What is the best thing about Italy?
I think it is the culture, Ferrari, and Rome.
Personally, I love the whole of laid back Mediterranean Europe. The weather and lifestyle makes it wonderful.
As for Italy itself, the ancient cultural aspects are obviously more evident in Italy, and the wines are extremely nice in my view, especially the whites. Food is great, although I personally like French cuisine a bit more.
The natural landscape is generally quite dramatic too, because of the mountains, but that comes at a price with earthquakes.
Finally, I guess the Italians themselves make Italy what it really is. Hot-blooded, exuberant, and fun!
Well, I think, as you do, that their culture -and-history- is the best about the country. But also, its natural beauty, architecture, the Mediterranean, their warm hearted people and, of course, their food!!
Forse il gelato, ma il cibo è tutto buono... Per me, è la più bella dell'arte Italiana
Italy is wonderful for many reasons such as its amazing history and architecture, fantastic weather and nature, great culture and tasty food. I love it.
Ferraris are great cars, although I've never owned one. I remember driving one one a racetrack once, 150 mph coming over a hill with a corner just ahead, like 50m, and in the rain. I braked, and my instructor said to go for it, don't brake. I came over the hill at 150 mph, 30m to go and then braked. I almost came to a stop before the bend, didn't even begin to skid and no loss of control. Those cars are absolutely amazing.