Italy is a must-visit country and is one of the most-traveled destinations in Europe. The appropriate time of year to visit Italy is in the winter. From December to March, the cold weather keeps most travelers at bay, and you can explore the country’s incredible museums and galleries to your heart’s content.
There are so many highlights in this beautiful country — from the canals of Venice to the Tuscan wine lands to the cobblestone streets of Rome to the Arno river running through Florence to the cliffs of Positano… and beyond.
Rome is one of the most iconic and most traveled cities in Europe and you could spend days getting lost in this magnificent destination. The most picturesque spots in Italy might just be Cinque Terre and all the stops along the Amalfi Coast. Positano is the gem of the Amalfi Coast and is arguably the most picturesque and most romantic town in the whole of Italy.
Italy has as many hotels as it has destinations, from the old-fashioned family-run pensioni in historic city centers to elegant lakeside resorts where one can dine by candlelight at the water’s edge.
TRADITIONAL CUISINE OF ITALY-
There’s no greater expression of a culture than the food people eat, am I right? Food defines culture. It reflects the people, the current economy, history, and climate conditions… even its politics. And the food is a huge part of the local travel experience. From haute cuisine to street vendors, local food is the first thing we look for in our travels. Since Italy is in our blood, we especially love eating the foods of Italy and finding the famous Italian dishes each region is known for.
THINGS TO DO IN ITALY
Spectacular Italy needs almost no introduction and is one of the most popular travel destinations in Europe. Italy’s impact on the world can be seen all over the country, in the beautiful artwork, crumbling ruins, and impressive palaces and castles that dot the horizon.