Italy Flights GuideThe Italian Republic sits in Europe's southern region and has the most UNESCO World Heritage Sites in the world. It's easy to see how with Italy being the home to Rome's Colosseum, Pisa's Leaning Tower and Vatican City being a few of the country's highlights. The Grand Canal in Venice is still offering gondola rides centuries later and Pompeii just under Mount Vesuvius dates back to A.D. 79. The Duomo Santa Maria del Fiore in Florence and St. Mark's Basilica in Venice are other landmarks that prove that Italy is full of history. The coastal village of Cinque Terre and the Amalfi Coast on the Sorrentine Peninsula are both seaside beauties.
When travelling to Italy, most people will arrive in the country's capital of Rome at Rome Fiumicino Airport. Milan Malpensa Airport and Venice Marco Polo Airport are other bustling airports frequented by travelers. The majority of Italy has a Mediterranean climate bringing the country hot, dry summers and cool winters. Temperatures are fairly warm throughout the year with a rainy season during the winter months.