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Italy Destination Information
Stroll along the streets of Rome and see first-hand the flow of history from ancient empires to the 20th century. Visit St. Peter's Basilica, the Colosseum, Piazza Navona, and the restored Sistine Chapel ceiling.
Venice is exquisite - not only for its unique combination of islands and canals, but also for the stunning St. Mark's Square, Bridge of Sighs, and Doges' Palace. Visit them all and then glide through the canals in a gondola.
Florence, the Renaissance capital of the world, is located beside the river Arno in the heart of Tuscany, a picturesque province with hills and mountains. Here you will find the finest examples of Italian Renaissance genius — Michelangelo's "David," Brunelleschi's dome of the Santa Maria del Fiore, Ghiberti's bronze baptistry doors, and numerous other gifts of Raphael and DaVinci. Walk and shop your way across the famous Ponte Vecchio bridge and then escape the crowds at Giardino di Boboli, a huge park on a hillside in the middle of Florence where you'll find beautiful gardens, fountains, and a great view of the city.
Vacation Destinatons in Italy
The Amalfi Coast is situated on the Sorrento peninsula. Amalfi, with its wonderful views, is the main town of the Amalfi Coast. White houses cling onto the rocks opposite the Saint Andrew Cathedral and the main square. The town of Amalfi is filled with alleys, and steps, with 57 steps to get up to the famous Cathedral of St. Andrew and Cloister of Paradise, a treasure of medieval architecture. The narrow alleyways of the town wind through the hills and up the slopes between the sea and mountains. While visiting, don't miss the beaches as they are some of the most beautiful on the coast. With crystal clear water, it is perfect for swimming, scuba diving or boating. Also, worth the visit is Palazzo Morelli and its Civic Museum. Save time for shopping, especially for the lemon liquor which is locally produced and the famous handmade paper created in town as well.
Hotels & Resorts in Amalfi, Italy
|Convento di Amalfi Grand Hotel
|Hotel Santa Caterina
|Hotel Luna Convento, Amalfi
The Isle of Capri has captured the imagination of visitors for centuries. A mountainous island, known for its sea caverns, the most famous of which is the Blue Grotto. The lower town of Capri zigzags with narrow winding streets and interminably long staircases taking you from one part of town to the next. Travelers usually enter the city at the bustling Piazzetta Umberto below the famous clock tower. Looking more like a little courtyard, it is packed with little cafe tables a great place for people-watching and breathing in the aroma of this spectacular panorama above the sea.
Hotels & Resorts in Capri, Italy
|Capri Palace Hotel & Spa, Anacapri
|Capri Tiberio Palace
|Hotel Caesar Augustus, Anacapri
|The Villa Marina Capri Hotel & Spa
- Cernobbio/Lake Como
Shaped like a wishbone, Lake Como lies at the foot of the Alps, making it an idyllic vacation resort. Its lakeside towns and tiny villages are easily reached by many passenger boats that operate up and down the lake. Opulent villas hug its shoreline. The charming lakeside town of Como is a short train ride from Milan.
Hotels & Resorts in Cernobbio/Lake Como, Italy
|Castadiva Resort & Spa
|Villa D'Este, Lake Como
|Metropole & Suisse, Lake Como
One of the world's most architecturally beautiful cities, it is not surprising that the elegant, fashionable and picturesque city of Florence is bursting with life. Nestled below the wooded foothills of the Apennines, along the banks of the Arno River, this capital of the Tuscany region is located on Italy's northwest coast. Founded in 59 B.C. as a settlement for retired Roman soldiers, Florence retains its old-fashioned spirit and will make you feel as if you were transported back in time. Countless museums and galleries are filled with masterpieces by Botticelli, Brunelleschi, da Vinci and Michelangelo while great shopping and delicious cuisine make Florence a popular vacation spot. Most of the sights you'll want to see are within walking distance of the Duomo cathedral in the city center. The heart of the city is the Piazza de Duomo and the Piazza della Signoria where statues commemorate major historical events of the city's life. Next door, the Uffizi is the oldest gallery in the world, with a collection of the greatest works of the Renaissance commissioned largely by the Medici family.
