Where to go for new impressions and emotions? To Italy! Mountains, the sea, lakes, architecture, food, shopping, and entertainment are all things you will see in this country. Travel is transformation. Travel is the best thing you can do for yourself. Travel is life! Don't wait - travel now!
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Even highly experienced travelers will be totally fascinated by the incredible beauty of Italy. Every time you come back here you will find something new to see.
If you are longing to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city and get into nature, the destinations like Tuscany Valleys, Lake Garda or Mount Etna in Sicily are the best places for you to visit.
If you’re a big fan of modern architecture and modern art, visit Milan, Palermo or Turin. Our travel specialists will do their best to keep things running smoothly and make your trip unforgettable.
Natural Beauties and Lakes
On the coast of Lake Garda there are dozens of historic towns and colorful villages, many of which were founded during the Roman Empire. The squares of ancient cities are decorated with majestic Gothic cathedrals. Here you can see hundreds of UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
Lake Garda is rich in natural reserves and botanical gardens, amusement parks, historical and architectural monuments, theaters, museums and, of course, excellently equipped beach areas.
Tre Cime Lavaredo, located in Veneto among the impressive Dolomiti, near Lake Misurina and the characteristic town of Auronzo di Cadore.
It is a place whose beauty is universally recognized and attracts tourists from afar, especially in summer. In 2009, the mountains became a UNESCO World Heritage Site for their beauty and unique landscapes, but also for their scientific significance.
Scogliera di Cala Rossa
Cala Rossa is the most picturesque beach on the Italian island of Favignana. Previously, there was a quarry in these places. The ruins that remain of it today and the limestone cliffs give the impression that you are in some kind of fantasy movie. The beach does not have a traditional sandy shore with a gradual entry into the water. But the sand on the seabed and turquoise water will satisfy even the most demanding tourists. The absence of waves allows you to enjoy not only swimming, but also, for example, diving to the seabed with a mask and fins.
Terme di Saturnia
Cascate del Mulino is a free spa area open to the public 24 hours a day every day of the year, consisting of a series of waterfalls that have formed numerous limestone pools over the centuries.
The temperature in the thermal waters is always 37.5 degrees.
The excavations of Pompeii represent the most majestic example of the ancient Roman city and its everyday culture - an inexhaustible source for research by archaeologists, historians of the ancient world and classical philologists. In 1997, Pompeii was added to the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage List.
Parco nationale delle Cinque Terre is located on the western coast of Italy, in the Liguria region, in the province of Spezia. The name of the park means "Five Lands"; it received such a name because it consists of five small towns-communes, picturesquely located near the sea, among the mountain slopes. Since 1997, the Cinque Terre has been given the status of UNESCO cultural heritage.
The picturesque old town of Tivoli, located 24 kilometers from Rome in the province of Lazio, is incredibly attractive for those who are interested in history and architecture. Architectural sights of Tivoli in Italy: fabulously beautiful villas with luxurious gardens and waterfalls. Tourists who come to Rome often prefer the more "promoted" sights of the Italian capital to visiting Tivoli. And only true connoisseurs know that this city is definitely worth a visit.
Canal Grande "permeates" all of Venice, curving in an S-shape, originates from the St. Mark's pool and ends at the Santa Lucia railway station. This old sea route stretches for almost 4 kilometers in length, and its width varies from 30 to 90 meters. On average, the depth of the channel is about 5 meters.
Along the shores of the azure water is a huge number of buildings - most of which were erected in the period from the 1200s to the 1700s of the last millennium.
Is there anyone who doesn't know this city? Rome is the heart of modern Italy and in ancient times it was the heart of the entire Roman Empire as well.
It’s a must-visit city of great historical value!
Venice is the most romantic corner of Europe, located on the northern coast of the Adriatic Sea in Italy. Majestic architecture, a unique atmosphere of freedom and lightness, lively labyrinths of streets - all this creates a unique ensemble that must be seen, heard, felt. Most of the "city on the water" is located on the islands in the Venetian lagoon, which are interconnected by a huge number of bridges. The entire historical center of Venice is included in the UNESCO cultural heritage list, and this is not surprising, because examples of architecture from the 14th-16th centuries have been preserved here.
