The Amalfi Coast
The Amalfi Coast is justifiably famous for its good looks, charming ways, and relaxed demeanor. Lying south of Naples, the Amalfi Coast comprises the southern flank of the Sorrento Peninsula, looking out on the Bay of Salerno.
Rome is often described as an open-air museum, packed not just with historical venues but also with artistic achievements that span the centuries. Home to the Roman Empire, the Renaissance, and the Vatican, the old world bumps into the modern age in this "Eternal City."
A lush triangle in northwest Italy, Tuscany is the fifth-largest
region in the country, something of a transitional area
between highly industrialized regions of Italy and those
that are still primarily agricultural.