Amalfi Coast

The magnificent seaside villages, cliffs, and beaches of the Amalfi Coast are well known. It is well recognised for its beautiful coastline and colourful towns with steep, narrow alleys.


It has some of the world's most well-known landmarks. The city is a fantastic fusion of renowned sites, world-class museums, attractive piazzas, and neighbourhoods.


Florence is renowned for its rich past as one of the richest towns in mediaeval Europe and a hub for trade and banking.

Cinque Terre

Cinque Terre, an area in northwest coastal Italy called Liguria, is home to some of the most breathtaking scenery in the nation, including centuries-old wine terraces.

Tuscan Hill Towns

The scenery, past, creative legacy, and effect on high culture of Tuscany are well recognised. Italian Renaissance originated in Tuscany.


One of Europe's richest cities. It is Italy's most successful manufacturing and commercial metropolis as well as its top financial hub.


One of the most well-known archaeological sites in the world is Pompeii, which lies close to Italy's Bay of Naples.


A group of 118 islands connected by hundreds of stunning bridges and picturesque canals, Venice is a region of northeastern Italy.


The city of Pisa is famous for its slanting tower, but it also has more than twenty other antique churches, a number of mediaeval palaces, and bridges across the Arno.


Sicily, the biggest island in Italy, is home to world-class beaches, quaint towns and villages, and an abundance of historical ruins and archaeological sites.