ROME (CIVITAVECCHIA) TO DUBROVNIK
CIVITAVECCHIA, ROME (Italy)
Civitavecchia was almost completely destroyed in the second world war. But it has been rebuilt since. The most important sights is the sixteenth-century Fort Michelangelo, built to the order of Pope Julius II Della Rovere. Begun by Bramante and continued by Sangallo the Younger and by Giuliano Leno, it was completed by Michelangelo, who was responsible for the imposing keep, during the papacy of Paul III.
Positano is a small town and commune on the Amalfi Coast in Campania, Italy. The main part of the city sits in an enclave in the hills leading down to the coast.
A town of eastern Sicily, Italy, at the foot of Mount Etna overlooking the Ionian Sea. First founded in the eighth century B.C., It commands a magnificent view and is a world-famous winter resort celebrated for its pleasant climate, natural beauties, and ancient ruins.
Kotor is an ancient town in the middle of an enormous bay which will take a long time to drive around. The old town is very pretty with its city walls, lots of churches and old buildings from Byzantine and other cultures, and a large number of places to eat and have coffee.
Dubrovnik went down in history as one of the great sea republics under its former name of Ragusa. In its time, the city was Venice`s main rival. Take a walk through the old town and visit the fortress*, and you will get a clear impression of life in the Middle Ages. The former grandeur of long ago now makes for a bright and picturesque sight.