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Tourism in Italy: Quiz


Question 1: The area has a unique cuisine, including wines and dishes such as ________ and Tiramisu in Veneto and Cotechino, Ragu and Parma ham in Emilia Romagna.
ProseccoMimosa (cocktail)Sparkling wineChampagne (wine)

Question 2: Other major tourist locations include Turin, Naples, Padua, ________, Perugia, Genoa, Sicily, Sardinia, Salento and Cinque Terre.

Question 3: Regions: ________, Basilicata, Calabria, Campania and Molise Naples is the most visited city in the area, and the ruins of Pompeii are the most visited sights.

Question 4: Be aware that if traveling between Trieste and ________ that a 'vignette' pass is required to drive on Slovenia's highways and costs 15 € for a one week pass.

Question 5: ________ (Genova) — it was one of the most important medieval maritime republic.

Question 6: Many northern cities are also able to use the ________ as an attraction for winter sports, while coastal southern cities have the Mediterranean Sea to draw tourists looking for sun.
GeographyHimalayasAlpsJura Mountains

Question 7: Regions: Lazio, ________, Marche, Tuscany and Umbria

Question 8: ________, regarded as the birthplace of the Italian Renaissance, is Tuscany's most visited city, whereas nearby cities like Siena, Pisa, and Lucca also have rich cultural heritages.

Question 9: Other main sights in the city include the Pantheon, the Trevi Fountain, Piazza Navona, St Peter's Basilica, the ________[9], Castel Sant'Angelo, the Basilica of St.

Question 10: Apart from Rome, Milan, Venice and ________ are the top destinations for tourism in Italy.


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