Every day in Italy is amazing day!

From romantic city break to wonderful holiday, Italy will offer you everything.



Florence gave rise to the Renaissance, and the city has been embracing the new ever since. Even the Ponte Vecchio – topped by a galleria that allowed ruling Medici family to cross the Arno without rubbing shoulders with the hoi polloi – was considered innovative for its time.

The Florentines invented banking and modern poetry; promoted the scientific experiments of Galileo and other pioneers; and funded the artist fervor the unleashed the genius of Botticelli, Michelangelo, da Vinci, and other artists whose creations fill the churches as well as the Uffizi, Accademia, and other museums in town.


Florentines continually breathe life into their city, refreshing their streets and piazzas by installing new art galleries, stylish boutiques, and cutting edge restaurants in centuries – old palazzos.

The cobbled streets are stonily medieval, but the fashions and attitude are 21st-century chic. Giotto’s Campanile ( bell tower ) and Brunelleschi’s Duomo ( dome ) have risen above the city for more then 500 years, but the sight of these old landmarks, cradled in the gentle hills that surround Florence, never fails to stir the heart anew.

dining Florence




Tuscany’s visual pleasure are as soothing as the region’s velvety red wines. Stately cypresses line the roads to Siena and other art – filled cities; vineyards and olive groves roll across the Chianti landscapes; and Montepulciano and other storybook towns grace abundant hilltops.


The Italians use the term bel peace – beautiful country and there’s no better way to describe it.



From the bright quays in Camogli to the palm – shaded promenades in San Remo to the yacht filled harbor in Portofino, the sea is never far from sight in Liguria. Best of all for die – hard sunseekers, rocky perches line the rugged coast all the way from the Cinque Terre to the French border here in Italy’s Riviera.

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Culture – rich cities rise from the fields and vineyards that roll west of Venice. In Padua, the great 14th – century master Giotto introduced a graphic dose of reality to his Cappella degli Scrovegni fresco cycle, and fortifications and gracious market – filled piazzas evoke the city’s medieval might.

villa pissani

In Vicenza, the Renaissance architect Andrea Palladio created the Villa Pisani. It’s just one of Veneto’s many masterpieces that bear the much – imitated hallmarks of the Palladian style: serenity, summetry, and order. To the north, descending from the mountains, there’s a distinctly Alpine feel and an accompanying briskness. Wood – carved bridges cross rushing rivers in Asolo and Bassano del Grappa, but fountains and lively piazzas are northern reaches, too, are firmly Italian.

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