Marvelling at incredibly well-preserved Baroque architecture, swish boutiques and drinking some of Europe’s best wines in the sun…even in November. South-eastern Sicily has it all.
Dave, Original Traveller
More UNESCO World Heritage sites than any other country on the planet, food that is tantalisingly close to perfection and landscape that has something for pretty much everyone. Sold.
Why we think you’ll love it
- Pizza, pasta, coffee and ice cream. Often imitated, never bettered and rarely sold at such thoroughly reasonable prices. The south of Italy, particularly Puglia and the Campania region (including the Amalfi coast) is perhaps best for the food
- Rome, the "Eternal City". History at every turn, with more jaw-droppingly grandiose architecture than anywhere else
- The Dolomites - Europe's undiscovered skiing gem. If mind-melting scenery and low-key Michelin-starred eateries on a budget are your thing, you'll love this superb skiing area
- Learn more and find out when to go in our in-depth guide