Ever look at those bizarre photos of people posing next to the Leaning Tower of Pisa and wonder what they might be thinking? With the help of this video, you now know.
The northern city of Turin–or Torino in Italian–has a rich, regal heritage. The nation’s first capital city in 1861, it was also home to the House of Savoy, or Italy’s royal family….
A living shrine to the marvels of the Renaissance, if Florence’s cultural relics don’t seduce you, its natural scenery certainly will.
The picturesque city of Venice is defined by the maze of canals and bridges that separate and link the 118 islands to and from one another. Currently, over 270,000 people call the scenic Italian city home, no doubt tripping over the approximately 50,000 tourists who visit the city each day.
While the Playboy mansion’s infamous grotto might get the most attention in the pop cultural realm, natural grottos off the coast of Italy (and around the world) are a source of wonder for millions and a major tourist hotspot. Italy’s Blue Grotto and Emerald Grotto are natural sea caves that illuminate seawater with a mystical glow with either bright blue or deep green hues, respectively. This natural light filtration creates otherworldly tones that look anything but ordinary.