Photos of the YourGuidetoItaly.com banner (from left to right): (on campus) Sean Locke, (red deckchair) Valentina Jori, (chianti botlle) Donald Gruener, (Vitruvian man) Jodie Coston, (coliseum), Roberto A Sanchez, (Fiat 500) Luca di Filippo.
Ascoli Piceno: known as "piccola Siena" (little Siena) for the harmoney and elegance of its medieval and Renaissance buildings.
Assisi: situated in Umbria, the city of "San Francesco" is enclosed in a broad circle of medieval walls. It is rich in monuments which are exceptional both for their architecture and their figurattve art.
Amalfi: Amalfi is the main town of the Costiera Amalfitana, and is today an important tourist destination together with other towns on the same coast, such as Positano, Ravello and others. Its tall white houses are built on slopes facing the see in a wonderful setting. Amalfi is included in the UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
Arezzo: the tuscan town has many reminders of its Etruscan and Roman past and is the birthplace of several famous men, such as Petrach, Guido d'Arezzo and probably Maecenas, the legendary patron of art and letters.
Bellagio: the town occupies a magnificent site on a promontory dividing Lake Lecco from the Southern arm of Lake Como.
Ercolano: an ancient Roman town that like Pompeii was overwhelmed during the AD 79 eruption of Vesuvius.
Ferrara: a tranquil town with red-brick houses, austere palaces and charming squares. The melancholic atmosphere of the town was a source of inspiration for painters such as De Chirico and Carrà.
Abbazia di Fossanova
Promontorio del Gargano
Gubbio: an ancient Umbrian town situated at the foot of Mount Ingino, rich in monuments testifying to its glorious past. Architecturally, Gubbio is the absolute masterpiece of medieval civilization.
Lago di Braies
Regione dei Laghi: the lake district extends from Piedmont to Veneto and From Switzerland to Trentino in the north.
Lago di Lugano
Lago di Como
Lago di Garda
Lucca: charming town with a rich heritage of churches, palaces, squares and streets.
Abbazia di Montecassino
Abbizzia di Monte Oiveto Maggiore
Monte grappa (Bassano del Grappa)
Golfo di Napoli
Passo di Sella: a pass in the Dolomites offering the most extensive panoramas.
Certosa di Pavia
Perugia: capital of Umbria and city of art with an abundant artistic and cultural heritage.
Golfo di Policastro
Abbazia di Pomposa
Promontorio di Portofino (Portofino Peninsula)
La Riviera Ligure
Reggia di Caserta
Riviera del Brenta
Terra dei Trulli:a region extending between Fassano, Ostuni, Martina Franca and Alberobello. It takes its name from the bizarre buildings, the trulli, which are to be found almost everywhere.
Val Gardena: one of the most famous valleys in the Dolomites.