First thing first, keep in mind that Italy is a country full of differences. Every region of it is unique, and has its own characteristics.
I live in Sicily, and I went in Veneto... So, I really went in the opposite part of my country!
^ That is Veneto! And the island in the very south is Sicily
I visited Treviso, Padova, Venezia (Venice, but I like to call places how they're called by people that live in them!!) and some minor towns (but they're all lovely!).
Treviso is the most cute, clean and nice city I ever seen! Padova is amazing too, even if it was snowing like crazy... and it was the first snow of my life!!
Venezia is a must for every tourist, I guess. And this is why I was not so excited about it, but come on, soon or later everyone should walk through its little streets!
So, that's all. Then I returned home, wondering about the differences between North and South Italy. Remember to think about what you'd like to see, if you'll come to visit us! Italy isn't just Rome!
My little, nice travel was sponsored by my dear friend Alice. Thank you so much, dear! (How many times I said "thank you" already? But never too many!)