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Italian Cities

Nowhere in the world offers such an overwhelming choice of cities worth exploring as Italy. Spend a weekend investigating just one or make a multi-stop journey through the country’s many metropolitan highlights.

  • Bologna
    Bologna Crammed with palaces and striking architecture, Bologna is richly cultural city. Pay a visit to the famed museums, galleries and one of the oldest universities in the world.
  • Florence
    Florence Florence’s wealth of artworks by icons such as Michelangelo and Da Vinci only scratch the surface of this magical city. Lose yourself in this exquisite destination of indescribable character.
  • Milan
    Milan Milan’s reputation as both fashion capital of the world and leading football club creates an unbeatable destination for a couple’s break. Fall in love with the second largest city in Italy.
  • Naples
    Naples Naples is a pulsating city of Italian culture. Explore the locality and take advantage of its proximity to the Amalfi Coast, Ischia & Capri and attractions such as Pompeii and Mount Vesuvius.
  • Pisa
    Pisa Famous for the iconic “Leaning Tower of Pisa”and the Piazza del Duomo, this beautiful city is steeped in history.
  • Rome
    Rome Italy’s intoxicating capital, Rome combines world-famous historical sites with cosmopolitan culture, dining and nightlife. Sight-see by day and indulge in the city's festivities by night.
  • Venice
    Venice The famous sinking city specialises in all manner of romantic pursuits. Cosy up on a gondola ride, get lost in the maze of side streets and savour the local delicacies over a candlelit dinner.
  • Verona
    Verona Verona is best known for its operatic accomplishments, but is also home to sights such as Juliet’s Shakespearean balcony. Despite its many tourist attractions, it remains authentically Italian.

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