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Embark on a luxurious adventure with Luxury Italy Tours, where you’ll immerse yourself in the captivating cities of Rome, Florence, and Venice. Wander through the storied streets of Rome, exploring the Colosseum and Vatican City’s treasures. In Florence, marvel at Renaissance masterpieces in the Uffizi Gallery and indulge in delectable Tuscan cuisine.

For an unforgettable travel experience, consider our private tours of Italy and start planning your getaway today!

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Italy is one of the most beautiful and romantic countries in the world. It is a perfect destination for a luxury vacation or private tour. With a wealth of culture, history, and cuisine to explore Italy is the perfect destination to visit time and time again.

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Curated Tours of Italy

Customized Italian itineraries for your desires: Amalfi Coast’s beauty, Rome’s history, Tuscany’s vineyards. Experience Italy luxuriously with our private tours

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Why we love private tours of Italy

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Italy Expert

I am deeply passionate about Private Italy Tours, driven by my belief that every traveler deserves an unparalleled experience tailored to their desires. With a commitment to exclusivity, I ensure you immerse yourself in Italy’s wonders at your own pace and preference. My expertise allows me to craft personalized journeys, unveiling hidden gems and iconic landmarks alike. You’ll revel in the luxury of private accommodations, indulge in authentic cuisine, and relish the freedom to explore in intimate settings. Whether we’re wandering through historic streets, basking in cultural richness, or savoring breathtaking landscapes, my devotion to delivering exceptional moments makes Private Italy Tours an embodiment of unparalleled travel excellence.

Choosing Unforgettable Travel for your journey to Italy guarantees an unmatched exploration of this captivating country. Our meticulous attention to detail ensures that every aspect of your trip, from thoughtfully curated itineraries to luxurious accommodations, is flawlessly executed.

Best places to go in Italy

Explore the historic splendor of Rome, the artistic treasures of Florence, the romantic canals of Venice, the coastal beauty of the Amalfi Coast, and the cultural richness of Tuscany, each offering a unique and unforgettable experience in Italy.

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    Amalfi Coast

    The Amalfi Coast, a picturesque stretch along Italy’s Sorrentine Peninsula, enchants with its dramatic cliffs, azure waters, and charming villages. Positano, Amalfi, and Ravello exude coastal allure, while lemon groves and vineyards add to the idyllic landscape. A haven for artists and travelers, this coastal gem is a Mediterranean dream.


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    Bologna, the vibrant capital of the Emilia-Romagna region, is one of Italy’s hidden gems. Nestled north of Florence between the Savena and Reno rivers, this city is brimming with charm and steeped in history. Its stunning architecture showcases medieval towers, baroque masterpieces, and Renaissance monuments.

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    Florence, nestled in the heart of Tuscany, Italy, epitomizes Renaissance elegance. Home to Michelangelo’s David and Brunelleschi’s dome, it emanates artistic brilliance. Its Uffizi Gallery and Ponte Vecchio bridge reflect centuries of cultural heritage. A city of artistic prowess, Florence captivates with its architectural marvels and timeless beauty.


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    Situated in northern Italy, Milan serves as the nation’s fashion capital and financial hub. Visitors can admire its stunning gothic architecture, including the magnificent Milan Cathedral, as well as grand palaces, Renaissance buildings, and 4th-century churches that have endured through the ages at the city gates.

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    Naples, the largest city in southern Italy, is also one of the oldest continuously inhabited places in the world. Situated on the Bay of Naples, it offers visitors access to scenic islands, an active volcano, and the stunning Amalfi Coast, renowned as one of the world’s most beautiful coastlines.

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    Positano, perched on a natural terrace overlooking the Tyrrhenian Sea, invites visitors to leisurely explore its winding alleyways. These charming streets are lined with upscale boutiques, custom-made leather sandal shops, art galleries, cafes, and restaurants. In the historic square, you’ll find a centuries-old church rich with artifacts and fascinating stories.

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    Puglia, whilst often overlooked, is one of Italy’s most fascinating regions, boasting unspoiled coastal scenery, exquisite cuisine, and remarkable historical sites. The city of Lecce is often referred to as the ‘Florence of the South’, whilst it is the town of Alberobello that is home to the unique ‘Trullo’ houses that characterize the region.

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    Rome, the timeless capital of Italy, boasts a rich history spanning millennia. Revered for its iconic landmarks, including the Colosseum and Vatican City, it’s a captivating blend of ancient ruins, Renaissance art, and vibrant culture. From the Pantheon to the Sistine Chapel, Rome invites exploration into its captivating past and lively present.

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    Sicily, Italy’s captivating island at the crossroads of civilizations, boasts diverse landscapes, from azure coastlines to volcanic terrain. Its rich history, including Greek temples and Roman ruins, intertwines with vibrant traditions and delectable cuisine. With Mount Etna’s towering presence, Sicily offers an enchanting blend of nature, culture, and history.


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    Sorrento, a town renowned for its lemons and dramatic cliffs, has long captivated tourists. Positioned at the western gateway to the Amalfi Coast, it was a crucial stop on the 19th-century “Grand Tour,” its allure first ignited by poet Lord Byron around 200 years ago.

