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Lake Garda in July – Where to Go and What to Do

If you’re seeking a picture-perfect stay in Italy, taking a trip to Lake Garda in July offers ample opportunity to enjoy the region at its finest. Here’s everything you need to know before you go…

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Lake Como in July – Where to Go and What to Do

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Our expert opinion would be that the best time of year to visit Lake Como is in July, as visiting this iconic lake destination at the start of summer will offer exceptional weather and the prime opportunity to experience the lively and bold beauty of the area.

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Italy in December – The Best Things to See and Do

Italy in December is definitely worth a visit, even though it’s considered the offseason. While some places may be cold, visiting in December has a ton of benefits. The prices are lower on activities, travel, and accommodation. And, there aren’t as many crowds of tourists. If you are looking for a romantic getaway or a […]

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Here are the Best Beaches in Le Marche

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Le Marche has some of the best beaches in Italy. With its quaint coves, limestone cliffs, and ancient villages, it’s a picturesque place for some coastline lounging. In fact, there are so many beaches around Le Marche that it can be difficult to choose one. So, we’ve compiled a list of some of the best. […]

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Sorrento in April – Where to Go and What to Do

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Sorrento is at the height of its beauty in April. The pastel-coloured houses atop the craggy cliffs gleam brightly under outrageously blue skies. The sea shimmers a vivid azure while the rocky hills turn lush emerald green. The air fills with the sweet scent of lemon trees and orange blossoms, and the old streets burst […]

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Sicily in March – Where to Go and What to Do

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Ah, Sicily – sizzling, seductive, spectacular and full of romance. Located off the southern tip of Italy in the heart of the Mediterranean Sea, Sicily is stunningly gorgeous all year round, but even more so in spring. Sicily is the largest Italian island and is a mosaic of lovely landscapes, artistic gems, and rich history. […]

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Sicily in January – Where to Go and What to Do

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Wintertime is off-season in Sicily, which is why many people are left wondering, should you visit Sicily in January? The answer is undoubtedly yes, as Sicily is truly magnificent and a great destination to visit regardless of the season. During the cold winter months, only a small number of tourists venture onto the island for their […]

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Sardinia in May – Where to Go and What to Do

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A jewel in the mediterranean sea, Sardinia has long captivated tourists for its paradisiacal qualities that have made it one of the most popular island holidays in Europe. Its dreamy coastline, stretching a whopping 1850km, is adorned with golden beaches, crystal clear waters and dramatic sea cliffs. It is often overshadowed by other popular Italian […]

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Sardinia in March – Where to Go and What to Do

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With its idyllic beaches, beautifully rugged landscape and mountainous interiors dotted with scenic hiking trails, it's not surprising that Sardinia is a favourite destination for a beach holiday in Europe. Whilst summer is generally considered the best time to come to the island, visiting Sardinia in March, which is the spring season, has some advantages. […]

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Sardinia in December – Where to Go and What to Do

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Just off the South coast of Italy lies Sardinia, a beautiful island rich with history, culture and natural beauty. With its own language and customs, Sardinia is known for being fiercely independent from mainland Italy. White sandy beaches and crystal clear turquoise waters contouring the coastline are enough to attract numerous visitors every year on […]

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Puglia in May – Where to Go and What to Do

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Puglia, also known as the ‘Heel of the Italian boot’, is one of the country's best-kept secrets. Located in the southeast part of Italy, the region has more than 800 km of coastline and is famous for its stunning beaches, centuries-old farmland, and charming whitewashed hill towns. Also referred to as ‘Apulia’, Puglia has a […]

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Lake Garda in December – Everything You Need to Know

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Lake Garda attracts tourists from all over the world each year, and it's an ideal place for those who seek relaxation, tranquillity, culture, and lots of fun activities. Surrounded by the beautiful alpine mountains, this Italian destination is clustered around a stunning crystal-clear lake where people go swimming and sailing in the summer, although the […]

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Lake Garda in April – Everything You Need to Know

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Lake Garda attracts thousands of visitors from Italy and beyond each year. It's a great destination for tourists seeking relaxation, tranquillity, culture, and a whole lot of fun. The Mediterranean climate of Lake Garda makes it a wonderful place to visit any time of the year. But if you visit Lake Garda in April, you […]

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Lake Como in September – Everything You Need to Know

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Lake Como is the third largest of the Italian lakes, located at the foot of the Alps and a centrepiece for one of the most picturesque landscapes in Italy. Also known as Lario, Lake Como represents the shape of an inverted Y, and each branch of the lake is studded with historic towns showcasing beautifully […]

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Lake Como in February – Everything You Need to Know

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Set within the Italian Alps, Lake Como has long been a popular travel destination in Europe. Centuries-old villas that used to house prominent Italian families still line the lakeshore, while celebrities like George Clooney have established a home base at the popular lake. Indeed, Lake Como has a reputation for luxury. But this does not […]

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Capri in May – Where to Go and What to Do

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Best known for its stunning natural scenery, world-class shopping scene and mouth-watering cuisine, Capri is an island paradise that shouldn’t be neglected when you’re considering your next vacation abroad. With a landscape dating back to the Jurassic period, its dramatic coastline and jagged sea cliffs are nothing short of breath-taking, and its location in Italy’s […]

Puglia in October – Where to Go and What to Do

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Puglia, the region of Italy known for its authentic villages, sun-bleached sandy beaches and fairytale olive farm landscapes, makes up the southern heel of the ‘boot’ of Italy. It’s a popular tourist destination for those wanting to avoid the crowds of Venice and Rome, with a warm climate and nutrient-rich soil that makes it famous […]

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The 13 Best Places To Visit In Lake Garda

Lake Garda is one of the most popular places to visit in the whole Italian Lakes region. Its proximity to locations such as Verona, Milan and Venice means that it’s frequently picked as a day trip destination, and the gorgeous natural scenery and peaceful atmosphere see that it’s frequented by tourists and locals alike. But […]

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Sorrento in September – Where to Go and What to Do

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Despite not being as big as places like Rome, Venice and Florence, Sorrento is one of the most visited locations in Italy by tourists and travellers. As the gateway to the popular Amalfi Coast and home to beautiful views and famous sightseeing attractions, it’s a great place to visit for a short coastal break or […]

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Lake Garda in August – Everything You Need to Know

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When it comes to holidays in the Italian Lakes, Lake Garda is often the first location that comes to most people’s minds. It’s the largest lake in the country, found between three regions in the north of Italy and known for being one of the best places to spend a summer holiday, whether you’re a […]

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