Venice isn't just romantic. It isn't just filled with art treasures. It doesn't merely host an array of the finest architecture, villas and palaces. It is all this and more. Much, much more.
Often consider “Rome Light”, Florence is the city of the Medici and art galore. Despite this, there is an odd modern influence in this hallowed city. Florence Italy is in the Tuscany region about midway between Milan to the north and Rome to the South. During the Renaissance, Florence was the center of art, politics and intellectual thought. The city is the biggest tourist attraction in the region with plenty to see and do. The city is small enough to walk to most places, but offers many attractions to keep you interested for weeks.
Like many metropoli, Rome is a glorious combination of ancient monuments and modern, bustling life. Visitors will find far too much to do, no matter what their tastes
Siena is certainly less famous than its nearby cousins, Pisa and Florence. While not the equal of the latter magnificent city, it nevertheless holds sights that will delight any visitor to Tuscany. Not least of them are the Museo Civic, the famed Il Palio horse races and the deservedly highly praised Duomo or cathedral.
Vatican Museums in Rome
Growing from humble beginnings with Pope Julius II's 1506 acquisition of the sculpture of Laocoön and his sons in the grips of a sea serpent, it now numbers dozens of individual galleries and thousands of works of art.
When you are making plans for your next family holiday, you may want to consider the island of Sardinia, the second largest in the Mediterranean. In addition to finding some of the most exciting tourist attractions, in Sardinia you will also get to enjoy some of the best hospitality, accommodations and cuisine you can find while you are on holiday. There is certainly no dearth of tourist attractions in Sardinia. From ancient archaeological ruins to modern exciting sporting events and fabulous festivals, there is something for everyone here.
Venice isn’t just romantic. It isn’t just filled with art treasures. It doesn’t merely host an array of the finest architecture, villas and palaces. It is all this and more. Much, much more. Read more
Grand former 19th century mansion located in the historical city centre, 500 metres from the San Lorenzo Cathedral. Elegant guestrooms feature antique furnishings; all are air-conditioned and include wireless Internet and minibars. Guests can dine on Italian specialities such as Ligurian-Style Swordfish in the restaurant with its original lighting.
Modern marine hotel set in a former sailor house on Genoa Harbour, enabling easy ferry access to Sicily, Sardinia and Corsica. Views from guestrooms vary from the Mediterranean Sea to the old town centre; satellite television and minibars feature. A range of meeting rooms serve the needs of business guests; those wishing to sightsee can book tickets through the concierge.
Renovated traditional hotel in a 16th Century building, sited within 150 metres of the Palazzo Ducale and the Carlo Felice Opera House. Guestrooms are decorated in warm earth tones with wooden floors and walnut furnishings; all include multi-channel TV and coffee/tea makers. Guests can relax with a drink and a complimentary newspaper in the bar, and stay connected with wireless Internet access.
Situated just three kilometers from both the airport and the city center, this modern and functional hotel has 92 guestrooms. The simple, air conditioned guestrooms are decorated with dark wood furniture: all have cable television. Guests can enjoy a wide range of drinks at the lobby bar before dining in the air conditioned, informal restaurant.