Bari is the city where the relics of Nicholas the Wonderworker are buried. They attract pilgrims from all over the world. In Bari you can see medieval castles, walls and an old fort. The charm of the city is given by narrow winding streets and sandy beaches of the Adriatic Sea.
The town of Cortina D'Ampezzo is often called “The Queen of the Dolomites”.
Some of the most beautiful peaks of the Dolomites like Tofane, Cristallo and Pomagagnon surrounding the town make it one of the top-rated ski resorts in the world.
Attractions For Kids
Gardaland Resort is the biggest amusement park on Lake Garda.
On a territory of more than 500 thousand square meters there are more than 40 attractions for adults and children.
The park is divided into 3 zones, which will help you find attractions and entertainment for all ages.
Here is also Gardaland Sea Life Aquarium, an underwater world park.
Adventure Park Il Gigante
The largest rope park in Tuscany, located near Florence.
The park offers 6 routes, on the treetops with rope paths up to 100 meters long, Tibetan bridges and hanging passages up to 20 meters high.
As well as 6 routes for children from 3 years old and their families.
There is also a bar in the park where you can eat.
The park is open from April to October.
Parco Natura Viva
Parco Natura Viva is a large zoological garden and center for the protection of endangered species, located near Verona.
The first part is the Safari Park, where visitors can watch various kinds of wild animals from their own car or a special bus.
The second part is the Fauna Walking Park, where visitors can take a walk and see the animals of America, Europe, Asia, Africa and Oceania.
Italia in Miniatura
Discover Italy from a bird's eye view: walk through intricate scale miniature reproductions of Italy's famous monuments and landmarks.
Explore Italy far and wide in one day!
Everything around you is in miniature: from the cars of the Interactive Driving School to the bells of Piazza d'Italie!
The Vatican museum complex includes about two dozen museums and galleries, and in addition, the magnificent Sistine Chapel, decorated with frescoes on biblical themes by Michelangelo. Their expositions, collected by the Roman popes over the centuries, exhibit works of art belonging to a very large time period - from ancient Egyptian to modern times. In addition to paintings, sculptures and frescoes, the buildings of the Vatican are in themselves an invaluable architectural monument - most of them were built in the 14th century.
The Uffizi Gallery is one of the most famous museums in the world. The museum houses a lot of unique works of art, most of which date back to the Renaissance period.
The gallery houses the paintings of outstanding Italian artists, among them such great names as Botticelli, Giotto, Cimabue, Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci and Raphael.
La Galleria dell'Accademia
The Accademia Gallery, like the Uffizi Gallery, is the most visited museum in Italy. The most famous works of art that are stored here are the sculptures of the genius Michelangelo, including his masterpiece statue of David.
National Museum of Pasta
Pasta is a favorite dish in Italy, which has become a symbol of the country. In 1889, the Museo Nazionale delle Paste Alimentari was created in Rome.
The museum reveals to visitors the fascinating history of the creation of pasta, the evolution of the technology of their production and preparation. Eleven halls present a variety of items related to pasta in one way or another: from ancient devices (rolling pin, sieve) to modern equipment used for production, molding and drying.
The best season to visit Italy
Italy has endless opportunities for cultural, beach or outdoor activities in summer and winter.
From June to September is the peak of tourist season, therefore, it is better to book visits to museums and other attractions in advance.
In August all Italians go on vacation, the streets become very spacious, but restaurants, bars and hotels for tourists continue to work.
Travel around Italy
History lovers should start from Rome, beach lovers from Sardinia and Sicily, mountains and ski lovers from the Dolomites.
You should definitely pay attention to the lakes of Garda and Como, where you can combine beach, mountain, entertainment and cultural holidays.
Weather in Italy
The temperature in Italy is different, but most likely you will have to undress than warm up. In Rome, even in the winter, there are a lot of sunny days, the temperature during the day is from +10°C to +18°C, at night about +5/9°C.
The best way to travel around Italy
Between major cities, the fastest and most comfortable way to travel is by car or high-speed trains.
Restaurants and shops in Italy
In order not to stay hungry, you should know that in Italy there is a “Siesta”.
From 13.00 to 16.00/17:00, basically all shops and restaurants are closed.
