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Holidays to Italy

Italy is the perfect destination for cool city breaks to Rome and Venice, both of which have their own unique identity and architecture. But if you fancy staying longer there is lots to see with wonderful day trips to romantic medieval hill towns, such as San Gimignano in Tuscany, and unspoilt fishing villages, like Positano on the Amalfi coast.

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You can't think of Italy without thinking of Fine Wine

Throughout the country you can find vineyards and cellars dotted all over to taste fine regional wines. Wines are usually named after grape varieties, village or area of origin. The most widespread in Italy is the Chianti group of vineyards in Tuscany which you will find in plentiful supply.

 

Feast yourself with Fresh Italian Cooking

Italians are world famous for their cuisine and you’ll find the friendly trattorie (restauranters) will serve simple but superb dishes. Let's face it there is nothing quite like an the authentic Italian meal. Pasta and pizza play a substantial part in Italian recipes, but there are many regional specialities which you should consider. Tuscany, for example, is noted for its bean dishes and the Po Valley for its rich risottos. Cheeses include mozzarella, gorgonzola and the lesser known pecorino which is a type of hard sheep's cheese.

 

Find yourself in a shoppers Paradise in the Fashion Capital of the world

Rome and Milan come with all the names that you would expect from some of the leading fashion centres. And nobody seems to be missed out with the likes of Versace, Dior, Bvlgari, Gucci and countless small boutique shops which gives Italy it's fashionistas status.

 

Sardinia

Sardinia

Sardinia has a warm and temperate marine climate – hot and dry in the summer and mild and humid in winter. This enchanting island is alive with history, with ancient sites and traditional towns that have a welcoming atmosphere and quaint architecture.

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Pisa

Pisa

In a historical city like Pisa you can't fail to find things to see and do. This Italian destination is full of amazing architecture and museums with sophisticated cafes, bars and restaurants where you can rest your weary feet after all that sightseeing!

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Venice

Venice

This unique pocket of northern Italy enjoys many names, The Queen of the Adriatic, The City of Water or the Floating City – take your pick, they are all accurate descriptions. With such grand buildings erecetd from the water, it truly is a sight seen to be believed.

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Florence

Florence

If ancient architecture typifies holidays in Pisa then Florence is the arty equivalent. The crowning glory for the city of Florence is Duomo, the domed Cathedral Santa Maria del Fiore, prominent as you gaze across the city’s horizon during a holiday in Florence.

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Rome

Rome

City breaks to Rome transport you to a place that has been at the centre of civilisation for over 2,000 years. From the Romans to the Renaissance, as the prime focal point of such monumental periods in history it’s understandable that the city should have amassed such a fine collection of ancient sites, important museums and artistic masterpieces.

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