Italy summer vacation

Italy Summer Vacation: 5 Amazing Places Aligned with “The Stars”

If you’re planning an Italy summer vacation, or even a visit during the shoulder season, make sure these 5 “star-struck” destinations top your list.

Known for its stunning landscapes, rich history, mouthwatering cuisine, and vibrant culture, Italy is a top-tier destination you’ll often see in popular films.

Whether you’re a movie enthusiast, a history buff, a foodie, or simply seeking a sun-soaked escape, Italy has something for everyone. An Italy summer vacation will surely to be a memorable getaway.

So, find out about the top 5 places to walk in the footsteps of movie stars. It’s great inspiration to begin planning an your Italian getaway. You’ll discover that not All Roads Lead to Rome!

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Why You’ll Never Forget the 14 Soaring San Gimignano Towers of Tuscany

It’s hard to miss the San Gimignano towers along the Tuscan skyline near Siena, Italy. More fascinating than the medieval skyscrapers themselves, is the story of how they came to be. In its heyday, San Gimignano Italy had as many as 72 towers! When you visit one of the prettiest medieval towns, you’ll discover the 14 remaining towers that remain–which are simply unforgettable. Read on to find out why.

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The Best Place to See the Sunset Over Florence [Fiesole Italy]

Exploring the Tuscan Hill Town of Fiesole

Nestled in the gentle curve between two mountains high above Florence, Italy, you’ll find Fiesole. Favored by aristocrats and wealthy Florentines for its summer breezes and stunning views, it lies across the Arno River and less than thirty minutes northeast of Florence. I think it’s the best place to see the sunset over Florence.

The ancient Tuscan hill town with Etruscan-Roman beginnings offers opportunities to explore the remains of Roman baths, a Roman amphitheater, and the grassy hill on which Leonardo da Vinci experimented with flight. For centuries, this picturesque village has inspired great literature and renaissance art.

Fiesole was a serendipitous break from Florence’s bustling city landscape for me and my friend Mary, both itinerant shutter-bugs. We found it to be an ideal place to explore while capturing a beautiful sunset over Florence. Read on to find out what you should know before you go.

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