05 Dec Full Suitcase: Why You Must Spend At Least A Week In Italy
If your wanderlust soul is demanding to see Italy, make sure you at least spend a week there. I personally feel, if you are visiting a place with rich culture and history, you need time to explore and enjoy everything that place has to offer. With seven days in hand, you can chalk off all the important things that intrigues you. Of course, unless you stay there for six months or a year, getting to know the place completely is impossible. But, with a week in hand, you will satiate your soul.
With 20 regions in Italy and each one being so unique, the first mandatory step is to plan your itinerary appropriately. And, this will involve a bit of research, but everything will be worth it in the end, I promise. You can always talk to a well-known travel agent, who will offer you an out-of-the-box package to suit your needs. You can also ask people who have visited the place before to understand everything that you need to experience in the country.
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Culture And Sports
Italian culture is so very rich and can be reflected in every aspect of their life. With age old traditions blending in with the new ones, it’s a delight to experience every part of it. Italians love their football matches, and if you are a fan then you are in for a treat.
You will not feel like an alien in Italy because the people are extremely nice and so generous. But Italians have their fair share of superstition, which is in a way fun you can say. Basically, it is believed that if you throw a coin into the Rome’s Trevi Fountain, you will avoid any bad luck. And, all the change that gets collected is utilized for charity.
Yes, 93 percent of the population include native Italian speakers. But there is a plethora of languages spoken in Italy. And, this includes; Friulian Sardinian, Albanian, Neapolitan, Sicilian, Ligurian, Piedmontese, Venetian and Calabrian. Milanese, French, Bavarian, Greek, Catalan, Corsican, Cimbrian, Croatian, German, Slovenian and Walser. Wow! Plenty of them, right? This diversity can also be seen in the Italian culture.
Art And Architecture
Italy has been the reason for several architectural styles including Baroque, Classic Roman, Renaissance, and Neoclassical. For a history buff, this wondrous nation offers a slice of the past. You can visit some of the famous structures, such as the Colosseum and the Leaning Tower Of Pisa. In Italy, you will also come across plenty castles, yes, just like the ones you read in fairy tales. For the best museums, you can visit Florence, Venice, and Rome.
But if art is a weakness of yours, you will find it in almost every chapel and church. However, the most popular one is the ceiling of Sistine Chapel. It was painted by Michelangelo during 1508 to 1512. Operas are thoroughly popular in Italy. Don’t forget to give it a try. Fashion enthusiasts can also rejoice as Italy is home to some of the most famous brands, which includes; Armani, Gucci, Prada, Versace and Benetton.
Italian cuisine, just like its culture is rich and flavoursome. Immensely popular across the globe, it is not merely food, but a form of art. Wine, cheese, and pasta are a necessary part of the Italian meal. Unlike the pastas you see, in Italy, they come in a wide range of shapes and sizes. Also, most people prepare their pastas right from the scratch. Every part of Italy has a different flavour to offer.
For instance, pizza and spaghetti come from Central Italy. When you are in north, you ought to try fish, rice sausages, potatoes, pork, and cheese. Pastas and the stuffed versions are also truly popular here, generally with tomatoes. In South, you will find almost every dish has tomatoes and their most popular items include; capers, peppers, olive, garlic, artichokes, eggplant, and ricotta cheese.
We all know that wine is an important part of the Italian culture and cuisine. Here, you will come across some of the most famous vineyards that deserve a visit.
This is all just the gist of it. But now, you know why Italy needs your undivided attention at least for a week.