Population: 1.3 million. The Capital of Fashion After Rome, Milan, with 1.3 million inhabitants, is the second largest city in Italy, but it is the most significant city in the country. It is considered to be the industrial capital of Italy. It is the most modern city in the country, if Rome is “old,”.
Population: 252,000. The town of Romeo and Juliet, or the town of lovers. A lively city in the S bend of the Adige River, which rises in the Dolomites. It owes its international fame mainly to its monuments from Antiquity and the Middle Ages and, not least, to Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet. Since the Roman emperors and their barbarian successors were very fond of Verona, it has more Roman monuments than any city other than Rome.
The town has 191,000 inhabitants. The first of the main downtown sites to visit is the Chiesa Sant’Agata on Piazza Vittoria. Walk in the direction of Piazza della Loggia, a beautiful Renaissance square with a triple-arched loggia.