🇮🇹 Italy is a country full of beautiful and different cities. It’s so filled with art and history that you learn so much from any of the places you decide to visit. Weather wise I spent some of the hottest days of my life there, summer days are insane; I felt I was literally melting, but still it was so worthy.
Rome is so crazy, as capitals are known to be. There are so many places to visit and so much history inside of it. In my opinion its a beautiful city but too hectic to live in. There are people all day, locals and tourists alike, filling the streets. In my opinion its a little too “fast”, you get extra tired of trying to visit every place it has to offer. As a tourist it leaves you exhausted, even as it teaches you so much. Places like the coliseum, and the Fontana di Trevi are breathtaking, but I would prefer to spend more time in some other of its more peaceful cities.
Florence was my absolute favourite one. Since the fist time I visited it, I fell in love with the amount of art it contains. There are painters, artists, and artisans filling all of its streets, its amazing. Its an all over beautiful city, I loved the vibe of it, and every inch of it. Being there I wished I could live in it some day, and one of my backpacking friends actually did. She returned a year after to spend 6 months living there and she told me she fell even more in love with it.
What I loved about Italy is that we got to visit not so touristic places like Verona, which were enchanting in their own way. This little towns all over Italy all have their charm, so I think this is a country definitely worth visiting for a long period of time. I didn’t really get to spend any time with locals, which I regret, but overall its a beautiful artistic country.