Bloggers that love Italy share Their Best pictures

ponte vecchio on the arno by Annette White

Italy is full of beautiful places, more than anyone can visit in a lifetime. So Italian Talks decided to ask bloggers that love Italy to share a picture and write a few words about why it is so special to them.

Enjoy their photos and see why they share a passion for  La Bella Italia. Please check out their links so you can view more of their Italy photos and posts.

Chiavari Photo by Marilyn Ricci

The black sailboat off the coast of Chiavari whispers home, peace, il dolce far niente.
Marilyn Ricci from Take Me Home Italy
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Barbara Weibel Italy-Bologna-from-Basilica-di-San-Petronio-tower

The best view of Bologna is seen from the top of the Basilica di San Petronio tower
Barbara Weibel from Hole in the Donut
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Photo by Jennifer Martin

Just one of the many reasons we all love Italy, for its wine!
Jennifer Martin from Vino Travels
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Photo by Raleigh Hussung

The ceiling from Santa Maria Sopra Minerva in Rome is my favorite church and it’s breathtaking
Raleigh Hussung from Love from Italia
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 Assisi, Italy  Photo by Jasmine Crystal Mah

Assisi is ethereal at dawn, the presence of St. Francis undeniable as you watch the sunrise in this hill-top Umbrian town.—Jasmine Crystal Mah from Questa Dolce Vita
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 Venice- photo-by-Zoe-Gath

Venice.Even if you do not believe in magic you will find it here.
Zoe Gathi from Zoe Gathi
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Pompeii Photo by Michael David

One of the modern statues that sat within historic Pompeii – by the late Polish sculptor Igor Mitoraj.
Photo by Michael David from Michael’s Eye 
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carnevale photo by The Venice Insider

Carnevale: A stunning costume for the Carnevale di Venezia in front of the typical gondolas and San Giorgio Maggiore
Photo by Katia from The Venice Insider
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Lgo di OrtaPhoto by Penny Sadler

Piazzas are the place to see and be seen in Italy. Piazza Motta in Pretty Orta San Giulio, Lago di Orta
Penny Sadler from Adventures of a Carry-On
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Venice Grand Canal by Bob Hill

The view across the Grand Canal in Venice could be a painting, a photograph or perhaps a dream.
Bob Hill from Bob Hill Visual Art
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Punta Ala beach Photo by Lisa Watson

There’s always space to sunbathe on the thick ribbon of golden sand at Punta Ala, Tuscany.
Lisa Watson from
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tuscany rooftop views Annette white

The rooftop views of Tuscany never disappoint, especially this one from Boboli Gardens in Florence
Annette White from Bucket List Journey
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 San Gimignano pointsandtravel photo
I love this amazing view from San Gimignano, Italy.
Cacinda Maloney from Points and Travel
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Burano  Photo by Marilyn Jones

Colorful Burano Island in Venice
Marilyn Jones from Travel with Marilyn
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 Agrigento Photo by Paula Sweet

I captured Paula Sweet photographing one of the fine examples of Greek architecture still standing in the Valley of the Temples on the island of Sicily.
Stanley Moss and photographer Paula Sweet from Lucire
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Gossip on a street corner, a San Frediano specialty since 1959 (and probably a lot longer).
Georgette Jupe-Pradier from Girl in Florence  
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Procida-Photo by Karen Henderson

Just 30 minutes from Naples by hydrofoil, the little island of Procida will steal your breath away with its salt water taffy colored houses in the fisherman’s borgo of Corricella.
Karen Henderson from The Venice Experience
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Padova by Debra Kolkka

The magnificent Basilica Sant’Antonio in Padova is stunning with its 8 cupolas, one of which is topped by a golden angel, twin bell towers and 2 minarets
Debra Kolkka from Bagni di Lucca and Beyond
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 Magnificent Selinunte by Victoria De Maio
There is something hauntingly majestic about Selinunte, Greek archaeological site by the sea in southwestern Sicily.
Victoria De Maio from PostcardZ from Victoria
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Photo by Maria Pasquale

Giannutri island of the Maremma Coast is the Tuscany you don’t expect. These sparkling waters blew me away
Maria Pasquale from Heart Rome
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A time-honored tradition of gondolas completely made by hand by true craftsmen at Squero di San Trovaso in the Dorsorduro neighborhood of Venice
Rae Pfundt from Kickin It with Rae
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1 Arte Rame & Ferro store Photo by Gina Richardson

The Arte Rame & Ferro store and workshop in in Guardiagrele, Abruzzo.
Gina Richardson from Gina Girasole – My Adventures in Italy
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Bridge of Sighs in Venice by Julie Busa

The Bridge of Sighs is a romantic spot and simply takes your breath away.
Julie Busa from Traveling to Italy
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 San Gimignano by John Fodera

Piazza della Cisterna in San Gimignano boasts picturesque architecture
John Fodera from Tuscan Vines
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Capri gentlemen by Grace Rocco

These gentlemen are in Capri. They are standing at the port.
Grace Rocco from Grace Goes to Italy…sempre
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 Capri Sunset by Ashley Turney

It’s always so hard to leave Capri island, but this view makes it worth it.
Ashley Turney from L’Esperta 
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Positano on the Amalfi Coast is magical, relaxing, beautiful and inspiring.
Margie Miklas from Margie in Italy
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 Matera  photo by Tracy Burns
The breathtaking Caveoso sassi in Matera are made from calcareous rock.
—Tracy Burns from Tracy’s Travels
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 Artichokes in Ostuni - photo by Orna O'Reilly

Life in Puglia is wonderful! So much to see
—Orna O’Reilly Weber from Orna O’Reilly:Travelling Italy
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Lemons by Sarah Kearney

Taken in Springtime from the Parco Duca di Cesaro, the public gardens of Taormina. One of my favourite places boasting a postcard perfect view of a snow-capped Mount Etna representing Fire and Ice matched with tempting Sicilian lemons that grow in such abundance on the island.
— Sarah Kearney from White Almond Private Sicily
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Venice photo by Monica Cesarato

Venice: The calm of perfection
Monica Cesarato from Monica Cesarato
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Gallipoli photo by SUSAN NELSON

Gallipoli means “beautiful city.” The long sandy beaches and warm ocean waters are an islander’s paradise.
Susan Nelson from Timeless Italy Travels
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Italy is a photographer’s dream and every corner beckons a photo opportunity. Until your next visit, enjoy traveling vicariously to La Bella Italia with our favorite photos. Hope to see you soon and don’t forget your camera.

We love to share the best photos of Italy with our Instagram followers, so please tag your photos #BaglioniHotels and we’ll repost the best images of Italy on @BaglioniHotels. Grazie.

Feature photo by Annette White

Concierge Tip: The above photos taken throughout Italy showcase the country’s rich diversity. Have you ever thought about making several inspiring stops on one unforgettable Italian odyssey? Contact us about your Baglioni Tour to design the perfect itinerary exploring your dream destinations throughout Italy.






























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