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Few parts of the world can claim such a range of natural beauty as Italy, from stunning mountains and rolling verdant hills to turquoise waters lined by white-sand beaches.
The country is also to some of the best art and architecture you’ll ever come across.
Amalfi Coast & Naples
Let yourself be seduced from the beauty of Amalfi Coast discovering the stunning Positano, Ravello, Sorrento; let yourself be fascinated from the islands of Capri and Ischia; and do not miss the visit to Pompeii, Herculaneum and Paestum.
The famous German writer Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, during his trip to Italy, fell in love with Naples and its natural, landscape, architectural and cultural beauties, and when he had to return to Germany he said "Siehe Neapel und stirb", precisely "See Naples and then die", with the meaning that no one’s life would be complete without visiting this spectacular city.
Apulia & Matera
Apulia is rich of picturesque hill towns, magnificent Norman cathedrals, the Baroque splendor of Lecce and Bari and the amazing village of Alberobello. Apulia offer also beautiful beaches, delicious regional dishes, breathtaking landscapes and local traditions.
Close by in the neighboring region of Basilicata is Matera, an authentic city hewn into the rocks.
Matera is a captivating and historic city located in the Basilicata region of southern Italy. Renowned for its unique and ancient cave dwellings, known as “Sassi,” Matera is one of the oldest continuously inhabited settlements in the world.
The Sassi, carved into the limestone cliffs, create a stunning and picturesque landscape.
The city’s history stretches back over 7,000 years, and its ancient dwellings have been occupied by various civilizations throughout the centuries.
Costa Smeralda & Sardinia
The Costa Smeralda is a tiny strip of coast studded with elite hotels, five-star beaches and elegant yachts clubs. Region steeped in natural beauty is still largely unspoiled by the effects of tourism. Sardinia has some of the most seductive beaches in the world.
Valle dell’Erica beach is a picturesque coastal gem located in Santa Teresa di Gallura, a charming town in the northern region of Sardinia. This stunning beach is renowned for its pristine white sands, crystal-clear turquoise waters, and dramatic granite rock formations that dot the shoreline. Surrounded by lush Mediterranean vegetation and rugged cliffs, Valle dell’Erica offers visitors a breathtaking and tranquil setting, perfect for relaxation and enjoying the natural beauty of the Mediterranean.
Dolomites & Alps
The Dolomites are certainly the most beautiful of the mountains in the Alpine chain. The Dolomites are an enchanted place, which offer an environmental spectacle that is unique in the world.
Only a few alpine resorts can boast of extraordinarily beautiful mountains like Cortina.
Cortina the "pearl of the Dolomites" has fascinated Ernest Hemingway, Rita Hayworth, Orson Welles, Saul Bellow, and many other international personalities.
"Ernest Hemingway when he went skiing in Cortina, he personally drove a convertible car, starting from Venice and arriving with a red face and a completely frozen beard."
Cortina is still today the reference point of the international jet set, loved by Heads of State, divas and movie stars, great writers and artists.
“The most beautiful work of architecture ever seen”: how Le Corbusier, described the Dolomites.
Florence & Tuscany
Florence, an open-air museum with the greatest collection of Renaissance art in the world.
The historic center of Florence is a real candy box, elegant, rich in history and culture. A city that gave birth to great artists, from Dante to Boccaccio, from Michelangelo to Brunelleschi and Leonardo da Vinci.
Tuscany deserves exploration of its rolling hills, abundant with olive groves, vineyards and towered medieval towns like San Gimignano.
Friuli Venezia Giulia
Friuli Venezia Giulia is known to most people as the land of wine and fine food, yet little mention is made of its diverse and beautiful landscape. This part of Italy is largely untouched by tourism and is a beautiful Region, rooted in agriculture and fiercely proud of its culinary heritage.
Friuli Venezia Giulia is the ultimate destination for lovers of wonderful food and wine.
It is a region of charming villages, magnificent mountains, alpine lakes, rolling hills covered with vineyards. Friuli Venezia Giulia food is typically rustic, with a strong Austrian an Slovenian influence due to its location in the north-eastern corner of Italy.
You can find amazing wines and we have access to the finest wineries in the Region.
Langhe & Piedmont
Langhe wine district is ready to welcome you to discover a centuries-old tradition of winemaking, to see how the regional dishes are prepared, to visit the finest wineries and their vineyards, to live the experiences in local farms.
Turin, main city of Piedmont, is famed for once being home to the Italy’s former Royal family and home to some of Europe’s most elegant palaces.
The most famous delicacy of Piedmont is the truffle, highly prized by gourmands and to feast in one of the many superb restaurants scattered throughout the Region.
Milan & Lake District
The Italian capital of fashion, finance and design. Milan is a world where the pace of life is fast.
The most celebrated fashion houses of Italy are based in Milan, making the city a fantastic place to shop. You can also discover the invaluable historical artworks of many fine artists, notably Michelangelo and Leonardo Da Vinci.
Not far from the city are the glorious and glamorous lakes of northern Italy, surrounded by picturesque ornamental gardens, ancient villas steeped in history, and in the background the breathtaking view of majestic mountains.
Portofino & Cinque Terre
Portofino has fascinated and enchanted artists such as Grace Kelly, Sophia Loren and Ernest Hemingway.
Today Portofino still maintains its unchanged charm.
Farther south, the Cinque Terre, five small ancient villages with its own character and originality.
Exploring the Cinque Terre by boat is really a wonderful experience.
Manarola is a picturesque and enchanting village nestled along the rugged coastline of the Italian Riviera, part of the famous Cinque Terre region. It is one of the five colorful fishing villages that make up Cinque Terre, each boasting its unique charm and character.
Roma & Vatican
Roma, the Eternal City is enduringly captivating.
Discovering splendid monuments of antiquity, the art of Michelangelo and Raphael, and the exuberant sculpture and architecture of Bernini and Borromini. Rome and the Vatican are extremely rich in wonderful art, culture and history. Our expert team of licensed local guides are passionately dedicated to making you discover the city so that you can learn curious and interesting stories.
Sicily & the small Islands
Sicily, is a melting pot of cultures with influences from different civilizations. Sicily is a region of extraordinary monuments, beautiful art, natural beauty, breathtaking seascapes, a land that offers a variety of excellent wines and traditional foods.
All the small islands around Sicily boast stunning isolated beaches. Each island has a fiercely unique character, from the laidback charm to the most fashionable jet set.
The Segesta Temple is a magnificent ancient Greek temple located in Sicily, Italy, near the town of Calatafimi-Segesta. It stands as a remarkable testament to the architectural and artistic achievements of the ancient civilization that once thrived in this region.
Umbria has a unique charm which resides in the beauty of its rural landscapes, in the splendor of its countless medieval hilltop villages, mysticism, crafts, local festivals and gastronomy. Small green region, in the heart of Italy, dotted with olive groves and renowned vineyards, in an area dotted with abbeys and perched hermitages.
The countryside landscape of Umbria is a mesmerizing and enchanting sight, often referred to as the "Green Heart of Italy".
Nestled in the central part of the country, this region is known for its unspoiled natural beauty, rolling hills, and picturesque villages that seem frozen in time.
Venice & Veneto
Venice rising majestically above the waters of the lagoon, its old history and the magnificence of its buildings is irresistible.
Venice buzzes with life during the art and architectural Biennales.
Venice is a breathtaking city from another time.
Veneto is stretching from Lake Garda, embracing the art cities of Verona, Vicenza, Padova, nudging the Dolomites, and then the Palladian Villas and Prosecco vines.
Veneto boast Roman ruins, museums and churches stuffed with masterpieces by Giotto, Canova and Tiepolo.