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About Italy Destinations
Say hello to La Bella Italia! The ruins of Rome, the art galleries of Florence, the canals of Venice, the markets of Milan characterize Italy tourism. The fatal charm of Italy is proverbial. During the Renaissance period, Italy was a fertile creative workshop that produced Botticelli and Da Vinci; their works are still boosting the tourism in Italy. Be it the hidden ruins of Pompeii, wine hills of Piedmont, crumbling buildings of Venice, and Greek temples of Sicily, Italy is a recurring dream that travelers can’t shake off, especially after a trip to Italy.
If any Italy travel guide asserts that visiting Italy is impressive, it would be a trivializing thing to do. The list of the best cities to visit in Italy is endless, starting from the more obvious to the most obscure. Going to Florence is like having a surprise party every day; not a street in the city that isn’t pregnant with poetry in form of art or architecture. Walking through the shopping streets of Milan is like walking into a fashion magazine. Roaming among ancient ruins in Rome is an experience like no other. Drifting past gothic cathedrals on a gondola ride in Venice is romantic and rewarding. On an Italy travel, one must make sure to explore all that one can cram into the trip.
Italy holidays are incomplete without exploring the beautiful countryside. Summer, from May through August, is the best time to embark on Italy wine tours, especially the world-famous Tuscany region. Tours of Southern Italy also include exploring the Mediterranean coast and glamorous beaches of Italy. Start your Italy vacations with our best-priced holiday packages including visits to Rome and Florence.
Flights to Italy are available from major Indian cities including Delhi, Mumbai, and Bangalore. It may take anywhere between 8 to 12 hours to reach Rome from Delhi. Visit Italy during the shoulder seasons of Spring and Fall. April-May and September-October are ideal months to travel to Italy. Tourist crowds are higher in the peak summer season in Italy, from late June to August. Winter in Italy is another good time to explore Christmas markets and lively town centers.
Places to Stay in Italy
1) Gran Meliá Rome: Situated in the historic center of Rome, this urban resort features lush grounds and fine-dining options. Guests can enjoy indulgent spa sessions and hang out in its glamorous lounge area.
2) Locanda Rossa: Rated among the top retreats in Italy, this countryside-villa is an ideal getaway for those looking to enjoy luxurious accommodation near Tuscany’s picturesque beaches.
3) The Gritti Palace: This lavish 15th-century palace offers views of Venice’s churches and museums. Its highlights for guests include an in-house exquisite spa and collection of priceless antiques.
In Florence, Couples can explore the best of Tuscan countryside on wine tours and cultural tours. The city of Florence is an ideal base to launch excursion to famed vineyards of Tuscany. Another option is to explore the art galleries and street markets in Florence. Venice offers a surreal experience for the newlyweds. The nearby islands such as Morano can be explored on romantic boat rides by couples who are looking to for something different than a gondola ride in the Grand Canal of Venice. Lake Como in northern Italy is a wonderful retreat for couples. Between the stunning shores of the lake and majestic mountain backdrop, there are several adventures await for honeymooners in Italy.
There is no dearth of monuments in Italy dating back to the glory days of Roman Empire. From Colosseum in Rome to the ruins of Pompeii, history buffs can learn about the rich past of Italy. Roman Forum and Pantheon are other popular places to explore.
Milan is the top shopping destination in Europe to hunt for high-end goods such as clothing and fashion accessories. Ponte Vecchio on the River Arno in Florence is an ideal place to bargain for souvenirs, jewelry, and leather goods. Weekend markets in Venice and Rome are also popular for shopping lovers.
Top Highlights of Italy
From St Peter's Basilica in Rome to the Leaning Tower of Pisa and from the Amalfi Coast to the Dolomites, Italy is home to the top-ranked travel destinations in Europe. A shrine to the Renaissance, Florence or the ‘City of Lilies’ is timeless like Verdi’s La Traviata. Read Tuscan novels on the banks of the Arno River, soak in the postcard-worthy panoramic view from Piazzale Michelangelo, shop at jewelry shops on Ponte Vecchio or pick up souvenirs from Mercato Vecchio, and go on full-day walking tours which begin from Piazza della Signoria. Keep in mind, as the shadows grow smaller in Florence, so does the queue to see Michelangelo's David. Go Italy, for a mind-blowing experience.
