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!
Milan is elegance and sophistication, a fast-paced metropolis where money talks, creativity is a big business and looking good is an art form.
If you’re living in – or visiting – Milan, you should also know that just within one hour you’ll find peaceful blue lakes, rugged mountain ranges, medieval towns and UNESCO sites.
Here are 8 Top-Rated Day Trips from Milan:
Full of warmth, elegance and charm, Grand Hotel Fasano was one of the first hotels that flourished on the “Riviera” at the end of the 19th Century.
Creato per i soggiorni lussuosi dell'élite dei viaggiatori europei, oggi, arricchito di tutti i comfort moderni, è la meta di una clientela cosmopolita.
Set amid 200 olive trees, Villa Fontelunga‘s red-brick building delights against the blue sky as you enter the driveway. Located on the beautiful hilltop town of Cortona, the famed setting for the film “Under the Tuscan Sun”, the hotel offers spectacular views across the Val di Chiana in the heart of Tuscany.
The Tuscany Maremma is a wonderland for nature lovers, full of pristine landscapes with abundant local flora and fauna. Located between Porto Ercole and Porto Santo Stefano, just minutes away from the sea, Argentario Golf Resort & Spa lies in a protected Mediterranean oasis.
Rome…The Ancient City!! Rome is without doubt one the most beautiful cities in the world; every year millions of tourists come from around the world to admire the treasures and masterpieces of Roman art and architecture. Rome is an enchanting city where you’ll discover a romantic blend of culture and history spiced up with a vibrant street and nightlife.
Housed in a Belle Époque mansion from the early 20th century and facing the Borromean Islands, Villa & Palazzo Aminta exudes an air of timeless romance with breathtaking views of Lake Maggiore, often considered the most peaceful of northern Italy’s lakes.