Italy is a vast and extraordinary country spanning thousands of miles from vineyards in the south to the beaches in the north. With so much to culture explore in this beautiful country, we aim to get you up and travelling with our top places to visit in Italy.
Located in the South of Italy, Naples can be said to be one of the busiest metropolitan cities in the country. Surrounded by a range of beautiful churches, cathedrals, museums and exquisite architecture you’ll be forever inspired. Make sure you go an visit the Accademia delle Arti del Disegno (the gallery that houses Michelangelo’s David) and the Piazza della Signoria (Florence’s most famous square) for entertainment, history and charm. When you’re done make sure you try out local cuisine of Italy’s favorite dishes such as spaghetti, pizza and parmigiana.
* £82 – Travel dates- 22/04/15 – 29/05/15 *
Surrounded by the Adriatic Sea, Venice can be said to be one of the best places to visit in Italy. Lined with scenic canals, old buildings and beautiful bridges, Venice incorporates everything you would want for a peaceful holiday. The Grand Canal is the most famous waterway in Italy and is definitely worth a visit so make sure you pack and camera!
* £62 – Travel dates – 29/04/15 – 06/05/15 *
For any traveller making their way through Italy, Rome is a must-see. Otherwise known as modern Italy, Rome is full of life, colour and imagination. You’ll see a mix of ancient monuments, beautiful fountains, palaces and not to mention amazing restaurants. Best known for housing ancient Roman structures, a trip to Rome isn’t complete until you see the Colosseum and see the history of Roman Empire. Rome is a vast and complex city but it does well at blending both modern life with historic culture and should be your next destination stop.
* £61 – Travel dates – 6/05/15 – 13/05/15 *
Though one of the richest cities in Europe, flights to Milan won’t cost you an arm or a leg when you’re travelling with us. We’ll make sure you have a few extra cash to splash out on a new wardrobe being that Milan is one of the fashion capitals of the world. With so much to see such as the La Scala (the world famous opera house, Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II (one of the best shopping malls in Italy) and the Brera Art Museum (Milan’s leading art museum) you’ll never get bored in this city.
* £48 – Travel dates – 13/05/15-2o/05/15 *
The birthplace of the Renaissance and home to the Michelangelo’s David, Florence is a city for art lovers, historians and fashionistas. With so much to see such as the Uffizi Gallery, the Duomo Cathedral and Lake Garda you might want to spend at least days in Florance. Florence is also home to to-die-for leather goodies, so be sure to allow enough time for a shopping spree. If that wasn’t enough Florence is also the capital of Tuscany which is home to Italy’s premier wine country and most picture-perfect scenery. So relax and take in the scenery.
* £135 – Travel dates- 20/05/15 – 27/05/15 *
There’s a world of opportunity out there just waiting to be explored, so make sure you don’t miss out! Remember, the only thing that’s limiting you is your imagination.