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Cheap places to visit in Italy

by 8. August 2012 05:42
For those who want to choose Italy for their weekend, through the internet and search engines for cheap flights you can find surprisingly affordable solutions and very cheap flight with return tickets. According to this travel blog, below are listed the most interesting destinations to discover are:

Pisa
The city of the Leaning Tower is one of the most beautiful places of art and appreciated in Italy. In addition to an inevitable visit to the building that made it famous around the world, we recommend a visit to the Baptistery, the Cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta, the Monumental Cemetery and the Museum of Ancient Ships.

Milan
Search for flights to Malpensa airport with Skyscanner and EasyJet is easy to find some cheap ones, as well as for the LinateAirport.Tthe many planes that are available make Milan incredibly accessible and easy to reach from anywhere in Italy. For those who have never visited the capital city of Lombardy, we recommend starting from the Cathedral, continuing to the nearby Galleria and later on via Torino, where you can discover the best shopping options and some of the most famous places of the city.

Bari
The capital of Puglia has many things to do and see and do not miss a visit to Norman - Swabian Castle, one of the largest buildings in the region. It is also worth seeing the Piazza Santa Maria del Buoncosiglio, Piazza Mercantile and the Petruzzelli Theatre. If you want to relax we recommend visiting the Promenade Crollalanza which is full of places to see and don’t forget theBread beach and Tomato frequented by the locals.

Cagliari
TheCastello district of Cagliari is one of the most beautiful areas to visit in the capital of Sardinia. Do not miss a visit to the Cathedral, Palace Square: it was built by the Pisans in 1200, also it has the testimony of the following names, which make it a monument rich in history and art.

Genoa
The capital of Liguria takes its current name in the Middle Ages by Janus and the meaning of this choice lies in the dual nature of this city that just as the gods have two faces, given that one is facing the sea and the other the mountains. Genoa is not frequented by tourists, traditionally was always attracted by the beauty of the Cinque Terre.

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