Where is Italy and why is it there?
Italy is in South Europe and it is there due to plate tectonics, which cause the continental plate that Italy is on to shift into its present position. The formation of the Alps shows the colision of two continental plates, which forced the plates to extend upwards.
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Italy is the boot-shaped country in Western Europe which isbordered by France, Switzerland, Austria, and Slovenia. Italy islocated on the north central Mediterranean Sea, most…ly between theLigurian, Tyrrhenian, and Adriatic Seas. --- Italy is located in Southern Europe on the Italian Peninsula. Itincludes the two largest islands in the Mediterranean Sea, Sicilyand Sardinia. Italy shares its northern border with France,Switzerland, Slovenia, and Austria.
Italy is a country located on the Italian Peninsula on in Southern Europe. Italy shares its northern, Alpine boundary with France, Switzerland, Austria and Slovenia. To th…e east and the west, it is bordered by the Adriatic Sea and the Tyrrhenian Sea respectively.
there are many things! you can go visit naples underground in naples obviously. naples underground is where innocent citizens lived for years while they were being bombed in w…orld war 2. it is a very interesting sight! you can go through a tiny tunnel that you can just slide through. there is absolutley no light, except for a candle the tour guide gives you. its very scary and dark. i went through it. its a nice experience. you choose if you want to go through it or not. another great place to go is ischia. it is a beautiful island in the mediterranean. there are gorgeous beaches and stores. there is so much to doo therree!!!
There are so many things to do in Italy! The problem is deciding which cities to spend your time in. In Florence, you can climb the Duomo stairs to see the entire city, you ca…n see the statue of David carved by Michelangelo, as well as the painting of the Birth of Venus. Additionally, there is the Ponte Vecchio, a fabulous bridge stretching over the river. Florence contains one of the best leather markets in the world. In Rome, you can climb the Spanish Steps, see the Trevi fountain which is gorgeous at night time, and visit the Colosseum. You can also visit the Roman Forum, the Vatican Museum which also contains the Sistine Chapel, and the underground catacombs. In Pisa, obviously you can see the leaning tower of Pisa, along with the corresponding church. In all of the cities, especially Rome, there is an exciting night life, as well as outdoor markets. This is only a short list of all there is to do in Italy. The cities of Venice and Milan offer exciting opportunities as well, and the vineyards of the Tuscan countryside are absolutely gorgeous.
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You can do many things in Italy. The main tourist attraction is the Leaning Tower of Pisa. You should definitely visit that. Also be sure to try some of their pizza and pasta …for an original taste. Make sure you pick up some neat clothes, also. Rome, Italy's capital, is loaded with things to do and see. Make sure you visit them all, you'll love it. Some places to get you started are: The Colosseum/Vatican/Spanish Steps/Trevi Fountain/St. Peter's Basilica/Sistine Chapel... these are just a few, there's so much more and you can't see/do all in a week. Try and go for at least a month... if that's not possible, no less than 2 weeks. Seriously, you won't ever get bored. Rome is so beautiful and loaded with culture. Forget renting a car, it's so much more fun exploring on foot, which is the best/fun part. Just make sure you don't go in the winter or summer months, unless you love it super cold/hot.
Depends on where you're starting from, how fast you want to getthere, and how much you want to spend. Italy is in Europe, so ifyou're on another continent it'd probably make m…ost sense to fly. There are several large cities you could fly to, including Rome,Naples, Venice, Milan, and Turin. If you take a cruise, most will arrive in Rome/ Ostia/Civitavecchia or Palermo in Sicily.
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Funky head kids! Following te legend, Italy takes is name from Italo, the king of atown-state in the far south of Italy. It was one of the many greekcolonies part of the so c…alled "Magna Grecia".
I will be in Italy in settembre-aprile. I LIVE there :)
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Europe. In the Mediterranean Sea!
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Italy is not a who but a what. Italy is a country.