There’s no doubt that Florence is one of the most beautiful and romantic cities in the world. There are so many reasons to visit Florence,

…but one of the main motivations has always been its breathtaking painting, sculpture, and architecture, which makes it so enchanting and picturesque.

San Gimignano

One of the most beautiful and well-preserved medieval towns in the world, San Gimignano is a place you can hardly forget.

Also known as the Town of Fine Towers and located in the province of Siena in Tuscany is famous for its medieval architecture and, as is said by many visitors, its unforgettable skyline, which is created because of its hilltop setting and encircling walls.

Lake Garda

The largest lake in Italy has been drawing foreign visitors for centuries. The picturesque lakeside towns around Lake Garda has made it a famous holiday destination, inviting people from around the world to explore and admire the mountains…


Positano is best known for its colored houses, which create an incredible scenery.

Centrally located, has a beautiful sandy beach and vivid nightlife with nightlife with lots of glamorous seaside bars, restaurants, and clubs.


Every road in Puglia region leads to a seaside town. It’s the hottest place in Italy and Italians’ most favorite place to enjoy the sun and the white-sand  beaches.

What’s more to see? Amazing wooded hills, wildlife-rich lakes and myriad olive groves, as the region produces around 40 percent of Italy’s olive oil.


The island of Capri is one of the most picturesque and visited locations in Campania. The astonishing view over the deep blue Mediterranean and the breathtaking landscapes makes it the jewel of the Amalfi region’s islands.


The capital of Italy is a place nobody forgets.

A historically unique place, spread over 118 islands, separated by canals and connected by bridges makes Venice one of the world’s oldest tourist and cultural centers.

Cinque Terre

A trip to the Italian Riviera is something you definitely have to add in your bucket list. These five stunning fishing villages are surrounded by the coastline and built on the edge of the cliffs overlooking the sea.

The villages are connected by beautiful picturesque paths, offering exciting seascapes while passing through vineyards and olive groves.


Verona is one of the most romantic locations that tourists around the world choose every year. Except from the historic piazzas, the city is full of Roman ruins.


Sorrento is the starting point of the Amalfi Coast and the easiest town to reach.

Nestled on the southern peninsula of the Bay of Naples, makes it the perfect base for a wide-ranging holiday in which you can visit many of the surrounding sites of interest, such as Naples and Pompeii.