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Italy is a destination one could easily return to again and again. It’s hard to know where to begin in this country that’s home to some of the world’s most iconic landmarks like the Roman Colosseum and endless remarkable artistic masterpieces like Michelangelo’s work in the Sistine Chapel. Venice, the “Floating City,” is world renowned, built on a series of nearly 120 islands, with gondola rides one of the most romantic ways to explore it.

Then there’s the stunning coastline, with villages and pastel-colored villas built into sheer cliffs overlooking the brilliant blue sea and medieval hilltop towns that look like something out of a dream. One can climb a volcano and take a journey back in time to the 1st-century AD by exploring Pompeii, remarkably well preserved under ash during the massive 79 AD volcanic eruption – even the chariot tracks are still visible in the ancient roadways.

Heading north is the gorgeous Lakes district, which draws many of the rich and famous, including celebrities like George Clooney. Magnificent mansions line the banks of the sapphire waters of Lake Como and others. In the distance are dramatic mountains, with the Dolomite range calling locals and visitors alike to ski down its snowy slopes. It’s an endless feast of experiences, and speaking of feasts, there’s no shortage of mouthwatering cuisine with Italian fare considered some of the tastiest on the planet. You’ll find plenty of fine local wines to pair with it, produced from the vineyards of Tuscany and beyond.

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With Italian and French family, and having lived in Denmark, Sweden and the UK, I embrace the role of a European travel specialist. Although Rome is my home, I love sharing the hidden gems in Europe too.

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Our Trips to Italy

  • The Highlights of Italy

    Rome, Florence, Venice

    7 Nights
    From $2,512 PP
    Discover the highlights of Italy from the Vatican Museums, Roman Colosseum and Florence masterpieces...
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  • Unforgettable Italy

    Venice, Florence, Amalfi, Rome

    10 Nights
    From $2,931 PP
    Soak up stunning coastal scenery, cruise Venice’s canals and visit iconic landmarks like Florence...
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  • Best of Italy

    Venice, Florence, Amalfi, Naples, Rome

    13 Nights
    From $3,908 PP
    Discover the best of Italy from the picturesque canals of Venice and the stunning Amalfi coast to br...
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  • Historic Rome & the Amalfi Coast

    Rome, Pompeii, Amalfi Coast

    9 Nights
    From $2,582 PP
    Look forward to nine nights exploring ancient history, incredible works of art and spectacular scene...
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  • Italy the Grand Tour

    Rome, Sorrento, Amalfi Coast, Naples, Florence, Lake Como, Venice

    15 Nights
    From $5,199 PP
    The ultimate tour through Italy hits all the highlights from Rome, the Amalfi Coast and Pompeii to T...
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  • Rome, Coastline and Mountains

    Rome, Amalfi, Palermo, Taormina

    10 Nights
    From $2,861 PP
    This magical tour reveals Italy’s most spectacular highlights from the Roman Colosseum to the brea...
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  • Undiscovered Puglia

    Matera, Savelletri, Lecce, Bari

    9 Nights
    From $2,896 PP
    Discover the often overlooked “heel of the boot” on a 9-nights trip jam-packed with delicious fo...
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  • Best of Sicily

    Palermo, Taormina, Catania

    7 Nights
    From $1,954 PP
    Enjoy a week discovering some of the best Sicily has to offer from breathtaking scenery to rich hist...
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  • Rome & Sicily Explorer

    Rome, Palermo, Taormina, Syracuse

    9 Nights
    From $2,652 PP
    Discover the best of Rome and Sicily on this nine-night tour that covers everything from the Sistine...
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  • Discover the Italian Lakes

    Milan, Lake Como, Lake Garda

    7 Nights
    From $2,086 PP
    Immerse yourself in stunning beauty from world-renowned works of art in Milan to the spectacular nat...
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  • Paris and the Pearls of Italy

    Paris, Florence, Rome

    10 Nights
    From $3,280 PP
    This enchanting tour oozes with romance, covering the best of art, history, food and wine in Paris, ...
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  • Puglia and Sorrento

    Puglia, Sorrento

    7 Nights
    From $2,086 PP
    Explore the “heel of the boot” and coastal Sorrento on this adventure that focuses on stunning s...
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  • Rome and Florence

    Rome, Florence

    7 Nights
    From $2,366 PP
    Discover the highlights of Rome, Florence and some of Tuscany’s most magical medieval hilltop town...
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  • Lake Como and Venice

    Lake Como, Venice

    7 Nights
    From $2,645 PP
    Discover the classic lake and mountain beauty of Lake Como and the ‘Floating City’ of Venice on ...
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  • Florence and Venice

    Florence, Venice

    7 Nights
    From $2,505 PP
    Discover two of Italy’s most magnificent cities through fascinating guided tours and mouth-waterin...
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Where to visit in Italy

Our travel experts have collated their top recommendations of where to visit in Italy.

