Milan is Italy’s most densely populated city with a one-hour driving distance with Switzerland. A fast-paced metropolis with an ancient and fascinating history which is home to all the major apparel brands with an endless round of trade fairs. The city is recognized as the world's fashion and the design capital with concurrent international events and fairs; including Milan Fashion Week and the Milan Furniture Fair.
Naples, the most densely populated in Italy, is the land of a long cultural history starting 8th century BC, beautiful scenery and countless cultural relics. It is also known as the “City of Sunshine and Happiness”. There are many islands around Naples and the Roman ruins of Pompeii and Herculaneum.
Rome with a history of over 28 centuries is the capital of Italy. Vatican City: the smallest country in the world, is enclosed within Rome. The Vatican Museum and the Colosseum are among the world's most visited tourist destinations. The city is an exhilarating blend of historic culture, awe-inspiring art and a vibrant nightlife. Rome indeed was not built in a day.
Venice consisting of 118 small islands is connected by 177 waterways and 401 bridges! A number of civilizations, different cultures and a plethora of artistic styles throughout history has converted Venice into a fascinating city but it looks exactly as it did 600 years back. Venice is on a lagoon, hence the water plays a crucial role in transportation.