The cities and the villages, but also landscapes and campaigns narrated through the classic storyline of Italy.
Day 1: Venice – It is one of the few places in the world where it seems to be suspended between reality and imagination. Venice is a work of art in itself. It hosts arts and special architectural features in the global landscape. The city covers many small islands connected by bridges that overlook the countless channels and join the calli (streets) in six districts (districts). Must-see: the Grand Canal, Piazza San Marco with the Basilica and the Bell Tower, the Ducal Palace, the Rialto Bridge, the Peggy Guggenheim, the Burano and Murano islands
Day 2: Milan - Milan, impresses you for the emotions that can give. It is a cultured city, modern, vibrant and rich in beauty and artistic works. There are many places of art and culture in Milan: from the historic monuments (Duomo, Castello Sforzesco, Columns of San Lorenzo, Church of Santa Maria delle Grazie, Sant'Ambrogio) at the Civic Museums (Museum of the twentieth century, Archaeological Museum, Museum of Natural History, Museum of the Castello Sforzesco, Palazzo Morando, Milan Aquarium, Gallery of Modern Art and Museum of the Risorgimento). There are exhibitions at the Triennale, the Pac and the Royal Palace, the small galleries scattered throughout the city, the Pinacoteca di Brera and the Ambrosiana. Not to forget the famous Last Supper by Leonardo da Vinci. Then there are the theaters, cinemas ... in short, there is something for everyone.
Day 3 and 4: Florence - Extremely important and famous its monuments and works of art: Piazza Duomo, with the Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore, Giotto's Bell Tower and the Baptistery of San Giovanni, Piazza della Signoria, with the Palazzo della Signoria (Palazzo Vecchio), the Loggia dei Lanzi and the Uffizi Gallery with the prized "Spring" by Botticelli, Ponte Vecchio, Palazzo Pitti and the Boboli Gardens are some of the main places of interest.
Day 5, 6, 7: Rome – Rome is worth a visit at least three days. Arrived in Rome let’s go and see the Vatican, with St. Peter's Basilica, the Vatican Museums, the Sistine Chapel and Castel Sant'Angelo. The next day you can devote to visit the city: Spanish Steps, Piazza Navona, the Trevi Fountain, the Pantheon, the Colosseum. You can not leave without plunging even further in ancient Rome with the Roman Forum and the Imperial Forum and the Capitoline Museums.
Day 5, 6, 7: Naples - The historic centre is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is a unique and fascinating city, chaotic and contradictory. A universe to explore, with a huge artistic heritage: from the Royal Palace to the Naples underground, from the Treasure of San Gennaro at the Capodimonte Museum and to the San Severo chapel with the Veiled Christ. Just outside the city do not miss the ruins of Herculaneum and Pompeii and the elegant Royal Palace of Caserta.
Day 10, 11: Catania - Located at the foot of Mount Etna that with its eruptions often gives her a special charm, Catania, overlooking the Ionian Sea, is a splendid city of art, undisputed example of Sicilian Baroque. For this Catania is a UNESCO world heritage site along with the other cities in the Val di Noto. Visit Catania is a constant surprise: you can walk among the great eighteenth-century avenues and relax in one of the “bar” along the beautiful Via Etnea, the pulsating heart of Catania worldliness and ideal place for shopping. An itinerary full of suggestions is the one dedicated to the nearby Etna park, among pine forests, black lava surfaces and steaming craters. And just a few kilometers away is the famous Taormina with the ancient Greek theater.