Lombardy

Each Ialian region is divided into provinces, and each province is divided into municipalities. Here we list the 10 most beautiful Italian regions to visit!
Lombardy is a region in Northern Italy. Its capital, Milan, is a global hub of fashion and finance, with many high-end shops and restaurants.
One of Italy’s largest regions, Lombardy lies in the north of the country.

Lazio

Lazio is a central Italian region bordering the Tyrrhenian Sea. Its principal city, Rome, is Italy’s capital and was at the heart of the ancient Roman Empire.

Campania

Campania is a region in southwestern Italy known for its ancient ruins and dramatic coastline. Naples city is the regional capital.

A bustling city with a striking natural setting between the iconic gray cone of Mt. Vesuvius and the deep blue waters of the Golfo di Napoli.

Veneto

Veneto is a northeastern Italian region stretching from the Dolomite Mountains to the Adriatic Sea. Venice is its regional capital.

A beautiful City famed for its canals, Gothic architecture and Carnival celebrations. Veneto was part of the powerful Venetian Republic for more than 1,000 years.

Sicily

It is an autonomous region of Italy, along with surrounding islands, officially referred to as Siciliana. Sicily is located in the central Mediterranean Sea, south of the Italian Peninsula, from which it is separated by the narrow Strait of Messina.

Emilia-Romagna

Emilia-Romagna is a region in northern Italy, extending from the Apennine Mountains to the Po River in the north.

It’s known for its medieval cities, rich gastronomy and seaside resorts. The capital, Bologna, is a vibrant city with an 11th-century university.

Piedmont

Piedmont bordering France and Switzerland, sits at the foot of the Alps.

It’s known for sophisticated cuisine and wines. Turin, the capital, has abundant baroque architecture and the monumental landmark Mole Antonelliana.

Apulia

Puglia forming the heel of Italy’s “boot,” is known for its whitewashed hill towns.

Capital Bari is a vibrant port and university town, while Lecce is known as “Florence of the South” for its baroque architecture.

Tuscany

Tuscany is a region in central Italy. Its capital, Florence, is home to some of the world’s most recognizable Renaissance art and architecture.

Calabria

Calabria, in southwest Italy, occupies the “toe” of the country’s boot-shaped peninsula.

It’s a sun-baked region of rugged mountains, old-fashioned villages and dramatic coastline, with many popular beaches.

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