We list the picturesque spots in Italy where Liza Soberano and Matteo Guidicelli shot their scenes; and where, you, too, can go should you find yourself in Italia.
Fontana di Nettuno, Bologna. Once called Fontana dei Calderari, the said fountain is made of bronze and is an early work of Giovanni Bologna. Find yourself in this majestic square and get to see the view of the whole old town... for free! Truly a Bologna's best, feel the aquatic ambiance with mermaid sculptures surrounding the fountain.
The Colosseum, Rome. Also known as the Flavian Amphitheatre, The Colosseum is made of concrete and sand. It’s also the largest amphitheater ever built. Nobody gets to leave Roma without paying a visit to The Colosseum. For 12€ or P650, you'll be able to take a trip down the Roman history lane and imagine being transported to an era when the gladiators bloodily fight for their lives.
Piazza del Duomo, Florence. Located in the heart of Florence, the popularity of Piazza del Duomo, also known as Cathedral Square, can be attributed to the Florence Cathedral that can also be found within the area. You can perhaps opt to skip all the other attractions in Firenze but the Duomo is a must-see. Marvel at the sights and open space without having to shell out a penny!
See these lovely locations when you watch Dolce Amore coming this February!
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Photographs screencapped from Dolce Amore's official trailer