My Italian Bucket List

My "Bucket List" of things to do in Italy!

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  • Throw a coin in Trevi Fountain for luck/wish to return.
  • Visit Vatican City -- There is so much to do in Vatican City.  The Pope offers a blessing one day a week, St. Peter's Basilica, the Sistine Chapel, and museums are some of the offerings available at Vatican City.
  • Tour the Colosseum -- There are tours that explain all about the bloody history of the Colosseum.
  • Walk around Campo de Fiori -- Campo de Fiori has an amazing farmer's market.  The food and flowers are a sight to behold.
  • Head to the Spanish Steps.
  • Watch people in Piazza Navona.
  • See the Cinque Terre -- Cinque Terre is composed of five villages: Monterosso al Mare, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola, and Riomaggiore.  They are a UNESCO World Heritage Site.  Cinque Terre is connected by trains and boats, and inaccessible by car.
  • Take a Gondola ride in Venice -- Snuggle up with your significant other and enjoy a romantic evening ride to see Venice all lit up.
  • Visit St. Mark's and watch people in the square.
  • Head to the Bridge of Sighs -- Rialto Bridge is a popular tourist spot.
  • Take a day trip to Murano/Burano -- Murano is known for its glass; and Burano is known for its lace.
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  • Drive along the Tuscan countryside to view the wildflowers, including poppies.
  • Visit the David -- The David is a marble masterpiece created by Michelangelo.
  • Tour Uffizi -- Uffizi holds priceless collections from the Italian Renaissance.
  • Take a walk to Ponte Vecchio.
  • Get a picture in Pisa and enjoy the sights -- The Tower was spared from a WWII artillery strike because a US sergeant was impressed by the beauty.  There is also a cathedral by the Tower.
  • Visit vineyards in the Tuscan region.
  • Walk around San Gimignano -- San Gimignano is known for its Medieval towers.
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  • Visit Civita di Bagnoregio -- Erosion has altered this town over the centuries; and Civita di Bagnoregio owes the unchanged nature of the town to its isolation.  The population surges to 100 during the summer, from around 10 during winter time.
  • Take in the views from Mole Antonelliana (in Turin).
  • Enjoy Lake Como -- The Huffington Post has called it the most beautiful lake in the world.
  • Visit the Duomo (in Milan).
  • View, or ski, the Italian Alps.
  • Head to Juliet's house in Verona.
  • Take in the landscape in Umbria.
  • Walk around Positano -- Positano is a beautiful area on the Amalfi Coast, and is close to many beaches on the Amalfi Coast.
  • Visit Mount Etna in Sicily -- Sicily also has several beaches, popular Palermo, and Valley of the Temples.
  • Head to see Pompeii ruins -- Pompeii was covered in ash when Mount Vesuvius erupted.  It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • Eat pizza in Naples.
  • Enjoy some gelato.

Hope you enjoy Italy,
Marianne