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Regardless of what cities you visit, Italy is a great vacation choice for yourself or your family. If you need any Italy accommodation, apartment, villas, and villass our site is right for you. All available accommodation can be booked direct from the property owner or online. Our search facility for Italy accommodation will help you choose the right vacation rental to suit you and your family. So if you want apartments in Italy or villas in Italy start looking with the help of our website

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Marche, Italy
Adriatic coast
Italian riviera
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Campagnia / Amalfi coast

Marche in Italy Lazio

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Visitors who want to experience the best of central Italy should be heading for Marche, Italy which is the third region, alongside Tuscany and Umbria, that makes up the central Italian area.

The region is situated on the eastern side of Italy between the Adriatic Sea and the Apennine mountain range, therefore it remains unspoilt by mass tourism.

This is the place where you will find places where time really has stood still. Compared to its  central Italian sisters, here culture comes in more easily digestible proportions but quality.

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Lazio region in Italy is the heart of the country thanks to the presence of the government and Parliament; it is also the Catholic world center since there is the Vatican city, and, of course, a favorite destination of tourism. Along the Northern Tuscan border, of the Etruscan civilization. Apart from the area of Rome, the rest of the territory is plain and hills make the landscape colourful, with mountains in the area of Rieti and in the north an area of lower mountains of volcanic origins. Almost half of the population of the whole region live in or around Rome

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Sicily villas Piemonte / Piedmont

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Why travel to Sicily? Because Sicily is the place where the mountains meet the sea. It is the island in the sun, the home to heavenly beaches, majestic mountains and Europe's greatest volcano, Mount Etna. Even the weather in Sicily is different. Its coasts are gold with orange and lemon orchards. Each scenic region offers something different

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Nestling in the north-western corner of Italy, Piedmont has much in common with the neighbouring France and Switzerland as well as with Lombardy and Liguria of Italy. It has no coastline. Piemonte is Italy's culinary star, with fine cheeses, wines, and the celebrated white truffle. Piemonte also features some of Italy's best skiing in it's alpine region.

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Adriatic coast
Italian Riviera Islands near Sicily

The Italian Riviera refers to the area that stretches of coast in Liguria which borders France. Like its neighbour, the more famous French Riviera, this coastline boasts blue seas, stately resorts with casinos and palms waving along the promenade, and attractive inland villages

Campagnia / Amalfi coast Umbria

Campagnia is home to the charming places and cities of the Amalfi Coast, Sorrento, the Cilento National Park, Capri and Ischia. It is situated in southern Italy and boadered by the Tyrrhenian Sea. Campagnia is divided into five provinces. Naples is the biggest city in the region.

Umbria is known as the green heart of Italy with its deep roots in the past, it offers uniqueness to the untouched Italian countryside. Umbria is a mix of nature, peace, genuine Italian cooking, culture and farming tradition that attract visitors to this region of Italy


Tuscany is one of Italy's top regions for tourists. Tuscany offers beautiful scenery and historic cities and hill towns. Tuscany is also renowned for its wines for instance Chianti, a wonderful accompaniment to delicious Tuscan dishes of pasta and beans.

Sardinia Veneto

Sardinia is the second-largest island in the Mediterranean Sea. It is an autonomous region of Italy and it is very close to Corsica, the Italian Peninsula, Sicily, Tunisia, and the Spanish Balearic Islands. Sardinia’s coastline is sublime and its major cities are scattered around, where beautiful palaces and churches hail from centuries past and impressive fortifications look on menacingly. The beaches are Sardinia’s obvious major attraction, while the interior of the island is full of mountains and makes for excellent trekking and sightseeing.

Italy attractions

To experience scenic wonders, great art and architecture, music, food and Italian wine, pack your suitcases and head to Italy. The country is the home to great many World Heritage Sites. Besides sightseeing Italy is known for its cuisine, beautiful coastline, mountains and lakes such as Lake Garda and it is also one of the centers of fashion. Just think about Gucci or Versace to mention a few.

