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A country filled with inspiring art and architecture, historical ruins and delicious food and wine, Italy is filled with a diverse array of charms. Italy is one of the most diverse and stunning landscapes in Europe and home to the world’s biggest body of art treasures. The country is filled with irresistible charisma from its sun soaked olive groves to its vineyards, glistening lakes and the Mediterranean. The countryside is scattered with atmospheric monasteries, castles and farmhouses.
Italy’s main cities include Venice, Florence and Rome, which are cultural epicentres for the Roman Empire and birthplace of the Renaissance. Besides their history, Italy’s main cities are buzzing with atmosphere and filled with museums, galleries, restaurants, bars and shopping.
During July and August the crowds in popular areas of Italy can be unbearable, especially in the beach resorts. This is partially because most Italians are on holiday in August. The weather can also be too hot during July and August. In terms of the weather and the crowds, the best time to visit Italy is between April to late June and September and October.
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