Italy is a popular and loved destination by travellers from all over the world, and each year millions of tourists choose to visit its every corner. No region and no area are spared from the tourist flow and there are many areas that deserve to be visited in any tour of Italy. The great beauty of Italy is represented by the variety of its regions that can satisfy all visitors’ tastes for those who decide to take advantage of a holiday package in Italy.
There are so many reasons to choose to visit Italy: the sea, capable of satisfying all desires, the mountains, among the most beautiful in Europe for nature and the tourism services on offer, culture, the result of centuries of history like no other, the food, our culinary products are healthy, wholesome, often homemade and appreciated throughout the world, and the wine, always excellent from of our regions.
In Italy travellers can choose from a wide range of destinations to enjoy memorable holidays by the sea. The Italian peninsula and its beautiful coastal islands make up a total coastal area of nearly 7500 km, affording Italy the distinction of being one of the most important bathing nations of the world.
A beach holiday in our beautiful country is, no doubt, a memorable experience thanks to the many wonderful choices: a wealth of wonderful islands, including the larger ones of Sicily, Sardinia, Elba, Isola del Giglio, Ponza, Capri and Ischia, the Tirreno coast with destinations such as Liguria, Cinque Terre, Tuscany, Amalfi and Tropea, the Adriatic coast, with places such as Rimini, Riccione, Cattolica, Jesolo and Bibione, and the Ionian coast, with pearls like Vasto, Conero and Gargano.
Italy also offers alternative holiday destinations in the mountains, to explore in winter and in summer. The Alps constitute Europe’s largest mountain range and, together with the Pre-alps, are the corollary of all the northern regions of Italy, and also defining its geographical boundary. The vast Alpine area includes different regions, each boasting famous places: Liguria, Piedmont, Valle d’Aosta, Trentino Alto Adige, Lombardia, Veneto and Friuli Venezia Giulia. P>
Many of these are also locations chosen for a tour of Italian cities. These cities are rich in culture accumulated over the centuries from the Roman Empire to the present day. Each region has many places worthy of a visit on a tour in Italy. P>
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Cinque TerreLogin to see price!
Starting from your hotel in Milan your private driver will run you to discover the Cinqueterre National Park. The Cinque Terre, in Liguria Region is located on the Italian Riviera and it is composed of five villages: Monterosso al Mare, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola, and Riomaggiore. The coastline, the five villages, and the surrounding hillsides are all part of the Cinque Terre National Park and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
DISCOVERING THE EMILIA REGION: POWER & FLAVOURLogin to see price!
This is the land where the World most powerful and famouse SuperCars are born. A land where energy and passion for things made at best merge together with the love for beauty.
Emilia and The Motor ValleyLogin to see price!
This is the land where the World most powerful and famouse SuperCars are born. A land where energy and passion for things made at best merge together with the love for beauty. The perfect place for Mr Enzo Ferrari to create his incredible cars!
RAVENNA & ITS MOSAICSLogin to see price!
Ravenna was once the Capital of the Western Roman Empire and today is home of the largest collection of surviving Early Christian and Byzantine mosaics.
You will admire breathtaking mosaics created over 15 centuries ago for the Mausoleum of Galla Placidia and visit the nearby S. Vitale church and its amazing Byzantine mosaics.
MOSAICS AND COOKIN CLASS IN RAVENNALogin to see price!
A guided tour to discover Ravenna mosaics. You will admire breathtaking mosaics created over 15 centuries ago for the Mausoleum of Galla Placidia and visit the nearby S. Vitale church and its amazing Byzantine mosaics. The tour will then lead you to enjoy a very Italian experience: making homepasta such as tagliatelle and piadina (typical local DOP flatbread).
Telling you all about our historical food traditions, our guide will take you to a local Osteria or Piadineria in city centre where the staff will welcome you, and provide your personal cooking class. The best part of the experience will be lunch eating your own delicious culinary specialities!
CERVIALogin to see price!
A visit to the old “salt-men” village let you discover the charm of a little town totally rebuilt at the end of the XVII century.This is Cervia, an harmonic touristic development site surrounded by more than 300 hectares of pinewood and 827 hectares of salt pans, as natural oasis for a large bird population.
BOLOGNALogin to see price!
This is a walking tour to discover the places and features that makes Bologna unique and special, a mix of history, culture and food traditions that earned the city its three nicknames: the red, the learned, the fat.
BOLOGNA & MUSICLogin to see price!
Bologna today is UNESCO world heritage site. Music has long held a privileged position in Bologna’s history, from the Renaissance to Jazz and made the city a world music capital, therefore it comes as no surprise that the world’s oldest organs are conserved here.
BOLOGNA FOOD WALKING TOURLogin to see price!
Explore one of Bologna oldest food markets with an insider and visit the most traditional food shops. Learn about the history, culture, architecture, that make Bologna medieval market so unique. During this tour you will enjoy a variety of food specialties that has secured Bologna’s reputation as being the foodie capital of Italy. Discover the secrets to having the ultimate food and cultural experience off the beaten path!
CESENATICOLogin to see price!
The visit in Cesenatico is fun and full of nice corners to explore: walking long Leonardo da Vinci Canal Harbor is possible to admire the old fishing boats like that on which Garibaldi, our Italy independence hero, and two hundred fellows, sailed in order to rescue Venice, on August 2nd 1849. At the end of this canal the Maritime Museum hosts historical boats showing the seafaring identity of Cesenatico. The very unique Conserve Square hidden trough the short colored houses. Last but not least free time to spend on the seaside walking promenade.