One of the most famous landscapes in Europe is found in the region of Tuscany. Renowned for its beauty many people who have visited the region have fallen so much in love with the area that they have decided to stay there and remain permanently.

Lake Garda

Lake Garda is another lake that has been filled by melted glaciers, with it being the largest lake in Italy stretching for over 50 kilometers and being as wide as 16 kilometers in places. There are many towns that surround the lake and there are ferries that cross the water.

  • The History of Tourism in Italy

    The tourist industry in Italy has been happening for a number of centuries. The Southern half of the country were always popular with the ruins and ancient buildings of Rome being particularly appealing.

  • Tourism in North West Italy

    The Italian Riviera is a narrow strip of land between the Capo Corvo near Tuscany and the French border on the Cote d’Azur.

  • Tourism in Central Italy

    Rome is in the heart of the region and boasts the remaining landscapes of the Roman Empire. It is home to some of the world’s most famous landmarks, such as the Coliseum, The Pantheon and Trajan’s Column.

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    As Italy has moved into the 21st century it now possesses a tourist industry that is vital for the country’s economy. There are many different types of visitors to the country. Some for the sun and, some come for the snow and others will visit for the cultural experience. Whatever the reasons they have combined to make tourism one of the most important industrial sectors that Italy possesses.