With its diversity of landscapes and cultures, northern Italy has long been a favorite destination for the adventurous traveler. Within only a few days time, you can ski towering alpine peaks of Cortina d'Ampezzo, navigate the labyrinthine canals of Venice, scout the chic boutiques of Milan, and lounge in luxury at exclusive resorts along the Ligurian Coast like Cinque Terre or The Lake Regions of Como, Maggiore and Garda.
Central Italy is the country’s geographic and cultural heart, embodying all the qualities we would consider quintessentially Italian. From Tuscany’s sundrenched vineyards, olive groves, and charming villages, to Marche’s lively coastal towns, Umbria’s historic Etruscan sites,or the magnificent art cities of Florence, Rome, Pisa, and Siena, central Italy is a discerning traveler's paradise.
A land whose beauty encompasses everything from rugged mountains and craggy coastlines to white-sand beaches and stunning turquoise seas, Southern Italy attracts visitors who seek not only a luxury travel experience, but one that affords privacy as well. You can happily wander through dozens of historic towns and charming villages devoid of the usual throngs of tourists, or tuck yourself away in a chic Sardinian island resort.