Travel Guide – Italy
Travel guide map Abruzzo & Molise Emilia-Romagna & San Marino Florence & Tuscany Friuli Venezia Giulia Genoa & the Italian Riviera Milan, Lombardy & Lakes Naples & Campania Puglia, Basilicata & Calabria Rome & Lazio Sardinia Sicily The Dolomites Turin, Piedmont & Aosta Valley Umbria & Marches Venice & Veneto Florence Milan Naples Rome Venice


Spectacular natural landscapes, made up of fairy-tale lakes, lush vegetation or vast, endless vineyards, mouth-watering food, heavenly golden beaches with crystalline waters, jaw-dropping works of art, ancient and majestic monuments and archaeological sites of great importance – these are just some of the many highlights of this astounding country. Italy is full of surprises, as in every corner you will find something worth your while – here, you will be able to try superb wines and great food (after all, it is the birthplace of pizza and pasta); enjoy the enormous stretch of coast, full of natural wonders and dreamy beaches; contemplate the mountainous views and the historical quaint villages; admire significant, worldwide-known works of art, made by famed artists; marvel at the incredible monumental heritage, scattered throughout the country, from north to south; take in their unique way of living life; or visit amazing islands. Rome, Florence, Venice, Naples, Milan and the Amalfi Coast are just a few examples of famous and fantastic Italian destinations, each one of them with their own unique feel, legacy and characteristics.


For Italy

  • The great outdoors

    The great outdoors

    Volcanoes, mountains, caves, lakes, waterfalls and trails – Italy is a true natural masterpiece that goes beyond architecture and gastronomy. Some of the most fascinating landscapes in the world are spread across the regions of this country. In the North, you can marvel at the natural beauty of the lakes or explore the beautiful mountains […]

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  • Rome, the centre of the ancient world

    Rome, the centre of the ancient world

    The Colosseum still retains in its arches the memories of the grandeur of an empire that lasted a thousand years and marked the entire history that followed. Rome was once the capital of the world; it is the capital of Italy and will forever be the Eternal City. It was at the Forum that the […]

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  • Venetian Canals

    Venetian Canals

    Venice is a unique city in the world, unlike any other. One of the reasons for this is undoubtedly the beautiful canals running through the city, which function almost like any other street. More than a hundred canals crisscross the historic centre of Venice, and the vast majority of them were not created by Venetians […]

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  • Tuscan drives

    Tuscan drives

    Driving the roads of Tuscany is quite likely to be one of the most romantic experiences you can have in Italy. As you pass through the various towns and villages of this remarkable region, you will be surrounded by jaw-dropping scenery. Travelling slowly and admiring the postcard-worthy horizon, especially early in the morning or when […]

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  • Renaissance Florence

    Renaissance Florence

    Florence is known as the birthplace of the Renaissance. This was the city that gave the impetus to the movement that marked the transition from the Middle Ages to modern times. Members of the powerful Medici family, who ruled Florence for more than 60 years, were strong supporters of this movement, which came at a […]

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  • Admire historic works of art

    Admire historic works of art

    When we talk about Italy, our imagination quickly takes us to significant and important works of art and great names that, due to their talent and life’s work, are known throughout the world. Italian art has influenced several important movements over the centuries and has placed Italy at the centre of the international arts. From […]

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  • Foods from north to south

    Foods from north to south

    One of the best things about Italy has to be its unique and delicious cuisine. From north to south, there are many different dishes and delicacies to be found on restaurant menus. Yes, the pizza really is out of this world and certainly the most the country’s best-known food Although you can try it in […]

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  • Discover the coast

    Discover the coast

    Crystal-clear waters varying in colour from green to blue, quaint little villages and towns that seem to cling precariously to the side of dramatic cliffs, breathtaking views of the sea, rows of brightly coloured houses, scenic trails, quiet coves and heavenly beaches. What if we told you that you can find all this on the […]

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  • Ghost town remains

    Ghost town remains

    In Italy, there is no shortage of ghost towns that were once forgotten and now tell us the story of how this country used to be and how people went about their daily lives centuries ago. The good news is that there are several archaeological sites that have kept the well-preserved ruins of these ancient […]

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  • Architectural diversity in Puglia

    Architectural diversity in Puglia

    Puglia, in the southern region of Italy, more precisely in the “high heel of the boot”, boasts an original and unique mix of different architectures. In several cities and towns, you will come across completely different architectural styles – and the funny thing is that they can be found in the same region. Alberobello, the […]

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