UNESCO Series: 40 World Heritage Sites of Italy
4. Historic Centre of Naples
Built in 14th century famous Santa Chiara Monastery is one of the stunning buildings with historic value in Naples. The benches and columns of the Monastery are embedded with beautiful majolica tiles. In 18th century it was rebuilt in Baroque style but it is believed that it has got its original shape after World War II.
3. Cinque Terre
The Italian Riviera coast has a rugged portion which is the Cinque Terre. It comprises of five villages and surrounding hillsides. The Cinque Terre is unique in the sense that terraces have been built on the steep and rugged landscape of the coast. These terraces reach right up to the edge of the cliff from where they overlook the sea.