Ultimate Travel Guide for Italy

This Travel Guide is about the places to visit, eat, and hike in Italy with a lot more information needed, summarised to make your trip simple and a lot more wonderful. Read about everything there is to explore with some beautiful pictures.


Places to Visit



This city is worth a visit at least once in your life, with a leisure place of life, incredible artworks, and delicious cuisines. Rome is always on the top of the list for tourists when they are visiting Italy. What’s interesting is that it is small enough for you to explore it in one day. You can visit important sights like Michelangelo’s Pieta and Sistine Chapel to have a look at the wonderful architecture of Rome, you’ll also come across many artworks. And don’t forget to have a taste of delicious pizza when you’re there.


Accommodation: tripadvisor.com



This city is a museum itself, with its incredible culture, wonderful architectural monuments, and renaissance art. This place is home to the works of Leonardo Da Vinci. The Cathedral of Saint Maris is the most famous architectural work present there pulling thousands of visitors every year. Relax in the Boboli Gardens and explore the Pitti Palace and Uffizi Gallery.


Accommodation: visitflorence.com



Who wouldn’t want to visit a city built on a lagoon with gondola rides, a city with a collection of beautiful art and architecture? This city gets an average of 50,000 tourists a day. This floating city has popular tourist spots like St. Mark’s Square, Grand Canal, and Doge’s Palace. Have the most relaxing boat rides while you have a relaxing view of the city.


Accommodation: booking.com

Iconic Foods Around Italy



The unique taste of this is very famous around Italy as it is considered the most traditional food, cooked carefully. This dish is made from salted fish, typically bluefin tuna or grey mullet.



Traditional Italian pizza served with oil and spices, a variety of handpicked spices, herbs like basil and capers. There are essentially two types of pizza in Italy to choose from, one is the Roman-style pizza and one Neapolitan-style pizza. Italian pizzas are very flavorful and hearty.



This dish has a very interesting history as it was created in honor to lift Tiramisu’s spirits after he was severely tested to unify Italy. This is the most loved dessert made from lady fingers dipped in coffee. If you’re a coffee lover you have to try this.

How to get around?

railway tracks


There are three categories of trains in Italy

  • Alta Velocita, a high-velocity train that connects major destinations in Italy.
  • InterCity runs between main cities.
  • Regionale is the slowest and cheapest train and stops at most stations on the route.


Fares are generally inexpensive as they are calculated by kilometer.



Tickets for buses can be bought online and they are the cheapest form of transport in Italy. Almost all kinds of areas in Italy are connected by bus services making it easy for travelers.



You need an international driving permit and follow the rules and regulations to drive around. You can rent a car but normally the roads have very high congestion so it’s better to use public transport.

Travel Essentials for Italy


Have a relaxed time packing with our travel essentials guide.

  • Carry an International adapter, instead of having to buy new ones for every country you can just get this and carry it anywhere. Don’t forget your power bank too.
  • July and August are the hottest. Try to wear linen in Summers with comfortable walking shoes. While packing something much warmer like a shawl for Winters will be great.
  • Carry a good small bag, with a toiletry bag inside and a reusable water bottle.
  • Get good polarized sunglasses to protect your eyes.