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Italy is known as the country of “Life and Style”, of art and culture, of good food and fashion, and it is the ideal place to take your team. Italy offers something special to each of its visitors. Visit the countless museums, historic monuments, and beautiful landscapes, ski on thrilling mountain slopes, taste delicious food and wine. From quaint artistic villages to historically important towns to huge European cosmopolitan cities, there is something here for everyone. Come play soccer in Italy and you will instantly realize that Italian soccer can only be described as passionate and exciting!
Como is a lively and pleasant town with an appealing historical centre and a scenic location at the southern end of the east branch of Lake Como. Lake Como, also called “the star with three points”, is made up of three branches, united in the charming central lake. Como occupies a very strategic position and is the perfect base to explore Milan and parts of Switzerland.
Sights to see in Como: Cathedral of Como, San Fedele Cathedral, Porta Vittoria, Basilica of Sant’Abbondio, Lido Villa Olmo, Bellagio at Lake Como, the Como Funicular, Funicular Railway, Volto Lighthouse, Isola Comacina and much more!
Venezia, La Serenissima, Queen of the Adriatic, city of canals and palaces. Venice’s nature is dual: water and land, long history and doubtful future, airy delicacy and dim melancholy. If this precious place does sink, the world will be the poorer. For a thousand years the city was one of the most enduring mercantile sea powers on the face of the earth. Today the brilliance and influence have long since faded, leaving a town of tarnished glories, out of time and out of place, so achingly beautiful it’s hard not to look for the back of the set.
Sights to see in Venice: St. Mark’s Square, Doge’s Palace, Torre dell’Ordogio, Bridge of Sighs, Basilica San Marco, Rialto Bridge, Galleria dell’Accademia, Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Venice Lido, Campanile, take a Gondola Ride, Grand Canal, Rialto Market and much more!
Few cities are as easy to fall in love with during a short stay than Florence. As the birthplace of the Italian Renaissance, Florence is known for its incredible art and architecture, and its vast history and culture. Impressive buildings, remarkable galleries, and beautiful churches are crammed with treasures depicting the Florentine love of display. The russet rooftops and lofty domes of Florence’s skyline provide a picturesque view of the striking city. There are also many side trips from Florence, such as Pisa and the Chianti Region.
Sights to see in Florence: Michelangelo’s David, Palazzo Vecchio, Signoria Square, Old Bridge, Uffizi Palace, Uiffzi Gallery, Duomo of Florence, The Dome of Brunelleschi, Pitti Palace, Octagonal Baptistery, Museo dell’Opera del Duomo, II Gelato Vivoli, Santa Croce, Museo Nazionale del Bargello, Mercato Centrale and much more!
It’s hard to say what you’ll find most breathtaking about the Eternal City – the historical buildings, the fabulous artwork, the modern vs. ancient duality, the great food, or the interesting mix of people. Make like the locals and arouse your senses in the multitude of pleasures the city has to offer, from the thrill of feeling centuries of turbulent history under your feet to the enjoyment of eating chestnut gelato on a hot day. Here modern city buildings sit next to ancient city ruins, young college tourists sit next to weathered travelers, making this is a city for everyone.
Sights to see in Rome: The Colosseum, the Pantheon, Vatican City, Sistine Chapel, the Vatican museums, the Trevi Fountain, the Spanish Steps, the Ruins, Capitoline Museum, Borghese Gallery, Borghese Gardens, Piazza Navona, St, Peter’s Basilica, Campo de’Fiori, Piazza del Popolo, Trastevere, Ostia Antica, Ponte Sant’Angelo and much more!
For more information about Italy, visit the Italian Tourist Board website.