Italy offers an exciting mix of arts, culture and cuisine. Thousands of tourists visit Italy every year to explore its many histroric cities, stylish beaches, magnificent galleries and astonishing architecture. Italy has something to offer for everyone. A sunny, Mediterranean climate and unrivalled landscapes make holidays in Italy endlessly appealing.
With sun, culture and entertainment, the southern port of Bari is the perfect base for a summer holiday with lots of variety.
Bergamo is not well known for its designer shopping yet the Città Bassa has a good selection of high-street stores and the Orio Centre next door to the airport is Europe's largest undercover shopping centre.
Bologna is in the north of Italy, is the capital of the Emilia-Romagna region and is well known for its large number of churches, cathedrals and museums.
Cagliari offers many attractions to its tourists, a blend of the old and the new, of sea and natural charming landscapes.
Winter is a great time to discover Sicily's deepest secrets, and it isn't just about Christmas and New Year, as enchanting as those holidays are.
Florence was the birthplace of Renaissance art, as can be seen from every church, statue and monument. Florence is one big open-air museum.
Located in the province of Catanzaro (Calabria), famous for its beautiful landscape, Lamezia Terme was founded in 1968 after the fusion of ...
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The 'haute couture' city of Milan is one of Italy’s wealthiest cities. Wide boulevards will give you a sample of its riches.
Naples is a busy, lively city with wide avenues, narrow alleys, beautiful historical buildings and a magnificent bay.
Olbia is located in northeastern Sardinia, a beautiful Italian island, and was called “the happy city”, by the Greeks.
Palermo or "Panormos" meaning "all harbour" is the capital of the region of Sicily. It has known the domination of the Romans, the Arabs, the Normans, the Spanish. Mixing the remains of the old civilisations such as churches covered by Arabic cupolas, colourful open air markets, narrow dusty streets and baroque palaces, Palermo has become a city of contrasts: a mixture of Christian faith, pagan superstitions and a curious heritage of the Muslim medieval period.
Thanks to its excellent climate and large number of monuments, impressive buildings and attractive squares, Rome is very popular among tourists.
Turin is generally best known for Juventus football club and Fiat cars. But Turin has so much more to offer than these two attractions.
The large number of canals, narrow passageways, magnificent bridges and impressive buildings make a visit to Venice an unforgettable experience.