Rome - The ‘Eternal City’, is much more than just a collection of famous building and priceless art. It is also a vibrant city of broad boulevards, spacious parks, elegant boutiques, entertainment and pavement cafes for coffee and watching the passing parade. This is La Dolce Vita - the sweet life.
Venice - The city of Venice is simply stunning and unique and is linked by a series of over 150 canals, 400 bridges and many ancient pavements. Discover the numerous famous attractions, the large number of art galleries and dine at the wide selection of excellent restaurants. Of course, who could think of Venice without picturing the well-known and much loved Italian gondolas. What could be more romantic than a night time, moonlit trip along a Venetian canal? The atmosphere and reflections are quite unforgettable.
Florence is the capital city of the Tuscany region and one of the country’s most important and historic cities. Full of beautiful, Renaissancestyle buildings, including breathtaking churches and grand palaces, Florence is steeped in culture and atmosphere, and has not changed greatly since the 16th century. The city lies amongst spreading olive groves and Italian vineyards, and continues to overwhelm tourists by its sheer beauty.