Supermarkets are usually open from 08:30 to 20:00, in small towns they can close earlier and close on Sundays.
In Italy it is customary to have breakfast with sweets and coffee and not customary to order a cappuccino after 12:00 🙂
Public transport in Italy
Be sure to validate your ticket in public transport, otherwise you will be fined.
Taxis in Italy
To take a taxi in Italy, the best way is to come to special stops where there will always be a car for you.
In almost all cities, the best service for ordering a taxi is FREE NOW.
The application is available for all smartphones.
Mobile communications in Italy
Mobile Internet connection in Italy costs about 10€/month, connecting a SIM card is another 10€.
Important to know
Sockets in Italy have three holes, so take an adapter with you.
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The international airport Treviso located 20 km from the city center is suitable for passengers who travel e.g. to Venice.
Rome–Fiumicino International Airport
The international airport Leonardo da Vinci. It is the biggest airport in the country with over 43.5 million passengers being served a year.
Turin Airport (Torino, Piemonte)
In 2012 Torino Airport was given an award for its energy efficiency infrastructure. Besides, the airport won first prize at the ACI Europe Best Airport Awards
Naples International Airport
Naples International Airport is the main airport in Italy serving Naples. It is located approximately 7 km northeast of Naples city center in the Capodichino district.
Aeroporto di Milano-Malpensa
Malpensa Airport is the largest international airport in Milan. Malpensa Airport handles around 20 million passengers annually.
Amazing location surrounded by greenery, pleasant and helpful staff, the exterior and interior designed in some sort of royal style, a variety of services like the Roman SPA, the restaurant offering delicious food with a wide range of dishes to suit all tastes, good price-quality ratio. I enjoyed my stay in this place and recommend it as a once in a lifetime opportunity to visit.
Hotel Villa La Palagina
Really enjoyed my stay here: great views, amazing interiors. Take into account that the meal is expensive but it is worth it. Dinner in the restaurant turned out to be the best dinner concerning both the dishes and the exceptional service.
Park Hotel Marinetta
The hotel is located in a picturesque place, just in the middle of the National park. There's direct access to the sea from the hotel across the beautiful and nice-smelling pine forest. Free deck chairs and umbrellas are available on the beach. It was late July and the whole place was full of greenery and flowers. We booked a standard room with its own patio and after just a one-night stay we didn't feel like leaving. The English speaking reception staff is friendly and welcoming.
Villaggio Il Gabbiano
I really enjoyed my stay at the hotel. Both service and location are great. If you love peace and quiet, sand beaches and crystal clear blue turquoise water it will probably suit you well. Diving and biking will be the highlights of your vacation. Tip: The place is too remote with no shops within walking distance so you will need to rent a car.
Breakfast at the hotel
Visit Duomo di Milano
Visit Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II
Visit Pinacoteca di Brera
Visit Museo Nazionale della Scienza e della Tecnologia Leonardo da Vinci
Walk around the city
Breakfast in the hotel
Drive to Sirmione
Visit Scaliger Castle
Visit Archaeological site of Grotte di Catullo
Ferry ride to Riva del Garda
Check-in at the hotel
SPA at the hotel
Dinner at the restaurant
Visit Varone Waterfall
Visit lago di Tenno
Walking around the city, acquaintance with the main sights of the city
Walking by ferry to the town Malcesine
Climbing the mountain Monte Baldo with a cable car
Picnic on the top of mountain
Descent from the mountain
Visit Castle of Scaligers
Walking throw the embankment and old streets of town Malcesine
Return to hotel by ferry
Check-out from the hotel, drive to Bolzano
Check-in in hotel in Bolzano
Visit Castel Roncolo
Climb to Soprabolzano by cable car Funivia San Genesio
Walk on the old tram to the Pyramids of the Earth
Visit Piramidi di terra Soprabolzano
Walk along the Soprabolzano
Return to Bolzano, walk around the city
Picnic and walk in Sciliar Rosengarten Nature Park
Return to Bolzano
Walk in the evening city
Check-out from the hotel, drive to Peschiera del Garda
Arriving to Peschiera del Garda
Walking around city
Drive to airport
Flight to New York
Village of Pitigliano
It’s an ancient place carved of tuff stone. From a few panoramic viewpoints you can admire the most breathtaking views of the area.
