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All Roads Lead to Rome, The Eternal City. Where gladiators once fought for honour in front of thousands of spectators in the Colosseum. The city is steeped in history with ancient architecture and cobbled streets to explore all day long.
Two great football clubs; AS Roma and SS Lazio, battle before passionate crowds of supporters for the glory of Rome. Match days are special around the city, with fans creating an exciting atmosphere around all corners of the city.
Take a trip around the great Colosseum and taste the finest Italian cuisine, as well as immersing yourself in the passion of the Roman fans, roaring their support towards modern day gladiators in the Olympic Stadium.
Milan is a vibrant cosmopolitan city which mixes the old culture with the new modern Italy. Home of European fashion, visit The Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II shopping mall, or witness some of the finest architecture in the form of the cities very own cathedral.
The city boasts the two most supported clubs in Italy, which contest a bitter rivalry, dominating the Italian football calendar. Inter and AC are true giants of world football with 87 national and international trophies between them.
The city reflects these clubs' greatness, and has something to offer everyone. Whether it be in the form of sporting entertainment, designer shopping, or rich cultural experiences.
Lying at the foot of Mount Vesuvius, Naples is the city of old Italy. Arguably the home of pizza, the city is the Italy everyone wants to see. Winding cobbled streets and grand cathedrals really give the city a strong cultural feel.
The city offers one of the best atmospheres in European football, with the Napolese citizens passionately supporting their local club SCC Napoli, in the Stadio San Paolo.
A trip to Naples wouldn't be complete without journeying to the Museo Nazionale Archeologico, home to the treasures and remnants from nearby Pompeii and Herculaneum.
One of the oldest Italian cities in the modern industrial heart of Italy's North, bounded by the Alps on all sides. This historic city has much to offer all travellers and football fanatics alike.
Enjoy the cities cultural heart, and witness the historic and architectural wonder that is Mole Antonelliana. Visit the Basilica of Superga where the legendary generation of Torino players tragically died in an air disaster, subsequently led to the rise to power of Juventus.
This city is full of football rivalry and history, and is definitely a must see for all Italian football fans, or football fans in general.
Firenze, or Florence in English is one of Italy’s oldest cities and a major capital for tourism and culture. The capital of the Tuscan region, the city is famous for the artwork of Michael Angelo and the beautiful cathedral designed by Leonardo da Vinci. The city is also known as the birthplace of the Renaissance.
One sport the city is extremely famous for is the 600-year old Calcio Storico, which appears to be a mix of association football, rugby, MMA and Greco Roman wrestling.
Fiorentina is the city's only football club. On match days, a special atmosphere is created within the stadium, as the stands are washed with purple.
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