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Travel offers Turismo Italia selection of recommended hotels, last minute holidays, low cost flights and airline tickets to visit the splendid beauties of this country. Characteristic itineraries of Turismo Italia visits and excursions to discover the main cities of art, Rome, Milan, Florence and Venice. Special promotions during weekends and bridges of the annual holidays.
The recommended periods to travel to Italy for tourism are spring during the months of April, May and autumn during the months of October and November, because the climate and temperatures are still mild and tourists there aren't many yet, as a result they still don't crowd museums and historic places. Summer and in particular the month of August are to be avoided as the climate is very hot, the prices of hotels increase due to the greater demand from tourists and various offices and shops are closed because the Italians go on vacation.
Other cities to see
Among the other Italian cities to visit, convenient for travel and the proximity of airports, we also mention Pisa, Naples, Bari, Brindisi, Catania, Palermo, Albenga, Ancona, Aosta, Bologna, Cagliari, Alghero , Olbia, Bergamo, Turin, Genoa, Brescia, Verona.
There are many foreign citizens who arrive for tourism Italy reasons, fascinated by the artistic and architectural treasures, to admire the masterpieces of Renaissance art, visit the Roman ruins, explore the canals of Venice and see the famous Churches, taste the local gastronomic specialities, ski in the Alps while admiring the wonders and natural panoramas of this country. In addition, Turismo Italia also offers entertainment, discos and the worldly pleasures of the dolce vita where it is pleasant to let yourself go. The major tourist flows in Italy come from the countries of Germany, Spain, France, Great Britain, Ireland, Switzerland and Russia.
Overall, Italy is the only country in the world to have the largest number of places declared World Heritage Sites by UNESCO, as many as 44 attractions are registered by the international body for natural conservation and the preservation of cultural works, such as the Rock Art of Val Camonica, the historic center of Rome, the extraterritorial properties of the Holy See in the city and San Paolo fuori le Mura, the Church and the Dominican convent of Santa Maria delle Grazie and Leonardo da Vinci's 'Cenacolo', Historic center of Florence, Venice and its lagoon, Piazza del Duomo in Pisa, the historic center of San Gimignano, the Sassi and the Park of the Rupestrian Churches of Matera, the city of Vicenza and the villas of Palladio in Veneto, the historic center of Siena , Historic center of Naples, Crespi d'Adda, Ferrara, city of the Renaissance and the Po Delta, Castel del Monte, the Trulli of Alberobello, Early Christian monuments of Ravenna, Historic center of Pienza, the 18th century Royal Palace of Caserta with the Park , the Vanvitelli aqueduct and the San Leucio complex, Savoy residences, the botanical garden of Padua, Portovenere, Cinque Terre and the Palmaria Islands, Tino and Tinetto, Modena: Cathedral, Civic Tower and Piazza Grande, Pompeii archaeological areas, Herculaneum and Torre Annunziata, the Amalfi Coast, the Archaeological Area of Agrigento, the Villa Romana del Casale in Piazza Armerina, the Nuragic Village of Barumini, the Cilento and Vallo di Diano National Park, with the archaeological sites of Paestum, Velia and the Certosa di Padula, Historic Center of Urbino, Archaeological Area and Patriarchal Basilica of Aquileia, Villa Adriana in Tivoli, Aeolian Islands, Assisi, The Basilica of San Francesco and other Franciscan sites, City of Verona, Villa d'Este in Tivoli, The late Baroque cities of the Val di Noto located south-east of Sicily, Sacri Monti of Piedmont and Lombardy, Etruscan necropolises of Cerveteri and Tarquinia, Val d'Orcia, Syracuse and the rock necropolises of Pantalica, Genoa, the Strade Nuove and the Palazzi dei Rolli system , Mantua and Sabbioneta, the Rhaetian railway in the Albula and Bernina landscape and finally the wonderful Dolomites, which make Turismo Italia truly exceptional. The extraordinary surface of Italy also called the Belpaese is a territory made up of sky, sun and sea, as well as history, art and culture to be discovered.
Due to the geographical structure of the territory, there are several airports in Italy in order to be able to quickly and quickly reach the main towns as well as some islands where the maritime connections are long in the journey and sometimes difficult to connect due to the weather conditions and the distance that separates them from the mainland.
In terms of number of passengers transported, the main airports Italy are Fiumicino Airport in Rome located in the Lazio region, followed by Malpensa Airport and Linate Airport in Milan, Orio al Serio Airport in Bergamo located in Lombardy, in fifth place Venice Tessera Airport in the Veneto region, then Catania Fontanarossa Airport in the Sicily region, Bologna Borgo Panigale Airport in Emilia Romagna, Naples Capodichino in Campania, Rome Ciampino in Lazio and finally in tenth place Palermo Punta Raisi airport dedicated to judges Falcone and Borsellino.