An incredibly beautiful mountain lake is located above an altitude of 900 m surrounded by mountains of the Dolomites.
Grottoes of Neptune
The most charming stalactite caves in Sardinia.
The grotto is accessible either by boat or via a 654-step staircase. But the most delightful views of the place make it all worth it.
Thermal parks of the island of Ischia
What makes the place unique is access to the sea. You can combine relaxing time in thermal SPAs and swimming in sky-blue waters of the Mediterranean Sea.
Furore is peculiar for its natural beauty. A spectacular fjord with turquoise water and golden beach is surrounded by the coast's steep cliffs and old fishermen houses.
«Solo Per Due»
The smallest restaurant in the world, «Solo Per Due» translated “just for two”, is located about 70 km north of Rome. Only one table and two chairs for two guests are available there. It’s the most romantic and lovely place for lovers and married couples to spend a delightful evening in.
The restaurant with 3 Michelin stars is located on the shores of the Adriatic Sea in Italy, in the Marche region, in the province of Ancona.
The recipes are creative and beyond description: don't make a choice, trust the chef.
The quality and creativity of the dishes deserve all possible stars.
Osteria Francescana with 3 Michelin stars is an excuse to travel to Modena and Italy.
Everything here is brilliant: from the interior and dishes, ending with the perfect service.
Each dish is presented as a journey into the mind and vision of the chef.
Daní Maison Restaurant
In Ischia, on the hill of Montetinhuso, in what was the home of his grandparents, Nino Di Costanzo opened his restaurant in 2016, which, in addition to already boasting two prestigious Michelin stars, was even included in 2021 by Forbes magazine in the top ten coolest restaurants in the world, the only one in Italy.
How to avoid getting traffic fines while driving in Italy?
Here are the most common reasons to get a traffic fine: – Entering a ZTL zone. Generally the ZTL zones are found in historic city centers and they are marked with special ZTL signs. The following website shows all the ZTL zones: site link – Parking where prohibited. Parking is free only in white lines. Parking in blue lines is paid. Yellow lines are only for special vehicles. – Exceeding speed limits on highways. The current speed limits are: 130 km/h on highways, 110 km/h on main roads, 5 km/h tolerance on speed limits is allowed.
Things to know before renting a car in Italy during winter. How to avoid troubles?
Your Italy winter tour experience might be as unforgettable and exciting as in summer time. However you should take into account some facts that are peculiar for winter months. In winter renting a car is cheaper than in summer with the exception of Christmas holidays. The process for renting a car is standard, however certain cold weather vehicle operations should be taken into account. When traveling to the north of the country, make sure if there are snow tires on the car since the roads are often icy. Bear in mind that some car rental companies provide free snow chains. In some regions like Valle d’Aosta and Bolzano it is compulsory to use snow chains from October 15 till April 15. Following traffic rules, especially those concerning speed limits will allow you to make your trip smooth and enjoyable.
Getting Around Italy: A Combination of Car Rentals and Public Transport. Is it the best way to save money?
If you are planning a multi-destination Italy trip you should decide how many days you will need a rental car for. Daily car rental prices are high, therefore returning the car is the best solution if you are going to stay in a big city for two or three days. In cases when you travel between big cities using trains or even planes is the best option. Sometimes planes offer more affordable prices than trains. But renting a car is the only way to travel in the countryside or between places located close to each other.
Is renting a car in Italy worth it? Pros and Cons of renting a car
Among the pros of renting a car in Italy are: ultimate freedom and flexibility in reaching remote tourist destinations and exploring all corners of the country. Besides, it allows you to create your own travel itinerary and pull off the motorway any time and at any point. Car rental costs depend on the season. Summer is considered to be the peak season, especially July-August, sales periods and also Christmas holidays. In the off-peak season the cost of a compact class car is 20-25 € per day. A diesel car is 0,2-0,3 €/ltr cheaper. We recommend buying fuel away from major roads in order to save money.
What is about roaming vs local SIM card in the context of convenience and economy?