There are quite a lot of tourist attractions in the country and a visit to is sure to be full of art and cultural sites, monuments, beautiful cities. Among the most popular Italy attractions, there are amazing buildings, museums and galleries with excellent collections of artifacts. Besides sightseeing Italy is known for its excellent wines for instance Chianti and kitchen. Everyone has tasted pastas and pizzas to mention a few. To start getting to know Italy everybody should start with such wonderful cities as Rome, Venice, Florence, Naples. But if you are more fond of adventures and sports, Italy has got some excellent ski resorts in scenic Dolomite mountains. The hundred kilometer long coastlines with beaches are for those who love to spending time on the beach. Furthermore, there are ideal places for walking and cycling holidays.

As I have mentioned you should definitely start with the capital, Rome. Rome has got several well-known tourist attractions including the Colosseum, the Pantheon, the Forum, Fontana di Trevi, The Spanish steps and beautiful churches. The Vatican City can be also found in center of Rome which is an independent state. This small state has famous tourist attractions which include the famous St Peter's Basilica, the Sistine Chapel and the world-renowned Vatican Museum

Italy attractions: Rome

You next stop should be Venice which is another popular tourist attraction. It is known for its beautiful Venetian Lagoon and gondola rides along the canals which are highly recommended to try. Most of the top attractions are easily within walking distance and it is the best way to discover such places as St. Mark's Square, St. Marks Basilica, The Doges Palace. The city’s most important part is the Grand Canal where fine Gothic and Renaissance buildings line up. Away from the main attractions, Venice is characterized by narrow canals, small squares.

Italy attractions: Venice 

After Venice visit Florence which is is one of the beautiful cities in the world due to the Medici family's power and patronage. Florence is an open sky museum where you discover history and art through Piazza Duomo, Piazza della Signoria, Renaissance palaces. One of the finest museums is The Uffizi Gallery in Florence. It displays wonderful collections of paintings by renowned artists such as Giotto, Botticelli, Raphael, Leonardo, Michelangelo, Titian, Raffaello, Caravaggio and many more. Other famous attractions are Ponte Vecchio bridge, Palazzo Pitti and the Uffizi Gallery that houses one of the world’s most celebrated art collections including masterpieces such as Botticelli’s Birth Of Venus, Caravaggio’s Young Bacchus, Leonardo da Vinci’s Annunciation, Michelangelo’s Holy Family.

Italy attractions: Florence 

Not far apart Siena and Pisa are the next tourist destinations in Tuscany region. Everybody has heard of the Leaning Tower of Pisa which is perhaps the most popular tourist attraction in Italy. It has been closed to the public since 1990, the tower has now reopened following a long restoration project to reduce its tilt. The bell tower stands next to the elegant 11th-century Gothic Cathedral and the Baptistery.

Italy attractions: Pisa and the Leaning Tower 

Turin is the fourth-largest city in Italy. It has also become the automobile capital of the country. Fiat, the automobile giant offers guided tours of their factory where you can trace the history of the car on an international level. Turin or Torino and the Piedmont region were in the world spotlight as the home of the Winter Olympic Games in 2006. Turin is centered on the main shopping street, Via Roma and this street links the city’s favorite square, the Piazza San Carlo, with its dramatic building such as Baroque Palazzo Madama, which houses the Museum of Ancient Art and the Egyptian Museum, the second-largest in the world after Cairo.

Italy attractions: Torino

And finally, Naples which is the third largest city in Italy. It is famous for its pizza as this delicacy was invented in the city. Set on the Bay of Naples it is overshadowed by Mount Vesuvius which is still an active volcano. Set between the sea and the hills, Naples amaze tourists with its artistic and cultural heritage. Naples also offers excellent base to visit the ancient city of Pompeii and the stunningly beautiful Amalfi Coast.

Italy attractions: Naples

Before you become a visitor in Italy make sure you have a proper Italy accommodation. There are a number of villas in Italy that offer a unique taste of Italy.




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