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Italy Travel Vacation Guide

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Italy Vacation Rentals

Whether you are traveling to a big city such as Rome or Venice or would like to explore an Italian enchanting country side, there are many choices of Italy accommodations for you to select from. Charming Tuscany cottages and farmhouses, Rome vacation apartments, Florence villas and Perugia holiday houses are only a few accommodation options for you in Italy. Either one will provide you with privacy and comfort that will truly fulfill your vacation experience in Italy.

Things to do in Italy

Sightseeing in Venice and Florence, majestic castles of Trentino, hiking trails of Alps and vibrant nightlife in Rome, those are just some ideas of how to enjoy your Italian vacation. Visit Florence and admire world famous art masterpieces or get off the beaten track and enjoy camping and biking through the lush nature of Italian countryside.

From a beautiful Italian Riviera, scenic hilly and mountain areas of Italian Alps to agricultural lands full of wineries and farmhouses in Tuscany and Sicily, Italy offers unlimited outdoor possibilities for every member of the family. Whether you love sightseeing and hiking or are an art enthusiast, you will find Italy a perfect destination for your next vacation.

The Alps

Take a trip to the northern Italy to visit a scenic Piedmont region, Valle d'Aosta and Lombardy featuring Lake Maggiore, charming town of Como and fashionable city of Milan. Take some time to visit Turin, a city of graceful elegance and art treasures and make sure you stop by in Aosta to see the valley's most spectacular, fortified Fenis Castle.

Known as one the world's design and fashion capitals, Milan will enchant you with its shopping possibilities. Reputed to be the world's oldest shopping mall, Galleria Vittorio Emanuele in the Piazza Duomo will surprise you with its unique design and numerous elegant brand stores.

If you love winter sports, visit Madonna di Campiglio, one of the most trendy and famous ski resorts in Italy. Excellent lifts, thousands of ski and snowboard trails, magnificent views and of course the best accommodations are awaiting tourists in this part of Italian Alps.

Tuscany

Diversity is what best describes Tuscany. While some tourists visit Tuscany for its fine arts, others come to explore its scenic countryside and to enjoy mountain paths. When traveling to Tuscany for the first time, start with the artistic Florence and then continue to Siena and Pisa for more sightseeing experience. After visiting major cities, get off the beaten track and get to know medieval castles, parish churches, charming little roads and isolated countryside farmhouses. You will be delighted!

The Italian Riviera

Stretched from the French border, through San Remo, Genoa, Portofino to Portovenere, the Italian Riviera offers a variety of sensual experiences. From colorful fishing villages, through medieval towns to scenic beaches and rocky coastline, this part of Italy was a paradise destination and inspiration for such famous artists as Ernest Hemingway. Sheltered by the majestic Alps from the north, this part of Italian coastline has its own micro-climate which will provide you with sunshine and perfect temperatures year round.

Rome

If you are looking for and exciting sightseeing, cultural and night life experiences, visit the capital of Italy, Rome. Take a trip to the Vatican museum and Sistine chapel featuring Michelangelo's famous works of art such as Pieta, a marble sculpture located in the St. Peter's Basilica. Do not forget to stop by the glorious Coliseum, an ancient famous amphitheatre located in the center of the city.

After the whole day of sightseeing through the famous tourist sites, take some time to see this magnificent city with the eyes of a local. Just "do as the Romans do", visit local diners, take a sip of a delicious caffe latte and a bite of a chestnut "gelati" on the hot day.

Italian Islands

From the ancient and exciting Sicily and Sardinia to smaller but equally interesting Capri, Ischia and Elba, Italian islands captivate tourists with wonderful traditional cuisine, cultural activities and sandy beaches. Visit romantic and stylish island of Capri and unwind in one of luxurious daily spas in Ischia. Whichever island you choose to visit, you will always experience magnificent sunsets, golden beaches and crystal blue seas.

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