Friuli Venezia Giulia overlooks the Adriatic Sea and is surrounded by high mountains, enclosing many different landscapes.
The mountain sceneries of the Eastern Dolomites are truly spectacular: the Carnia and the Julian Alps, in addition to the lakes, valleys and protected areas.
The great variety of landscapes matches the rich and variegated cultural heritage that was determined by a complex history and by the confluence of different civilizations in this territory. One of the most glimmering jewels of the region is the ancient town of Aquileia, one of the most important towns of the Roman Empire and declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
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Specialisti negli Itinerari per gruppi: i nostri tour sono pensati per essere completi, pieni di attrazioni e allo stesso tempo coinvolgenti. Negli Itinerari combinano: città, cultura, divertimento, relax e natura.
Strutture ricettive selezionate: il viaggio di gruppo comporta esigenze che conosciamo molto bene per questo motivo, selezioniamo solo strutture ricettive a misura "per gruppi", secondo vari parametri specifici come posizione, grandi ascensori, ristoranti interni o immediati, servizi Wi-Fi sia nelle aree comuni che nelle camere.
Assistenza: Nei nostri viaggi di gruppo avrete sempre il nostro tour leader e coordinatore al vostro fianco per aiutarvi al momento del bisogno; offriamo un servizio di assistenza dedicato e attivo 7 giorni su 7, H24/24.
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If you are planning a holiday in Veneto, deciding the must see places in Veneto is one of the first things to do! On this page you will find a list of the best places to visit in Veneto, selected thanks to our direct knowledge of the region.
- Garde Lake
Tuscany offers endless entertainment options, to meet all tastes and needs: it caters for those seeking a relaxing holiday, but also for those who want to enjoy a stay devoted to sports and outdoor activities, or those looking for food & wine tours.
What shouldn’t you miss when visiting Tuscany? For sure Florence, Siena, Pisa, San Gimignano, Val D'Orcia, Chianti, Maremma and Elba Island.
Trentino Alto Adige is situated in the very north of Italy bordering Austria and Switzerland, and is best known for the beauty of its peaks. This setting encloses an extraordinary variety of landscapes: magnificent snow-capped mountaintops, woods, wide valleys, streams, lakes, the enchanting play of light between the spires of the Dolomites, typical villages with soaring bell towers, and the myriad shades of unadulterated nature.
The snow-white scenery of the Dolomites is the ideal destination for those who love skiing, snowboarding, ice-skating, climbing, snowshoeing and trekking at all levels.
If you are looking for a tasteful journey, Umbria is a region of ancient culinary traditions which are often maintained, sometimes revisited: a combination of flavours, colours and smells to be discovered.
If you are a lover of nature and open spaces, Umbria is rich in parks and areas of natural interest, suitable for tours characterised by discovery and adventure: with centuries-old beech woods, deep caves, and mountains steeped in ancient legends.
The natural landscape of the high and steep peaks of the Gran Sasso, Laga Mountains, and Mount Majella slopes down to a wide range of hills, until it finally reaches the Adriatic coast.
The Adriatic coast is characterized by long and sandy beaches to the north and pebbly beaches to the south. Also, the small villages of the hinterland, as well as the monasteries and castles of the region, are very charming and part of many touristic routes in this the "greenest region" in Italy.
A land of sea, hills and endless plains, the Apulia region attracts visitors for its amazing coastline (more than 800 kilometers across Adriatic and Ionian Sea), but also for its art cities and picturesque historical villages, where old religious traditions still live untouched, its countryside masserie immersed in olive groves, and its plenty of farm products that tell of unique ancient flavors.
One does not stumble across this region accidentally but chooses to visit it in search of a new experience, plunging into places where silence, colors, scents and flavors remove the visitor from the frenzy and stress of modern life and offer unique sensations.
Matera's Paleolithic setlements, the "Sassi," are inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List, along with Matera's numerous rupestrian churches.
For those who prefer not to plunge into the depths of the sea, this splendid land offers countless small beaches for relaxing under the sun and swimming in the unpolluted sea water.
The warm climate, the beautiful colors of the sea, rocky coasts that alternate with sandy beaches, a nature that is wild and mysterious, the strong and genuine flavors of local food and the vestiges of its ancient origins make Calabria a unique place that vacationers can enjoy in both winter and summer.
Any wish can be fulfilled. Those who love nature, its scents and mysteries, can explore the Calabrian hinterland, discovering pure and unpolluted sceneries, where huge green belts alternate with blue lakes and waterfalls.
On the other hand, those who prefer basking in the warm rays of the sun and dive into a crystal-clear sea can choose from the many charming localities along the long Tyrrhenian and Ionian coasts.
This region is made even more charming by the flourishing Mediterranean vegetation that alternates with its small, charming towns that narrate the history and traditions of Campania and make any stay here unforgettable.
And how can we forget the natural endowments that dominate this region: Vesuvius, gloomy and mysterious, loved for its beauty and feared for its power. Then, Naples, famous around the world for the intensity and passion of its music, but not only, mingles high-brow culture with the popular, the sacred with the profane, and the joyful with the melancholic.
