From irresistible Sorrento and the pizza parlours of Naples to Alpine Piedmont and pretty Milan, this is a bucket list topper if there ever was one! Get a local tourHQ guide to reveal Italy’s ancient treasures.
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Colosseum and Roman Forum, Vatican and Villa Borghese; all of these wonders are on the menu of tourHQ’s local guides to the Rome City. And that’s not even mentioning the pizza, pasta, nightlife and art!
Romance and Italian charm abounds in bucket list Venice; the city of canals, sun-kissed medieval squares and doge palaces that’s best explored with a local guide from tourHQ.
The stomping ground of Michelangelo and Botticelli, and the grand Uffizi, romantic Florence rarely fails to impress. Check out its Renaissance charms with the help of a local tour guide in Florence
Milan is the jewel of northern Italy; a place where tourHQ’s local guides show off works by da Vinci next to UNESCO-attested cathedrals; A-listers shop for Gucci and cafes grace sun-kissed piazzas.
The home of pizza, Pompeii and oodles of Baroque beauties, Naples is unquestionably one of Italy’s most enthralling cities. Check it out with the help of a tourHQ guide.
The gateway to the legendary beauties of the Amalfi Coast, this colorful, clifftop town is pure Italian romance. Engage the help of a TourHQ guide to discover the real la dolce vita!
Between its stone archways and medieval bulwarks Verona boasts some of Italy’s most romantic spots. Discover Juliet’s balcony and a gorgeous Duomo with your tourHQ guide to the city.
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Pompeii was once the vogue town of Rome’s ancient elite. Destroyed by Vesuvius in 79AD it’s now one of the best preserved ancient sites on earth. Explore its streets with a tourHQ guide.
Few countries are as universally beloved as Italy. From Palermo’s dazzling coast to Tuscany’s vineyards, every corner of the land is exaltedly charming and historically intriguing. Pisa’s leaning tower, Rome’s Colosseum, and Vatican City are quintessential tourist stops, but there’s far more to Italy than these must-see staples. You could travel for weeks and still not venture past the region you started in; a short hike in Cinque Terre leads to days in this coastal village, while a day trip to Sicily could leave you beach-ridden and wandering for weeks.
Regardless of the length of your stay or city of interest, Italy’s offerings engulf all of your senses. Watch the locals do their shopping, as their romantic Latin language plays a soundtrack for the cobblestone streets. Feel the touch of their beautiful Italian leather, as the smell of a nearby pizza leaves you numb with cravings. Speaking of pizza, there is no better Italian tradition than eating and cooking. Any Italian tour guide will tell you how much of their culture is grounded in its’ food, and eating is among Italy’s greatest pastimes. So eat, to enjoy Italy in it’s best way.
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