Trains travel throughout the length of Italy. Some larger cites that might want to be explored include Milan, Brescia, Padua, Verona, Genoa, Trieste, and Rome; in southern Italy there is train service in Palermo, Reggio di Calabria, Naples, Brindisi and much more. A rail pass will take the traveler to cites that they might not see otherwise.
There is so much to see and do in Italy; with sprawling vineyards, gorgeous lakes, towering mountains, and adorable villages, it's almost impossible to keep track! Luckily for you, I've pulled together a list of the 37 best things to do in Italy in the Ultimate Italian Bucket List.
Italy is a top destination for travelers! And with so much to see spread across the country, it’s difficult coming up with a travel itinerary to see it all. If you can spare 2 weeks in Italy (14-16 days), then this travel itinerary will highlight some of the top attractions and destinations in Italy.