10 most beautiful places in Italy to visit (2024)

What are the most beautiful places in Italy? You voted for the loveliest Italian cities, unmissable towns, and lovely regions and we created the definitive list of Italy's top 10 best places to visit. Now take a look at what to see and do and where to stay, according to the Italy experts at Rough Guides.

  • 1. Florence for its artists' grandeur
  • 2. San Gimignano for stunning medieval towers
  • 3. Tuscany: for stunning vineyards
  • 4. Lake Garda — one of the most beautiful places in Italy to sail
  • 5. Positano one of Italy's iconic picturesque villages
  • 6. Puglia — or the Florence of the South
  • 7. Capri for breathtaking views
  • 8. Venice — Italy's "Floating City"
  • 9. The legendary villages of Cinque Terre
  • 10. The romantic city of Verona
  • 11. Sorrento for panoramic views

Tailor-made travel itineraries for Italy, created by local experts

8 days/ from2646 USDExperience the hit TV show 'The White Lotus' in SicilyStay in beautiful Taormina with gorgeous views of Mount Etna and discover Sicily, including famous filming locations. Go on exclusive wine tastings, discover the Greek theater in Taormina with a private guide, visit other Sicilian towns and enjoy the crystal clear water on this week-long trip. view trip ⤍
8 days/ from3289 USDEnchanting Italian LakesExperience the picturesque lakes of Northern Italy, including Lake Garda, Como, Lugano and Maggiore; explore the charming Borromean Islands – former favourites of Ernest Hemingway – and stroll the romantic streets of Verona and Milan. All of this, and much more, with this self-drive trip! view trip ⤍
16 days/ from3289 USDFrom Venice to Florence: A Grand Tour of Northern ItalyFrom the atmospheric canals of Venice and the picturesque coastline of Cinque Terre, to the trendy designer boutiques of Milan and the Renaissance-infused streets of Florence, Northern Italy has plenty to offer. Experience it all with this comprehensive trip. view trip ⤍
5 days/ from1615 USDFlorence: A Trip Back In TimeFlorence. A mere mention of the name conjures up grand images of Renaissance romance, awe-inspiring art and astonishing architecture. Come and see for yourself. view trip ⤍
4 days/ from1026 USDEternal Rome for the WeekendWelcome to this whirlwind tour of Rome, also known as the Eternal City. Rome is one of the most photogenic cities on earth, so make sure you pack your camera. view trip ⤍
6 days/ from2700 USDWine and food in TuscanyStay at a beautiful hotel in San Gimignano, a medieval hill town half way between Florence and Siena. Tuscany is known for its wines and food and that's what you'll be exploring on this itinerary - several wine and food pairings await. All hand-picked by your local travel specialist. view trip ⤍
10 days/ from3078 USDFascinating Southern Italy: Naples, Sorrento and CapriSouthern Italy is the dream of many: charming towns to explore on the Amalfi Coast, crystal clear waters around the island of Capri, a heaven for foodies in Naples and surroundings as well as historical sights such as Pompeii are at your fingertips to discover. view trip ⤍
5 days/ from853 USDTrieste - a combination of hiking and cultureExperience Trieste, not just visit it! Discover this reality from another angle, the local one, made up of small daily rituals and places hidden from tourists. Keeping you company along the routes will often be the blue of the Adriatic and the wonderful views of the Gulf of Trieste. view trip ⤍
10 days/ from2862 USDBest of South Italy: Rome, Naples, Sorrento and the Amalfi CoastColourful villages draped over steep cliffs, cities steeped in culture and history, crystal-clear warm waters and cities frozen in time – South Italy has a lot to offer. Experience it for yourself with this exciting trip. view trip ⤍
12 days/ from3348 USDFrom Country to Coast: A Driving Tour of SardiniaSardinia has a long history dating back to the late 6th century. Buildings remain from various eras and can be found across the island. Add to this the raw beauty of the limestone rocks and the rustic coastal beaches, and this island will not leave you wanting. view trip ⤍
