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Italy tours are a food lover’s dream - prepare yourself for some of the best cuisine you’ve ever tried in authentic Italian restaurants, washed down with a delicious glass of wine. Art enthusiasts will find it hard to return home from their tour as they stroll past exquisitely designed baroque era Italian architecture, then into one of the many grand renaissance art galleries, before finally heading onto a night of Italian opera in one of Italy's opulent opera houses.

 

Italy is one of the most popular tourist destinations on the planet, and on a tour to this remarkable country you’ll soon discover all the reasons why.

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From visiting the Colosseum in Rome to an enchanting gondola ride in Venice, Italy tours offer a diverse selection of traveling highlights.

When you travel Italy you will feel the warmth of the people, and taste the divine Italian food they're so famous for. The art enthusiasts will find it hard to return home as they stroll past exquisitely designed, baroque era Italian architecture, then into one of the many grand renaissance art galleries, before finally heading onto a night of Italian opera in one of Italy's opulent opera houses.

 

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Italy tours

The best Italy tours comprise an in-depth journey through the history of this culturally rich country. So, indulge in some fine prosecco, unrivaled art and the picturesque ruins of ancient Italy and be sure to have the trip of a lifetime. Only the history of nearby Greece and the turquoise oceans of neighboring Croatia can compete with dazzling Italy.

Like much of Italy, a wander through the streets of Florence will provide you with a pleasant surprise around every corner. To get lost in Florence would be like getting lost in architectural heaven, a maze of renaissance buildings and art galleries, baroque churches, relaxing piazzas and dominating cathedrals fill this Italian town.

From cultural Florence (which also contains a thriving nightlife), head northeast to Bologna and be welcomed by the 40km of portico arches that link the town to the Sanctuary of the Madonna di San Luca, making this unique beauty a UNESCO world heritage site.

Along with everything that Italy is famous for, it also played a prominent role in the rise of the film industry. An outing to Turin's Museo Nazionale del Cinema (national cinema museum) offers unique insight and a comprehensive display of Italy's film history. A true gem, the cinema is situated in another of Turin's iconic locations, the Mole Antonelliana, a fascinating building that has become a symbol of the city.

Travel east from Turin to one of Italy's northern lakes in the Lombardy region (Italy's richest) , and hang with the stars by the tranquil lake Garda or Como, popular family holiday destinations.

Italy's capital, Rome, attracts millions of visitors per year, all in search of the rich melting pot of culture that Rome beholds. Irrespective of the open-air museum that it is, a holiday to Rome will let you experience fine people, fine culture and fine cuisine. This ancient and vibrant capital is arguably the most invigorating throughout the world.

Now head to the two 'V's' in Eastern Italy. Firstly, visit Juliet's balcony and reenact one of the most famous scenes in the world in the romantic town of Verona, before heading to the quintessential and magical water-world of Venice. If you travel to Venice you will inevitably be lost within at least 20 minutes of arriving which, coincidentally, is the exact thing you want to be doing in this inconceivable city. Explore the hidden canal streets and stumble upon small, romantic restaurants, atmospheric cafes, ancient churches, the labyrinthine Ghetto quarter or any other majestic gem that is stored popular tourist destination.

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Food and Culture of Italy

Containing arguably the richest culture and the most memorable food, it is easy to express the overwhelming beauty of Italy and the Italian people. Italy tours will inevitably make you adopt a whole new lifestyle, first of all stealing every recipe you come across and second of all, the amount you eat. Italians are well known for taking their time over a meal, happily indulging in fine local flavors, including lots of drinking.

Taking claim to three of the worlds most famous foods, pizza, pasta and ice cream, Italy doesn't stop there. Suppli rice balls are just one authentic reason to reach out further into exploring more of the culinary expertise on offer in Italy. Furthermore, Italian food often comes with olive oil drizzled bread, like the famous bruschetta starter for example, or it may just be used to soak up the sumptuous juices left over by the perfect lasagna dish.

Follow up on these irresistible flavors with a grappa desert or just drink the much-loved spritz with your friends and family and let your food go down. Be sure to leave room for a tiramisu dessert, however, before finally topping off your meal with an espresso.

The true distinctive feature in Italian food is a large amount of variation on offer. With over 600 types of different pasta and an inestimable amount of Pizza toppings, Italy introduces you into a world of decisions and recipes.

 

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What time of the year is it best to visit Italy?

The summer months of July and August attract many, many travelers and the temperatures are soaring hot between these months.

For fewer tourists and milder weather, the best times to embark on Italy tours are during April, May, and June, along with September-October also being nice times to visit.

Transitional months of March and November can be great for catching spells of nice weather and for cultural pursuits.

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Italy Reviews

Annabel Cooper, June 2016

Piera did a wonderful job. She was really helpful and arranged everything well. The only things that caused us a problem was when she had someone book a Montarossa without a view.

Felice Harrison, June 2016

The success of this trip was all due to Piera. From the inception of my contact with Trip.Me at which time Piera was selected to be my designated coordinator to the end of my trip, Piera was attuned to my requests and desires and did a superb job with all the bookings. Since the trip originally involved 4 women which was later reduced to 3, she never lost patience with my numerous questions and changes. I had been working with Piera for over a year before we ultimately booked and she was always available for my questions and responded to each and every one quickly and with great thought. The itinerary was perfect, the guides and drivers were friendly and knowledgeable and the means of transportation and accommodations couldn't be better. All in all, Piera's services resulted in a seamless and fantastic trip. Additionally, my friends and I were fortunate enough to have Piera as our guide in Rome, which was the "piece de resistance."

I highly recommend Piera as a designation guide for anyone traveling to Italy as she was the one who was the most instrumental in our wonderful trip.

Ciao!!

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Sherry Foley, June 2016

Piera was sensational. Very knowledgeable and lovely to be around. Always had a smile and so helpful in referrals, restaurants, etc.

Sallie R, May 2016

We felt completely well taken care of. Piera was a good and conscientious planner who paid attention to detail. Her choices for our trip were excellent with regard to our itinerary, drivers, guides, and hotel choices.

Jackie Dellavedova, September 2015

Piera supported me in planning an amazing trip to Italy that was not just the typical tourist itinerary. Together, with Piera's knowledge and experience, we planned a well organised tour. The accommodation was beautiful and the drivers exceptional. It was reassuring to see the drivers' welcoming faces, always on time and ready for the trip ahead. Piera's organising ability provided a stress free holiday. The one day we had organised ourselves to visit a business associate's company, we arrived late at the Milan train station and did not have wifi , so was unable to contact the next accommodation, but I was able to text Piera (as she gave us her emergency mobile number) our predicament and our concerns about arriving late at night in a different place. Piera solved our problem and gave us confidence to catch the late train with the knowledge that someone would be there to collect us at 11pm at night. We really appreciated Piera's help, especially that night. We will definitely contact Piera if we visit Europe again.

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