New Quiz: What City in Italy Should You Visit?

venice by the ocean

What italian city should you visit?

It’s been unusually gray and downright dreary in my usually sunny part of the world. I know it’s winter and all, but I’m ready for a change of pace. I don’t really have the time or money for a vacation around the world, but I still can dream. And one of the first places that came to mind was Italy. Makes sense – the first thing I think of when I think of Italy is beaches. The second thing is gelato πŸ˜‰

Now I’ve never actually been to Italy, but I sure feel like I have. I picture it perfectly in my mind. I can thank an active imagination and many movies for that. But can’t you just picture it? Sipping amazing espresso drinks in a quite little cafe. Walking through historic sites and museums. Exploring little flea markets with amazing finds to bring back home. I feel like I’m there already!

Okay, so I got little carried away with my Italian travel dreams. So carried away, in fact, that I wrote a quiz. What City in Italy Should You Visit? Of course I assume you couldn’t visit just one… but at least you’ll have a jumping off point.

Hopefully this quiz will transport you away just like it did for me when I was writing it. It was exactly what I needed to cure my dreary day blues. Just writing it transported me away to the ancient sites Rome… and then the canals Venice… and then Florence… and finally Milan πŸ™‚ Really excited to take this quiz myself, because even I’m not sure what I’ll get. Every city sounds equally good.

Take What City in Italy Should You Visit?Β and let me know what you get. Also, I’m curious – have you been to Italy before? What’s it like? And if you haven’t been, would you like to go?

What do you think?

7 thoughts on “New Quiz: What City in Italy Should You Visit?

  1. chickontheedge2015

    I got Rome. I actually google “what part of Italy should I live in?” because now that Christmas is over I am totally over winter. Even down here in SE Texas where it’s not that bad. I loved your blog post. I felt like I was no longer the only one who needed a mental Italian vacation.

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  2. Amanda

    You are both a curious and worldly person. You are very open to new experiences and knowledge.
    It’s true that you are a bit of a bookworm, but you’re not a wallflower. You get out there and live life.
    You Should Visit Rome
    Rome is perfect for you because it’s full of history, culture, and people. You could spend years exploring it.
    Rome will satisfy your infinite quench for knowledge. If you are looking for hands on learning, then Rome is for you!

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  3. Josh

    You Should Visit Florence

    You’re not a tourist… you’re a traveler. You’re the type of person who likes to immerse yourself in a place.
    You take living like a local seriously. You may not visit the highlights of a place, but you come away with a deep understanding of it.

    Florence is perfect for you because it’s small enough to live like a local… and even get to know a few.
    If you want to eat, dress, speak, and even love like an Italian, then Florence is the city for you!

    I don’t know about traveler

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  4. julie

    I should go to Rome, apparently, as I love history and would enjoy soaking up the culture. This sounds about right, as I am not one of these people that seeks out the night life, or just wants to “top up my tan on the beach”.
    My dad was Italian, and he always said that Italy has so much history and culture to offer that you are in danger of getting “cultural indigestion”. he didn’t think I could handle the crowds of Venice, though.
    Ironically, I was only ever able to visit Italy twice, and the last time I was 4, so I don’t remember much, unfortunately. Maybe I will be able to afford to go again, one day…..?

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    1. kari Post author

      Oh wow, that’s really interesting about the crowds of Venice. I’ve heard the same thing, and I definitely plan on trying to go during an off time if I ever go.

      Rome sounds amazing, and I agree with you about not being a “top off my tan” at the beach type. Beaches are nice, but there’s too much to explore in a new place!

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  5. kari Post author

    I got that I should visit Rome, which is probably very true. I don’t think I could exhaust that city, and I am drawn to bigger places. I think Roman history is fascinating.

    I think I’d have to have a little side trip to Venice though. That’s a city I just can’t miss πŸ™‚

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