Stroll Through Italy

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.

Hotels in 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.

Italian Cuisine


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.

As well as vibrant cities like Rome where old and new mingle seamlessly, you can also enjoy the less crowded coastal areas where you can relax on sandy beaches and swim in limpid seas.

italy Leaning Tower of Pisa

The Leaning Tower of Pisa in Pisa is a fluke of architecture, as when the tower was constructed it immediately started to sink into the marshy ground beneath it. When the tower is open you can climb to the viewing platform at the top where you can look across all of Pisa.

Trevi Fountain

No trip to Rome is complete without a trip to the Trevi Fountain, and in fact, if you want to return here then it is considered an absolute necessity. Local legend has it that anyone who tosses a coin into the fountain will get good luck that will mean that they will one day return to this great city. The fountain is carved in the Baroque style and is made of glittering marble which is lit up at night to spectacular effect.


Chianti is known for its delicious wines and so it would be impossible to come here and not go on a wine tour of this region that is nestled between Siena and Florence. Many different wine tours operate in this area but many of them will take you over rambling hills and through enchanting villages, visiting the local wineries and sampling the various blends on offer.


You can’t come to Rome and not visit one of the most famous attractions in the world, the mighty Colosseum. The ruins of what was once a magnificent amphitheater are one of the greatest historical relics of our time and once it would have had a capacity of over 50,000 spectators. The amphitheater is most well known for the gladiator matches that would have been showcased here and you can sit in the stands and imagine the violent spectacles that used to be performed here for the enjoyment of the crowds.

Juliet Balcony

Verona is home to what is said to be the balcony of Juliet, the character made famous in Shakespeare’s play Romeo and Juliet. Unfortunately, the reality is that the city of Verona bought the home featuring the balcony in 1905 to make it into a tourist attraction and sadly the characters in Romeo and Juliet never existed in real life. Still, the balcony is a pretty spot in the city and couples flock here to declare their love for each other beneath the famous building.

Gondola ride

It may be Venice number #1 cliche but drifting along a canal in the graceful curve of a gondola is one of the top things to do.

Mount Stromboli

On a visit to Sicily, you absolutely can’t miss the chance to climb at least partway up Stromboli, a still active volcano. If you are looking for an easy trek then you can walk 400 meters up the sides of Stromboli by yourself, although if you want to continue on to the crater which still billows clouds of ash and fire then you will need a certified guide to take you. To get to the top takes around 3 hours with the descent coming in at around 2 hours, so all in all you need to allow a five to six-hour trek in order to see everything.

Valley of Temples

If you are going to visit charming Sicily as part of your travels then your first stop needs to be the Valley of the Temples which is located in Agrigento. Here you will find a huge archeological complex that has some of the most intact Doric temples that were built here in the 5th century. One of the best things about the temples here is that they overlook the town below and you can take in the stunning views as you tour the historical site.

Italy is a country that captures everyone’s heart. From its vibrant cities to the gorgeous Italian lakes and coast, the landscapes will get you first. And then there’s the food and culture. There is truly something to enchant everyone. The country’s famous tourist attractions are popular for good reason but to uncover the best-kept secrets in Italy – local restaurants, quiet regions, and bustling smaller cities. Italy off the beaten track is very special. So, just pack your bags and explore this amazing place.

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