There’s a reason people return to Italy time and time again—hundreds of them, really. Rome’s Vatican museums, Michelangelo-painted Sistine Chapel, and ancient Colosseum. Venice’s grand Piazzo San Marco, home to Basilica di San Marco and Museo Correr. Tuscany’s rolling vineyards promising the best wines in the world. Pompeii’s dramatic Roman history. Snowcapped peaks and deep glacial lakes in the rugged north. Truffle hunting in Piedmont. The romantic allure of Florence’s Ponte Vecchio. With style to spare, more UNESCO World Heritage cultural sites than any other country, and a cuisine beloved the world over, Italy is sublime. Dine on ribollita, wash it down with a glass of Vino Nobile di Montepulciano, then head off into the land of da Vinci and Versace.