Italy is known as the land of music, art, fashion, wine, architecture, some of the best dishes in the world, a land packed with landmarks and attractions. So, it is quite difficult to decide where to travel first once you arrive there. Italy consists of twenty regions and each region is beautiful in its own unique way. What is interesting is that 2/3 of the UNESCO’s world historic and cultural heritage list can be found in Italy. Since most people don’t have time to travel and visit all the places in Italy at least not at once, we will suggest a few must-visit places.
The first one is obviously, the capital city of Italy – Rome. This city is known for the rich history marked by ups and downs and the place where the tiniest state in the world is located (Vatican). Rome is often described as a city of fashion, elegance, glamour and friendly people. Throw a coin in the Fontana di Trevi and try some pasta in the local restaurants to feel the spirit of this city.
Second, you can also check Venice, the city on the north shores of Adriatic Sea. Instead of streets you will find channels and structures built on bridges and platforms. This is definitely one of the most unique cities in Europe and in the world. Venice is also the place where one of the most famous film festivals in the world is held and you can also check the annual carnival. This city is known for the production of glass, mirrors and items made of silver, gold and leather.
Finally, Italy is home to the biggest island in the Mediterranean Sea – Sicily. This island has a very unique culture and tradition much different from the things you will see in the mainland. According to many experienced travelers and historians, Sicily combines all the Mediterranean cultures in one place. You can find traces of ancient Greek, ancient Roman, Byzantine, Arab and Spanish culture as well as some Norman elements. The island is packed with natural beauties and beautiful beaches.
Although the summer period is nearly over, this doesn’t mean that you should not think about travelling. After all, there are many travel destinations where the climate is acceptable throughout the year. In case you are ready to take your first exclusive vacation and you are prepared to spend more money, we suggest traveling to some of these exclusive travel destinations.
Lake Como, Italy
This is one of the most famous lakes in the world. Lake vacation usually means a lot of drinking, eating, loud music and attractive girls and guys, but Lake Como is something completely different. Many celebrities visit this place because they want to enjoy the beautiful coast of this lake surrounded with beautiful mountains that provide discretion. You will be amazed by the number of exclusive villas and hotels there.
St. Vincent and Grenadine
This exotic island located in the Caribbean Sea has long been considered to be a family island for the Biriths royal family. It was Princes Margaret who has built the first villa here, while Prince William together with Dutchess Kate rent a villa almost every year. This island has some amazing beaches and lagoons, but in order to stay there you will need to spend at least $3.000 per day.
St. Tropez, France
It is not unusual to find Hollywood superstars in the south part of France. They obviously know what is good. St. Tropez is a small place in France which is used as a base by people who want to explore the Mediterranean Sea with their luxurious yachts.
The Maldives are the favorite place for relaxation for the rich and famous. These islands are located south of India and they are surrounded by the crustal clear waters of the Indian Ocean. They are very popular among honeymooners.
Now this is a travel destination that can be used by people with different budgets. There is both inexpensive and luxurious accommodation in this Asian country and what you can expect from it is beautiful beaches, jungle tours and excellent shopping opportunities.
Spain is considered as the second largest country in Western Europe and the most mountainous one after Switzerland. The most suitable time to travel to Spain is spring as during that time the weather is most suitable. During the months of July and August the resorts are most crowded. Mainly people come to visit Spain for sun, sand, and self-indulgence. Moreover, people visit Spain for beaches and nights in the club. Apart from beaches, there are many extraordinary variety of things to be done, such as climbing snow-capped peaks and diving into the protected Medes Islands.
You can visit various cities in Spain such as Madrid, Barcelona, Bilbao, Seville, Valencia, and many more. Each of these cities has their own distinct flavor. Despite of these diversities, these cities are bound with remarkable history and cultural trends. You can also travel to Spain to see museums, galleries, and many more sightseeing.
The climate of Spain is warmer than France or Italy in the winter; however, is colder than winters of Delhi. While travelling to any place, you should check the weather forecast to know whether it would be suitable to travel during that time or not.
Generally, the meal available at a small café will be available at an average of 4-6 Euros per person. However, eating in a good restaurant would cost you from 20-25 Euros per person. The accommodation charges would depend on the kind of the restaurant that you have selected and it would cost 45-55 Euros for a night for a double room.
You will find amazing wine in Spain and would get chance to taste sample wine and sherries. Few things that you should not miss in Spain are:
· Bull Fighting
· Lying on sun
· La Tomatina festival
· Running with the Bulls
You should approach a tourism country to better plan your travel to Spain.