Italy is a country in southern Europe that is widely considered a birthplace of Western culture. It’s one of the most visited countries in the world, with some 50 million international arrivals in 2016 alone. Italy is also home to the largest number of UNESCO World Heritage sites, with 55 in total including the historic centres of Rome, Venice, and Florence. +
The Amalfi Coast lies in Italy’s southwestern Salerno province in the Campania region on the Tyrrhenian Sea wrapping around the Gulf of Salerno. It is, without doubt, one of the most beautiful places on Earth. Join us on our journey and get insights where to stay.
High in the clouds, overlooking the Dolomites, is a hotel that is determined to help you reconnect with nature. No, there won’t be mud (except possibly in a facial) and no, you won’t have to forage your own food. The Miramonti promises to host you in a tranquil and luxurious setting. This remarkable place is not to be missed.
Italy truly is one of those countries that just has it all. From skiing to lush beaches to cultural wonders, booking a wellness hotel in Italy to relax and unwind is a perfect way to spend your holiday.
Nestled into the stunning alpine commune of Algund in South Tyrol, The Forsterhof is the picture-perfect destination for tranquillity, rejuvenation, and reconnection. With the warm hospitality of a mother-daughter duo, the beauty of its natural surroundings and all its luxurious specialities, this spot tops our list of must-stay getaways.
At the renowned Hotel Il Pellicano, the culinary magic of Michelin Star Head Chef Michelino Gioia crafts unforgettable stories and encounters. We sat down with Michelino to find out more about the talent behind his imaginative creations, the particularities of heading the Il Pellicano kitchens, and where we can find him for some downtime in the off-season.
Milan is another city that we heartily recommend visiting at least once in a lifetime: the art, fashion and buildings are to die for, and the hotels, restaurants and bars complete the offer.
The Italian capital has it all: history, as it has been the cradle of an empire, fashion, as it is home to leading clothing brands, and art, as you can find from the most classic to the most innovative pieces. Rome is waiting for us to fall in love.
A trip to the Italian Lake Country offers something unique: pristine Alpine waters, refreshing mountain air, all accompanied by Italian hospitality and flair. Book the best hotels on the lake with our guide.
A city to visit at least once in a lifetime. The art between canals and the possibility of travelling through it in gondolas makes Venice a place to fall in love with. Luxury is no coincidence, and in its eagerness to preserve its history, it is obliged to keep it ostentatious. Here is our guide to the best hotels to stay in.
In Florence you’ll find a mix of high-end 5-star hotels, modern design apartments, or smaller boutique hotels with pools and rooftop bars to liven up your visit. Florence has it all.