We've yet to meet anyone who has traveled Italy and been disappointed. Steeped in history from the days of Troy to the present, this is a country diverse in its natural beauty from the highest corner of the Alps down to the Mediterranean coast. Spend your day's people watching in the famed piazzas or wandering the churches, which are filled with Renaissance masterpieces. At night book a table at a slow food restaurant, but just make sure you save room for gelato.
What makes ITALY unique
GRAPE STOMPING DURING HARVEST
PRIVATE HISTORICAL ARCHIVE TOUR
SLOW FOOD COOKING CLASSES
ROME & THE COUNTRY SIDE
Fine art, great food, and more history than you can imagine, Rome will sweep you off your feet. Enjoy the Spanish steps at sunrise and a leisurely walk through the Borghese Gardens if you want to avoid the tourist crowd. And while St Peter’s Basilica and the Colosseum are must-visit daytime sites, we suggest you spend your evenings enjoying a glass of vino with the local crowd in Trastevere.
Uphill beyond the chic cafes and designer boutiques of Capri Town, you'll find Anacapri, the heart of this Mediterranean island. Walk the small winding streets where bougainvillea climbs the stucco walls or hop on the local bus and find your way to the cliff side and stare down into the deep blue water as you watch the sunset.
FLORENCE & TUSCANY
Home to an emerging art, design, and food scene, Florence is an exciting city Italian city to visit. Book an early morning bicycle ride to get the lay of the land and plan your route for the day. The compact cobblestone streets make this a walkable city, which should been seen from both sides of the Arno River. Siena, Lucca, and the Chianti Wine Region are all a day trip away, making Florence a great place to base yourself while you explore.