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    Tuscany, Italy’s rustic heartland, is a tapestry of rolling vineyards, cypress-lined roads, and medieval towns. Florence’s artistry, Siena’s Gothic grace, and Pisa’s iconic tower shine amid the region’s timeless beauty. With its wine, cuisine, and cultural heritage, Tuscany embodies an idyllic blend of history, nature, and Italian charm.


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    Venice, a mesmerizing city in northeastern Italy, is renowned for its enchanting canals, intricate bridges, and ornate architecture. A labyrinth of historic alleys and grand piazzas, it exudes romantic charm and artistic heritage. From gondola rides along the Grand Canal to St. Mark’s Basilica, Venice remains an alluring aquatic masterpiece.


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Best time to visit Italy

Italy is a year-round destination, each season offering unique experiences. Spring (April to June) sees mild weather, blooming landscapes, and fewer crowds. Summer (June to August) is bustling, perfect for coastal escapes and festivals, but can be hot and crowded. Fall (September to November) brings pleasant temperatures, grape harvests, and cultural events. Winter (December to February) is ideal for fewer crowds, skiing in the Alps, and exploring cities without the tourist influx. The best time varies by region; coastal areas shine in summer, while cities like Rome and Florence are great in spring and fall.

Check out The Best Time to Travel to Italy for more details.

What to do in Italy

Indulge in world-class art and architecture, savor delectable cuisine, meander through charming villages, bask in Mediterranean sunsets, and immerse yourself in a rich tapestry of history and culture – Italy offers an endless array of captivating experiences for every traveler.

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    Italian Culture & History

    Begin your journey in Rome, where ancient wonders like the Colosseum and Roman Forum transport you back in time. Marvel at the artistry of Michelangelo’s David in Florence’s Uffizi Gallery, and immerse yourself in Renaissance charm while strolling across the Ponte Vecchio.


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    Indulge in Italy's gastronomic delights

    Venice, a mesmerizing city in northeastern Italy, is renowned for its enchanting canals, intricate bridges, and ornate architecture. A labyrinth of historic alleys and grand piazzas, it exudes romantic charm and artistic heritage. From gondola rides along the Grand Canal to St. Mark’s Basilica, Venice remains an alluring aquatic masterpiece.

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    Italy's Astonishing Landscapes

    Beyond relics, galleries, dining, and tasting rooms, Italy’s landscapes astound with enchanting islands, coasts, and Alpine peaks in the north, while the south reveals turquoise seas and volcanic craters. Nature’s masterpieces, are everywhere.


Italy advice from the experts

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    Where to eat in Italy

    Discover the culinary wonders of Italy as we guide you through the best dining spots, from hidden gems to iconic trattorias, ensuring an unforgettable gastronomic journey.
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    The Best Wineries in Tuscany

    Tuscany, a region in Italy, is one of the world’s most popular wine destinations producing an array of internationally recognized wines in various styles. While you’re there, be sure to put some of these wineries on your must-visit list.
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    Our Favourite Undiscovered Destinations in Italy

    With everything from sparkling lakes, soaring mountains and beautiful beaches, to hilltop villages and spectacular cities. Italy is a favourite among many travellers. While it may seem that there are no undiscovered places left. Surprisingly there are still some mostly...
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    The ultimate guide to Sicily

    Located just off the ‘toe’ of the iconic ‘boot’ shape of Italy is Sicily. It’s the largest island in Italy and attractive for a short break, a weekend getaway, or an extended summer holiday for so many reasons. Home to...
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Your Italy questions answered

What is the best time to go to Italy?

With its warm Mediterranean climate, Italy is best enjoyed from March to May and then September to early November. June, July, and August can get very hot, especially in the south and in the big cities like Rome and Florence. It’s also summer vacation for schools across Europe, so places can get very crowded and prices are also a lot higher.

Outside these months, Italy can still be enjoyed, but really only in the cities. More rural destinations like Tuscany, Umbria, and Puglia all but close down. However, on a cold sunny day in Rome or Milan, there’s nothing more quintessentially Italian than throwing on your sunglasses and a big coat and taking a coffee outside in a pretty pavement cafe!

How much is an average vacation to Italy?

This obviously depends on how long you plan to go for and what standard of accommodation you want, but you should expect to pay around $550 per day. This includes all accommodation in a 4 or 5* hotel, meals in good quality restaurants, and private tours.

What is the best way to vacation in Italy?

Even though quite large by European standards, Italy is still relatively small, and getting around is very easy, especially by train, with a network of high-speed lines connecting all the major urban centers within a few hours. This makes the country perfect for a multi-center vacation. We recommend trying to mix a couple of cities like Venice and Florence with a rural location like the Lakes, the Cinque Terre coast, or the rolling hills of Tuscany. 

It should be noted that there are almost no domestic flights within Italy, as the government tries to discourage Italians from taking short-haul flights, but trains are usually the only option – but are often quicker than a flight and of course, take you from city center to city center. 

Where should I travel in Italy?

Some people call Italy one huge museum. You will find places of interest in every corner from the Dolomites in the north to Sicily in the south. But for a first trip, it’s hard to beat the three cities of Venice, Florence, and Rome with some time in Tuscany too. This gives any traveler a great introduction to Italy, with a heady mix of art, architecture, history, food, and wine. For such a trip we’d recommend about two weeks. 

For those looking to see a different Italy, we recommend replacing Tuscany with Umbria – equally beautiful but a little less known, combined with Bologna instead of Florence.

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