travel around the mountain for a glimpse of this towering monstrosity. For those with more than a passing interest, you can walk to the summit after driving within 200 feet or make your way to the crater from the spiral walkway that leads off the road.
In the southern portion of Italy, Naples is the perfect place to pick up a slice of pizza (it is the birthplace of the pizza pie) while soaking in the gorgeous water views over the bay. After a filling meal, visitors of Naples vacation rentals
can make their way to the National Archaeological Museum of Naples to view one of the most complete collections of Greek and Roman relics and then wander the winding, narrow streets of the Spaccanapoli, which is teeming with churches and shops.
Whether you plan on traveling throughout the country or planting yourself in your favorite region, Italy vacation rentals are the perfect jumping off point for any adventure. With the wide selection of Italy apartments, villas, and houses that are convenient to the rich history and beautiful landscapes of this country, it has never been easier to experience the Europe getaway of your dreams.