The Dolomites and the Alps, lakes, hills and breathtaking coastline. Northern Italy is a place to discover for its unique landscape and orgasmic foods. We take a look at the most beautiful places to see once in Northern Italy.
Piazza Castello and its Palazzo Madama in the centerpiece of the main square of Turin. From here you can start discovering the city and baroque buildings. Make sure to visit the amazing villas, the historical cafes and to enjoy the vibrant Turin’s gay nightlife.
Contemporary buildings, fashion and the most active gay life of Italy. Milan is a city you want not to miss during your trip in the Bel Paese. Once in town make sure to visit the Duomo with its white marble façade, the amazing Sforzesco Castle and the liberty Porta Venezia district, the heart of the Milan’s gay life.
Venice is a dream that everyone deserves to live. One of the best thing to do once in Venice is to get lost in its little streets and passageways. But not be scared: you will not get truly lost because everything lies around Piazza San Marco: the most elegant square of Italy and the perfect spot to drink a coffee or meet friends.
4. Cortina d’Ampezzo
Cortina is one of the most loved towns from the winter sports lovers. Here you will find ski resorts and breath-taking mountain views. During winter season the chocolate box chalets are covered with heavy snow and the houses pleanty of romantic lights.
Langhe is the Piedmont regions known for its wine. Here you will find a breathtaking vineyard-covered hills and wine cellars ready to give you some great tastes of their wine. Make sure to visit Barolo, Alba, Barbaresco and Monforte.
6. Tre Cime di Lavaredo
The amazing mountain ranges of the Dolomites are the perfect destnations for those in love with nature and hiking. This area is full of trails and in Tre Cime di Lavaredo you will find one of the best spot to go hiking in the wild Italian nature.
7. Cinque Terre
The Cinque Terre is a coastal region in the Liguria and it comprises five villages: Monterosso al Mare to Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola, and Riomaggiore. The region is famous worldwide for its dramatic scenery and colorful towns.
8. Bagni di Bormio
Bormio is a small town to Switzerland and it is famous to be one of the best hot springs towns in Italy. Once here make sure to relax in the Bagni Vecchi and enjoy the Valtellina foods.
9. Lake Como
Lake Como is known for its outstanding natural beauty, crystalline bays and amazing architecture. It is just one hour from Milan and this make the Lake a very popular destination for whom is come in the fashion city of Italy. Prepare to be impressed by the spectacular lakeside vistas and take a boat trip to one of the central islands.