The map of Italy with cities shows all big and medium towns of Italy. This map of cities of Italy will allow you to easily find the city where you want to travel in Italy in Europe. The Italy cities map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
Firenze, the cradle of the Renaissance, is one of Europe great art cities as its mentioned in the map of Italy with cities. With frescoes by Giotto and Ghirlandaio, canvases by Botticelli and Bronzino, and sculptures by Michelangelo and Giambologna, there is so much exquisite art and architecture within its ancient walls that it is easy to become overwhelmed. In so many other parts of the world, culture is an optional extra, something you do in your spare time. In Tuscany, it is at the root of everything – though not in an elitist way. A Piero della Francesca fresco exudes the spirit of a region that has long spent its money on beauty and quality. The legendary Amalfi Coast has been seducing visitors since ancient times with its magnificent scenery and sophisticated yet laid-back lifestyle that was ‘discovered’ by the jet-set in the 1960s.
The city of Sicily has long been a crossroads and crucible of Mediterranean culture, and the island today is a fascinating palimpsest in which Greek temples, Norman churches and Baroque palazzos emerge from the rich fabric. With Puglia ancient sites and unfussy charms, Italy most secluded coast makes a rewarding alternative to the tourist-laden north. A few years ago, Umbria city as you can see in the map of Italy with cities was known, if at all, as Tuscany less alluring sister. Not any more: these days Italy’s 'green heart' is every bit as celebrated as its more famous neighbour. Balmy, maritime Liguria is generally best known for the Cinque Terre, the string of five historic and colourful villages spaced along the region spectacular cliff-edged coast.
Statistically, there are only 55 cities that have their own local council and elected mayor listed with a population of less than 100 residents as its shown in the map of Italy with cities. The smallest recorded Italian town is Pedesina, with just 34 people recorded on the comune residency list at present. Situated in the Province of Sondrio in Lombardy, the village has its own bar and local shop and throughout the summer, like larger municipalities, hosts its own festa.
The map of Italy with major cities shows all biggest and main towns of Italy. This map of major cities of Italy will allow you to easily find the big city where you want to travel in Italy in Europe. The Italy major cities map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
With a population exceeding 60 million, Italy is one of the most populous cities in the world. As the 72nd largest country by area, Italy has many major cities that have large populations of residents that contribute to its rank as the world 24th most populous country. Rome as its mentioned in the map of Italy with major cities, the country capital city, is also the most populous, with over 2.3 million residents as of 2016. Italy also has one other city, Milano, with a population that exceeds one million. Thirty-one cities in the country have not hit the population milestone of one million just yet, but they do have numbers that exceed 100,000. Eighty-nine smaller but still very populated cities have a minimum population of 10,000, further contributing to the country's overall population numbers.
Rome is the largest city in Italy with a population of about 2,800,000 people. Naples is the third-largest city in Italy and the second most populated metropolitan region in Italy. Its name originated from the Greek word “Neapolis” which means the ‘’new city’’. Florence is the capital city of the Tuscany region. In ancient times it was the capital city of the Kingdom of Italy, and it became famous because of its incredibly beautiful Renaissance masterpieces and architecture. Venice is Veneto region capital city, and it comprises of more than 260,000 inhabitants as you can see in the map of Italy with major cities. Milan is the Lombardy region capital city and is known as one of the Italian capital of design, architecture, and fashion.
Rome is located in the center of Italy in the Lazio region. Lazio is the second major city in terms of population size after Lombardy. In 2019, the region counted roughly 5.9 million inhabitants, whereas Lombardy had over ten million individuals as you can see in the map of Italy with major cities. The third largest region is Campania, with 5.8 million people. Naples, the Capital of Campania, had almost one million inhabitants at the beginning of 2019. Nevertheless, this city was, back in 19th century, one of the largest cities in Western Europe.