Hotels & Resorts in Florence, Italy
|Grand Hotel Villa Cora
|Grand Hotel Villa Medici
|Hotel Helvetia & Bristol
|Hotel Villa La Massa
|Hotel Villa La Vedetta
|Relais Santa Croce
|Rocco Forte Hotel Savoy
|The St. Regis Florence
|The Westin Excelsior, Florence
|Hotel Bernini Palace
|Palazzo Magnani Feroni Suites
|Plaza Hotel Lucchesi
|Cerretani Firenze, by Mgallery
|Gallery Hotel Art
|Hotel degli Orafi
|Hotel Monna Lisa
|Hotel Santa Maria Novella
|Relais Villa Palagio
|San Gallo Palace Hotel
|Hotel Balestri Florence
|Hotel La Fortezza Firenze
Shopping, dining and partying are serious business in chic Milan, Italy's most sophisticated and prosperous city. This financial and commercial center of Italy attracts fashionistas, world-famous designers, business leaders, opera lovers and other fans of all ages. The city is also home to many artistic treasures including the restored "Last Supper" by Leonardo da Vinci as well as the majestic Duomo, the world's largest Gothic cathedral, presiding over the Piazza that bears its name. Milan is also home to the world's most beautiful shopping mall, the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II.
Hotels & Resorts in Milan, Italy
|Carlton Hotel Baglioni
|Hotel Principe di Savoia
|The Westin Palace, Milan
|Doria Grand Hotel
|Mgallery Grand Visconti Palace
|Mgallery Uptown Palace
|Sheraton Milan Malpensa Airport Hotel and Convention Center
Naples is an unforgettable experience. Set around the beautiful Bay of Naples in the shadow of Mount Vesuvius, Naples is the third-largest city in Italy and capital of the south. One of Europe's most populated cities, it is chaotic, overcrowded and noisy, yet this is part of its unique charm. Its enchanting narrow streets are filled with endless rows of churches, a medieval university, street markets and hundreds of cafes and bars. Pizza was invented in Naples in the 18th century so make sure you sample some and other delicious Neapolitan treats such as calzone.
Hotels & Resorts in Naples, Italy
|Grand Hotel Vesuvio
|Grand Hotel Parker's
|Grand Hotel Oriente
|Renaissance Naples Hotel Mediterraneo
Located in an amazing spot along the southern tip of the Amalfi coastline, picture-perfect Positano is one of the most popular seaside resort destinations in Italy. Like many European resorts, it began as a fishing village that was visited by painters, writers and bohemians until a full scale tourism industry was born. An hour's drive from Naples, Positano has been described as heaven between the sea and the sky.
Hotels & Resorts in Positano, Italy
|Hotel Le Agavi
|Villa Franca Hotel
|Positano Art Hotel Pasitea
Built on seven hills, Rome is an unforgettable encyclopedia of living history. Everywhere you look, you will be overwhelmed by the powerful reminder that ancient Rome was the center of the civilized world. A city of contrasts, the magic of Rome lies in its talent to blend the old with the new. While empires have risen and fallen, Rome remains as vibrant as ever. The Eternal City is filled with things to do and see and after your visit, you will be hard-pressed to pick a favorite. Rome is certainly a city where you will get your cultural fill but be sure to allow time for more self-indulgent concerns, eating, drinking wine, basking in the sunshine and enjoying open air concerts, ballet, opera performances, live rock and jazz.
