Travel to Italy should come with a warning - you're not going to want to leave! With its diverse natural beauty, wealth of artistic treasures (more than the rest of the world combined), passionate people and delicious food, it's hard not to fall in love.


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In a country made up of 20 distinct regions, the cities of Italy each have their own traditions, architecture and food specialties. No matter where you go, however, you'll be surrounded by natural beauty and a wealth of incomparable artistic treasures.

  • Venice


    Known as "The Floating City," it stretches across 117 small islands in the Venetian Lagoon along the Adriatic Sea, and was once the greatest seaport in late medieval Europe. The majesty and grandeur of the palaces lining the Grand Canal reflect the wealth and power of the city in its heyday. To arrive in Venice is to be transported to another world with a wealth of artistic and architectural wonders.



    The Eternal City is one of the world's most beautiful and inspiring capitals. Few cities can match Rome's historical importance and artistic heritage. Once capital of the Roman Empire, today home to the Colosseum, the Vatican, Trevi Foutain, the Pantheon and much more.

  • Florence


    The birthplace of the Renaissance and widely regarded as one of the most beautiful cities in the world due to the richness of its artistic, historic, and cultural heritage. Home to some of the greatest minds and artists of the medieval age - Dante, Michelangelo, Galileo, Machiavelli - Florence offers a wealth of world-famous frescoes, sculptures, churches, palaces and more.



    This city has played an important role as the capital of numerous kingdoms and dynasties throughout history and is currently one of Europe's industrial and finance centers. Although modern in appearance, Milan has more than 26 centuries of history and heritage. It is home to the famous La Scala opera house, the Duomo, one of the grandest Gothic cathedrals in the world and Leonardo Da Vince's The Last Supper.

  • Verona


    Best known as the home of Shakespeare's star-crossed lovers Romeo and Juliet, Verona is a cosmopolitan crossroads and center for the arts and culture. Every summer its 2,000-year-old Roman arena still serves as a performance venue hosting some of opera's biggest stars.

Beautiful churches, historic buildings, bustling piazzas, local conservatories and schools are just some of the fantastic Italian venues that await your ensemble. Joint concerts and exchanges are also possible throughout the country.

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