Hidden Destinations in Italy
From a vast empire to being a city-state and now a country, Italy has preserved the finest examples of its heydays intact. Take time out from urban cities to visit soul-stirring countryside where the scent of vineyards permeates the fresh air. Tuscany is a graceful antidote to tourist hubbub of Florence while Lake Como is an ideal refuge from the neon and noise of Milan. Among other top attractions in Italy include Genoa, Naples, Lake Garda, Turin, and Siena, as part of the best Italy tours. One can also opt to focus on northern Italy tourism.
The vine-covered hills of the Chianti and emerald-green expanses of the Val d'Orcia conjure up iconic images of Tuscany. Italians are big-hearted people. Guests are always welcome to join the locals around festivities, particularly at the food table. Sample seafood along the Sicilian coast, grab a pizza in Naples, prepare a pasta in Bologna, your taste-buds are in for a treat during a trip to Italy. Travel to Italy for an unbelievable experience.
Main Festivals in Italy
Different regions in Italy celebrate different cultural festivities. Carnevale in Venice (and in towns of Northern Italy) is an extravaganza of vibrant street performances, parade of boats, and musical concerts. Opera Festival in Verona features a series of classical music performances from July to September. Marriage of the Sea in Venice, Scoppio del Carro in Florence, Game of the Bridge in Pisa, and Umbria Jazz Festival in Perugia are popular festivals in Italy worth attending.
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Piazzale Michelangelo in Florence
Piazzale Michelangelo is a best and most popular lookout for the stunning view of the Florence both the day and night. It is one of the best places where you can enjoy the view and the best part of it is that it is for free. You need to have a steep walk but Piazzale Michelangelo sunset is really worth with an amazing view....
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Ponte Vecchio in Florence
Ponte Vecchio in Florence is one among the beloved landmarks of Florence. It is the old bridge which is stone span for crossing River Arno at the narrowest point. The original bridge was constructed during the first century AD but that swept away in the floods. River Arno is infamous for the floods and the bridge had to be ...
- St. Paul’s Ruins
Santa Maria Del Fiore in Florence
Santa Maria del Fiore is the cathedral which is designed by Arnolfo di Cambio and Filippo Brunelleschi. It is the third largest church of world. It is the largest church of Europe that gets completed in 15th century. The cathedral is named after Santa Maria del Fiore in Florence and is the Gothic structure which is built on...
- Historic sightseeing
Uffizi Gallery in Florence
Uffizi Gallery is a popular museum that has got many unique masterpieces and works conserved with the walls. The majority of the works in the Uffizi Gallery in Florence is dated back to the Renaissance period. Major collections are left by the Medici family to Tuscany State so they could get the state adorned to attract for...
- Historical Sites
Piazza Navona in Rome
One of the many beautiful and famous squares of Rome is Piazza Navona. It was built in the 1st Century AD on an earlier site of Domitian’ stadium, which was constructed by the Emperor Domitian in 86 AD. It is also believed that its name changed over a period from “in avone” to “navone”. Its location is actually in the cente...
- Historical Sites
- Ancient architecture
Things To Do In Italy
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Museums of Florence
Florence is a city where history lives. The city center is completely covered with historic monuments, palaces, and museums. It would not be wrong to call this city itself as a museum because you may find ancient artifacts everywhere being exhibited. Here are the most popular museums in Florence one should not miss while vi...
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Visit Vatican City in Rome
Vatican City is a small state in Rome, which is also the world’s smallest state, covering an area of approximately 110 acres and having a population up to 1000 people. It is not an officially sovereign state and Holy See holds its sovereignty. Holy See is also named as the Catholic Church’s ecclesiastical jurisdiction in Ro...
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Holy Gates of Florence
History of the Basilica and the Holy Gates
The Basilica of San Miniato is built between 11 to 13 centuries. The exterior of the Basilica is decorated with the marbles of white and green in color the geometrical patterns similar to the ones that one can find at the facades of Santa Maria Novella and Santa Croce. The mosai...
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Treasure Hunt in Florence
Florence has an intimidating look with the historical monuments covering the major area of the city. Many of the monuments in this beautiful place has so many mysteries and secrets tagged with them. The treasure hunt in Florence is an amazing experience for the people who visit here as it gives the experience of being in th...
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Tuscan Food in Florence
Tuscany is the region in Italy that provides exceptional cuisine. Tuscany is popular for the local produce and the meat. It is also popular for the seasonal foods and simplicity. The Tuscan food is as per the Italian idea of poor cooking. The concept start with the idea of making simple meals which are inexpensive and which...
