The richest artistic heritage in the world, the warmth of the Mediterranean, breathtaking landscapes and extraordinary flavors set the scene for an unforgettable Italian vacation.
With a jaw-dropping coastline, bustling metropolitan cities filled with UNESCO World Heritage Sites, the world's greatest gastronomic experiences, rolling hills and plentiful vineyards, you can pack endless adventures into just one trip.
Italy Things to Do
Discover the varied landscapes that have beckoned tourists and aristocrats for centuries. Sail through the magnificent canals of Venice; watch the sunset over the famous Ponte Vecchio in Florence; soak up the sunrays on the island of Capri; or tour the rolling vineyards and picturesque countryside’s of Tuscany.
Taste your way through Italy’s most famous dishes. Slurp pasta noodles slathered in homemade sauce in Rome; sample creamy, decadent gelato as you stroll through Florence; dip crusty bread into amazing olive oil in a villa in Tuscany; and sink your teeth into the world’s best pizza in Sicily.
Walk along the Venetian canals and marvel in the pastel hued buildings, the historic palaces and the bustling piazzas. Sit and watch the tourists and locals pass or do some window shopping in the city’s famed boutiques.
Visit the country’s 51 incredible UNESCO World Heritage Sites, from the staggering Colosseum in Rome to the historic town center of San Gimignano and the stunning Dolmite Mountains.
Experience the cultural riches that made the country famous in Roman Times. Study the statue of David, gaze up at the impressive Sistine Chapel, revel in the statues of Rome or view the Last Supper in Milan.
Shop until you drop in Milan, the fashion epicenter of the world. After breaking the bank, visit the iconic Milan Cathedral, whose staggering spires and gothic façade is a work of art in itself.
Grab your camera and watch the sunrise over the sloping hills and stacked buildings of the Amalfi Coast, one of the most photographed areas of the entire country.
Burn off all the pasta with a bike tour of Tuscany. Weave around the many hills, vineyards and waterfalls of this famous region in Italy. Make sure to stop for a glass of vino or a photo op!
Escape to the island of Capri, home to celebrity sightings, wildflower bushes, picturesque coasts and seaside cafes.
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