The breathtaking landscape and architecture of Italy is one of the most well known to the world. From the heart of Rome to the country-side of Tuscany, there are many possibilities to take for your personalized vacation. Our top recommendation? The Amalfi Coast for one of our superb yacht adventures.
Sip on limoncello as you overlook the beautiful Amalfi coast. Delight in the stunning colorful assembly of houses and restaurants. Breathe in the cool air as you walk along the ocean coast, a vacation built on the foundation of cultural attraction and history dating back to the early 1800s.
For a full guide on what to do in the Amalfi Coast check out our blog post here.
Colorful houses and restaurants overlook the beautiful cliffs of Cinque Terre, where you will find one of the most peaceful locations to vacation. We recommend a stay here at the epicenter of the coast, and day trips to Capri, Portofino, Lucca and more.
Hiking trails, glorious cathedrals and never ending views that are worth the trip to this stunning town. Fornillo Beach is a famous option to see for yourself, a cozy beach with clear water nested not to far from town.
Italy’s history encircles this very city, at the heart of it all, from the Colosseum to the massive private art collections, Rome has many options to explore. The Trevi Fountain is another beautiful historic landmark we recommend adding to the itinerary. Its massive pillars guard over the exquisite statues created by Guisepe Pannini, a true artist of time.
Abounding history, that leaves you thinking just how incredible our world is. The architecture, and artistic emphasis leaves something to explore here in Roma.
From the Borghese Gallery, to the Palazzo Braschi (of modern art) and the National Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art, there are many different styles and artistic values to appreciate. Here you will find contemporary art or historic Italian masterpieces, all a beautiful take on the Italian culture.
The metropolis of the northern region in Italy. Milan is one of the fashion capitals of the world, and is also known for its luxurious restaurants and cocktail lounges. Visit the iconic city and join the audacious locals in high-end shopping, fine dining and celebrating famous artworks such as the Last Supper.
As one of the top fashion capitals in the world, this destination is one not to be missed! If you can make it for Milan Fashion Week, (usually occuring in September) there are brands that bring artistic values to life on new levels each year. The best street for shopping as suggested by most locals would be Montenapo Street, with hundreds of brands and boutiques to choose from.
Teatro alla Scala
Inaugurated in 1778, this stunning opera house holds more than just a beautiful interior. Experience a bit of culture in the most luxurious seat at the opera of Milan.
Venice, an oasis tucked in the Adriatic Sea, is surrounded by landmarks gilded with stunning architecture. It is a hub of tourism known for it’s canal gondola rides around the city. Saint Mark’s Basilica is another must see, it’s golden accents stand out against the creme colored archways. One of our recommended best restaurants to end your day would be the Gritti Palace, with a view of the gorgeous architecture and a beautifully prepared dinner.
St. Marks Square
Visit the Basilica, hear the church bells in the distance as you walk along the cobblestone streets. Shopping is right around the corner, as well as some of the best restaurants complete with a view to end your day with.
Famously known for taking that stunning gondola ride through Venice to capture the full experience. The Grand Canal is the best way to see Venice fully. Complete the Italian vacation as you slowly make your way under the Bridge of Sights, painted white archways named for the sighs of prisoners that would cross this to make their way to the prison located nearby.
Take a private tour out to the tuscan countryside of Italy. The rolling hills of golden hues surround you as you inch closer to the Apennine Mountains. Chiantis vineyards are well known for this region of Italy, and wine is aplenty as a result. Florence is one of the main cities in this area and holds true to the culture with historical sites and a beautiful atmosphere.
An art museum based on the Renaissance period located in Florence, Italy. One of our favorite little towns, with a humble atmosphere, one of the famous Duomos of Italy are also located here. Climbing to the top will give you an incredible view of Florence stretching out to the Tuscan countryside.
If you are a wine fanatic, this is the place for you. Taste from the hundreds of varieties Tuscany has to offer and look out to luscious green hills, as a golden hue surrounds you. Each day brings a beautiful view and luxurious lounging in this paradise.