Italy's major industries are tourism, machinery, iron and steel, chemicals, food processing, textiles, motor vehicles, clothing, footwear and ceramics. Production is primarily situated in the northern part of the country and is dominated by private enterprises. Two major industrial cities in the north are Turin, the country's manufacturing capital, and Milan, the business and fashion capital.
Some of the most well-known Italian brands are in the automotive sector and include the luxury car brands Ferrari, Lamborghini and Maserati. Italy is also famous for brands in fashion and apparel such as Gucci, Prada, Versace, Giorgio Armani and United Colors of Benetton.
There are several notable Italian food and beverage companies. Illy is a coffee company that specializes in espresso and coffee makers. Barilla is a manufacturer of dried pasta and pasta sauces. Peroni is a brewer of beer. Martini and Rossi makes vermouth for alcoholic drinks. Parmalat manufactures dairy products such as yogurt and milk, and Nutella produces a well-known sweet hazelnut chocolate spread.
Tourism is one of Italy's most profitable industries, and the country is the fifth most-visited in the world. Some of the popular attractions are the Colosseum in Rome, the canals of Venice, the Leaning Tower of Pisa, the ruins of Pompeii and the seascapes of Sicily.