Italy Tours

Cobbled streets and ancient ruins, stunning coastline and mouth watering cuisine. There’s only one word to describe Italy: magnifico! Its cities sing with culture and history, boasting the world’s most famous artworks by the likes of Michelangelo and Leonardo da Vinci, while its coastline boasts postcard-perfect views. Home to an astounding 54 UNESCO World Heritage Sites – more than any other country – Italy is not only a European gem but a country the world should treasure.

Wander the streets of Rome with a gelato in hand and watch almost 3,000 years of history dance before your eyes. Head north to the Italian Riviera's Cinque Terre region for colourful houses perched upon rugged hills, or south to the turquoise beaches of Puglia. No matter where you land, Italy will seduce the senses and touch your soul. Click here to learn more about when is the best time to visit Italy.

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When is the best time to visit Italy

With its iconic landmarks, ancient ruins, famed cuisine and passionate people, Italy is one of the world’s true treasures. But, when is the best time to go? Italy attracts travellers from all over the globe with its incredible food, art, architecture, culture and history. Thanks to the sheer number of attractions, and...

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22 Reasons to visit Italy in 2019

From food festivals to anniversaries, Italy is a must-visit destination in 2019 Italy has been one of Europe’s premier destinations for decades and for good reason: there's never a 'wrong' time to visit and the list of things to see and do (and eat!) only gets better. Here, 22 reasons to visit Italy in 2019. 1. 2019 is...

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Emilia-Romagna's culinary delights

From decadent tagliateli al ragù to savoury Parmigiano Reggiano right from the source, you’ll discover instantly why Emilia Romagna is considered - by Italians no less - the beating heart of Italian cuisine The competition is fierce, but if Italy has a foodie capital then the title may well belong to Emilia Romagna, ho...

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A day in the life: Archaeologist

Wrap your heads around the ruins of Rome and its long and glorious history Visiting Rome can be overwhelming when you consider its historical and cultural importance – after all, it was once called 'the Capital of the World' for a reason. The city is thousands of years old, filled with monuments, wonders, and relics fr...

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