Italy Holiday Packages
7 NIGHTS: Milan (2N) → Venice (2N) → Rome (3N)
9 NIGHTS: Rome (3N) → Sorrento (2N) → Milan (2N) → Venice (2N)
10 NIGHTS: Rome (4N) → Capri (2N) → Naples (3N) → Milan (1N)
6 NIGHTS: Venice (2N) → Florence (2N) → Rome (2N)
6 NIGHTS: Rome (2N) → Sorrento (2N) → Venice (2N)
10 NIGHTS: Paris (4N) → Florence (3N) → Rome (3N)
14 NIGHTS: Paris (4N) → Nice (3N) → Venice (2N) → Florence (2N) → Rome (3N)
8 NIGHTS: Venice (2N) → Florence (2N) → Sorrento (2N) → Rome (2N)
8 NIGHTS: Rome (2N) → Florence (2N) → Venice (2N) → Paris (2N)
9 NIGHTS: Paris (2N) → Lucerne (3N) → Venice (2N) → Rome (2N)
Frequently asked questions
Mediterranean holidays in Italy
Italy is known as the cradle of European civilization with its rich past that dates back to more than 2000 years. A holiday in Italy amounts to being soaked in history and culture. Travellers who aren't a fan of history, think colourful Venice carnival or the scrumptious Pizzas or just basking in the sun and sands of the awe inspiring Amalfi coast. Italy is love for the foodie, Italy is grace for the art lover, Italy is drama for the culture buff. An Italy vacation is bound to have you yearning to go back for more. Such is the charm of the country, honeymoon packages to Italy are always in trend.
What to do in Italy
To do justice to this beautiful country, an Italy holiday needs to include Rome, Venice, Florence and Cinque Terre to mention a few places. Rome's Colosseum is an obvious must-do, even for the non-history lover there's a lot of drama that oozes from these ruins. Marvel at St.Peter's Basilica and the Sistine Chapel. Explore the neighbourhood on your own, or take up a walking tour that takes you through some of present day Rome.
A custom tour of Italy would take you through the jaw-dropping scenery of the Cinque Terre coast or even the wine and food trails of Tuscany.
Best time to go
April to June and September to November are clearly the best times for a Italy vacation. This is the shoulder season when the crowds are not much and the weather isn't unpleasant. The peak season for an Italian holiday is between May to October in the Northern parts of the country and May to June and Sept to October in the South. Though the peak season may amount to a lot of crowds, this is also when there is plenty to see and do.