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Places of interest in Italy with the most positive reviews

Preply, an application specialising in language learning, has produced a ranking of the squares, streets, monuments and places of art that have recently received the most appreciation from tourists in Italy. 

To make this estimate, Preply counted the amount of reviews that these places received on the Trip Advisor site, analysing the positive evaluations (from 4 to 5 stars): based on this methodology, here are the most visited places of interest in Italy. 

Obviously, the reviews are subjective, the result of the personal experience of people who have visited the cities and their tourist attractions.

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Places of interest with the most positive reviews in Italy
Preply, an application specialising in language learning, has produced a ranking of the squares, streets, monuments and places of art that have recently received the most appreciation from tourists in Italy. To make this estimate, Preply counted the amount of reviews that these places received on the Trip Advisor site, analysing the positive evaluations (from 4 to 5 stars): based on this methodology, here are the most visited places of interest in Italy. Obviously, the reviews are subjective, the result of the personal experience of people who have visited the cities and their tourist attractions.
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10. Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore, Florence
The cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore, or Duomo of Florence, is the main Florentine church and symbol of the city. The main feature of the cathedral is Brunelleschi's dome, the largest masonry dome in the world.
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9. Academy Gallery, Florence
We remain in Florence, where the famous Accademia Gallery is located. This museum displays the largest number of Michelangelo sculptures in the world, as many as seven, including the famous David.
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8. Piazza San Marco, Venice
Piazza San Marco is one of the most iconic places in Venice, prized for its beauty and architectural integrity. Indeed, here stands San Marco's Basilica, built in the Romanesque-Byzantine style from the year 1063.
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7. Piazza Navona, Rome
Piazza Navona is one of the most famous squares in the Italian capital, built in monumental style by the Pamphili family at the behest of Pope Innocent X, with the characteristic shape of an ancient stadium. Piazza Navona is home to some of Rome's historical palaces and three famous fountains: the Fountain of the Moor, the Fountain of Neptune and the Fountain of the Four Rivers.
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6. Piazzale Michelangelo, Florence
Piazzale Michelangelo represents the most famous vantage point of the beautiful landscape of the city of Florence. For tourists, Piazzale Michelangelo is an obligatory stop to admire Florence in all its splendor.
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5. Uffizi Gallery, Florence
The Uffizi Gallery houses an art collection of inestimable value, with the most famous works by Raffaello and Botticelli. Here you can admire magnificent works by Giotto, Titian, Piero della Francesca and Leonardo da Vinci.
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4. Grand Canal, Venice
The Grand Canal is the main canal that runs through the historic center of Venice. About 3,800 meters long, this canal bisects the historic center and is crossed by four iconic bridges: the Rialto Bridge, the Accademia Bridge, the Scalzi Bridge, and the Constitution Bridge.
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3. Milan Cathedral, Milan
A classic example of the Gothic style, the Milan Cathedral is the main attraction of the Lombard city. This is the largest church in Italy, the third largest in the world by area and the sixth largest by volume.For tourists, the Duomo is a must-see, given its majesty and imposing beauty.
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2. Pantheon, Rome
Built as a temple dedicated to all divinities past, present and future, the Pantheon was founded in 27 BC by Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa, son-in-law of Augustus. Also known for its distinctive dome, the Pantheon houses illustrious tombs: here are in fact the tombs of Raffaello Sanzio and the first two kings of Italy: Victor Emmanuel II and his son Umberto I.
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1. Trevi Fountain, Rome
The Trevi Fountain was built between 1732 and 1762 and is perhaps the most famous and iconic fountain in the world. Linked to the famous tradition of tossing a coin into the water with one's back to Palazzo Poli, the Trevi fountain is also famous for the scene in Federico Fellini's film 'La Dolce Vita', in which Anita Ekberg dives into the basin, inviting Marcello Mastroianni to follow.
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25/05/2024
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