Cheap flights from Izmir to Italy
Tourist attractions in Italy
There is hardly another country as multifaceted as Italy. It is world famous for its art history, its cars, its architecture, its music and its football – and very many people envy the Italians for their fashion, great cuisine and their countless, impressive tourist attractions.
Above all, however, Italy is a land of contrasts where the highest mountains in Central Europe meet idyllic beaches stretching on for kilometres, where snow meets brilliant sunshine and where modern architecture meets the impressive witnesses of antiquity.
Milan - Italian culture and fashion metropolis
Experience Milan - the second largest city of Italy
Milan, situated about 600 kilometres north of Rome, is another Italian city that is certainly worthwhile flying to. Milan is the country’s second largest city after Rome and entices with its wealth of sights, cultural offerings and fashion by some of the most famous designers in the world.
Even more reasons for travellers to fly to Italy include:
A world-famous opera house, one of the largest churches in the world, one of the most exclusive shopping streets in Europe and two of the greatest football clubs. Moreover, art lovers will also get their money’s worth: Leonardo da Vinci's masterpiece The Last Supper can be admired in a Milanese Dominican convent and is very high on the list of the most interesting attractions in this city of over a million inhabitants.
A flight to Italy can be recommended not just for the sights
Experience the italian culture - your flight from Izmir to Italy
It is not only the two major Italian metropolises and their tourist attractions that make a flight to Italy so worthwhile. In particular, it is the Italian lifestyle, referred to as La Dolce Vita by Germans, that fascinates tourists from all over the world. No mad rush, no stress, no worries. Moreover, there is sunshine, good food, a cappuccino or a glass of wine and a good conversation with friends. This feeling of carefree enjoyment is what makes Italy a country that Germans long to visit. This feeling is conveyed by the residents of outlying villages as well as those from the big cities of Rome or Milan, in equal measure – particularly when the sun is shining.
And that is not uncommon. The summers are hot and dry and the winters tend to be mild. Thus, even outside the summer months, it is worth considering flying to Italy and experiencing La Dolce Vita at first hand.