Nowadays, three most popular mobile operators are available in Italy: Wind, Vodafone, Three and TIM. SIM cards cost 20-30 €, activation is up to 10 € and personal information is required for purchase and activation. Sim cards are available in airports, railway stations and bus terminals. Constant mobile connection, Internet access, free roaming to calls and SMS in another EU country due to the EU Roaming regulation since 2017 are among benefits.
How many days in Italy is enough? And why?
Length of the trip completely depends on the amount of attractions you are planning to visit. Often the destinations are located far from the major highways.7-10 days seem to be enough to explore e.g. Lombardy and Piedmont, or Lake Garda, Como and San Pellegrino Terme. Actually, 14-20 days is the perfect amount of time if you are not a beginner traveler and long distance trips are not a problem for you. Choosing the itinerary like Calabria – Basilicata – Campania – Lazio – Tuscany you will definitely manage to cover four or five tourist destinations. Anyway, just to be on the safe side, give yourself one or two extra days.
What are the Best Places to Have Fun And Relax with children?
Visiting Lake Garda will be a great adventure for your kids. It’s a perfect place for them to enjoy the beauty of Italian nature and have fun in Gardaland Amusement Theme Park which offers plenty of activities like various attractions for kids of all ages, child-friendly cafes and shops. Entry tickets: 35-40 € for 1 adult, free for children under 1 m height, 35-40 € for children over 10 years. Opening times: seasonal opening from April 2 to November 1, during some holidays and special events. Another exciting place is “Italia in Miniatura” – a fun theme park located in the town of Rimini. Entry tickets: 23 € for 1 adult, 17 € for children from 1 m to 1.40 m height, free for children under 1 m height. If you are an eco-tourism lover, take your kids to one of the numerous independent farms called «Agriturismo». Here they can savor exciting experiences of Italian rural life and touch an authentic culture. As a rule such farmhouses offer reasonably priced accommodation: 40-70 € / per night for 2-3 adults. If you book a room for 7-10 nights or more the owner will be pleased to offer you a discount. When planning your budget take into account that dinner is not included. You can book the accommodation on a popular website https://www.booking.com/. Add “Farmhouses” as a property category when booking.
Italy traveling with teenagers. What can they do for fun? How to keep them entertained in Italy?
Traveling with teens always seems to be a challenge for parents. You should manage to plan your family trip in a way to make it an exciting and memorable experience for your teens. We are pleased to offer you a wide choice of outdoor activities like rafting, via ferrata (a protected climbing route) or kitesurfing. Mountain biking is another kind of incredible activity for teens (bike rental – 20 € per day, electric bike tour – 40 €). For a more thrilling adventure paragliding in the Dolomites is available, with the location in the Dolomite Alps (from 200 € price per person for 15-20 minutes flight).
When and where are the best seasonal sales in Italy?
Italy is considered to be the center of fashion and style. Sales are extremely popular here and every year lots of tourists from every corner of the world come to Italy attracted by popular sales held not only in Milan, but in Venice, Rome, Bologna, Florence, Turin, Naples, Bari and Rimini as well. The most popular sales take place twice a year, in winter and in summer. The winter sales start right after Christmas and lasts till the end of February. The summer sales usually start at the end of July and may last till October. Inquire about the exact dates beforehand as they often differ by region. Sales period generally lasts for 60 days. Sales or «Sconti» is your chance to find haute couture items at affordable prices. On the first days of the sales you are likely to buy the best deals up to 10-20% off. The percent off will increase as the sales frenzy winds down and the majority of popular items and sizes become unavailable. Thus, on the last days of the sales you are likely to grab the desired items up to 50%. Here are a few most popular outlets: Castel Romano Designer Outlet located in Via del Ponte di Piscina Cupa, 64, near Rome. Regular opening hours: 10:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m. Fidenza Village Outlet located in Via S. Michele Campagna, 43036 Chiusa Ferranda, Fidenza PR, Milano. Regular opening hours: 10:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. Prada & Miu Miu Outlet (Space) located in Via Levanella Becorpi, Località Levanella, S.S. 69 – 52025 Montevarchi (AR), Florence. The outlet offers goods only from Prada and Miu Miu brands.
Languages spoken in Italy. How widely spoken is English in Italy?
