Where to go in Italy multi-centre holidays
List of regions
Tailor-made for both fly-drive holidays and short breaks, the stunning scenery, artistic heritage and delicious cuisine of Tuscany and neighbouring Umbria truly enchant.
Turin, the capital of the Piedmont region, was at one time the home of Italy's royal family and is today a fine city with an aristocratic atmosphere, sophisticated shopping, leafy parks, grand boulevards and palaces.
Considered the finest product of the Italian Renaissance, Florence's historic city centre is filled with countless monuments, works of art and inhabited by some of Italy's most cosmopolitan and glamorous residents, Italian designer Gucci included.
Built on seven hills along the banks of the River Tiber in the Lazio Region, Rome is a collision of ancient empires and a modern metropolis.
Siena is built on the ridge of three hilltops and offers sensational views of the Tuscan countryside. Its medieval centre is has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Milan, in northern Italy's Lombardy Region, 30 miles south of the Alps and a stone's throw from the Italian Lakes, is one of the fashion capitals of the world.
The enchanting Italian Lakes region of northern Italy is located on the border with Switzerland in the beautiful pre-alpine foothills of Lombardy. Set between the Alps and the Dolomites, the Lakes are just half an hour from bustling Milan.