Exquisite style and panache comes naturally to Italy, which has long been an innovator in the world of fashion and celebrated globally for its wine and…
Exquisite style and panache comes naturally to Italy, which has long been an innovator in the world of fashion and celebrated globally for its wine and cuisine. It’s also blessed with a captivating history, amazing artistic treasures, vast cultural heritage and blissfully romantic cities, as well as luxury ski resorts in the scenic Alps and Dolomites, plus dramatic coastlines and shimmering lakes.
Just some of the highlights include the spectacular coastal resorts of the Amalfi region, famous for its mesmerising mountain views; the beautiful rolling countryside, rustic villages and medieval hilltop towns of Tuscany; Sardinia’s unspoilt golden beach resorts that are playgrounds for the jet set, plus the floating metropolis of Venice that is surely one of the most beautiful cities in the world.
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The UNESCO-listed Amalfi Coast is home to some of Italy's finest hotels and restaurants, and includes the chocolate box hilltop towns of Positano and Ravello – all appearing to be precariously perched along a jagged coast of rugged cliffs and sandy coves. Brave the narrow, winding coastal road to discover white-washed villages and traditional fishing hamlets, or explore by boat if vertigo strikes.
Tuscany’s fabled rolling landscape, along with aromatic vineyards, crimson poppy fields and bountiful olive groves, has long been considered the embodiment of rural chic. Plus, it also boasts art and architecture off the scale in historical gems like Florence, Pisa, Sienna and Lucca, while the idyllic Tuscan Riviera is dotted with colourful fishing village, shuttered houses and grand hotels.
Sardinia is best known for luxury holidays along its Emerald Coast and the marina and yacht club of Porto Cervo, coupled with designer boutiques and chic restaurants make it a favourite…
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