Half of the world's historic-artistic heritage and the largest number of places listed as World Heritage Sites by the UNESCO are found in Italy. Rome, an enormous open-air gallery of impeccably preserved remains houses the Vatican state with its Saint Peter's Square and the Sistine Chapel, one of its most famous artistic treasures Florence is considered as the Renaissance capital where we can find the largest number of paintings and architectural works of this era in the world. Milan is one of the richest cities in the European Union and the fashion capital of the world where we can visit the Golden Quadrilateral, made up of the streets of Montenapoleone, Manzoni, Spiga, Matteoti and Sant Andrea which is the shopping area par excellence and the Teatro alla Scala, considered as the most prestigious opera house and lyrical music temple in the world. Venice is made up of 120 islands joined by 800 bridges and is where one of the most famous carnivals in the world is celebrated. In addition to all of this, Italy, an exceptionally mountainous country, has beautiful geographical landscapes in the Alps, such as the Dolomites or the Apennines where you can enjoy the marvellous landscapes while doing a tour or practicing hiking or extreme sports. The thermal spas located throughout Italy with their curative properties and immense environmental beauty are doubtlessly another favourite tourist attraction.
Italy also has thousands of kilometres of coastline with beautiful beaches with the most varied landscapes both on the Mediterranean and Adriatic.