The incredible landmark is one of the most popular attractions the world over.
Many people head to Pisa on their Italian vacation. But, the stop is often no more than a quick swoop in for the cursory photo holding up the Leaning Tower of Pisa.
According to legend, twin brothers Romulus and Remus founded the city in 753 BC.
Who doesn’t have a case of spring fever?
Chinese police officer have started patrolling streets around some of Italy’s most famous attractions in Rome and Milan.
From aqueducts to roads, the Roman influence on the world can still be felt to this day. And, for visitors tight on time, the key to visiting The Eternal City is to hit the major sites.
Despite the fact that it is somewhat of an engineering blunder, there is something strangely beautiful about the Leaning Tower of Pisa. Throngs of tourists who flock to Pisa to marvel at the tower or to have their picture made at an angle that looks as through they’re holding up the tower agree.
Americans will on average spend an average of $1,180 per person on summer vacation, according to the latest American Express Spending & Saving Tracker. “Consumers want deeper, richer experiences when they travel,” David Patron, vice president of American Express Travel, said in a news release. “When a traveler visits a…
Boiling Italy down to five must-see attractions is a nearly impossible task. But, if one could only visit a handful of the country’s legendary landmarks, here are five that ought to be considered.
SIENA, Italy — Sitting at the peak of a hill in the heart of this Tuscan city, Siena Cathedral just looks divine. The house of worship towers above the rolling Tuscan landscape around it as if to beckon visitors. Built between 1215 and 1263, the cathedral is considered by many to…