Do not miss the opportunity. Get your hands on the below top tourist attractions in Italy.
The Palazzo Pitti is also called the Pitti Palace, is a huge palace in Florence. The palazzo was originally the town residence of a Florentine banker Luca Pitti from 1458. Later Medici family was bough the palace in 1549, one of the most notorious families of Italy. Later generations used the palazzo as a treasure house of jewelry, amassed paintings, luxurious possessions and plates. Now the palace and the Boboli gardens house the Silver Museum, the Palatine Gallery, the Costume Gallery, the Museum of Modern Art, the Museum of Carriages and the Porcelain Museum.
Castel del Monte
Castel del Monte located in Andria on a small hill in the Apulia region. It was built by the Emperor Frederick II during the 1240s. Castel del Monte has neither a drawbridge nor a moat and some contemplate it has not been deliberated as a defensive fortress. This is a wonderful symmetrical Castel and gives amazing views of the surrounding countryside. The castle is great example of medieval military architecture.
San Gimignano is located in the region of Siena, Tuscany and it is a small walled middle aged hill town. The well-preserved buildings within the walls are perfect examples of both Gothic architecture and Romanesque. People from many parts of the world come here to have the famous Golden Ham. white wine is the other speciality of the lacation. It is made of saffron and Vernaccia di San Gimignano, produced from the ancient variety of Vernaccia grape.
Positano is located on the Amalfi Coast and it is a small town. It is enclosed in the hills leading down to the coast. Positano is renowned for its scenic beauty, rugged terrain and picturesque towns. Main sights are Byzantine icon of a black Madonna from thirteenth-century and the dome in the church Santa Maria Assunta made of majolica tiles. Because of its beauty, it has been featured in many films.