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Italy

For its sheer breathtaking beauty and tempting, mouth-watering cuisine, Italy is hard to beat. Iconic, instantly recognisable monuments, medieval towers and palazzos, mountain fringed lakes and pastel coloured villages clinging to cliffsides; just some of the images this enticing country conjures up. For art and history, they are unrivalled. It’s not just the scale of Rome, the splendour of Venice or the Renaissance style of Florence that make city breaks in Italy so special. It’s the cliff top walks, the view of Milan from the top of its Gothic Duomo and a glass of prosecco at a lakeside restaurant. Take a hilltop walk through the Cinque Terre, relax on an Amalfi Coast beach or discover the stunning villas around Lakes Como, Maggiore and Garda.

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Amalfi

Amalfi Coast

The Amalfi Coast is a gorgeous coastline stretch along the southern edge of Italy’s Sorrentine Peninsula. It's sheer cliffs and rugged shoreline of small beaches and pastel-colored fishing villages makes this area a popular holiday destination.

Bellagio

Bellagio

‘The pearl of Lake Como,’ Bellagio has been a tourist destination since Roman times, thanks to its magnificent location on a promontory in the centre of the lake. This location makes it a perfect base to explore all the attractions around the area. Wander through the...

Bologna

Bologna

Nestled amidst the medieval cities and seaside resorts of the Emilia-Romagna region, Bologna is maybe one of Italy’s finest undiscovered gems. Located between the Apennine Mountains and the River Po, it features one of Europe’s largest and most eye-catching medieval...

Capri

Capri

A rugged island in the deep blue of the Tyrrhenian Sea, the warm climes and spectacular scenery of Capri have made it a holiday hot spot since the Roman times. Just off the coast of southern Italy, in the Gulf of Naples, you’ll find remnants of Roman villas, Villa...

Catania

Catania

Located on the east coast of Sicily at the foot of Mount Etna, Catania is a pretty seaside city with a long and turbulent history. Destroyed by a catastrophic earthquake in 1693, Catania is now a thriving cultural and artistic city with beautiful architecture, stunning...

Cinque Terre Italy

Cinque Terre

Comprising five centuries-old fishing villages precariously perched on rugged coastal cliffs, the Cinque Terre summons images of a pastel-toned paradise. The whole area boasts a UNESCO World Heritage-listing, and as you saunter along the cliff-side hiking trails that...

como

Como

One of the deepest and most impossibly photogenic lakes in Europe, sparkling Lake Como is famed for its luxury homes, shimmering waters and pure tranquillity away from the bustle of city life. The largest urban area on Lake Como, the town of Como itself is over 400 years...

Contignano

Contignano

Nestled in the heart of the Val d’Orcia, a stunning UNESCO World Heritage listed area of outstanding natural beauty; Contignano is a true Italian gem. The stunning landscapes of the region were celebrated by Renaissance painters from nearby Siena and more recently...

Desenzano

Desenzano

Boasting a distant view of the towering Alps, Desenzano fits snugly at the southern end of Lake Garda, in the impossibly scenic Italian Lake District. As well as three large beaches, the town boasts a hilltop castle accessible via narrow winding streets running from the...

Florence

Florence

Birthplace of the Renaissance and Tuscany’s capital, the umber domes, bustling bridges and winding lanes of Florence have inspired artists, architects and visitors for centuries. A veritable treasure trove of masterpieces, the city flaunts its artistic heritage at...

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