Visiting places like Paestum; Pompeii, Herculaneum, and Torre Annunziata; the Chartreuse of Padula; and the Royal Palace of Caserta will all take you back in time and far away from the quotidian!
Situated in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea, Sardinia is a mainly mountainous region, without high peaks, with a vast and charming, yet bittersweet, natural environment.
It is not easy to make a list of all the amazing beauties of Sardinia. Places like San Teodoro, Santa Teresa di Gallura, Poltu Quatu, and Baia Sardinia are only some of the charming locations that deserve a visit.
Emilia is the land of the castles and fortresses of the Duchy of Parma and Piacenza, of the PDO and PGI products known all over the world - Parmigiano Reggiano and Parma Ham above all.
The territory of Bologna and Modena is no different in terms of gastronomic specialties. Here are also the big car and motorcycle manufacturers - Ferrari, Lamborghini, Ducati, Maserati among others.
Romagna has always been synonymous with sea and fun, from the beaches of Ferrara to the southern end of the Rimini coast.
To plunge into history the perfect destination in Lazio is first of all Rome, with a history covering 28 centuries, one-of-a-kind treasures and views and a charm impossible to resist, Rome is a constant surprise, a key stage of every Italian “Grand tour”.
Moreover, all over the region there are important archaeological sites and places of cultural interest such as: Ostia Antica, Pontine Islands, Roman Castles, Civita di Bagnoregio and Tarquinia.
Aosta Valley is the smallest region in Italy; in its northwest, it is located between France and Switzerland. At its core are its majestic peaks (the region is, after all, mostly mountainous). Here we can find the highest peaks in the Alps: Cervino, Monte Rosa, Gran Paradiso and the king of them all, Mont Blanc, which at 15,781 feet is the highest mountain in Europe, the roof of the old Continent. Those who are not familiar with mountaineering can use the comfortable, yet thrilling, cable car; catch it just a few miles from Courmayeur, one of the most important ski resorts in the world.
Historically, the Aosta Valley has been viewed as land of contact and conjuncture between Italy and France; such is also reflected in its official bilingualism and its special status as autonomous region.
The Liguria region is a destination recommended both for those who like relaxation and for dynamic people: with its jagged land, its hills, peaks and cliff-hanging villages, is the ideal spot for hiking or bicycling, diving or paragliding, as well as visiting villages rich in history.
Where to stop during your itinerary through the region? First of all in Cinque Terre, Genoa, Portofino, Golfo dei Poeti and Sanremo.
Don't forget to taste one of its most famous specialties: pesto.
Within its large territory the landscape comes in infinite variations: the Lombardy region ranges from the Alps to the countryside, from art cities to small hamlets rich in history, in what is Italy’s big lake district (there are more than fifteen lakes).
Where to start exploring Lombardy? For sure from Milan, Bergamo, Mantova, Sirmione, Lago di Como and Valtellina.
This region’s great past can be seen in its art cities, its enchanting piazzas-cum-living rooms where the people meet to discuss the issues of the day, its medieval towns where time seems to stand still, and in its highways and elegant buildings.
The Marche region are a unique region especially with regards to nature: cliffs and caves that overlook unforgettable beaches, hills that are steeped in history, and rich traditions and cultures, all set against a backdrop of mountains.
olise is situated in south-central Italy and lies between the Apennine ridge and the Adriatic Sea. Nature, history, art, age-old traditions and good food are the treasures of this still largely-undiscovered region. Visiting Molise, you get that Eureka feeling of discovery, starting with its mainly mountainous and hilly layout, scored by the characteristic tratturi, the historic trails of seasonal migration of people and livestock that join the pastures of Abruzzo to those of Apulia.
The coast boasts sandy beaches surrounded by Mediterranean vegetation, as year after year. Discover the thousand years of history behind this region and its culture by visiting its archaeological sites, abbeys, small towns and countless castles.
The first stop in exploration of this region should be Turin, with its Egyptian Museum, one of the largest in the world.
Other unmissable destinations are: the intriguing Medieval castles - like the imposing fortress at Ivrea, and nature. True to the meaning of its name (foot of the mountain), Piedmont is a land of mountains. It is surrounded on three sides by the Alps, with the highest peaks and largest glaciers in Italy. Lake Maggiore is the most sought-after tourist resort, including Stresa and the Borromean Islands, charming as they are with their ancient villas surrounded by beautiful lawns and gardens.
From the sea to the mountains and countryside, from the volcanos to the fishing villages, there are really many reasons why to visit Sicily. As Frederick II, King of Sicily, once said: “I don't envy God's paradise, because I'm well satisfied to live in Sicily”.
In Sicily, you can devote yourself to a plenty of activities: spending time by the seaside or hiking on the mountains, taking part in traditional folklore events or enjoying daring sports. There are many entertainment opportunities anywhere in the region all year long.