This is a stunning Italian hillside town full of vineyards, ancient architecture, towering castles and impressive abbeys. There is a shockingly stark contrast between the past and the present of this small town.
Montalcino, Italy is a food and wine lover’s paradise located a short distance from Florence and Siena. It is a stunning Italian hill town full of vineyards, old buildings, castles and abbeys.
Milan is an antique city with a complex and long history and heritage. It is a city with endless churches, museums, palaces, and innovative restaurants, just waiting to be explored.
The picturesque town of Maratea in Italy’s Basilicata region sits perched on rocky steep cliffs with beautiful deep green, lush vegetation.
Concealed behind towering Renaissance walls, the city's cobbled streets, sunny piazzas and lively esplanades make it an ideal town to explore on foot, both as a day trip from Florence, or as a destination in itself.
Lecce is a fascinating town best known for its unique architectural style, a highly embellished, detailed, and expressive version of classic baroque.
This dream-like island is one of the most beautiful spots on the Italian coast. Not only rich in beauty, Ischia also has a fascinating historical past being the setting of many battles between the Greeks, Romans, Barbarians and, more recently, Spanish, Italians and even pirates.
Florence is a place to marvel at amazing architecture, visit endless top-class museums, savor amazing traditional and contemporary Tuscan food, and relish in fantastic Chianti wines. Florence is all about enjoyment.
The Dolomites are widely regarded as being among the most stunning mountains in the world, and their intrinsic beauty derives from a variety of spectacular landscapes.
The Cinque Terre is unlike anywhere else on the planet.
These five, fairytale- like little towns clamber dramatically down the cliff sides of the sparkling Italian Riviera, creating scenes of remarkable beauty.
This truly is any wine and food lover’s paradise. Nothing short of stunning though, Chianti shouldn’t simply be known as the area where the famous red-wine is made. Hill after hill has incredible olive groves, old Roman, and Middle-Age style homes, churches and castles, and gracious people with age-old stories to tell.
Catania was once one of Italy’s most important cultural, political and artistic centers. Today a UNESCO World Heritage Site, here, you will explore and admire traces of the times gone by.
Surrounded by turquoise waters, Capri is the perfect place for a weekend trip that combines historical monuments, sparkling beaches, and fine dining. The ancient Greek poem, The Odyssey, by Homer describes Capri as the enchanting setting where the sirens sang to Ulysses.
Burano is a picturesque, small fisherman's island located about four miles (or about 50 minutes aboard the famous vaporetto) north of Venice. Similarly to Venice, this island is also patterned with canals, since it is actually an archipelago made up of four islands with three canals.
Bologna is a place that encapsulates many worlds – on the one hand you can find a busy, rich and hard working high-tech section, and on the other, you can find a politically edgy section of the city famous for it’s graffiti-filled piazzas
Traveling to the Amalfi Coast is a one-of-a-kind experience and almost feels as if you've traveled back in time. The area's medieval architecture has been preserved nearly entirely intact, and its steep streets and stairs are the perfect places to snap stunning photographs of its rocky cliffs and cobalt-blue ocean waters.
One of Sardinia's most beautiful medieval cities, Alghero is the main resort in the northwest. Although largely given over to tourism – its population can almost quadruple in July and August – the town hasn't given up its unique character and it retains a proud and independent spirit.
The hillside village of Alba, located in the northwestern region of Italy, is a favorite destination for truffle fans. Alba Italy is right in the heart of the Langhe region - Italy's premier wine region and its most beautiful.
If islands are really your thing, we’d suggest making the slightly longer journey to the Aeolian Islands, a beautiful volcanic archipelago off the coast of Sicily. Although popular with tourists in the summer months, these islands are unusual, dramatic and at times, particularly when cut off by high seas, feel authentically remote.
If you're searching for a real Italian experience, look no further than Naples. Let yourself fall in love with their southern-Italian hospitality and their outgoing charm.