Throughout the country, from the edge of the Alps on Lake Garda to the Amalfi Coast near Sorrento you’ll find vineyards and cellars dotted all over to sample the finest regional wines. Usually named after their grape varieties, village or area of origin, these top tipples make the drop of the day. The most widespread is Tuscany’s Chianti, which you’ll never see in short supply.
Spellbinding cities, astonishing architecture and sun-bleached beaches to boot – holidays to Italy are like no other. Enjoy a trip to the romantic hillside towns of Tuscany or discover history-stuffed spots such as Rome and Venice. Whether you’re here to relax in the sun, or soak up some culture, live la dolce vita with a holiday to Italy.
Weather in Italy
With its hot, dry summers and cool, wet winters, Italy experiences a mediterranean climate. Winters in Italy are cool and humid in the north and the mountainous zone.
Around 3hrs from the UK
Our current offers in Italy
Countless sightseeing attractions, shops, restaurants, bars, taverns, museums, nightclubs, etc. are within walking distance or easily reached with public transport. You’ll find very clean and comfortable Rooms. You can spend the morning with a frothy cappuccino on the rooftop.