Where to go in Italy
List of regions
The Venice Simplon-Orient-Express exudes timeless elegance, remaining unchanged for decades. Guests are transported to a time more refined, enjoying the finest service, opulent bars and three exquisite restaurants as they travel to Europe's most romantic cities.
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.
The Amalfi Coast stretches along the Sorrentine Peninsula in the south of Italy and is famous for its tantalising combination of historical cathedrals, grottoes and ancient villas, fine Neapolitan cuisine and the outstanding natural beauty of its scenery.
Venice, on the Adriatic Sea in northeast Italy, is a floating treasure-trove containing more works of artistic and historical significance per square metre than any other city in the world.
Sicily's long history as Italy's independent-minded island gives it allure matched only by it's ancient landmarks, sun-drenched beaches and cobbled lanes filled with tempting meals and boisterous Sicilian conversation.
That great crumple in Southern Europe’s tectonic geography – the Alps – spills down into northern Italy, leaving a picture-perfect landscape of shimmering lakes and some of the country’s most impressive cities in its wake.
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.
While the likes of Tuscany and Rome grab the headlines, sun-kissed Puglia, at the heel of the boot, offers a more understated and – some say – more authentic alternative to the crowds.