The most romantic corners of Italy

Paris is known worldwide as the City of Love and, although it is true that the French capital offers tremendously romantic corners, many Italian cities have nothing to envy. We refer to places like Venice, Verona, Florence, Rome or the Amalfi Coast, ideal destinations to visit as a couple.

It is not surprising that Italy is considered one of the most romantic countries in the world, since beyond offering spectacular landscapes and picturesque towns near the sea, it is home to historic cities that are surrounded by legends related to love. And although there are many people who consider that places are not romantic in themselves, but depend on company, feelings and the moment, today we want to show you some of the corners of Italy where it is easier for romanticism to emerge . Would you like to join us?

Bridge of Sighs, Venice

Bridge of Sighs
Venice is undoubtedly one of the most romantic cities in the world. Strolling through its bridges and cobbled streets, riding a gondola at sunset or dining in a restaurant overlooking the canals are some of the things you can do as a couple, although today we want to highlight what, for us, is the most romantic corner of the whole city. We are referring to the Bridge of Sighs. Legend has it that if lovers kiss under the bridge, their love will last forever.

Juliet’s House, Verona

Juliet's House
From Venice we moved to Verona, a city that is linked to one of the most romantic stories of all time. As you may have imagined, we are referring to Romeo and Juliet. Among the many attractions of this beautiful Italian place, we want to highlight the House of Juliet, a stately palace of medieval origin that is located in the Piazza delle Erbe. According to popular tradition, this is where the protagonist of the famous work by William Shakespeare lived.

Ponte Vecchio, Florence

Ponte Vecchio
Another Italian city ideal for lovers is Florence, as it is full of beautiful and magical places. Of course, its most romantic place is undoubtedly the Ponte Vecchio, which is also one of the symbols of the city. Its hanging houses have housed jewelers and goldsmith shops since the 17th century. In addition, as in many other bridges in the world, padlocks hang from its railings that couples are placing as a symbol of their love. There are so many lovers who hang their padlocks here that the authorities of Florence must remove them from time to time.

Milvio Bridge, Rome

Milvio Bridge
You will also love visiting the city of Rome as a couple, which is also full of romantic corners. One of them is the Milvio Bridge, considered one of the most important bridges over the Tiber River. Following the publication of the novel "I have desire for you" by Federico Moccia , the bridge began to attract many couples, who hung padlocks from the lamppost to show their love.

Trevi Fountain, Rome

Trevi Fountain
From Rome we also have to highlight the Trevi Fountain, considered the largest monumental Baroque fountain in Rome. After the premiere of the film "La Dolce Vita" by Felini, in which the protagonists got into the water, the place gained popularity as a destination for lovers. Furthermore, legend states that every visitor who tosses a coin into the fountain will return to Rome. Isn’t it an ideal act to do as a couple?

Positano, Amalfi Coast

Finally, we want to talk about the Amalfi Coast, a stretch of the Italian coast that is worth visiting as a couple, as it is full of romantic places. Among them is Positano, a small town located on the shores of the Gulf of Salermo . It is a picturesque town located on a cliff from which you get wonderful views of the sea.