Italy has something to delight all the senses including exquisite food, outstanding art, incredible architecture, beautiful countryside and warm, friendly people.
Everything is ‘Bellissimo’ (meaning beautiful) in Italy, which is home to statues, fountains and buildings created by some of the greatest artists and architects the world has ever known including Da Vinci, Michelangelo, Botticelli, Caravaggio and Donatello. This beautiful country is also known for its incredible food, coffee and wine served
in numerous cafes and restaurants.
Italians are renowned for their fashion, flair and style. Any trip here should include a visit to checkout the art and architecture in Rome, the romantic city of Venice which is completely built on water and the fashionable city of Milan, which some of the greatest fashion designers in the world call home. Beyond the bustling cities there are the Alps for great skiing or hiking in the Dolomites.
Colosseum, Roman Forum, the Pantheon, Piazza Navona,
St Peter’s Basilica, Spanish steps, Milan Duomo, Rialto Bridge
Culture and entertainment.
Opera, film festivals, museums, carnivals
Activities and sports.
Biking, walking tours, diving, sailing, climbing, skiing
Carnevale (February), Milan Fashion Week (February), Corpus Domini (May), Venice Film Festival (August - September), Formula One Italian Grand Prix (September), International Urban Theatre (September)
Useful information about Italy
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Befitting its status as the only city in the world to be built entirely on water, Venice is one of the most romantic places that you could ever visit. This beautiful city has remained virtually unchanged for the past 600 years and there is nothing like exploring its beautiful canals and historic buildings. Visitors come from all over the globe to explore its canals and waterways in gondolas that pass under pretty bridges and tie up beside beautiful homes on the water’s edge. Venice is also renowned for its talented artists, incredible food, exquisite wine and chic fashion.
Milan is the capital of style and is where Armani, Versace, Prada, Dolce & Gabbana, Pucci and Gucci all made their reputations. The city is home to cutting-edge boutiques displaying the latest fashions. World class museums and art galleries can be found next to avant guarde theatres in this beautiful city, which is where you will also find Da Vinci’s Last Supper, the La Scala Opera House and vibrant nightlife.
Rome is known as the ‘Eternal City’ and is the capital and largest city in Italy. Incredible architecture, beautiful fountains, the world’s most famous art and artists, the Colosseum and the Vatican City are all part of the fabric of this incredible city, which has over 2,700 years of war, struggle, triumph and intrigue etched into its history. Take a tour of this incredible city, then relax in one of its many cafes and restaurants and enjoy a shot of espresso while watching the smartly dressed locals pass by.