TESOL Tourism in Italy
Having as many as 44 UNESCO world heritage sites, Italy remains the country with the most popular tourist attractions in the world.
From the ancient Coliseum in Rome to the wondrous Tower of Pisa; Italy has a myriad of architectural laurels. The Valley of Temples, Ancient Pompeii and Foro Romano, are other great sightseeing attractions.
Buildings, monuments and awe-inspiring sights are not the only reasons why Italy stands out. Milan, one of the fashion capitals of the world has astounded people across the globe with its unique fashion trends and flamboyant fashion shows. Some of the best designers in the world, like Gianni Versace and Valentino Garavani, come from Italy.
So, sightseeing is definitely not the only option for you if you’re planning to travel around this ever-so-magnificent-country. Italy is a small country that can be traveled across in a matter of hours. Many activities are expensive, but there is much to do for the TESOL teacher. Although wages are not very high, those who hold an advanced TESOL certificate are able to enjoy the beautiful life.
You could go hiking in the Dolomites or climb up the Alps; admire the culture and heritage of the country in the Vatican museums or eat all you can at Osteria Francescana in Modena, one of the top restaurants in the world; after all, what’s a good visit without food that will get your taste buds flowing. Fancy a swim? Try Lido Beach, you will certainly love it.