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Incredible Italy has so much to offer!

There's so much more to Italy than pizza and pasta (although that's an awesome added bonus)! The Tuscan countryside offers wine tasting and scenic views, the capital of Rome features ancient ruins including the Roman Forum and Colosseum, Florence boasts some of the world's most famous pieces of art, while Venice brings to life an entire city built on water. Plan your Italian adventure with Vacations by Marriott Bonvoy today, and remember, Vacations by Marriott Bonvoy is the only place you can book a complete vacation with airfare and earn Marriott BonvoyTM points!

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The country boasts an impressive number of UNESCO World Heritage sites, showcasing the remnants of ancient Roman civilization, medieval architecture, and Renaissance masterpieces. Strolling through Rome's Colosseum, gazing at Michelangelo's David in Florence's Galleria dell'Accademia, or wandering through the ruins of Pompeii are experiences that transport you back in time.

From the serene Amalfi Coast to the beautiful rolling hills of Tuscany. The Italian Alps offer awe-inspiring vistas for outdoor enthusiasts, providing opportunities for skiing, hiking, and even snowboarding. The serene and enchanting islands of Sicily, Sardinia, and Capri are perfect getaways.

From the delights of pizza in Naples to the handmade pasta of Bologna, every region boasts its unique culinary specialties. Exploring local markets, savoring authentic gelato, and indulging in creamy cappuccinos.

Home to some of the world's most renowned masterpieces, the country provides countless opportunities for art enthusiasts to immerse themselves in the works of great artists like Leonardo da Vinci, Botticelli, and Caravaggio. From the Vatican Museums in Rome to the Uffizi Gallery in Florence.

The Colosseum, one of the New Seven Wonders of the World, offers a glimpse into the grandeur and power of the Roman Empire. The Vatican City, situated within Rome, captivates visitors with its stunning St. Peter's Basilica and the incredible artwork of the Sistine Chapel, painted by Michelangelo.

Another must-visit destination in Italy is Florence. The Uffizi Gallery houses an impressive collection of Renaissance masterpieces, including the iconic Birth of Venus by Botticelli. The magnificent Florence Cathedral, or Duomo, with its stunning dome designed by Brunelleschi.

Venice is a unique and enchanting city that captures the hearts of all who visit. With its picturesque canals, grand palaces, and vibrant festivals. Taking a gondola ride along the iconic Grand Canal and exploring the narrow streets of the city.

For nature lovers, the Amalfi Coast is a dream destination.The scenic town of Positano, with its pastel-colored houses cascading down the hillside, is a picture-perfect spot to relax and enjoy the Italian dolce vita.

Another gem of Italy is the captivating city of Siena, located in Tuscany. The Piazza del Campo, one of the most magnificent squares in Italy, hosts the exhilarating Palio horse race twice a year, a spectacle that showcases the city's passion and tradition.

Buried under volcanic ash after the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD, this archaeological site offers an eerie glimpse into the daily life of a Roman city frozen in time.

Spring, from April to June, is considered one of the most favorable seasons to experience Italy's beauty. Spring offers an abundance of flower festivals and vibrant gardens, such as the  Corsa dei Ceri in Gubbio or the charming Verona in Love festival.

Summer, from July to August, is the peak tourist season in Italy. Coastal towns such as Amalfi, Cinque Terre, and the beautiful islands of Sicily and Sardinia become the go-to destinations for beach lovers.

Fall, from September to November, brings cooler temperatures and fewer tourists. It is also the season of grape harvest, which means you can participate in wine festivals and taste the finest Italian wines.

Winter, from December to February, offers a unique experience for those willing to brave the colder temperatures. While the cities might be chillier, the ski resorts in the Italian Alps are in full swing. Regions like Trentino and Valle d'Aosta become a haven for winter sports enthusiasts.