Italy Tours


A region of forests and mountains in southern Italy known for the city of Matera and its Sassi district.


A fascinating city known for its ancient habitations literally set in stone, the Sassi, and for its rupestrian churches. 

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A region in southwestern Italy known for its ancient ruins and dramatic coastline.


One of the most visited and picturesque locations in the Campania region with a mythical charm and natural treasures.


Located halfway between the volcano Mount Vesuvius and the Phlegraean Fields, it's city notarious for its rich history, art, culture and gastronomy.


A city that was destroyed in 79 CE when Mount Vesuvius erupted, covering it in at least 19 feet of ash and other volcanic debris which ruins were discovered in the late 16th century.


Once a vital part of the sea power, it's today a sophisticated resort with Moorish-style architecture that rises up steep slopes.


A tranquil fascinating place to discover sparkling beaches, ancient historical sights, and authentic southern Italian cuisine.


Famous for its lemons and limoncello, Sorrento offers stunning views of Naples, Mount Vesuvius and the Isle of Capri. 


A region in northern Italy known for its medieval cities, rich gastronomy, and seaside resorts. 


A foodie's paradise, famous for its well-known pasta dishes, meats, cheeses, and wines.


A town known for being the home of Ferrari and Scuderia Ferrari Formula One racing team.


A pretty well-known region since, after all, it’s home to Rome! But there’s much more to this central region than Italy’s capital. It’s home to famous lakes, medieval towns, and Renaissance gardens; and great archaeological sites.

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A coastal town home to Rome's cruise ship port, which was built in the 2nd century and still retains some of its original features, like the Roman Dock.


A narrow strip along the coast in northwestern Italy, famous for its seaside and resort towns.

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Cinque Terre

The land of 5 towns, colorful houses, and harbors filled with fishing boats, vineyards cling to steep terraces and trattorias with seafood specialties.


With its seafaring heritage, La Spezia is a port city located in the Luguria region surrounded by cliffs and beaches.

La Spezia

With its seafaring heritage, La Spezia is a port city located in the Luguria region surrounded by cliffs and beaches.


Located all the way in the north of Italy, its the wealthiest region and especially strong in the sectors of industry, service, and agriculture.

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Lake Como

One of the most picturesque travel destinations for lovers. Even in ancient Roman times, couples flocked here to escape the heat of the city and to reinvigorate themselves in the cool mountain air.


The “heel” of the boot of Italy famous for its beautiful beaches, gorgeous countryside, excellent food, and unique towns and architecture.


A town in Italy’s Apulia region known for its trulli, whitewashed stone huts with conical roofs.


A coastal town in southern Italy’s Apulia region home to the 15th-century Aragonese Castle and 11th-century Otranto Cathedral.


It's the largest island in the Mediterranean and a place on its own. (Some Italians joke that it’s not even Italy!) because of its unique, and ancient history. 


Ancient and noble, located on the northeastern tip of the island, topped by Peloritan Mountains, it has always served as a crossroads for Sicily.  


City of a thousand faces, capital of Sicily, loud but elegant, eclectic and full of architectural beauty.


A region that has it all; the seaside and countryside, food and wine, cities, and small towns.


A known for its cobblestone streets and the well-preserved Renaissance walls encircling its historic city center.


Located in Italy's Tuscany region, Pisa is famous for its iconic Leaning Tower, already tilting when it was completed in 1372.


One of the most developed regions in Italy with towns worth visiting for their beauty, art, and architecture.


A city with just canals instead of roads, lined with Renaissance and Gothic palaces.