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The Riches of Emilia-Romagna

The region of Emilia-Romagna has a fascinating history and isrenowned for its cultural treasures. Bologna is home to the oldestuniversity in the western world, while Ravenna was once the capitalof the western Roman empire. Parma is celebrated for some of thebest Italian cuisine. Itinerary Day 1: Fly to Bologna Parma...

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Puglia & Basilicata

Known as the heel of Italy, the region of Puglia offers some of the country’s most remote coastline and countryside, dotted with ancient sites and whitewashed towns. The neighbouring Basilicata region is a rustic area with both historic centres and fine beaches. Over the centuries, both regions have been influenced...

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Venice

For centuries, Venice has inspired many of the worlds greatest artists and writers. Whether exploring it on foot or by boat, this romantic city is a constant inspiration with its grand palazzos and piazzas and its magnificent courtyards and churches. Itinerary...

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Taormina

Located on the terrace of Mount Etna and a cable car ride away from pretty beaches, once a former capital of Byzantine Sicily, Taormina is a well preserved medieval town with a wealth of cultural attractions. It has been the destination of choice for a number of writers, artists, aristocrats...

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Syracuse

Located in southeastern Sicily, Syracuse was first settled by colonists from Corinth in 734 BC. Considered by Cicero to be the ancient world’s most beautiful city, it equalled Athens in power and prestige. Today, Ortygia the centre of the old city has retained many fascinating sights and monuments from its...

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Sorrento, Capri & Ravello

Experience the best of the Neapolitan Riviera with a three-centre stay in Sorrento, the island of Capri and the tranquil coastal town of Ravello. From the ruins of Pompeii and Herculaneum to the imperial villas of Capri, this tour showcases a region of Italy filled with picturesque villages and historical...

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Sorrento

Located south of Naples, Sorrento makes an ideal base from which to explore the surrounding area. Built on a hillside overlooking the Bay of Naples, Sorrento has a wide variety of shops, restaurants and cultural sights including the Cathedral and 18th-century Palazzo Correale. Nearby highlights of the area include Pompeii,...

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Sicilian Highlights

This self-drive itinerary starts in Palermo and visits the Valley of the Temples in Agrigento, the Roman mosaics at Piazza Armerina, and the coastal towns of Syracuse and Taormina. Itinerary Day 1: Fly to Palermo Fly to Palermo and transfer to the Grand Hotel Federico II (or similar)for 2 nights....

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Rome

The legacies of Romes 3,000-year history are visible almost everywhere, from its Roman ruins to early Christian churches, medieval bell towers and Renaissance palaces. Rome is also a great place for shopping, enjoying the local cuisine and people-watching in one of the many open-air cafes. Itinerary...

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Ravello

Perched high on the on the cliffs above Amalfi, the small town of Ravello is often regarded as the one of the most attractive and picturesque destinations on the Amalfi Coast. Home to the renowned music festival which takes place in Ravello’s ornate gardens and villas, visitors are drawn to...

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