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Italy is without a doubt one of the most exciting destinations in the world for teaching English as a foreign language.
You should also take the time at weekends and during holidays to venture farther afield as there are countless fascinating places to visit.
However, if you prefer to get off the beaten track, there are hundreds of other smaller and less visited attractions to enjoy in towns and cities across the country.
During your stay you should have plenty of time to fully explore the city you are in and to get to know it like a local.
This list of the 20 most visited tourist attractions in Italy contains most people’s must-see museums, galleries, palaces, and monuments.
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