Madonn', the whole darn country's a mindblowing museum, foodie paradise, and more. Rome, Venice, Florence, Sicily, Pisa, Naples -- so many of the most iconic destinations in travel. If you haven't been here, you must remedy that immediately.
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  • Peter is one of the nominees from our Best Italian Summer Read Awards and we are absolutely delighted that he took the time and talked to us about his book "Vroom with a View". His book talks about his journey around Italy's countryside on his Vespa "Sophia" and is the perfect summer read on one of our painting holidays or Pilates retreats. To find more about Peter, Italy and his fantastic book, read our interview here: 

     Peter Moore Author Italy Vespa

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    We love Italy - and if you love Italy, too, today might be a great day! Our 12 Days of Christmas Give-Away has now begun with great prizes, inspiring Italian recipes, vouchers, CDs and much more - to check what it's all about go to our Facebook or Twitter page.

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    Take a look and see what we want to thank Italy for on today’s Thanksgiving!

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    To try our Italian New Years menu in an authentic environment, join us in TuscanyVenice or Sicily to welcome in the New Year.  We are here to make your celebrations an unforgettable memory. That’s why our experienced team will take care of everything for you. That way you can enjoy every second of your holiday – no stress, no hassle. If you do have any questions – simply contact us. We are more than happy to help you and provide you with all the information you need.


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    The Unexpected Colors of Assisi in the Rain...Sometimes waiting for the sun to come out doesn't provide the best travel experience and Assisi is a good example of a destination that stays beautiful when the weather goes bad.

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