11 days/ from2700 USDLegend and Legacy: A Tour of SicilyA picturesque Mediterranean island just off the ‘toe’ of Italy’s ‘boot’, Sicily was once the centre of the known world. Today, the island’s winding coastal roads, charming towns, and picture-perfect scenery make it ideal for exploring by car. view trip ⤍
4 days/ from1566 USDRomantic VeniceEnjoy a weekend getaway in the most romantic of cities. This compact trip features a pleasant walking tour, which provides a unique insight into the history, art and architecture of Venice, and a gondola ride. You will also have some free time to explore this labyrinthine city. view trip ⤍
8 days/ from2317 USDWonders of Rome and the Amalfi CoastFrom the narrow streets of Rome to the colourful houses perched on the Sorrento Peninsula, the charm and elegance of Italy are seductive. On this unique trip, you will experience spectacular sites and breathtaking views in both iconic destinations. view trip ⤍
10 days/ from3456 USDPiedmont DiscoveryPiedmont is a culinary heaven, with world-class wines and truffle waiting to be discovered. The capital city Turin is a cultural center with a picture perfect skyline. Afterwards, continue to the countryside around Alba, with wine tastings, cooking classes and enjoying the mountains and nature. view trip ⤍
11 days/ from3521 USDA gastronomic journey in Tuscany and the Amalfi CoastThis is truly a trip that gets all your senses tingling. Taste the most wonderful and freshly made Italy food in Naples one day and enjoy the most beautiful views of the Amalfi Coast the next. Experience the smells, taste, feels and sights of Italy when traveling from Florence to the Amalfi Coast. view trip ⤍
8 days/ from3235 USDItalian Cities of the RenaissanceEnjoy a week in Italy, discovering the historical landmarks that the country's top cities have to offer; from the ancient sites of Rome, to the waterways of Venice and the cobbled streets of Florence. view trip ⤍
11 days/ from5346 USDAn Italian dream trip: Rome, Sicily and the Amalfi CoastSavour la dolce vita on this fantastic trip to the real Italy. Discover ancient history and take a cookery class in Rome, before marvelling at Baroque architecture and iconic Mount Etna on the island of Sicily. Exploring the rugged scenery on the Amalfi Coast and Capri concludes a wonderful trip. view trip ⤍
6 days/ from1561 USDExploring Vatican City and AssisiSoak up sights and delights of Ancient Rome, with this week-long trip, including visits to the Sistine Chapel, the Colosseum and St. Peter's Basilica, before journeying to the home of St. Francis of Assisi, Eremo delle Carceri. view trip ⤍
9 days/ from3181 USDTreasures of Italy: Venice, Florence and RomeFrom the charming waterways of Venice, to the Renaissance-imbued streets of Florence, to the historic city of Rome, Italy's top three cities are as unique as they are unmissable. Experience them all on this fascinating trip. view trip ⤍
16 days/ from4860 USDHighlights of Italy - Rome, Amalfi Coast, Cinque Terre and moreThis trip is nothing but short of highlights: spend the first few nights in the capital city of Rome before moving down south to Naples. From here, you will discover the Amalfi Coast before heading to Florence. Tuscany and Cinque Terre await and finally - the fashion capital Milan. view trip ⤍
12 days/ from10260 USDSupercars in the heart of Northern ItalyDiscover the world’s finest sports cars in the Italian cities of Bologna and Modena, as well as see beautiful Venice and Florence. You’ll visit the Ferrari, Lamborghini and Maserati factories and museums, and take a Ferrari out as part of this luxury automotive experience. view trip ⤍

1. Florence for its artists' grandeur

Nestled in the heart of Tuscany, Florence is a city that exudes elegance and artistic grandeur. From the magnificent Duomo and the iconic Ponte Vecchio to the world-famous Uffizi Gallery, every corner of Florence is a feast for the eyes and a testament to the Renaissance period. It is also home to celebrated museums, historic markets, and magnificent gardens.

