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Thanks to its temperate climate, rich history and location right in the heart of the Mediterranean Sea, there are few places on earth quite like Italy. It is also home to the most World Heritage Sites on the planet and one of the most visited countries in the world. To experience the sights, sounds and culture of this fascinating country, there are 20 places that cannot be missed during a visit.

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1. Teatro di San Carlo (Photo source: Kick_Rock)

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This breathtaking opera house is located in Naples, next to the Piazza del Plebiscito, and was opened in 1737. Operas are still performed at the theater from January to May, which makes it one of the oldest continuously active venues for public opera in the world. Guided tours of the main hall, boxes, Royal box and foyers are also available.
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2. Villa Romana del Casale (Photo source: Rino Porrovecchio)

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For a glimpse of a real Roman villa, The Villa Romana del Casale in southern Italy is a must. It was built early in the 4th century and is home to the largest and most complex assortment of Roman mosaics in the country. It is also one of the Italian UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

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3. Pinacoteca di Brera (Photo source: Black Nepheli)

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The Brera Art Gallery, Pinacoteca di Brera, is home to one of the most prestigious assortment of Italian paintings and well worth a visit for art connoisseur. It contains works by some of the best Italian artists from the 13th to the 20th centuries and the surrounding neighborhood is great for sightseeing as well.


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4. Milan Cathedral (Photo source: dia_matine Photography)

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Another sight not to be missed while exploring Italy is Milan Cathedral. This Gothic cathedral is the second largest of its kind in Italy and required nearly six centuries of construction to complete. Apart from its striking exterior, the cathedral interior also includes numerous artworks and monuments.


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5. Piazza San Marco (Photo source: Robert Montgomery)

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One of the main attractions in Venice is the Piazza San Marco, also known as St Mark’s Square. The square is bordered by historic buildings, including the magnificent St. Mark’s Basilica and the Doge’s Palace. It is known as the heart of Venice and a great place from which to start exploring the city.


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6. Leaning Tower of Pisa (Photo source: Andrea Stefanucci)

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The Leaning Tower of Pisa is one of the symbols of Italy that is known worldwide and is one of the oldest structures located in the Cathedral Square of the city. This freestanding bell tower was completed over a period of 199 years and started tilting during its construction phase already.
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