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The Riches of Emilia-Romagna

The region of Emilia-Romagna has a fascinating history and is renowned for its cultural treasures. Bologna is home to the oldest university in the western world while Ravenna was once the capital of the western Roman empire. Parma is celebrated for some of the best Italian cuisine including prosciutto, parmesan...

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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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West of Sicily

The west of Sicily contains a host of attractions, including the Valley of the Temples, the Temples of Selinunte and Segesta, and the renowned Norman cathedral at Monreale. This 5-day self-drive tour is the perfect introduction to Sicily. Itinerary Details Day 1: Fly to Palermo Fly from London to Palermo...

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Verona

Forever associated with Romeo and Juliet, Verona is one of Italy’s loveliest and most romantic cities. In centuries past, this former Roman centre was referred to as ‘Piccola Roma’ or little Rome. The pedestrianised city centre includes the city’s many charming sights including Juliet’s legendary balcony and the medieval town...

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Venice

For centuries, Venice has inspired many of the world’s 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....

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Turin

Until 1945 Turin was the capital of Italy and seat of the Savoys, and today the city still retains an air of grandeur. The most famous site in Turin is the Shroud of Turin, believed to be Christ’s burial cassock, located at Cathedral di San Giovanni Batista. Although the shroud...

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The Italian Riviera

Starting in the picturesque city of Genoa, this 8-day self-drive tour travels through the Italian Riveria visiting the towns of Rapallo, Santa Margherita Ligure, the picturesque villages of Le Cinque Terre and the cosmopolitan town of Portofino. Finish the tour in Viareggio, renowned for its excellent beaches. Itinerary Details Day...

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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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