Italy regions and provinces map

School knowledge and general knowledge are such a thing. Sometimes you get asked really simple questions and then embarrassingly don't know the answer. And certainly not when it comes to neighboring countries or classic vacation countries.

What are the regions of Italy and the capitals called?

Here is the answer because of the regions: Italy is divided into 20 regions with the following capitals:

RegionItalian nameCapital
AbruzzoAbruzzoL'Aquila
aosta ValleyValle d'AostaAosta
PugliaApuliaBari
BasilicataBasilicataPower
Emilia RomagnaEmilia RomagnaBologna
Friuli-Venezia GiuliaFriuli-Venezia GiuliaTriest
CalabriaCalabriaCatanzaro
CampaniaCampaniaNaples
LazioLatiumRome
LiguriaLiguriaGenoa
LombardyLombardyMilan
TrademarksMarcheAncona
MoliseMoliseCampobasso
PiedmontPiedmontTurin
SardiniaSardiniaCagliari
SicilySicilyPalermo
TuscanyTuscanyFlorence
Trentino-South TyrolTrentino-Alto AdigeTrent
UmbriaUmbriaPerugia
VenetoVenetoVenice

Map of 20 regions of Italy and all provinces

Click on the image to enlarge the map of Italy | © lesniewski / Adobe Stock

Regions in Italy with provinces
Regions in Italy with provinces - © lesniewski / Adobe Stock

Neighboring countries Italy?

There are six countries bordering Italy. The following neighboring countries border Italy:

  • Italy borders Austria and Switzerland to the north
  • in the west to France
  • Slovenia to the east
  • San Marino and the Vatican City are completely surrounded by Italian territory
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