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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 […]

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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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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10 of the Best Places To Visit In Lake Como

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The Italian Lakes are one of the most famous areas of the country, and Lake Como is the region’s crowning glory. Located in Lombardy in the north of Italy, the lake itself is famous for its distinctive ‘Y’ shape and also for the luxurious nature of the holiday accommodation that lines its shores. Since Ancient […]

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Sardinia in August – Where to Go and What to Do

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When most people think of island regions in Italy, their first thought is often Sicily. But Sardinia is another unique part of the country that is found floating in the Mediterranean to the west of the mainland, offering travellers and holidaymakers a different experience of Italian life and culture. Sardinia is the second-largest island in […]

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Sicily in November – Where to Go and What to Do

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Out of Italy’s twenty different regions, Sicily is one of only two islands. Perhaps most famous for being positioned right at the ‘toe’ of mainland Italy, it’s the largest island in the Mediterranean Sea and an incredibly popular holiday destination all year round. Whether you’re after arts, culture, history, food, scenery or just the opportunity […]

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Lake Garda in September – Everything You Need to Know

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Lake Garda is perhaps the most famous of Italy’s large lakes, found between the regions of Lombardy, Veneto and Trentino Alto-Adige. It’s the largest lake in the country and is ringed with beautiful little towns and villages that have been popular with holidaymakers for many centuries. The north side of Lake Garda is surrounded by […]

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