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Sicily in November – Where to Go and What to Do

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

By <a>{authorName}</a> on {date} in Blog, Lake Garda, Places to see, Things to do

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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Sardinia in April – Where to Go and What to Do

Sardinia is the second-largest island in the Mediterranean Sea, and one of Italy’s few regions that are located on an island close to the country’s mainland. Whilst Sicily often gets the most attention, Sardinia is a wonderful destination for an Italian holiday that offers everything from pristine beaches to volcanic rock formations. The island has […]

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The 50 Best Pizza Restaurants in Rome

By <a>{authorName}</a> on {date} in Blog, Food & drink, Rome, Things to do

Rome and pizza are synonymous with Italy, and if you’re visiting the country’s capital then you’re bound to want to try this classic dish at least once. The number of restaurants, cafes and snack bars to choose from can be overwhelming but never fear. We’ve put together this list of the 50 best pizza restaurants […]

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15 of the Best Places To Visit In Puglia

Puglia, also known as Apulia in Italian, is one of Italy’s lesser-known regions that nevertheless is making its name as a prime holiday destination. Found at the ‘heel’ of Italy’s boot, it’s a beautiful and historic part of the country that is full of both coastal and countryside destinations, offering a wide range of experiences […]

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Sorrento in March – Where to Go and What to Do

Sorrento is one of the most popular places in Italy for tourists and holidaymakers for several reasons. Not only is it a beautiful town filled with interesting sightseeing spots and excellent restaurants, bars and cafes, it’s also the gateway to the famous Amalfi Coast and in easy reach of other popular sightseeing spots such as […]

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Sicily in April – Where to Go and What to Do

With five million inhabitants and over nine-hundred miles of stunning coastline, Sicily is the largest island in the Mediterranean Sea. One of twenty regions in Italy, it is one of the most dazzling cultural and scenic experiences the country has to offer. Sicily has a phenomenal reputation for its arts, music, literature, cuisine and architecture, […]

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Lake Como in October – Everything You Need to Know

By <a>{authorName}</a> on {date} in Blog, Lake Como, Places to see, Things to do

Lake Como is one of the most famous and glamorous lake destinations in Italy. Popular with both travellers and numerous celebrities who come to enjoy the area’s luxury villas and wonderful weather on their holidays, it’s a fantastic part of the country that offers brilliant scenery along with plenty of tourist attractions and accommodation options. […]

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Lake Garda in October – Everything You Need to Know

By <a>{authorName}</a> on {date} in Blog, Lake Garda, Places to see, Things to do

Lake Garda is the largest lake in Italy, found in the north of the country and home to mountains, forests, castles and more. Stretching across three of the country’s regions, this is a holiday destination favoured by travellers of all types who come to the area to enjoy the quaint medieval towns and stunning scenery […]

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Puglia in April – Where to Go and What to Do

Puglia, or Apulia in English, can be identified as the heel of the ‘boot’ of Italy and is a beautiful coastal location full of history and charming architecture. Perhaps best known for its olive oil production, Puglia’s countryside is lush and fruitful, its towns are unique and its coastline is the longest of any of […]

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