1. Why travel to Italy

Some people say that Italy is a place blessed by God. It is not only the origin of the Renaissance, but also full of beautiful scenery in both humanities and nature. It is also a country with an ancient civilization and the richest ancient culture. It gave birth to Roman culture and Etruscan civilization, and was once the capital of the Roman Empire. With more than half of Europe’s cultural heritage, Italy is unique in the world. You can view more life size statues in various styles.

With a total of 54 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, Italy is also the country with the most World Heritage Sites in the world. Who could say no to such a beautiful city full of art and culture, home to so many immortal works created by famous Italian geniuses?

2. What do you know about the famous scenic spots in Italy?


Rome is the number one tourist destination in Italy, with countless monuments, museums and art churches.

And the Trevi Fountain sculpture, a classic scene from the movie “Roman Holiday” that we are most familiar with, is one of the must-see attractions. According to legend, whoever throws a coin into the Trevi Fountain can return to Rome. It is estimated that 3,000 euros are thrown into the fountain every day.

Trevi Fountain Sculpture

Large attractions such as the Colosseum and the Vatican Museums (home to the Sistine Chapel) draw crowds. Many classic sculptures make people sigh the charm of art.

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Laocoon (marble, height 178 cm, late 1st century BC, works by Hagersandros, Polydorus, Athenodorus, etc., now in the Vatican Museums, Rome)

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Colosseum ruins

2. Milan

Milan, Italy’s second largest city, specializes in fashion, finance and cutting-edge design. But its ancient civilization sites are also very rich. Among them, the San Siro Stadium, Sforza Castle, La Scala Square, Milan Cathedral, and Santa Maria Monastery are all attractions worth visiting. There are so many sights to choose from in Milan, while sightseers can admire the fairytale cathedral and Leonardo da Vinci’s The Last Supper.

Among them, the Milan Cathedral is the Gothic church with the most statues in the world. There are more than 6,000 marble statues, 3,159 of which are located outside the building, of which 2,245 are sculptures on the outside. The themes of the statues are mostly religious themes such as Bible stories. Various statues Various poses. Or biblical figures, or imperial celebrities, standing around the Virgin with a dignified expression.

Stone statue on the middle gate

Virgin Mary and famous sculptures on top of Milan Cathedral

3. Florence

The center of the Renaissance, Florence is home to some of Italy’s most famous art treasures. The Uffizi Gallery in Florence is also worth a visit. The visual impact of painting and sculpture will also shock you.

4. Venice

With its canals, gondolas and ornate Gothic palaces, Venice is a one-off project. After covering Piazza San Marco and major historical monuments, exploring the maze of back streets without a map is sure to get you lost, but that’s only half the fun。

St John’s Mosaic

These beautiful views are just the tip of the iceberg in Venice, there are many more beautiful views you need to see for yourself in every place, but also Verona, Naples, Siena, Lucca, Bologna, Florence, Sorrento and Amalfi Coast, Sardinia, Sicily and many other places have their own characteristics, allowing you to enjoy spiritual enjoyment, a visual feast, and of course food is also essential!