Main Cities of Art in Italy

Imagine a country where art is a natural form of expression, this is Italy, rich in endless cultural attractions, ancient monuments, archaeological sites, museums, churches perfectly preserved, sons of finest genius as Raffaello, Michelangelo, Tiziano and Canova. Verona famous for its well-preserved Arena, once the stage of gladiators and now a popular scene for opera. Venice with the delights of St Mark's Square, Doges' Palace, Rialto bridge and its romantic canals. Florence a frenzy of medieval and Renaissance architecture, with Duomo, Giotto's Tower, Palazzo Vecchio and Uffizi Art Gallery. Siena, well-known for Palio horse race, run in Piazza del Campo and Rome, the Eternal City, famous for St Peter's Basilica, Vatican Museums, Sistina Chapel and the Coliseum. Naples surrounded by bays and sea boasts Castel dell'Ovo, Maschio Angioino and the Reggia di Capodimonte look like a small corner of heaven.

Italy's first capital city and home to the headquarters of Fiat, Turin has been one of the most important cities in the Italian royal history. Those who want to immerse themselves in its charm and enjoy the Egyptian Museum and the Mole Antonelliana, may choose to stay in a hotel in the city centre; business travelers, instead, can opt for a hotel in Turin near Porta Nuova station.

The millions of travelers coming to Milan for business, stay at the hotels near the Fieramilanocity, but also choose the hotels near the airports of Linate and Malpensa. However, Milan doesn’t offer only business hotels: hotels near Milan Central Station allow easy access to the airport shuttles, while the hotels in downtown are ideal for shoppers, and for those who love sightseeing and nightlife.

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