A stunning, elaborate Baroque gem of a fountain. This famous sight is a must while in the city. Beautiful even at night.
Witness the beauty of one of the best preserved Roman buildings. The structure was rebuilt in the 2nd century by the emperor Hadrian.
An awe-inspiring sight and a gem. See the largest amphitheater used for gladiatorial contests with your own eyes – it’s a must when in Rome.
Take a walk around and see the large square crowned by the Fountain of the Four Rivers, as well as an Egyptian obelisk and other monuments.
A monumental square with beautiful sights scattered around. The famous Spanish Steps are a must, as well as the fountain and the French church.
From triumphal arches to the houses of Emperors, the Roman Forum and Palatine Hill contain the remains of the heart of the Roman world.
An edifice built by the emperor Hadrian in the 2nd century served in the past as a castle and a prison. Nowadays it serves as a museum.
Explore one of the Seven Hills of Rome. Being a mythological place, quite a many archaeological finds were uncovered here.
A Neoclassical square with very rich history, lined by Baroque churches. Notice the Egyptian obelisk right in the middle.
The main and most famous square of Venice is always bustling with life. It offers great views of the surrounding landmarks.
Crossing the Grand Canal, this pedestrian bridge is one of Venice's gems. White marble and archs make it just marvellous.
Admire this 17th-century fountain which is not only a source of water, but also a papal monument, depicting the four major rivers in the world.
This striking Gothic palace is one of the most visited attractions of Venice. Don't miss out on The Doge's Apartments and other rooms!
An absolute must see of Venice. This church is a mix of Italian and Byzantine styles and its gilded interior is just incredible.
Can you believe that this triumphal arch is 1,800 years old? Come and see this stunning sight dating back to the dawn of human history.
You can climb to this nice park from the famous Piazza del Popolo and enjoy the view from bird's perspective. It is worth the effort!
Discover this famous square designed by Michelangelo. Check out the surrounding buildings as well as the statue of Marcus Aurelius.
Crossing the Arno River, this closed bridge with archs is one of the oldest structures in Florence and an absolute must-see.
Even though the once majestic fora are now in ruins, they’re still worth your visit. Come and see the former centers of Roman political life.
Nicknamed 'Il Duomo', this cathedral is probably the most famous sight of Florence with its huge dome and amazing radiant facade.
Witness the preparation of various Venetian specialties. Try out the freshest, tasty seafood, as well as vegetables and fruits.