Spectacular Aerial View of ITALY

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Riding gondolas, sharing a glass of Italian wine, sampling pizzas and gelato, gawking at old bell-towers or relaxing on beaches is part of the Italian tourist’s fair. Take a look at Italy from the viewpoint of an unmanned camera drone, delivering some of the most stunning footage of Italia.

Visiting Italy means, quite simply, visiting Rome too. There are too many landmarks and places of interest to mention. The Colosseum, the Pantheon, the Piazza Navona, the Roman Forum, Vatican City, Basilica Santa Maria Maggiore, and the list goes on.

But when in Rome, do like the Romans and head to Campo de’ Fiori for a fun night on the town, or look for a small quiet Italian bistro in which to share a pizza. Head to the Piazza de Spagna for some retail-therapy in Italy’s famous designer stores, or ride a bike through Rome’s historic streets. In Rome you will never find boredom.

But Rome isn’t always the hottest location in Italy, because Venice often shows its colours. One of Europe’s most romantic cities, Venice is a maze of small alleys and canals on which every visitor will float on gondolas or relax in historical piazzas. No visit is complete without visiting the Doge’s Palace and Saint Mark’s Basilica. With some spare time on hand visit the Venice Jazz Club or the famous Opera House, or just order some gelato and sit on the steps along the Grand Canal.

No trip to Italy is complete without visiting the iconic Tuscan region. From the little villages, to the vineyards and country cellars, an authentic Italian experience is available for everyone. Florence is a city packed with renaissance history, while the city of Pisa is the place you want to go to visit… you guessed it, the Leaning Tower of Pisa. Siena is probably the quintessential Tuscan hilltop village (in this case it is now considered a city), and everyone should experience wondering around its streets.

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