Holiday ideas to Italy
Whether your Italian holidays take you to Rome, Tuscany, the Amalfi Coast or beyond, our Italy holiday experts have designed a trip for you. All of our holidays can be tailored to meet your needs, so speak to one of our Italy specialists to start planning your trip.
List of itineraries
With the flexibility to explore at your own pace, link Sicily’s highlights with spectacularly rural drives and stays in some of the island’s premier hotels. You’ll take in everything from Cefalù’s white-sand beaches to Agrigento’s temple wonders and Taormina's ancient grandeur.
Sicily's rich past has given rise to a uniquely contrasting history and it's a similar story when it comes to its food and wine. You’ll take it all in with stays in boutique properties and pretty country drives, with the island’s famous gastronomy showcased in wine tastings and open-kitchen dining.
Let stays in world-class hotels and the services of private drivers showcase the best of Capri’s island paradise, the Amalfi Coast’s dramatic beauty and Sorrento’s clifftop views. In between, there's plenty of time for some beach-side relaxation and independent exploration.
Calm blue lakes, snow-crested mountains, grandiose villas and some of Italy's finest Belle Époque hotels provide the backdrop to this tailor-made driving holiday through beautiful northern Italy. Its bookended by stays among Milan's ultra-fashionable repose and Verona's fabled past.
Let chauffeur drives and private guided tours bring you between the highlights of the Sorrento Peninsula. There’s everything from Pompeii’s Roman wonders to Capri's island beauty and the Amalfi Coast’s spectacular drama. Return each night to your luxury hotel's stunning Bay of Naples views.
Early booking discount - must book 45 dys prior to departure – Save up to £60 pp
Book by: 31 August 2018
The Venice Simplon-Orient-Express – the very name conjures up images of 19th-century splendour, of silent film stars and Agatha Christie. All of the glamour and mystique still lingers, the white-gloved service as faultless as one could hope for from the world's most famous train ride.