Italy’s Beautiful Hidden Gems

Travelby Mashum Mollah17 January 2019

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You might have visited Florence, Milan and Rome on your visit to Italy but the country has so much more to see and do other than these three cities. Known for a variety of hidden gems, Italy has some of the best castles, botanical gardens, waterfalls and forests. There are some hidden gems which are not frequented by all the tourists but they are a must visit if you want an insight into the magnificent history of Italy.

Ponte del Diavolo

Also known as the Devil’s Bridge, Ponte del Diavolo is known for an old tale which describes the bridge as having mystical powers. It is a stone bridge which was constructed in Cividale del Friuli in the medieval era and has a beautiful river which crosses the town. It is a beautiful piece which draws attention due to the fantastic backdrop of natural beauty in the area

Castello di Petoria

This is a castle which was built in the Middle Ages and it can be found in the city of Gubbio. It lies in the center of Italy and is easy to reach. You can conveniently hire taxis in Italy for your conveyance. This castle was covered into a hotel in 1909 and has remained one since then. There are some visitors to the castle who love the isolation from the world which has made it an ideal place to relax.

Grotte di Castellana

Do not miss out on visiting this beautiful cave when you are in Italy next. It is a cave which is located in Italy’s heel. Known as the Castellana Caves, there are two miles of trails and it is more than 90 million years in age. The White Cave offers the most memorable experiences to tourists.

Bosco Monumentale del Sasseto

Located at the foot of Torre Alfina castle, Bosco Monumentale del Sasseto is a magical forest which is filled with trees that look like they are straight out of a fairytale. It is indeed a surreal experience to walk through the colorful flowers while the birds are chirping.

Isola di Loreto

This is a massive castle that was built about a 100 years ago on a secluded island in Lombardia district of Northern Italy. It is built between a large marina and two lighthouses. This beauty of a place is surrounded by green, lush gardens which give it a royal feel.

These are the top lesser known sights in Italy that you should include in your itinerary on your next visit. Every sight has medieval history and will take you back in time. It will also give you a new perspective about Italy and you will be able to soak in the beauty of the place. The places mentioned above remain less crowded and can be easily reached. You can take your own time and explore them in peace and quiet. Remember to book your transportation in advance in order to reach the sights at the right time and without incurring a huge cost.

Mashum Mollah

Mashum Mollah is an entrepreneur, founder and CEO at Viacon, a digital marketing agency that drive visibility, engagement, and proven results. He blogs at thedailynotes.com/.

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