Where to stay in Florence

  • For easy sightseeing: An easy walk from the Uffizi and Ponte Vecchio, five-star NH Collection Firenze Porta Rossa is a good central choice for sightseeing. But if you want to wake up to views of the Arno choose a riverside room at Pontevecchio Relais in the heart of Florence.
  • For family holidays: Family-run Hotel Nizza might be two-star but it doesn't feel like a budget choice. All rooms are cozy, well-furnished, and en-suite. The staff is helpful and its central Santa Maria Novella location makes for easy city.

Find more accommodation options in Florence.

2. San Gimignano for stunning medieval towers

Tuscany is famous for beautiful hill towns but few are quite as stunning as San Gimignano. Here a dramatic skyline of medieval towers gazes out over the gorgeous, rolling Tuscan countryside. Strolling through its cobbled streets, visitors are transported back in time, surrounded by ancient architecture and the charming Tuscan countryside.

Discover the town's historic centre with its winding backstreets and honey-coloured buildings, as well as frescoed churches and grand gothic palazzi.

Where to stay in San Gimignano

  • For easy sightseeing: Stay at romantic 11th-century Leon Bianco on Piazza della Cisterna in the heart of San Gimignano. Or enjoy the countryside at Hotel Casolare Le Terre Rosse on the ancient pilgrim route of Via Francigena just outside San Gimignano.
  • For local heritage: If immersing yourself in San Gimignano's heritage is the dream, then L'Antico Pozzo in the town centre will suit you perfectly. Here you can look forward to four-poster beds and high ceilings in a tastefully restored Palazzo, parts of which date back to the Middle Ages,
  • For boutique stays: Leon Bianco sits right on the main square so its rooms are ideal for people watching. Originally a 14th-century mansion, but now with a lovely roof terrace, it's a good choice for a boutique hotel vibe cut through with historic charm.

Find more accommodation options in San Gimignano.

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San Gimignano, one of the most beautiful places in Italy to visit © Vaflya/Shutterstock

3. Tuscany: for stunning vineyards

The idea of Tuscany as an idyll of olive groves, vineyards, hill towns and frescoed churches may be clichéd, but it is largely true. Late medieval Tuscany was the birthplace of Italian culture and in many ways remains the essence of what travellers imagine Italy to be.

Ask a sample of middle-class Northern Europeans to define their idea of paradise and the odds are that a hefty percentage will come up with something that sounds a lot like Chianti. Life in Chianti seems in perfect balance: the landscape is a softly varied terrain of hills and valleys; the climate for most of the year is sunny; and on top of all this there’s the wine, the one Italian vintage that’s familiar to just about everyone.

One of the best ways to explore the true wonders of Tuscany, is visiting one of the many vineyards. Some of the top wineries are:

  • Azienda Agricola Malenchini
  • Azienda Agricola Villanoviana
  • Camigliano Castle

If you like wine tasting, check WineTourism, where you can directly book the best wine-tasting experiences.

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Asciano with Val d'Orcia © Shutterstock

4. Lake Garda — one of the most beautiful places in Italy to sail

Lake Garda is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful places in Italy. It's home to the country's largest lake, encircled by dramatic mountains. It is not only a visual delight but also a haven for water sports enthusiasts and nature lovers.

Sailing across Lake Garda offers a breathtaking experience with its tranquil beauty. Taking a day trip here is one of the best things to do when visiting Milan.

Where to stay near Lake Garda

  • For boutique stays: Handsome Villa Sostago is a wonderful boutique hotel in the hills just above Gorgnano. The rooms are lovely, the grounds spacious and there's even a pool and an excellent restaurant. But the remarkable lake views are what really sets Sostago apart.
  • For lakeside views: Almost as well known for its restaurant as its cozy rooms and welcoming atmosphere, Hotel Monte Baldo hugs the lakeside in Limone Sul Garda. All rooms are en-suite and the staff couldn't be more friendly and helpful.

Find more accommodation options around Lake Garda.

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Lake Garda is larger and more down-to-earth than Lake Como © travelpeter/Shutterstock

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5. Positano one of Italy's iconic picturesque villages

Positano is a hillside town on the Amalfi Coast that is instantly recognizable for its pastel-coloured houses that tumble down the hillside and hug the waterfront. This charming village offers magnificent coastal views, inviting beaches, and winding streets lined with quaint shops and restaurants.

