Where to Visit in Italy
Italy is divided into 20 different regions and provinces, each with a strong sense of diversity and culture. This individuality is what makes Italy endlessly charming, but also makes your decision of where to visit in Italy a difficult one. Every region of Italy, from the small villages to the large cities has something unique to offer visitors. Many of our tour operators specialize in holidays in specific regions, so you can find the perfect trip to Italy for you!
No matter what you’re looking for in an Italy holiday, our tour operators can set you up with the perfect escape. See below for a few of our favorite options:
- Rome, Venice, and Florence have long been enticing cities for International visitors for good reason. Rome’s alluring history and crumbling ruins draw history lovers, while Venice beckons romantics.
- Drink wine and indulge in world-class dining in Tuscany and Piedmont.
- Enjoy the endless coastline in spectacular places like Campania and Liguria.
- If you love outdoor sports like hiking and skiing, try Trentino-Alto Adige, or Calabria – a sparsely developed mountainous region, with rugged trails and inviting seaside resorts.
- Indulge in cultural and foodie trails off the beaten track in regions like Emilio-Romagna, Le Marche and Puglia.
- Sardinia and Sicily are the yin and yang of islands. Head to Sicily for superb beaches, or explore Sardinia’s ancient indigenous culture.
- Find plenty of art and style in Turin, Lombardy and Lake Como.
- Umbria is notable for its hills and sense of mysticism.
- Puglia (also known as Apulia in English) is the pointed heel of Italy’s boot. All of Southern Italy prides itself on its authenticity, genuine cuisine and hospitality.
- Explore the ruins of Pompeii.