Travelers consider Italy an essential destination. With cultural treasures, it beckons with hospitality and relaxed lifestyle.
A heady blend of artistic and architectural masterpieces, classical ruins, and extravagant baroque churches and piazzas. Wander the arched colonnades of the Pantheon. Visit the Vatican, home to one of the most complete collections of Renaissance paintings and frescoes.
In the heart of Tuscany, Florence casts a spell in the way that few cities can, perhaps because of its sublime art, the views at sunset over the Arno or the way Florentine food and wine delight the palate. Everything that you’ll want to see is concentrated in historic center of the city.
Postcard perfect, with stunning views of the Mediterranean from cliff side villas and hidden coves. See the remains of Pompeii, buried in AD 79 by an eruption of Mount Vesuvius, and spend a day in picturesque Positano or glamorous Capri.
All the pictures in the world won’t prepare you for the city’s exotic landmarks, among them the them the Basilica di San Marco and the Palazzo Ducale. With sumptuous palaces and romantic waterways, Venice is straight out of an 18th-century masterpiece.
Cinque Terre is a rugged portion of coast on the Italian Riviera. The “Five Lands” comprising five villages, the coastline and surrounding hillsides are all part of the Cinque Terre National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Paths, trains and boats connect the villages; with no access for cars.
Just north of Milan and nestled at the base of the Alps, the Lake District is one of the most romantic places in Italy. Lake Como, Garda and Maggiore; each have a distinctly different flavor and appeal, with quaint villages and narrow winding streets.
This island has been under the rule of the Normans, Greeks, Romans and Muslims; to name a few who have left their cultural impression. With plenty of sunshine and rich volcanic soil, Sicily also produces impressive wines to compliment the vibrant culinary scene.
Lake District & Northern Italy
Enjoy northern Italy at it’s best. Tour Lake Como, Milan, Venice, Florence, Siena and Rome. As you travel Italy, you’ll see the best of this ancient country, from great cities to countryside villages and towns that are off-the-beaten track! Exceptional food, amazing architecture and a culture steeped in history.
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Rome, Umbria & Tuscany
From Rome’s monumental Colosseum to Florence’s architectural masterpieces to medieval hill towns, your Umbria, Lazio and Tuscany tour is filled with special experiences like the Vatican Museums and the Sistine Chapel. Three nights in the heart of Rome set the stage for viewing landmark sights such as the Roman Forum, ornate architectural masterpieces such as St. Peter’s and preserved ancient hill towns dotting the countryside like Siena, Perugia, Assisi and Orvieto.
Rome, Florence & Venice Tour
On your one-week trip through Italy, all roads lead to Rome: through the Eternal City from Venice, labyrinthine city of art, romance, and palazzo-lined waterways; or from Florence, hip center of fashion, finance and culture, where Gucci, da Vinci, the Renaissance, and gold currency were born. They are the backroads that embark on a sojourn through the vineyards of Tuscany, sampling wine and local cuisine. They arrive at the hub of the Ancient World, in the heart of the modern metropolis, close to the Colosseum, the Appian Way and the Vatican, to discover the glories of Rome.
The heritage and history of this exquisite island is reflected in the spirit of its towns and villages, each unique and full of character. Explore Sicily’s ancient temples and Baroque churches. The history, cuisine and culture of sun-drenched Sicily is sure to seduce those who take this unforgettable Italian island journey.