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How to Reach Italy
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The Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino International Airport in Rome, Pisa Galileo Galilei International Airport in Pisa, Florence Amerigo Vespucci Airport in Florence, Malpensa International Airport in Milan, and Palermo International Airport in Sicily are major international airports in Italy. These airports handle flights from European cities as well as international destinations. Travelers looking to explore Tuscany region can take flights to Pisa or Florence, while those planning to visit Amalfi Coast can land at the airport in Naples. Air France, Lufthansa, British Airways, Swiss International Airlines, and Virgin Atlantic are major international airlines serving Italy. Domestic flights in Italy are handled by Meridiana and Blue-Express airlines.
Travelers can board a train from most European destinations to reach Italy. While train station in Milan serves as a primary hub for destinations like lakes and the Italian Alps. Rome is a major train station for central and southern Italy. The train network in Italy is well-maintained and reliable. Trenitalia – Italy’s primary train operator – runs both long-distance and regional trains in Italy. Tickets can be booked online and there are three fare classes. Roma Termini, Torino Porta Nuova, Napoli Centrale, Milano Centrale, Venezia Santa Lucia, Firenze Santa Maria Novella, and Bologna Centrale are the busiest train stations in Italy.
Italy also has rail links to adjacent countries of Austria, France, Slovenia, Switzerland, and Vatican City. Eurocity and Euronight are international trains to reach cities like Vienna, Paris, and Barcelona.
Reaching Italy by road is not the most convenient way to travel for non-Europeans. Italy borders France, Austria, Switzerland, and Slovenia. All borders, except for border with Switzerland, are open (without customs checks). Roads in northern and central Italy are well-developed and form a dense network whereas roads in southern Italy have less extent to remote destinations.
Eurolines operates regular buses between Slovenian coastal towns and Trieste in Italy. Buses from Trieste to the rest of Italy are plentiful and reliable. Public transport is also available from Italy to Denmark, Germany, and Switzerland. Travelers can book bus tickets online before boarding and validate it on an onboard machine. To help ease city tours, major cities in Italy have some kind of a City Card. Cardholders can take local public transportation and enter a number of museums after paying a onetime fixed-fee.
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Trip to New ZealandWe would like here to take a moment and appreciate Mr. Rohit Thakur and his team for the efforts they have put in organising a trip for us that will be cherished forever. Our’s was a 12 day 11 night trip to Europe covering Paris and Italy. The trip was very well organised and planned. We had received all the vouchers and details well in advance. Hub holiday team was easily accessible when in need. Looking forward to future trips with traveltriangle.
Trip to ItalyEverything was managed well. Hotels could have been better. Communication gap at the time of finalisation needs to be improved.
Trip to EuropeMe and my friends had an excellent trip to Switzerland and Italy, Thanks to you and your Team! The entire tour was well planned and very much within our budget. We are especially appreciative of the 24/7 travel assistance that you and your team provided throughout our travel. The response time to all calls and messages (right from the initiation till the end of Journey) was excellent!! Overall we had an wonderful experience with this travel team!!!
Trip to ItalyA very well planned out trip Everything moved as per the program...good efforts by the travel agent made our entire trip memorable
Trip to ItalyThis was the first time I booked a trip through travel triangle (Travel mastezs) to Italy. Since this was a new travel company for me, I was a bit skeptical initially. Must say, Arpita and Amit Chandra from travel masterz made the entire process effortless for me. Starting with explaining what is best option for us in terms of best locations to cover, minimum duration required, hotel recommendations, sight seeing places, visa assistance (in terms of helping me put together all the necessary documents), keeping me up-to-date until the end of my travel. Checking constantly on whats app if everyone was going well. Arpita also helped with pre-poning a day tour as I wanted to accommodate another personal tour on the initial planned date which was not part of the itinerary which i could not have been able to visit, if not for Arpita changing the schedule in the last moment as per my request. Overall great experience in Italy. Many thanks to Arpita and team from travel triangle who are extremely professional and are well aware of the places without making false promises and being honest upfront in terms of what to expect.
Trip to SwitzerlandReally satisfied with the trip! All the hotels provided had pretty good location. Shubham Gupta from HUB Holidays was very active throughout all stages of the trip, right from planning the itinerary to the very end. We planned our entire itinerary during late hours and Guptaji was happily available to receive calls during those odd hours also. They entertained even the last minute changes. VISA assistance is also amazingly handled and we had no problem whatsoever. The sightseeing options provided were also good. Over all it is an excellent trip to Paris, Swiss and Italy. Only the Gondola ride at Venice was cancelled due to rain.
