The top 5 best cities to live in Italy
is the most populous city in the country, famous for its palaces, green streets and colorful houses, and, of course, Milan is a recognized fashion capital and a very creative place, ideal for designers and everyone connected with fashion, as well as financiers and brokers, since it is here that the Italian stock exchange is located;Bolzano
is a city surrounded by mountains and at the foot of the Dolomites with a large number of castles and ski resorts. For many years it was considered the best city to live in Italy;Trento
is a city with a centuries-old history near the Alps, founded in the 4th century BC. There are many architectural masterpieces: the Palazzo Pretorio Palace, the Piazza Duomo with beautiful mansions and the fountain "Neptune", the railway station in the style of Italian modernism. Tourism, trade, services, agriculture and winemaking are particularly developed;Aosta
is a small Italian city-the capital of skiing and mountain tourism with a transitional climate from temperate to subtropical, which has preserved the ancient Roman history. Locals call Aosta the "spectacle of life";Trieste
is an "Italian Vienna" with notes of Austrian architecture and ancient Roman heritage, the city in general has collected almost all architectural styles known in Italy. Trieste is home to a metallurgical plant and several major national and international research institutes.