Experience ‘La Dolce Vita’ in Italy!

With summer in full swing here in the UK, now is the perfect time to escape and enjoy some Italian hospitality and la dolce vita!

Coach holidays to Italy provide a great way to see this wonderful country with many tours and trips taking in some of the best destinations on offer including the wonderful ‘Seven Cities of Italy’ tour which takes in ‘fair Verona’, Venice, Florence, Siena, Rome and Assisi.

Here are some top picks of places to visit on holidays to Italy:
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Holidays to Venice are a fantastic way to explore traditional Italy, wander the winding streets of this fabulous floating city or cruise along in a Gondola. There is so much to see, do and explore. City breaks to Venice are perfect for those looking for a little romance and a quick getaway with a short flight time from the UK.  Breaks to Venice allow visitors to explore the historical and cultural sights including the Grand Canal, Doge’s Palace and St Mark’s Square and Basilica. Discover more about short breaks to Venice


City breaks to Rome promise to be crammed full to bursting with culture and history, from the sights of the Forum, to the Colosseum and the famous Trevi Fountain. On a holiday in Rome there is plenty to do from exploring the wonderful Pantheon. When heading for a short break to Rome be sure to visit the Vatican City, but beware of the enormous queues which form daily.  To find some great Rome holiday deals check our website


Another fabulous destination to consider when travelling on an Italy tour holiday is Florence. Its beauty is said to sneak up on you, according to TripAdvisor the top place to visit is the Piazzale Michelangelo which offers stunning views over the city.


Fashion capital of Italy, Milan boasts plenty to see and do when visiting Italy by coach. The Duomo, constructed from pink marble and has an amazing 135 spires and 3200 statues. With strong roots to Leonardo De Vinci, the city offers sightseeing tours based around his famous work ‘The Last Supper’. Lake ComoThere is also plenty of great places to dine and enjoy traditional Italian cuisine and sample some wonderful wines.


Not so much a city, but a mecca for all tourists enjoying Italy tour holidays, the Italian lakes offer plenty for visitors year round. The big three lakes consist of Lake Como, the third largest lake in Italy. Lake Maggiore, the largest lake south of the Alps, popular with visitors it boasts a mild climate all year round making it perfect for visitors and Lake Garda with is the largest lake in Italy located between Brescia and Venice.

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