Experience Venice in the most Venetian way possible: via a 35-minute shared gondola ride while being serenaded. Choose between an afternoon or evening ride and then hop on the six-person gondola by a gondolier who is clad in traditional garb.
Visit two of Italy’s UNESCO World Heritage-listed attractions on this full-day shore excursion from Naples. Journey along the picturesque Amalfi Coast; enjoy free time to explore the hilltop towns of Positano and Sorrento; then marvel at the archaeological wonders of ancient Pompeii.
Explore the Colosseum's underground chambers, which are off-limits to most of the public each day and discover Palatine Hill and the ancient ruins of the Roman Forum.
Macerata, in central Italy, has a cooler climate than the south. Situated by the beautiful Apennine mountains, Macerata is renowned for its summer open-air opera festival taking place at the city's huge neoclassical arena.
Brindisi lies off the coast of the Adriatic Sea in the Puglia region of southern Italy. Known as the 'gateway to the east', it is a major trade port.
Located in the region of Liguria, Cinque Terre is a mesmerizing destination and one of the best preserved natural areas of the Mediterranean.
White beaches with crystal-clear water complemented with lavish resorts and historic sites – the islands of Italy are too good to be true.
Italian cuisine is fresh, colourful, delicious, flavoursome and filled with passion. Be it the wood-fried pizzas of Naples, Tuscan pasta and spaghetti, Lombardy’s meat-based delicacies and Mediterranean flavour of Sicily.
Italian regions are diverse, each with its own identity and regional variations in language, geography, cuisine and attractions.