The Best Chillin in Italy

Looking for the best chillin in Italy? We've got you covered with the top trails, trips, hiking, backpacking, camping and more around Italy. The detailed guides, photos, and reviews are all submitted by the Outbound community.

Top chillin spots in and near Italy

  • Amalfi, Italy

    Hike from Amalfi to Ravello and Atrani

    5.0
    Beginning in the town center of Amalfi, at the square facing the church, take the road leading directly away from the ocean. Prior to passing the large building over the road, take the staircase on the right onto a small "street." Continue up the mountain, taking the roads on the right that lead ...
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  • Sorrento, Italy

    Explore Bagni Della Regina Giovanna

    Take a short bus ride from the Sorrento city center to Marina di Puolo and experience a favorite local swimming spot.After taking the local bus to Marina di Puolo (if you're not sure, ask the bus driver to let you know when you reach the stop), cross the road from the café on the corner and follo...
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  • Pietracamela, Italy

    Climb Corno Piccolo

    7 mi / 2500 ft gain
    Corno Piccolo (8710') or "Little Horn" as part of the Gran Sasso Massif, is the rocky, limestone heart of the Italian Peninsula, providing epic views from Adriatic to Tyrrhenian Seas. There are numerous world-class climbing routes to the summit, the most straightforward being a hike from the ski ...
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  • Tarvisio, Italy

    Hike to Fusine Lake

    2.5 mi / 3116.8 ft gain
    If you are passing by Tarvisio, a trip to Fusine lakes is an essential step of your journey. Located about a 1h drive from the city of Udine in northeast Italy, it’s easily accessible and provides plenty of places for parking. Park your car at the beginning of the "Sentiero del Lago" to get to th...
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  • Barcis, Italy

    Hike to Sentiero del Dint

    1.9 mi / 1722.4 ft gain
    The colors of the water of this lake alone, from green to blue, a great reason to plan a trip to this magical place. But, you shouldn't miss out on the opportunity to follow the Dint Path, a trail through the woods near the Forra del Cellina Nature Reserve.The main path is easily accessible from ...
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  • Auronzo di Cadore, Italy

    Hike the Tre Cime Di Lavaredo Loop

    5.0
    6.3 mi / 1105 ft gain
    The famous Italy Dolomites are littered with numerous great hikes to showcase them, however, this trail is the cream of the crop. It will not disappoint. You have the option of hiking up to Rifugio Auronzo from Misurina, which is detailed out here. The other option that makes it easier if you're ...
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  • Civitella D'agliano, Italy

    Explore Civitella d'Angliano

    5.0
    About 50 miles northwest of Rome, the commune Civitella d'Angliano is nestled 860ft in elevation. There are walking trails all around but simply walking around Civitella will get you winded because of the hilly terrain.   If you want to escape the tourist haven of Rome, you can hop on a train to ...
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  • Venezia, Italy

    Take a Gondola Ride in Venice

    2.7
    Tour the Canal Grande as well as picturesque side streets. 
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  • Capri, Italy

    Take a Boat Ride around the island of Capri

    5.0
    This is a wonderful experience that you can have on the island of Capri to see everything around the island in a 5-15 person boat ride.  There are many vendors/companies right in the main harbor that will be able to take you around the island. Most people speak English on the island as it is very...
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  • Braies, Italy

    Hike and Canoe at Lago Di Braies

    4.0
    2.2 mi
    Starting at the Hotel Lago Di Braies, you have the option to loop around the lake to hiker's left or right. To the left is the local dock, while to the right is a chapel and barn. Either way, you will end up where you started no longer than an hour and a half later. Once you are done with the loo...
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  • Duino-Aurisina, Italy

    Hike the Rilke Trail, Riserva Naturale Regionale delle Falesie di Duino

    1.2 mi / 272.3 ft gain
    The Rilke trail stretches for almost 1.7 km along the Karstic cliffs.The path takes you into wonderful Karstic pine woods with a mix of Mediterranean flora all around and many types of surface Karst phenomena.You will find 5 “Belvedere Points” where you can stop and admire the picturesque panoram...
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  • Rabbi, Italy

    Backpack to Sternai Lakes in Stelvio National Park

    18.6 mi / 4265.1 ft gain
    We start our excursion just below Saent waterfall at 1529 mt at around 11 am. The sky is dark and pushes us to move quickly not to get all the storm on our heads. The hut is still far and we move beside waterfalls and woods (trail 106). At around 2000 mt we cross the forest border and we find our...
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  • Malcesine, Italy

    Explore Monte Baldo

    / 5774 ft gain
    The Malcesine Funicular Cableway is the easiest and most direct way to get to the top of Monte Baldo. Monte Baldo is located in the region of Lake Garda, about a 2 hour bus ride from Verona, Italy.  Once at the funicular, purchase your tickets and take the funicular up! You'll transfer to a secon...
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  • Camogli, Italy

    Hike from Camogli to San Fruttoso

    5.8 mi / 520 ft gain
    You can either start in Camogli, hike to San Fruttoso and take a ferry back (like we did). Do this as an out-and-back hike. Or take the ferry to San Fruttoso and hike in the reverse to Camogli. Here is a link to the schedule, but always double check. Also, you're exposed for roughly 80% of this h...
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  • Roma, Italy

    Explore the Ruins of the Coliseum

    4.8
    Incredibly impressive, no trip to Rome would be complete without a visit to this amazing structure.  There are lots of tours that take you around the inside, and down into the depths of the ruin.  Wonderful spot for photography, and great for adults and families alike.   If you have time, I would...
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  • Pompeii, Italy

    Explore the Ruins and Walk the Streets of Pompeii

    5.0
    Pompeii and its inhabitants were buried after the catastrophic volcanic eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 A.D.  It is now a vast archaeological site with excavated houses, streets, and artifacts that visitors can roam and explore. There are 2 main entrances to Pompeii:  Porta Marina (main entrance...
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