Italy is a hot holiday spot and there is so much you see, you can get quite amazed to plan your holiday. Everyone feels forced to hit three big ones, Venice, Florence and Rome. These are incredible cities with many great places to visit and famous buildings (art, architecture, etc.) that you can see. Here are some travel information about Italy to help you plan a better trip.
Here is simply the fact that you do not see everything in one vacation and try to make it very stressful and robbing you of the fun and excitement you have planned. Thousands of years of history found in Italy (about 5,000 years of civilized history is more accurate) makes it impossible to absorb within a few days, weeks or months. You have to decide what you really want to see and build your way around trying to see everything. I would like to think of a better way of seeing Italy with less stress, less spending and more joy. As? Schedule your trip and get out of the major tournament cities and less-loaded mountain towns and fortified villages.
Let's say you're planning a trip to Florence. Identify the top three to five pages you want to see and give them two or three days to see them. Once this is scheduled, take the map of the region and start looking at many incredible places within a few hours of Florence. Important resorts include Pisa (at least half a day), Lucca (also at least half a day) and Montecatinni (a spa town with open markets, magnificent parks and an old hilly town overlooking the city below). To the south of Florence are such well-known locations as Siena (easy to stand all day), San Gimingano (here to get out first to avoid the crowd) and Volterra (worth at least half a day and one of Tuscany's most interesting hills) .
Selecting day trips to one or two other cities between planned trips in Florence will allow you to experience the more intimate Italy. Enjoy the walk along the perimeter wall around Lucky (the wall is now a park and a trail), then head out to Pisa, where you will walk around the tower, basilica and more white marble than you've ever seen in one place. The next day you can walk through the narrow medieval streets of Siena, then continue to Volterra and explore the Etruscans, Romans and the architecture and fortifications of a typical muddy hilly city.
Each of these cities is rich in history and tradition and gives you a better sense of rural and small Italian city. Each of the big three has around dozens of great side-by-side locations, all worth visiting, so planning a trip as described above is easy and fun.
Relax and synchronize with the slower pace of rural Italy, go for countless shops and cafes and watch beautiful sunsets or sunrise. The trip to Italy should be fun, relaxing and definitely a trip for a lifetime. The true beauty of Italy is that you can have some of these "lifetime trips" without seeing the same places twice (if you do not want to, I know we have).