Tourist attractions in the Italian regions
On this page we present a selection of tourist attractions, in particular, places of historical or artistic interest, from which you can directly access the details page.
Found 6896 tourist attractions
Mantova- Piazza Sordello 52
The Ducal Palace of Mantua, also known as the Palace of the Gonzagas, is one of the main historical buildings of the city. Since 1308 was the official residence of the lords of Mantua, the Bonacolsi, and therefore the main residence of the ...
Palazzo dei Normanni
or Royal Palace in Palermo Palermo- Piazza Indipendenza
Seat has been rebuilding since the Norman era and is now the seat of the Regional Parliament. Guided tour of the rooms of Ruggero, of the Duke of Montalto, of Ercole, Pompeiana, Rossa, Gialla, courtyard and tower of the winds. Visits: every day except ...
Castello di San Giorgio
The castle of San Giorgio is one of the most representative monuments of the city of Mantua and is part of the Reggia dei Gonzaga. Built on the ruins of the "Church of Santa Maria di Capo di Bove" starting from 1395 ...
Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II
The Vittorio Emanuele II gallery is a shopping mall in Milan which, in the form of a covered pedestrian street, connects Piazza Duomo to Piazza della Scala. Due to the presence of elegant shops and premises, since its inauguration it was the seat of ...
Palazzo della Pilotta
Parma- Piazza della Pilotta, 3
The construction of this huge complex, conceived as a service palace of the ducal house, began in 1583 with the duke Ottavio Farnese. It takes its name from the game of the "pelota" that was practiced in one of the courtyards. ...
Ponte di Tiberio
Roman bridge (I century) Rimini- Viale Tiberio- San Giuliano Mare
The Tiberius bridge in Rimini was built in the ancient age. Its construction began in 14 AD under the reign of Augustus while the end of the work was in 21 AD, under the reign of Tiberius. ...
Arco di Augusto
from the Roman period (1st century BC) Rimini- Largo Giulio Cesare
The Arch of Augustus in Rimini was consecrated to Emperor Augustus by the Roman Senate in 27 BC. It is the oldest surviving Roman arch. It marked the end of the Via Flaminia that connected the city of Romagna to the capital ...
Milano- Piazza Castello
Castello Sforzesco is one of the main symbols of Milan and its history. It was built in the fifteenth century by Francesco Sforza, recently became Duke of Milan, on the remains of a previous fortification dating from the fourteenth century known as ...
Palazzo Te is a monumental building in Mantua, built between 1524 and 1534 commissioned by Federico II Gonzaga, it is the most famous work of the Italian architect Giulio Romano. Today the complex is home to ...
Palazzo di San Sebastiano
Mantova- largo 24 Maggio, 12
The palace was built between 1506 and 1508 to be the favorite residence of the Marquis Francesco II Gonzaga, who died there in 1519. Gerolamo Arcari and Bernardino Ghisolfo directed the works and commissioned the decorations of the ...
Palazzo della Ragione
Mantova- piazza delle Erbe
Palazzo della Ragione is a historic building in Mantua, located in Piazza delle Erbe. Built around the 1250 on the remains of a building next to the Rotonda di San Lorenzo, which the Canossa family had used as a hospice for ...
Teatro alla Scala
Milano- Piazza della Scala
The "Teatro alla Scala" in Milan, often referred to simply as "La Scala", as well as being one of the most famous theaters in the world, is known to be the temple of opera; located in one of the squares ...
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