You might be planning a road trip around Italy and want to make your journey the most memorable it can be. The county is full of beautiful locations and sights, but there are a certain few that absolutely cannot be missed. These are some of the most scenic places to visit on a road trip around Italy.
The Amalfi Coast is considered to be one of the most beautiful places in Italy, offering an overwhelming view of southern coastal regions, beaches and mountains. This journey offers spectacular views of the picturesque Positano village and the sun-bleached peach, terracotta and pink houses that tumble down to the sea front. If you are travelling along the Amalfi Coast, be sure to pop in to the small town of Sorrento. This is a gorgeous area, offering a lovely marketplace, a fantastic selection of restaurants and beautiful views. On good days, you will even be able to see Mount Vesuvius in the distance. The exceptional sights that you will see in this area are guaranteed to enhance your Italian road trip.
In comparison to large, busy Italian towns, Florence is much more rural and peaceful. With roads that wind through the hills of the quiet town, Florence will allow you to experience true driving pleasure on your road trip. It is also the home of gourmet Tuscan cuisine – all the more reason to visit! There is more to this beautifully enchanting town than what meets the eye, and it is well worth adding to the list of places to visit on your trip.
Offering some incredible mountainous views, San Marino is highly recommended as one of the best sights to see on a road trip around Italy. Despite the fact that San Marino is one of the world’s smallest countries, it has become increasingly popular with tourists over the years, due to its historic architecture. ‘San Marino is one of the most beautiful countries in the world and you will not regret visiting on your road trip, it’s just breathtaking!’ added Spencer of Used Car Specialists LMC. If your road trip takes you to northern Italy, you will not regret exploring this area, which offers spectacular views of the more rural parts of Italy and the astonishing Monte Titano.