Welcome to Italy

One of the most charming countries in Europe and the world, Italy is known for its rich culture, lively history and surreal landscapes. It is one of the classic destinations of the travelers, and its monuments effervesce in any time of the year, full of tourists. On the one hand, it is not one of the most reserved countries but it is one of the most prepared to receive tourists. A trip to Italy is an experience that transforms the life of anyone, whether by food, the arts or by the Italian people. It will be one of the best trips of your life.

Top 7 Things To Do In Italy

Rome, the spectacular capital of Italy, is a mandatory destination for anyone traveling to Italy. It abounds in fine museums, fountains and millennial ruins, and everyone who walks in its beautiful streets breathes history and art. Go to Rome.

Florence, the spectacular capital of the Tuscany region, is located on the northwest coast of Italy. It is a stunning medieval city divided in two parts by the river Arno, where it cuts the beautiful Ponte Vecchio.

The legendary and romantic Venice, is situated in northern Italy and attracts thousands of tourists every day. Its streets are divided into canals, and it's a local routine to get around boats for centuries. It is a destination that everyone should visit in life.

Officially Vatican City State or State of Vatican City, this small area surrounded by walls within the city of Rome, Italy, is the smallest state in the world and home to the Roman Catholic Church and it's pope, pope Francis.

Pisa is a legendary city and one of the most famous in the region of Italy. Tourists often stop in Pisa towards Florence, but it is a fantastic city to keep and offers far more sites than just the legendary Leaning Tower.

Siena was a proud, wealthy and warlike independent city-state during the Middle Ages, until its final defeat by Florence. The medieval art of Siena (painting, sculpture, architecture, etc.) is unique and of great historical importance.

7. Lucca

Lucca is one of the most loved cities in all of Tuscany, a stop that you really can not miss in the region. The city is located on a plain at the foot of the Apuan Alps and most attractions today show its ancient history.

Top Tours & Activities in Italy

Skip The Line: Uffizi Gallery Guided Tour In Florence

Discover some of the great masterpieces of Western art at the Uffizi Gallery in Florence and skip the long lines to tour with an authorized guide. See paintings by Michelangelo, Botticelli, Da Vinci and more, all housed in a stunning Medici palace.

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Dinner In The Chianti Vineyards, Depating From Siena

Enjoy a magical evening in the Chianti region and live the unforgettable experience of a dinner in the vineyards. Start off by visiting the farm’s wineries and tasting some delicious wines, after which you’ll visit the farm’s historic chapel and enjoy an outdoor barbecue accompanied by music and a delightful atmosphere.

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Visit The Chianti Region On Board Of The Original Piaggio Ape Calessino

Spend a day riding along peaceful roads through the scenic, Tuscan hills on an original Piaggio Ape Calessino. Experience a unique way of admiring Chianti's sights, and stop for a wine tasting and delicious lunch along the way.

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Florence: Walking City Tour & Uffizi Gallery Guided Tour

Explore historic Florence with an expert guide, and marvel at its Renaissance monuments and landmarks. See major sights such as Piazza Duomo, Piazza della Signoria, and Ponte Vecchio. Visit the Uffizi Gallery to admire works by renowned artists.

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3-Hour Panoramic Tour On Vespa In Florence For Small Groups

Hop on a Vespa scooter and enjoy a 3-hour tour that will take you around Florence’s most famous and spectacular sightseeing spots. Reach the Piazzale Michelangelo and the San Miniato convent, after which you will head for the Florentine hills and reach the historic town of Fiesole.

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4 Days In Prosecco, Italy – Guided Tour With Accommodation

Prosecco Escapes | Full Bottle. The all-inclusive, Prosecco-soaked getaway

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Visit Chianti On An Iconic Vespa – Small Group Tour From Florence

Spend a day riding along peaceful roads through the scenic, Tuscan hills on an original Vespa scooter. Experience a unique way of admiring Chianti's sights, and stop for a wine tasting and delicious lunch along the way.

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1 Hour Private Gondola Tour On The Grand Canal In Venice With Live Explanations

You will be inside the unique historical venetian boat, that takes up to 5 people, wandering around beautiful palaces and bridges with live explanation during one hour.

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Good To Know

Language
Italian
Currency
Euro (EUR)
Time Zone
(UTC+1) • Summer (UTC+2)
Country Phone Code
+39
Best Time To Visit
The best time to visit Italy is spring season, which has good temperatures but isn't as crowded as summertime. Of course, autumn is another best time to visit Italy, especially for walkers and cyclists. Winter also has a special charm, but we think the Italian charm matches the hot weather.