Hotels & Resorts in Rome, Italy
|Boscolo Exedra Roma
|Grand Hotel de la Minerve
|Hilton Rome Airport Hotel
|Hotel Bernini Bristol
|Hotel d'Inghilettera Roma
|Hotel de Russie
|Hotel Splendide Royal
|InterContinental De La Ville Roma
|Parco Dei Principi Grand Hotel & Spa
|Regina Hotel Baglioni
|Residenza Di Ripetta
|Rome Marriott Grand Hotel Flora
|Sofitel Rome Villa Borghese
|The St. Regis Rome
|The Westin Excelsior Rome
|Hotel Capo D'Africa
|La Griffe Luxury Hotel
|Empire Palace Hotel
|Hotel Ponte Sisto
|Visconti Palace Hotel
|Hotel Giolli Nazionale
Sorrento is an elegant and sophisticated seaside resort perched on cliffs above the Bay of Naples, with unbelievable views. Piazza Tasso, the main square built over a ravine with the ruins of an old watermill at the bottom, represents the heart of town, and is filled with friendly bars and restaurants.
Hotels & Resorts in Sorrento, Italy
|Grand Hotel Excelsior Vittoria
|Hilton Sorrento Palace
|Crowne Plaza Stabiae Sorrento Coast
|Grand Hotel La Favorita
|Hotel Antiche Mura
Tuscany is home to the scenery and the magical light that captivated artists for centuries. Savor the tranquility of the soft-edged countryside lined with slender cypress trees, rolling hills, Etruscan walls, medieval villages and small patches of farms. Join its people to share the Tuscan culture's cuisine, its olives, cheeses and wines sipped on verandas overlooking breathtaking scenery.
Hotels & Resorts in Tuscany, Italy
|Castello Del Nero Hotel & Spa
|Borgo Di Castelvecchio
|Relais Alla Corte del Sole, Petrignano
|Villa Pitiana, Donnini (Tuscany)
|Antico Borgo Il Cardino, Castel San Gimignano
Built on 117 small islands at the northern end of the Adriatic Sea, Venice is unlike any other city in the world. No matter how many times you have seen photos of it, nothing will prepare you for the real thing. You must walk everywhere in Venice and where you can't walk, you go by water. Venice has 150 canals and more than 400 bridges, and its historic center is divided into six quarters. The main thoroughfare is the Grand Canal that intersects each of the six quarters as it twists along the length of Venice. One of the best ways to explore the architectural beauty of the city is by a romantic gondola ride along the Grand Canal allowing you a unique vantage point to admire palaces and buildings along the water. While you can easily spend weeks visiting Venice and the lagoon islands, the city is also a popular weekend destination.
Hotels & Resorts in Venice, Italy
|Bauer Il Palazzo
|Bauer Palladio Hotel & Spa
|Hilton Molino Stucky Venice
|Hotel Gritti Palace
|Westin Europa & Regina, Venice
|Ca Maria Adele
|Ca' Dei Conti Hotel
|Duodo Palace Hotel
|Hotel A La Commedia
|Hotel Ai Reali
|Papadopoli Venice, by Mgallery
|Ambassador Tre Rose
- Palermo, Sicili
Hotels & Resorts in Palermo, Italy
|Kempinski Hotel Giardino Di Costanza
|Grand Hotel Et Des Palmes, Palermo
- Taormina, Sicili
Sicily's most famous resort town and its most picturesque, Taormina, boasts the most photographed image in Sicily, across the beautiful ancient Greek amphitheatre to the sea with Mount Etna in the background. The town hugs the edge of a cliff overlooking the Ionian Sea. Taormina is also known for its charming, winding medieval streets and tiny passages hiding great restaurants, cafes and ice cream shops, hidden gardens and terraces with great views of the sea. It's a great place to shop with thousands of boutiques selling crafts, fashions and unique jewelry.
Hotels & Resorts in Taormina, Italy
|Grand Hotel Atlantis Bay
|Grand Hotel Mazzaro Sea Palace
|Kempinski Hotel Giardino di Costanza
All hotels featured in our European Program have been carefully selected to ensure the utmost satisfaction of our clientele.
All packages include: • Centrally located hotels • Hotels with private baths
Information contained within this web site is accurate at the time of publication and is subject to change without notice.