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Italy is a country steeped in history and culture, from Rome's seemingly endless monuments and Venice's iconic canals, to Florence's artistic pedigree and the mecca of design and fashion that is Milan. To visit Italy is to lose oneself in its world-altering past, visible as much in its streets and walls as in its museums.As a heavily visited country, Italy has no shortage of beautiful and atmospheric hotels. When in Rome, if price is no object, the Gran Melia Rome is a former convent positioned on the site of Emperor Nero's mother's home away from home. For a more affordable but no less chic option, the Hotel Raphael offers breath-taking views of Rome's skyline.If visiting Venice, try the Locando Orseolo, steps away from Saint Mark's Square. Otherwise, visitors may consider using the historic city of Padua as a quieter but no less beautiful base from which to explore both Venice and Verona. In Florence, try the AdAstra, located in a private garden, or the riverside Ville Sull'Arno. In the summer, Italy's main attractions are often choked with tourists and temperatures can rise to uncomfortable heights. The shoulder months of March to May and September to November are the best times to visit.