Monterosso al Mare, Cinque Terre
The place, which is located in the most western part of all the Cinque Terre ‘Lands’ in Italy, is Monterosso al Mare.Monterosso al Mare is famous for its pleasant beach and open spaces.
Vernazza, Cinque Terre
This town has stolen our heart since many years! The Iconic Vernazza is considered to be a beautiful piece of historic Italian charm!Don’t forget to visit the Church of Santa Margherita and the hidden beach!
Corniglia, Cinque Terre
Corniglia is located in front of the sea as it is situated almost 100 metres higher up on a cliff-top. Try to get there if you love hiking! It is worth it.
Manarola, Cinque Terre
Arguably one of the most photographed towns in Cinque Terre, Manarola is a beautiful place to explore and of course grab a bite to eat!I swear that every time I visit Manarola I put on 4kg in weight! The gelato, the calamari, the wine… it’s all just too good.
Riomaggiore, Cinque Terre
Riomaggiore, which is the most southern village of Cinque Terre. t is considered to be a beautiful town. Enjoy here your afternoon be grabbing some local sea food!
Trieste is situated in the North Eastern edge of Italy and it is claimed to be a great place to start or even to end your road trip in Italy.
Lake Como is extremely famous among the Hollywood stars;George Clooney may be here! This beautiful place is almost a 1.5 hour’s drive north of Milan. Grab your suit and drive there.
LAosta is situated north in Turin and is nestled within the Italian Alps.The town is extremely old as it has a history of almost over 2,000 years.
The main town of San Miniato was mainly known among the medieval traders in Rome and in the rest of Europe, as it was a trade centre!
Florence is the most frequent choice if someone would like to start a road trip to Italy. This beautiful City is famous for its Ponte Vecchio and the Firenze Duomo.
It would be false to think that San Marino is a part of Italy.Although this little city is technically a tiny micro-state, you should definitely include it in your road trip if you are in Italy.
Nestled in the area southwest Umbria, Orvieto stands proudly on the top of a volcanic tuff. It is a great place to relax and spend your day, do not miss it.
Rome is the capital city of the modern Italian state and the home of the Roman Empire, Vatican City and of course Sophia Loren.
Pompeii is a “dead” town, well preserved by the lava of the Mount Vesuvius.Spend a morning to visit the town and see how life was in the past.