19 Hotels & Resorts Found For italy

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  • Archi Riposto, Sicily (1)
  • Bergamo (1)
  • Bolzano (1)
  • Bormio (1)
  • Cassago Brianza, Lake Como (1)
  • Florence (1)
  • La Thuile (1)
  • Lake Como (1)
  • Lana (1)
  • Matera (1)
  • Milan (1)
  • Parrano, Umbria (1)
  • Porto Ercole, Tuscany (1)
  • Praiano (1)
  • Rome (1)
  • Saint-vincent (1)
  • Santo Stefano Di Sessanio (1)
  • Venice (2)

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  • Archi Riposto, Sicily

    Sicily is the largest island in the Mediterranean Sea; along with surrounding minor islands, it constitutes an autonomous region of Italy, the Regione Siciliana.
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  • Bergamo

    With its medieval architecture and cliffhanging views of the Alps and the countryside, Bergamo is not just one of Italy’s best secrets—it is also home to a burgeoning art scene and one of the best culinary traditions in the country.
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  • Bormio

    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.
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  • Cassago Brianza, Lake Como

    An hour from Milan, Lake Como’s undeniable beauty starts with Europe’s deepest lake and extends outwards to the forests, gardens, and finally the Alps. The town itself offers plenty of medieval, renaissance and Victorian beauty.
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  • Florence

    One of the world’s most beautiful and culturally significant cities, Florence beguiles with spectacular cuisine and an all-star list of attractions, including the Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore, Ponte Vecchio, and Michelangelo’s David, to name just a few.
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  • La Thuile

    Deep in the foodie-paradise of Aosta Valley in the Italian Alps, La Thuile is a great year-round adventure sports haven, including heliskiiing, and serves as a base from which to explore French and Italian culture.
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  • Lake Como

    The postcard pretty region of Lake Como still holds on to its the dreamy mystery and old-money gentility in the face of summer crowds.
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  • Matera

    Located in southern Italy, the village of Matera is a fascinating place to discover.
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  • Milan

    Milan is internationally considered one of the world’s centres of fashion, design and opera.
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  • Parrano, Umbria

    A land of incredible natural splendor, Umbria, Italy, is also rich in history. Here, one discovers ancient villages, such as Parrano, built upon Roman ruins amid authentic caves from the Bronze Age and salubrious mineral springs.
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  • Porto Ercole, Tuscany

    Porto Ercole is a small, charming seaport situated on the scenic peninsula of Monte Argentario on the Tuscany coast.
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  • Praiano

    Situated 10 minutes from Positano on Italy’s ravishing Amalfi Coast, the picturesque fishing village of Praiano has been a beloved vacation spot since the 10th century.
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  • Rome

    The former capital of an empire, Rome is still the center of the world thanks to its glorious art, architecture, design, food, and wine.
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  • Saint-Vincent

    In northwestern Italy, Saint-Vincent is a popular summer holiday resort with mineral springs and a particularly mild microclimate, earning its nickname as the “Riviera of the Alps.”
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  • Santo Stefano di Sessanio

    A striking abandoned hilltop town where the buildings have been brought back to life.
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  • South Tyrol

    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.
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  • Venice

    Venice, the sinking city, is generally considered one of the most amazing places on earth.
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