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In Lombardy, the Italian airports that allow international and intercontinental connections are Bergamo- Orio al Serio Airport, Brescia-Montichiari, Linate Airport and Malpensa Airport in Milan. Other minor airports not certified by ENAC, mainly used for tourism aircraft or for military activities are Alzate Brianza Airport, Calcinate del Pesce, Como seaplane base, Cremona-Migliaro, Milan-Bresso, Valbrembo, Varese-Venegono, Vergiate, Voghera-Rivanazzano, Caiolo - Sondrio Airport, Ghedi Airport.
In Lazio there are the Rome Ciampino Airport and Fiumicino Airport. Minor airports are Aquino Airport, Guidonia, Latina, Rieti Roma Urbe, Viterbo, Frosinone, Furbara, Pratica di Mare and Roma Centocelle
In Sicily we find the ENAC certified Italian airports of Catania-Fontanarossa, Lampedusa, Palermo Punta Raisi Falcone and Borsellino Airport, Pantelleria Airport, Trapani-Birgi and Palermo Boccadifalco Airport, the old airport of the city of Palermo currently used by the Air Force and by the police forces of the Carabinieri, the State Police and the Guardia di Finanza. For minor activities the Comiso Airport and the Sigonella Airport. Connections with the Malpensa airport in Milan are mainly made from Catania and Palermo.
The Italy airports of Padua, Treviso Sant'Angelo, Venice-Tessera, Verona Villafranca are located in the Veneto region. Still Enac certified but less important are the Asiago Airport, Belluno, Legnago, Thiene, Venice-Lido, Verona Boscomantico. Others not certified by the National Civil Aviation Authority are Ca Negra Airport, Cortina d'Ampezzo-Fiames, Istrana and Vicenza Airport.
In Emilia Romagna there are the Bologna Borgo Panigale Airport, Forlì, Parma, Reggio Emilia and the Rimini-Miramare Airport, active especially during the summer. Also worth mentioning are Carpi-Budrione, Ferrara-Aguscello, Ferrara-San Luca, Lugo di Romagna, Modena, Pavullo nel Frignano, Ravenna, Cervia-Pisignano Airport, Piacenza-San Damiano and finally Poggio Renatico, dedicated to military or air operations touring.
In Abruzzo the Pescara Airport and L'Aquila-Preturo Airport.
In Campania the Naples Capodichino Airport, Salerno Pontecagnano. Other minor airports in Italy are the Capua Airport and Caserta-Grazzanise.
In Friuli Venezia Giulia we find the Trieste-Ronchi dei Legionari Airport and other minor ones such as the Udine-Campoformido Airport, Aviano, Casarsa della Delizia and Rivolto.
In Calabria, the ENAC-certified airports in Italy are Crotone Airport, Lamezia Terme and Reggio Calabria.
In the territories of Liguria, the airports of Albenga, Genoa-Sestri and Sarzana Luni are operational.
In Piedmont the Italia airports of Cuneo Levaldigi and Turin Caselle are operational, others dedicated mainly to tourist aircraft are the Airport of Alessandria, Biella-Cerrione, Casale Monferrato, Novi Ligure, Turin-Aeritalia, Vercelli and the military airport of Cameri.
In the Marches the airports of Ancona Falconara and Fano.
In Sardinia Alghero Fertilia, Cagliari Elmas, Olbia Costa Smeralda and Tortolì Airport, minor airports Oristano Fenosu, Decimomannu Airport and Perdasdefogu.
In Puglia Bari Palese Macchie, Brindisi Papola Casale, Foggia Gino Lisa, Taranto-Grottaglie. Minori are the Lecce San Cataldo Airport, Gioia del Colle, Foggia Amendola and Lecce-Galatina.
In Tuscany there are flights from Florence Peretola, Grosseto, Marina di Campo, Pisa-San Giusto, Siena-Ampugnano. The Arezzo Airport, Lucca Tassignano, Massa Cinquale and Pontedera are minor.
In Umbria ENAC certified airports are Perugia Sant'Egidio Airport. The Foligno Airport is small in size.
In Trentino Alto Adige we mention the Bolzano Airport, Trento-Mattarello and Dobbiaco.
In Valle d'Aosta there is only the Aosta Corrado Gex regional airport open to tourist and commercial traffic.