The picturesque beauty of Positano has attracted artists and writers for centuries, who have been inspired by its enchanting atmosphere and breathtaking vistas. It is a place where one can unwind, soak up the sun, and indulge in the delights of Italian coastal living.

Where to stay in Positano

  • For beaches: Hotel Pupetto sits on Furnillo Beach and offers direct access to the sands. Book a room with a sea view if you can. But if not, the hotel also has a wonderful, sunny terrace overlooking the Mediterranean.
  • For vintage Positano: For a terrace of your own and views to match, Buca di Bacco is vintage Positano. Set on Spiaggia Grande, the town's main beach, the hotel also offers more modest rooms, still charming, but without private terraces.
  • For great views: Hotel Palazzo Murat is in the heart of Positano, yet only a few minutes from beaches. The hotel pool has great views over the town rooftops and most of the good-sized, well-equipped rooms are in the Palazzo's modern extension.

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The beautiful hillside town of Positano on Italy's Amalfi Coast © iacomino FRiMAGES/Shutterstock

6. Puglia — or the Florence of the South

Located in the sunny south of Italy, Puglia is a region blessed with a diverse landscape. It is best known for its white sand beaches, secret coves, clear seas, and quaint architecture. Puglia is a hidden gem that captivates visitors with its rustic charm and unspoiled beauty.

Affectionately known as the "Florence of the South", this lesser-known region maintains an undiscovered quality that gives the area a charming quality. While here, discover the area's famous olive oil and dazzling historic towns.

Where to stay in Puglia

  • For olive groves: Masseria Il Frantoio just outside Ostuni, is a traditional farmhouse surrounded by olive groves. Meals are created from the estate produce and room rates include access to several lidos on local beaches.
  • For beaches: Hotel Seggio is located in the heart of Old Town Vieste. Here you get the choice of relaxing by the pool or its private beach and its own lagoon. This is a fantastic place to stay for sea views.

Find more accommodation options in Puglia.

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Fairy tale Trulli houses in Italy's Puglia region © Shutterstock

7. Capri for breathtaking views

Off the coast of Naples, the enchanting island of Capri captivates visitors with its rugged cliffs, hidden grottoes, and breathtaking views. This island is easily one of the most beautiful places in Italy.

Once beloved by Emperor Tiberius, today its mix of ancient monuments, pretty towns, and beaches inspires a similar passion in the hordes of celebrities who descend here each summer. The island's natural beauty is exemplified by the famous Faraglioni rock formations and the striking Blue Grotto, a sea cave illuminated by an ethereal blue light.

Whether exploring the charming town of Anacapri, strolling through the vibrant Piazzetta, or basking in the beauty of the island's stunning vistas, Capri is a true Mediterranean paradise that leaves a lasting impression.

Where to stay in Capri

  • For sea views: If you want spectacular Mediterranean views and rooms with terraces and balconies stay at the historic Capri Tiberio Palace.
  • For peaceful stays: Choose peaceful Villa Silia for its pretty garden and sea views, minutes from Capri Town and the Blue Grotto.
  • For a stay at an iconic hotel: Villa Eva in Anacapri has almost cult status on the island. Stay here for light and spacious rooms, individually designed and scattered around the leafy, green hotel gardens. Another much-loved feature is the grand piano-shaped swimming pool.

Find more accommodation options on Capri.

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Don't miss the atmospheric Mediterranean island of Capri © Shutterstock

8. Venice — Italy's "Floating City"

Venice, often referred to as the "Floating City," is an enchanting destination in northern Italy that holds a special place in the hearts of travellers. Built on a lagoon and crisscrossed by a network of canals, Venice is a unique city where gondolas glide gracefully along the waterways and ornate palaces rise majestically from the shores.

