Italy

Languages:

Italian. English is understood in the larger cities. 

Time zone:

CET (UTC+1) 

Electricity:

Electrical current is 230 volts, 50Hz. A variety of plugs are in use including the European-style two-pin plug. 

Area:

301,338 sq km 

Population:

60,674,003 (2015 estimate) 

Currency:

The Euro is the official currency, divided into 100 cents. 

Religion:

Catholyc 

Government:

Unitary parliamentary republic 

Phone code:

+39 

Italy is one of the most visited tourist destinations in the world. This country in southern Europe is famed with its cultural and historical heritage, which resulted in beng the country with the largest number of Unesco World Heritage Sites. But Italy is much more then this. It is full of wonderful beaches, interesting landscapes and many, many modern attractions.
Italy is the home of the modern fashion with designers like Armani, Gucci, Dolce & Gabbana or Versace, with car constructors like Ferrari and Mazzerati, with unique population, which knows how to enjoy life and be very welcoming.
Each city in Italy has its unique characteristics, making it more fashion and business like Milan, or cosmopolitan like Rome, or Renaissance like Florence and unique like Venice or maybe friendly like Naples. Italy has something from everything - from the snowy tops of the Italian alps, trough the northern plains with the rich cities and down to the sunny beaches and coziness of the Italian south.

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Florence

Florence is one of the most beautiful cities in the world. This is the city that gave birth to a whole era in the human history - the Renaissance.
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Milan

Milan is the capital of Lombardy province and second biggest city in Italy. This is by all means the business capital of Italy and the place that all the major companies are represented. On the other ...

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Venice

Venice is a picturesque mix of classic art, immortal beauty, Victorian sophistication and an architectural heritage that draws millions of tourists to the city that sparks in the glow of timeless love...

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Naples

Naples is the capital of Campania province and 3rd largest city of Italy. It is a controversial city as it is considered and a good place to start your vacation in south Italy, and in same time it is ...

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Bologna

Bologna is the capital of Emilia province in Italy. It is a city rich with cultural gems and one of the best-kept secrets in northern Italy. It's well known for its food – one of the richest in the co...

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Milan

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