There are a large number of cities in Italy that are well worth visiting. This section offers a selection of the most interesting cities and towns in Italy for different reasons, for its beautiful beaches, old town, museums and monuments, etc.
Livorno is a city in Tuscany, Italy; capital of the homonymous province. Its population was 155,986 inhabitants in 2004. The traditional name in Spanish is Liorna but today it is obsolete.
Pescara is a town in central Italy, in the Abruzzo region. The city is divided in two by the river of the same name and is located in the center of a metropolitan area of 400,000 inhabitants. In 1927, Pescara, the part of the city south of the Pescara River (in the province of Chieti).
Bari, the heel of the Italian boot is a city with a very prosperous commercial port.
The Italian city of Arezzo is located in Tuscany.
The city of Luca is located in Tuscany, a few kilometers from Florence, and is of great interest because of its historic center, one of the most beautiful in Italy.
Its millenary history has endowed it with a considerable artistic and architectural heritage that ranges from Punic remains to houses of Art Nouveau style, passing through Arab and Norman style residences, baroque churches and neoclassical theaters.
A true artistic and historical jewel. Bergamo is 50 km from Milan. It is divided into Modern City (low), and High City surrounded by Venetian walls, which began in 1561 (16th century). For centuries it was the encounter between different cultures, since it limited between the Duchy Milanes and the Venezuelan Republic. The main entrance to the walled city is La Puerta S. Agostino, built in 1575
In the last century Genoa has grown by absorbing 25 municipalities of the coast and valleys; It is currently divided into 25 constituencies and 71 urban units. To the west, Sampierdarena retains some villas from the 16th and 17th centuries. Genoa also has the second largest aquarium in the European Union, after the Oceanographic of Valencia.  
The city of Siena is one of the must-see when traveling through Tuscany. Part of its charm is due to its historic center, with beautiful streets with great charm, as well as its central square and the fountain that is in it. The city of Siena is also known for the celebration of Palio, one of the most extraordinary festivals celebrated in Italian cities. The Palio is a horse race that faces the 17 sections of the city and is held in the Plaza del Campo in Siena twice a year, on July 2 and August 16.
The city of Pisa owes its fame to its well-known Tower and the place where it is located, the Piazza dei Miracoli (Square of Miracles).
Naples (in Neapolitan Napule, in Italian Napoli) is the most populous city in southern Italy, capital of the Campania region and the province of Naples. The administrative city of Naples has just under 1 million inhabitants that, together with those of its metropolitan area, rise to 4.4 million
While Rome is the capital of Italy, the city of Milan is considered the economic capital of Italy as well as the fashion capital.
The Italian city of Florence stands out above all for the monuments and works of art of the Renaissance, the era of splendor of the city of Tuscany.
The city of Rome is the capital of Italy and one of the most beautiful cities in Italy and the world.
Venice is made up of 120 small islands linked together by 455 bridges - if we include the islands of Murano and Burano.  By itself, it has the union of 118 islands joined by 354 bridges and divided by 177 between rivers and canals. 2 Because of its morphology, the main body of Venice is photographed from above, and looks like a fish.