It’s hard to choose what city to start in and what attractions to see when you visit Italy because this stunning country offers so much to travelers. You’ll be mesmerized by the food, attractions and surrounding scenery. Art lovers head to Florence. You’ll find beautiful works of art in the museums, as well as throughout the city. Milan is most known for being one of the world’s fashion capitals, but it also has the largest Gothic cathedral in the world and one of the best opera houses in Italy. When in Venice, visit Saint Mark’s Basilica and then go for an evening gondola ride on the Grand Canal. Rome has so many historical and religious things to see. You could spend your whole vacation in this one city, but here are just a few to put on your itinerary: the Colosseum, the Vatican, the Roman Forum and Trevi Fountain. Two other great attractions are the Leaning Tower of Pisa and the National Archaeological Museum of Naples. And of course, eat as much Italian food as you can during your stay!