HOTELS IN ITALY
Bergamo is a charming town in Western Lombardy. The city has two distinctive parts, the Città Alta (Upper City) and the Città Bassa (Lower City), the modern centre of Bergamo.
Florence is the capital of the Italian region of Tuscany, one of the countries prime tourist locations.
Located 40km from Milan and surounded by a landscape of Mountains and hills Lake Como has been a proven and popular holiday destination for hundreds of years.
The autonomous region of South Tyrol has been a crossroads for Italian and Austrian cultural influences for centuries, and most of its inhabitants speak German as their first language.
Located in southern Italy, the village of Matera is a fascinating place to discover.
Milan is internationally considered one of the world’s centres of fashion, design and opera.
Listed as a world heritage site, the centre of Naples is renowned for the wealth and variety of its historical buildings.
Porto Ercole is a small, charming seaport situated on the scenic peninsula of Monte Argentario on the Tuscany coast.
Rimini, located on the Adriatic Sea, is certainly one of Italy’s most famous seaside resorts and has been a focal point of Italian history since the times of Caesar.
A striking abandoned hilltop town where the buildings have been brought back to life.
Bormio is the capital of Valtellina. The area has 4 ski areas with a total of 160 km of slopes and 50 km of cross country tracks.
Venice, the sinking city, is generally considered one of the most amazing places on earth.
Sicily is the largest island in the Mediterranean Sea; along with surrounding minor islands, it constitutes an autonomous region of Italy, the Regione Siciliana.