Trip to EuropeMe and my wife planned 11 days trip to France and Italy during mid Feb'19. To say that our trip planner Siddhant and his team put together the experience of a lifetime for us, still somehow seems an understatement! When we started planning this trip, we spoke to about two to three different travel planners and while almost all of them were thorough and impressive in their own ways, Siddhant was the one who provided itinerary suggestions which were real time and exactly what we were looking for. Siddhant himself is quite familiar with various destinations across Europe and hence his expertise helped us in planning a wonderful trip. We started our trip from Paris. We stayed in Paris for three days and covered many known places like Eiffel Tower, Louvre, Notre Dame etc. We also did cruise ride and even visited Indian street in Paris, named Gare du Nord, which had every Indian thing available. From Paris we travelled to Venice and stayed there for two days. Our stay was booked on the canal, which gave an edge to the whole trip. We visited beautiful islands in Venice like Murano, Burano and Torcello. We also enjoyed the scenic beauty of Venice by foot. Did Gandora ride, which was one of the lifetime experience. In Venice we did some shopping too and relished mouth watering handmade chocolates too. From there we travelled to Florence and stayed there for two days. Florence is a perfect place to be discovered on foot, it has very fine and breathtaking architecture. We also did a one day Tuscany tour where we covered Vienna, Siena, vine tasting etc. We were lucky enough to locate and dine in Indian Restaurants in Florence. From Florence we visited our last stop Rome. We stayed in Rome for 3 days and were able to see some lovely places like Colosseum, Vatican City, Fountain Triveni etc. Siddhant helped us in planning everything, right from perfect commute to choosing proper stay location so that we could easily travel to/from station by foot. He also helped us in figuring out stay duration at each place and also helped us in deciding right flight/train timings so we don’t end up wasting a day in just commuting. It’s so important to plan things right when you are travelling by yourself (no group). It turned out to be the most amazing and memorable trip of our lives. And we intend to book our future trips with Siddhant and his team. Thank you Team Duniya Safari :)
Trip to Europe"Travel with no regrets" is what i would like to say before planning on to any trip. So i had booked a 9 Nights and 10 Days customised package to Italy (Rome, Florence, Venice) and Austria (Vienna). Well where do i start from right from airport pick, the hotel bookings, Places recommended, City tours, train travel to different cities and drop-off at the airport everything was so smooth with Street Romeo Travel planner ; they also are always there to help you if you have any queries during the trip too without any issues. Also the really good part was the pickup and drop off at the airport cause we were provided with chauffeur driven Mercedes E class cars which is usually not common and majority of the travel agents don't provide & this had not cost us extra at all everything was well within the budget estimate provided to us. I came across Street Romeo Travel planner through Travel Triangle, and they were the one who had given me the best budget for the trip so with no questions asked we went ahead with them. Great Job Team Street Romeo Travel Planner. Keep it up!! Cheers.
Trip to ItalyThank you Duniya safari Team for planning a such a wonderful trip. From start to end everything went smooth. Only not happy with Venice accommodation. Overall it was a great trip. Special thanks to Mayuri for her continuous support.
Trip to EuropeOur Italy trip of 10 days i.e 3-nights rome, 3-nights florence , 2-nights in venice, 2 nights in milan was good. The hotel location of Milan could have been better, although it was close to the main Milan train station the area wasn't good and safe as per the receptionist of the hotel, even we could feel the same when we used to go out. One day hop-on hop-off service should have been provided in Milan in the package. There's nothing much to explore in Milan, I would suggest instead of Milan a country side destination should have been added like the amalfi coast. If we get an early train like 9:00 Am from rome to florence than 2 nights are enough in florence as venice is so pretty we felt instead of 3 night in florence we should have got 3-nights in venice. The sim card which was provided had alot of internet connection issues. The experience was good overall and we enjoyed our trip.
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FAQ's of Italy
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The Eurail and bus services are the best bet for traveling to different cities within the country.
Since Italy is a part of the European Union, the Schengen Visa will cover your visit to Italy.
Spend at least 10 days in Italy if you want to explore it properly and fully.
Apart from the usual Italian cuisine of pizzas and pastas, Gelato, a form of frozen dessert, is a must have when here.
Italy is relatively safer, although caution should be exercised in the old city areas of Rome and Florence against pickpockets and purse snatchers.
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