Friuli Venezia Giulia Liguria Lombardia Piedmonte Emilia-Romagna Trentino Veneto Lazio Tuscany Umbria Puglia Basilicata Campania Sicily Valle d'Aosta Marche Abruzzo Molise Calabria Sardinia

Explore Italy

Everything you have heard is true – all of it, even the bits about narrow little alleys that open onto lively marketplaces filled with figs, olives, pomegranates, rich goat cheeses and huge wheels of Parmesan, prosciutto and spicy salamis.

The architecture is overwhelmingly beautiful, magnificent, ancient and accessible. You really do get to wander through the original streets of Rome where past Caesars ruled. And yes, you will be able to roam the hills of Tuscany and have your lunch under the grapevines, taking in the wafting lavender.

Romance really was born on the romantic canal ways of Venice, where Gondoliers have serenaded lovers for centuries past. Feel the excitement when visiting the leather markets of Florence, or checking out the highest fashion houses of Milan – shopping is a true pleasure to be experienced in Italy.

Yes, it’s truly Italy.

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Friuli Venezia Giulia

Friuli Venezia Giulia is a northeast Italian region bordering Austria, Slovenia and the Adriatic Sea. Home to the sharp-peaked spectacular Dolomite Mountains and vineyards producing noteable wines.

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Veneto

Situated in Italy's Northeast, Veneto stretches from the Dolomite Mountains to the Adriatic Sea. Its regional capital Venice is famed for its canals, Gothic architecture & celebrations.

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Trentino

Located in the country's far north, Trentino is an autonomous wine producing province bordering Lombardia & Veneto. The skiing areas in Trentino are surrounded by the majestic peaks of the Dolomites.

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Lombardia

Lombardia shares a border with Switzerland, stretching from the Alps and lakes, to the Po Valley. One of Italys largest regions - its capital Milan is renowned as a fashion and historic art centre.

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Valle d'Aosta

A region situated in northwest Italy, Valle d'Asota borders France and Switzerland. Located in the Western Alps are the iconic snow-capped peaks of Matterhorn, Mont Blanc and Monte Rosa.

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Piedmonte

Piedmonte, a land of mountains in the northwest of Italy bordering France and Switzerland. The region is known for its delicious cuisine, famous wines and aromatic white truffles.

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Liguria

Liguria is a region situated in northwest Italy. Its famous Mediterranean coastline is known as the Italian Riviera. On the eastern coast is the Cinque Terre and the western coast is home to Sanremo.

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Emilia-Romagna

Emilia-Romagna lies between the River Po to its north and the Apennine Mountains to its south. It's known for its medieval cities, fine cuisine and seaside resorts.

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Tuscany

Tuscany is one of Italy's top destinations. Its attractions include historic cities, art-filled museums, churches, great wine and food, medieval hill towns, beaches, and beautiful countryside.

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Umbria

Umbria borders Tuscany, Lazio & Le Marche. The region has a rich cultural history and is known for its medieval hill towns, forests and local cuisine, truffles, olive groves and vineyards.

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Marche

Marche is centrally located between the Apennine Mountains and Adriatic Sea. The beauty of hills and mountains overlooking sandy beaches offers a mix of Italian culture, excellent food, art & history.

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Lazio

Lazio is the second most populated region and the capital of Rome is Italy's largest city. The region offers everything from sea and nature to good food and lovely villages rich in history and art.

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Abruzzo

Abruzzo is located in the central part of Italy. National parks and nature reserves cover much of the region which comprises of hilltop towns, dating back to the Medieval and Renaissance periods.

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Molise

A mountainous and hilly region, Molise lies between the Apennine ridge and the Adriatic Sea. With magnificent landscapes rich in historical tratturi trails and a stunning coastline with sandy beaches.

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Campania

Campania is the most visited Italian region in the south, due to the tremendous attractions along the Amalfi Coast and popular archaeological sites of Pompeii, Herculaneum, Paestum and ancient Capua.

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Puglia

A southern region located at the heel of Italy’s 'boot'. Puglia is known for its whitewashed hill towns, stunning beaches, great food, authentic villages and a wonderful Mediterranean climate.

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Basilicata

Basilicata is in southern Italy and borders the regions of Calabria & Puglia as both the Tyrrhenian Sea and Ionian Sea. The forests that cover the mountains are dotted with small & unique villages.

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Calabria

Calabria is situated in the 'toe' of Italy's boot-shaped peninsula. The region offers a rugged mountainous landscape with unique villages along with a spectacular coastline and many popular beaches.

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Sicily

Sicily is the largest & most densely populated island located just off the 'toe' of Italy's 'boot'. Must see slights include Valley of the Temples and the Byzantine mosaics at the Cappella Palatina.

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Sardinia

Sardinia intrigues visitors with its inviting sandy white beaches and emerald sea. With mountains rich in hiking trails, the island offers a contrast of ancient traditions and natural beauty.