Alba, a small town in the northwestern region of Piemonte, is known as Italy’s white truffle capital. Every year at this time it hosts the famous International Alba White Truffle Fair which attracts around 100,000 visitors from all over the world who come to buy, sell and smell the tasty tuber. The season starts in October and celebrations […]
Grand Hotel Royal – Sorrento, Italy, member of Alberghi Storici d’Italia (Historic Hotels of Italy), is a classy and stylish five-star estate in the heart of Sorrento, perched over the sea in a privileged location overlooking the Gulf of Naples and the Mount Vesuvius, surrounded by a large park boasting exotic plants, amazing camellias, orange and lemon trees. […]
Set in the shadow of the snow-covered Rhaetian Alps and hemmed in on both sides by steep wooded hills, Lake Como is the most spectacular of the region’s three major lakes.Lake Como has been attracting aristocrats, artists, and other well-heeled visitors from across Europe for centuries. These days, the area retains its sense of glamour and is […]
Originally built as a 16th-century Jesuit monastery, Grand Hotel Cocumella – Sorrento, Italy sits right on the cliff edge surrounded by wonderfully manicured gardens full of flowers and overlooking the Bay of Naples and Mount Vesuvius. This hotel is an island of peace and beauty in the heart of the Sorrento Peninsula; the garden is the jewel’s crown, with its Mediterranean flora, […]
A heady mix of haunting ruins, antiquity and contemporary art and vibrant street life, Italy’s eternal city is one of the world’s most romantic and inspiring destinations.
Borgo Egnazia is a unique place in the world: a visionary interpretation of a typical village, surrounded by millennial olive groves in the beautiful landscape of Puglia in Southern Italy. A true masterpiece of architecture and design, where every detail has been meticulously crafted to ensure the highest standards of luxury.
One of Milan’s historic hotels, Principe di Savoia first opened its doors in 1927 with an imposing neoclassical façade.
Today it’s an airy oasis amongst the urban landscape: the elegant interiors blend classic design with Art Deco features that evoke the hotel’s original character. Crystal chandeliers hang above inlaid wood furniture, with sumptuous silks, velvets and brocades embellishing the opulent interiors.
Italy has a way of capturing the heart of travelers unlike anywhere else on Earth. Perhaps it’s the landscapes, from the towering Alps and Dolomites to the glamor and grandeur of the Amalfi Coast. At least once in a lifetime you must visit Italy!
Italy is all beautiful and fascinating, but if you don’t have unlimited time to spend, you may want to consider putting some of the country’s very best on your must-visit list! Here is our ranking of the 5 cities to visit absolutely in Italy in 2020!