From the iconic St. Mark's Square with its stunning Basilica to the romantic Rialto Bridge, Venice exudes a timeless charm that is hard to resist. Exploring its narrow alleyways, visiting the art-filled churches, and experiencing Venetian cuisine are all part of the magical allure of this extraordinary city.

Where to stay in Venice

  • For a stay with a view: Hotel Ai do Mori is just a few steps from the square. It's one of the most expensive one-star hotels in Venice, but considerably cheaper than any other hotels in this area, and several rooms have spectacular views.
  • For San Marco: Rosa Salva is a well-designed, but the not too expensive, hotel in the city centre. Rooms are spacious and decorated in soft metallic tones, natural wood, and leather. Soundproofed windows are an added attraction in the busy San Marco area.

Find more accommodation options in Venice.

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Iconic view of Venice from the lagoon © Shutterstock

9. The legendary villages of Cinque Terre

Discover the five fishing villages that make up Cinque Terre on the Italian Riviera. Perched precariously on cliffs overlooking the turquoise waters of the Ligurian Sea, these villages offer a picturesque and unforgettable experience. Here you'll find a mix of pastel houses, tiny harbours and dramatic seascapes. This is truly a postcard-perfect destination and one of the most beautiful places in Italy.

Those in the know tend to avoid driving Cinque Terre's narrow, crowded roads. Walking is the preferred option and you'll find scenic hiking routes networked around each of the villages.

Where to stay in Cinque Terre

  • For quiet luxury: Understated luxury is a Cinque Terre signature, so indulge in some of that with a stay at La Torretta Lodge in Manarola.
  • For sea views: Alternatively, make your trip all about the sea and book a room with a view at Hotel Due Gemelli in Riomaggiore.
  • For indulgent stays: Hotel Porto Roca is the place to stay in Monterosso, if you aren't on a budget. It's the village's top hotel and overlooks both beaches and hills, offers beautifully decorated rooms with stunning views, and also has a gorgeous infinity pool.
  • For family stays: La Scogliera in Riomaggiore offers two well-equipped apartments and sits right on the waterfront and close to the train station. A good choice for families, the apartments face the sea and have views of local cliffs which are popular with divers during summer.

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The enchanting fishing villages of Cinque Terre on the Italian Riviera © Dreamstime

10. The romantic city of Verona

Verona, a city steeped in history and romance, is another Italian gem that captivates all who visit. Known as the setting for Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet, Verona offers a blend of ancient Roman architecture and medieval charm.

The well-preserved Roman amphitheatre, Arena di Verona, hosts spectacular operatic performances, while the beautiful Piazza delle Erbe invites visitors to explore its vibrant market square. With its cobblestone streets, elegant palaces, and relaxed atmosphere, Verona is easily one of the most beautiful places in Italy.

Where to stay in Verona

  • For romantic stays: Indulge yourself in the sheer romance of Verona with a stay at the evocatively named Lady Capulet Apartments.
  • For music lovers: Welcoming Torcolo is a two-star hotel within 100m of the Arena, just off Piazza Brà. It has been run by the same two sisters for more than 30 years and is a firm favourite with music lovers during Verona's opera season.
  • For five-star luxury: Due Torri is Verona's best-known five-star hotel. All supremely comfortable bedrooms are lavishly decorated in 19th-century Imperial style with opulent, pink Veronese marble bathrooms. And the church of Sant'Anastasia is right next door.

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View of the city of Verona at sunset in summer © Rudy Balasko/Shutterstock

11. Sorrento for panoramic views

The lovely southern town of Sorrento sits on a clifftop above the Bay of Naples. A vintage seaside resort with a long summer season, it's known as a captivating town that boasts stunning vistas, fragrant citrus groves, and a charming old town.

While here, enjoy panoramic views of Mount Vesuvius, indulge in the region's famous limoncello liqueur, or take a boat trip to the nearby islands of Capri and Ischia. Sorrento's idyllic location and Mediterranean charm make it a perfect base for exploring the Amalfi Coast and the historic ruins of Pompeii.

