If you are planning a coach holiday to Italy, you have come to the right place, as this article will guide you about the places to visit in the country that are not popular but are worth a visit.
Naples is one of the oldest cities in Italy that is located in the Campania region in Southern Italy. If you love food, Naples will be your heaven, as the city is famous for parmigiana, pizza, and spaghetti. If you go to Naples, you can venture a little more and go visit Pompeii and Bay of Naples.
Sicily is the largest island in Italy and has a rich art and history. Some of the places that you should check out include Agrigento’s Valley of the Temples, Mount Etna, and the Palermo’s Baroque churches.
Italian Lake District
Italian Lake District is in the North of Italy and the topography mainly consists of mountains and lakes that go deeper into the Alps. The place is popular amongst tourists who love scenic beauty. Some of the beautiful places that you should check out include Garda, Como, and Maggiore.
Cinque Terre consists of five villages that comprise of Corniglia, Manarola, Monterosso, Riomaggiore, and Vernazza. The entire region is home to beautiful landscapes, wine terraces, and stunning coastal views.
Tuscany is home to cypress trees, rolling hills, and stunning vineyards. There is so much to do in the area from relaxing at the San Gimignano to exploring the beautiful architecture. The medieval city of Sienna and Elba Island (home to the Leaning Tower of Pisa) are place that you should visit.
Amalfi Coast is known for its picturesque coastline, steep cliffs, beautiful bays, and lemon tree gardens. If you are on your honeymoon, make sure you visit the Amalfi Coast, as you will love the pastel houses, pebbled beaches, and the beautiful mountains.