  • Rome

    Rome

    One of the world’s top tourist destinations, the timeless grandeur and beauty of Rome is a place that everyone should visit at least once, from the iconic sights like the Roman Colosseum and Vatican City’s Sistine Chapel to the little things, like strolling the narrow alleyways and streets, simply wandering while taking in the sounds, sights and aromas, like the fresh bread wafting from a family-owned bakery or the smell of handmade leather goods. There’s so much to see and do, you won’t want to miss tossing three coins into Trevi Fountain. If you do, legend says you’ll have the chance to return.

  • Florence

    Florence

    One of Italy’s most important Renaissance art and architectural centers, Florence is a spectacular city filled with palaces, churches and museums that hold some of the world’s greatest artistic treasures. The Accademia Gallery holds the genius Michelangelo’s work, including the over 13-foot-tall marble statue of David, while Santa Maria del Fiore, or The Duomo as the locals call it, is the impressive prominent landmark on its skyline. The Campanile, or bell tower, is attached, and by climbing the 414 steps to the top visitors can take in a breathtaking view over the city and the dome.

  • Venice

    Venice

    The “Floating City,” Venice is spread across a series of 118 islands that lie in the Venetian lagoon along the Adriatic Sea. It’s one of the most romantic and beautiful cities in the world, a fun place to just get lost in, discovering its charms in hidden alleyways and famous squares like Piazza San Marco with landmarks like Saint Mark’s Basilica, palaces, and world-renowned museums. A gondola ride through the picturesque canals is one of the world’s most romantic experiences, especially at sunset with a bottle of wine.

  • Sorrento

    Sorrento

    Situated in the southern part of Italy serving as the gateway to the Amalfi Coast, one of the world’s most breathtaking coastlines, the town of Sorrento may be small in size, but it packs a punch when it comes to history and culture. It sits on a cliff among olive and lemon groves overlooking the sea, with a ravine dividing the old town with the new suburban area. In the historic center you’ll find a Roman grid of narrow streets revealing its past as an important trading post during the Middle Ages.

  • Amalfi

    Amalfi

    Amalfi is the main town along the Amalfi Coast, and one of the most historic with a glorious history as a maritime republic and a trade bridge between the Byzantine and western worlds for centuries. Its cluster of whitewashed buildings sparkle in the sun, standing out among the string of towns along the dramatic coastline. It ambles up the hillside from the sea from gently than some of the others which cling vertically to the cliffs, making it easier to stroll around. Walking the picturesque waterfront promenade and enjoying the Piazza del Duomo, the focal point of the historic center, is a must.

  • Milan

    Milan

    Milan is Italy’s hub of industry, finance and commerce as well as being an international capital of fashion, architecture, and industrial design. For tourists, arguably the top sight to see can be found in the refectory of the Convent of Santa Maria delle Grazie, which is home to Leonardo da Vinci’s The Last Supper. It’s also home to Europe’s third largest church, Milan Cathedral or Duomo di Milano, which took some 600 years to complete, featuring 135 spires and 3,500 statues which dominates the grand piazza on which it sits, Piazza del Duomo.

  • Lake Como

    Lake Como

    A popular day trip from Milan and a destination in its own right, Lake Como is one of the most beautiful lakes in all of Italy with its sparkling sapphire waters surrounded by beautifully manicured gardens, grand villas and emerald forest while jagged mountain peaks soar in the distance. It’s long been a favorite destination for tourists of all types, including celebrities like George Clooney who fell so head over heels he purchased a mansion here. Charming villages dot the shoreline, with hop-on and hop-off boat excursions a perfect way to explore them.

  • Sicily

    Sicily

    Sicily is the largest island in Italy, famous for its magnificent architecture as well as its ancient villages, national parks, beaches and mountains, providing a little something for everyone. Admire the impressive Baroque buildings in the capital of Palermo and be sure to take a food tour to taste the fresher than fresh seafood and culinary delights in the open-air markets. The seaside resort towns of Cefalu and Taormina are wonderful to relax in and enjoy the sights like the 12th-century Cefalu Cathedral and a 17th-century fortress.

  • Siena

    Siena

    Siena is a beautiful town that’s changed very little over the past 800 years. Piazza del Campo, its captivating 13th-century main square is at its heart and famous for hosting the Il Palio bareback horse race twice every summer. It’s less touristy than popular cities like Florence, a place where you’re less likely to rub elbows with countless others. See the Sienese works of art in the Civic Museum and, if you’re up for it, climb the over 500 steps for the civic palace to soak up an amazing view.

  • Lecce

    Lecce

    One of the largest cities in Puglia, located in the “heel of the boot,” Lecce is a beautiful Baroque city with a unique flavor and culture of its own, set along the Adriatic. There are practically an endless number of sights to discover, including a 16th-century castle and one of Italy’s most important churches, the Church of the Holy Cross, constructed over 300 years, starting in the mid-14th-century. You’ll also find a 2nd-century Roman amphitheater that sat over 25,000 spectators, along with opportunities for modern delights, like the buzzing nightlife.

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