Pompeii is a ruined city near Naples in southern Italy. Pompeii was destroyed by a volcanic eruption from Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD.
The Amalfi Coast is located in southern Italy and stretches for about 30 miles. This coastline is known for its dramatic cliffs, picturesque villages, and crystal-clear waters.
Positano is a small town on the Amalfi Coast in southern Italy. The town is known for its steep cliffs, colorful houses, and clear blue waters.
Florence is the capital city of Italy's Tuscany region. It is home to many masterpieces of Renaissance art and architecture.
Popularly called the “floating city” or the “city of canals”, Venice is a unique city historically as well as architecturally.
Tivoli a city in Lazio, since the 19th century has been a favourite with poets, painters and rich aristocrats for its unparalleled scenic beauty.
Ostia Antica, ancient Rome’s seaport gives you a peak into the Roman lifestyle. Remains of the docks, warehouses, apartment flats, mansions, shopping arcades, and baths take you back 2000 years into the rich history of this port town.
Cinque Terre is a string of five charming little villages neatly tucked away in Northern Italy, a stunning coastal region often dubbed a traveller’s dream.
A city of museums and churches with a rich confluence of medieval art, Siena is an ideal holiday destination for wine lovers longing for a bit of old-world charm.
Perched atop the sapphire blue waters of Lake Albano, Castel Gandolfo is a quaint village that mushroomed around the Pope’s Summer Palace.