Italy

Italy holidays

Spellbinding cities, astonishing architecture and sun-bleached beaches to boot – holidays to Italy are like no other. Enjoy a trip to the romantic hillside towns of Tuscany or discover history-stuffed spots such as Rome and Venice. Whether you’re here to relax in the sun, or soak up some culture, live la dolce vita with a holiday to Italy.

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Like a fine wine

Throughout the country, from the edge of the Alps on Lake Garda to the Amalfi Coast near Sorrento you’ll find vineyards and cellars dotted all over to sample the finest regional wines. Usually named after their grape varieties, village or area of origin, these top tipples make the drop of the day. The most widespread is Tuscany’s Chianti, which you’ll never see in short supply.

Feast yourself

Holidays to Italy aren’t complete without feasting on authentic food. Pasta and pizza (thought to have been invented in Naples), play a leading role in all recipes and menus, but there are many other local specialities to consider in all the country's regions. Tuscany’s noted for its bean dishes and the Po Valley’s known for its rich risottos. Get to know mozzarella, gorgonzola and pecorino, too.

A shopper’s paradise

Rome and Milan come with all the names you’d expect from some of the leading style centres. And big names line their streets, with the likes of Versace, Bulgari, Gucci and countless small boutique shops among the line-up, each giving Italy its fashionista status. If you’re after a little retail therapy, an Italy holiday won’t disappoint.

Need more inspiration?
Can't decide between the super-chic coast, inland hillscapes or culture-packed cities? We don’t blame you! Have a flick through our online brochure and be inspired by the best bits, along with a bunch of our favourite hotels of the moment – you’ll find your perfect match in no time...
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Italy resorts

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Sant'Agata sui Due Golfi

The little village enjoys stunning panoramic views of the Bay of Naples. Close to Sorrento, Sant’Agata also boasts an exceptional gourmet restaurant, considered one of Italy’s best eateries.

Sorrento Centre

A fragrant frame of lush lemon trees and bougainvillea in bloom surround Sorrento’s sophisticated central piazza, cobbled lanes and picturesque parks.

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Cecina

In traditional Italian style, you’ll have old streets with modern touches, pretty buildings around every corner and – the bonus feature – a whopping great seafront to catch your eye.