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With a history stretching back well before the famous Roman Empire, Italy offers something for everyone. Wherever you go, there are fascinating and amazing sights to see, and wonderful cuisine to try.


The famous canals of Venice have been a magnet for travellers for centuries... even longer than it’s taken for Pisa’s legendary tower to develop its iconic lean.


The ancient cities of Herculaneum and Pompeii stand testament to the awesome destructive power that Mount Vesuvius unleashed some 2000 years ago, while Florence attracts art lovers to see its magnificent galleries and lavish architecture.


The capital, Rome, has ample to remind the visitor of its heritage as centre of the old Roman Empire, despite the unyielding pace of life there today. And the breathtaking scenery of the Alpine lakes, Tuscan hills, and hundreds of miles of glorious coastline, all attracts visitors from around the globe.


Food and drink are also an intrinsic part of the visitor experience, from the Parmesan cheese and Parma ham of the north, through the vineyards of Tuscany, to the olive groves of the south.


Italy is a truly wonderful destination, and will leave you always wanting more!

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ITALY
Essential Information

  CAPITAL

  Rome

  LANGUAGE

Italian

  POPULATION

60 Million

  CURRENCY

Euro

  TIME ZONE

GMT + 1

  DIALLING   CODE

+ 39

  MAJOR CITIES

Milan, Turin, Bologna, Bari, Firenze (Florence), Venice, Naples, Parma, Genoa, Pisa, Siena, Ancona.

Tourist Office:

http://www.italiantouristboard.co.uk/



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