The official language of the country is Italian. No doubt plenty of people speak English, especially most staff in the tourist destinations. Their level of English is high enough to give you all necessary information. Therefore you have good chances to come across English-speaking people. But don’t expect them to have some deep conversations with you. Actually, knowing the English language seems to be quite useful as all travel guides are available in English. If you are planning a trip to Italy, learn a few most commonly spoken Italian words and phrases. That will definitely help you feel a bit more comfortable while communicating with the locals and they will deal with you in a more friendly way.
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Crystalina provided exceptional service during our week-long trip with a group of 5 friends to northern Italy, including Garda and the Dolomites. She was responsive and accommodating, making changes to our itinerary as needed. Crystalina provided an organized and detailed itinerary complete with links to Google Maps/Waze for each location, making navigation a breeze. I highly recommend her services to anyone planning a trip to Italy.
I must add that after last year's successful trip, we returned to the same area in Italy (Dolomites) this year and once again sought Crystalina's expertise to build our itinerary. She did not disappoint! The itinerary was customized to our preferences and included points of interest and food recommendations that made our trip even more exciting. We were thrilled with the experience!
Crystalina, planned a great itinerary for us according to our tastes in Italy. The itinerary was detailed down to the smallest detail. From now on, we won't travel without professional travel planning. He saved us many hours of planning. When we travel to Southern Italy next time, we will definitely seek Crystalina help again.
Planning our trip was a challenge as we had limited time, but Crystalina created the perfect itinerary for us based on our requests. Her professionalism and attention to detail were evident in every aspect of the trip. She was always available to answer any questions or address any concerns, both during the planning phase and while we were traveling. With her help, we were able to visit some amazing and off-the-beaten-path destinations. The provided links were extremely helpful and made navigating our trip a breeze. I highly recommend Crystalina for anyone looking to have a stress-free and well-planned trip to Italy.
Crystalina provided excellent advice and accurate planning for a trip to Umbria and Rome. His recommendations were all excellent without exception, and he was available for questions
and provided important information. Great service at a good price that saved us time and upgraded the trip.
I came across Crystalina's services by chance and with very little time before my flight. Despite the short notice, she was willing to help me build an itinerary for my trip. I was traveling with another family and we had small children with us.
Crystalina provided us with a detailed itinerary, complete with pictures, descriptions, and links. We were able to follow it almost entirely and had a wonderful time. She was also available to answer any questions we had, even those not directly related to the itinerary.
Overall, we had a great experience with Crystalina's services and highly recommend her to others looking for help with their travel plans.
Crystalina built a detailed and precise ten-day itinerary for us to the Dolomites. We requested trails in nature suitable for those who are comfortable with walking. The itinerary included everything we could want, such as links to parking points, maps, itinerary descriptions, and photos. The time planning was excellent, with a full schedule that wasn't too busy. Overall, we were very satisfied with Crystalina's planning and highly recommend their services.
Crystalina saved us the headache and time of proper planning for such a trip. In Crystalina's program we got to taste northern Italy in a variety of flavors, mountains, towns, attractions and nature. Crystalina's answers to the little details are efficient and quick. Worth every penny - saves a lot of potential frustration and disappointment. Thanks Crystalina.
Crystalina built us an amazing plan according to our needs in less than a day. Everything was accurate and very simple. The document we received accompanied us the entire trip and included itinerary on maps at the click of a button, restaurant recommendations, stories, and recommended places to stay. My wife and I spontaneously found free time to fly to Italy, but due to too much spontaneity, we didn't have time to plan. Thanks to Crystalina, we had a great trip without any stress. It was a great value for a very cheap price!
Our trip to the Dolomites was an absolute success thanks to Crystalina's expert planning. We were taken to the most stunning places with precise navigation and a seamless itinerary. Crystalina even went above and beyond to help us when we encountered an urgent issue with a COVID test during our travels. Their quick assistance was truly a lifesaver. I highly recommend Crystalina's services to anyone planning a trip to Northern Italy. We look forward to working with them again on our next visit to the region.
The smartest thing I did on our family trip was to choose Crystalina to plan our itinerary. We traveled as a large family of 8 people with children of different ages and interests, and the itinerary she planned was great. Crystalina provided us with recommendations for a house rental that was suitable in size and quality, and was always available to answer any questions before and during our trip.
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