Where to stay in Sorrento

  • For great views: To make the most of the views in Sorrento, think about staying at Clifftop Grand Hotel de la Ville.
  • For peaceful stays: Hotel Bristol has remarkable views over the Bay of Naples from its rooftop pool and bar. The hotel's upper rooms are most peaceful and some feature their own private jacuzzi.
  • For boutique stays: Maison La Minervetta is Sorrento's top boutique hotel. Perched on the cliff overlooking Marina Grande it has a lovely lounge terrace with sea views. The rooms are gorgeous and the grounds contain a plunge pool and jacuzzi.

Find more accommodation options in Sorrento.

Prefer to leave planning and booking to experts? Have a look at some sample itineraries. Both Complete Italy or Italy Itineraries offer inspiration. All tailor-made trips can be modified together with your local expert, then booked for a stress-free holiday.

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Sorrento on the clifftops above the Bay of Naples © Dreamstime

This list could truly go on. There are countless beautiful places in Italy. Ready to start planning your trip? Check out the Rough Guide to Italy.

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10 most beautiful places in Italy to visit (2024)


What is the number 1 tourist spot in Italy? ›

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What are the top three places to visit in Italy for first timers? ›

For a first time visit to Italy, I highly recommend visiting the “big three” of Rome, Florence, and Venice.

Which part of Italy has the nicest people? ›

Overview of Italy's Veneto region

The region is famous for its friendly people and there's always something to do, regardless of whether you're into outdoor activities or just want to relax in a cafe and people watch.

What is the most luxury place in Italy? ›

It is impossible not to fall in love with Lake Como, a renowned luxury destination. A gondola ride in Venice is as grand as the canal you'd ride in and is impossible to resist. The Costa Smeralda (Emerald Coast) on Sardinia's north-east seaboard attracts billionaires and celebrities from all over the world.

What city in Italy has the most attractions? ›

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If you are planning a trip for the best places to visit in Italy, and you are in love with art, culture and cities, you should definitely include Rome in your visit, and make sure to have at least 5 days to visit it, because it's really full of things to see and do.

What city in Italy receives the most tourists? ›

Rome. The Italian capital attracts 70 per cent of the preferences, confirming itself as the most popular Italian destination for foreigners. This is no surprise, given that Rome is one of the world's most famous tourist destinations.

What city to skip in Italy? ›

And I can help you navigate the unknowns. So, what are the top places to avoid in Italy in 2021? Rome, Venice, Naples, Florence, the Amalfi Coast, Lake Como, Milan, Cinque Terre, and any place you've actually heard of before.

What is the best way to go through Italy? ›

Getting around Italy by train

The best way to travel around Italy, if you mainly want to visit the cities like Rome, Florence and Venice, is by train. Italy has an extensive network of both fast speed inter-city trains and regional services that connect the smaller cities and towns.

What is the most walkable city in Italy? ›

Sauntering into first place, the enchanting Italian city of Florence ranks as the world's most walkable city. Within 10 minutes, visitors are able to admire the unique Ponte Vecchio bridge, as well as the iconic Cathedral of Santa Maria—which boasts the largest brick dome ever constructed.

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Portofino. The small, crescent-shaped village of Portofino is known as a vacation hot spot for the rich and famous. The water surrounding Portofino is often filled with yachts and is great for swimming and diving.

What is the best city to visit in Italy for the first time? ›

1. Rome: Italy's best place to visit for history-loving first timers. Thousands of years after Rome's mythical founding by the brothers Romulus and Remus, it's nearly impossible to navigate the city's venerable streets without reminders of the city's deep history.

Which coast of Italy is prettier? ›

The Amalfi Coast is the epitome of what beautiful Italian coastal towns can be. While many Amalfi Coast towns have come to rely on tourism, Vietri sul Mare has remained a traditional fishing village. That has helped this quaint but vibrant seaside town retain a high level of authenticity.

What is the most romantic and attractive city in Italy? ›

One of the most romantic cities in the world, Venice has attained an almost mythical status as a destination for lovers. It's along the canals that fragment this beautiful Italian city into its tiny island-districts that you'll find the ideal of Venetian romance at its most concentrated.

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