Italy can be safely called a paradise for lovers. One will hardly find another country that has so many romantic places that are famous worldwide.
They were sung by poets, songs were composed about them, but hearing and seeing are different things. Which Italian cities should lovers go to?
Venice (Venezia) is a city called one of the most romantic in Italy and throughout the world. It is literally created for lovers, thousands of whom flock here in search of romance. What could be better than a gondola ride in the rays of the sunset, feeding pigeons in the picturesque San Marko square? You can fully enjoy a romantic candlelit dinner while watching the leisurely rhythm of the city on the water. However, this is not all that can impress lovers in fabulous Venice.
Who doesn’t know the sad love story of Romeo and Juliet? For several centuries, Verona, where the action in the play of the same name by Shakespeare took place, has been popular among couples in love. Where else but here you can feel the real spirit of romance, standing under Juliet’s balcony, reading the inscriptions on the walls of her house, or writing a love message to each other?
Florence (Firenze) is a city of inspiration. Here, Dostoevsky finished his famous work “The Idiot,” and world-famous masters of art such as Leonardo da Vinci, Botticelli, and Donatello worked. So, Florence has a spirit of love, inspiration, and elegance in the air. To this day, thousands of tourists come to this city in search of a muse. And they find it in a beautiful picturesque city that has withstood the test of time with dignity.
Civita di Bagnoregio
Civita di Bagnoregio is a city for couples who love outdoor activities and do not miss the opportunity to discover something new. In the 17th century, Civita di Bagnoregio fell into the very epicenter of the riot of the elements when landslides hit the city caused by a strong earthquake. Although this city is now abandoned, many tourists visit it here: to admire the stunning landscapes or visit the abandoned fortresses.
Rome (Roma) – the capital of Italy, is also considered one of the most romantic cities. Here every couple in love will find their special place, the memories of which will remain forever. Rome is a fantastic blend of centuries of tradition and architecture with fashionable boutiques and luxury hotels. ‘All roads lead to Rome’ says the proverb, and in fact, many want to return to the capital of Italy by throwing a coin into the famous Trevi Fountain.
Perched on a cliffside overlooking the azure waters of the Amalfi Coast, the quaint town of Positano offers an enchanting escape for those in pursuit of romance. Its stunning architecture, pleasing even to the most discerning eye, seamlessly blends with the vibrant life of its streets and the serene beauty of its coastal setting.
Developed infrastructure caters to both nocturnal enthusiasts and those eager for daytime adventures, ensuring a visit filled with diverse experiences. The culmination of a day spent exploring Positano’s charms can be best enjoyed over a quiet, candlelit dinner at one of its cozy seaside cafés, where the rhythmic sound of the waves complements an unforgettable romantic evening.