Once an introverted city, and often difficult to read, Milan has become the capital for fashion, innovation and design. A cityscape exuding energy between the façades of yesterday and today.
Venice, the city with 180 canals and 450 bridges connecting 118 small islands, a city with museums, historical landmarks and more attractions.
Florence the cradle of the Renaissance, offered the world a stage for great artistic masters such as Michelangelo, Brunelleschi, Leonardo da Vinci and Galileo.
The Amalfi Coast is located on the southern side of the Sorrentine Peninsula. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is comprised of dozens of towns, beaches, coves and cliffs. The most famous of these are Positano, Amalfi and Ravello, though there are a number of other picturesque towns along the Amalfi Coast.
Rome, the Eternal City is one the most magnificent cities in the world.
The Cinque Terre unite in a unique and fascinating landscape, Heritage of the Unesco, these 5 fishermen villages, symbolize a group unique in the World for its beautiful landscape and the medieval style of their buildings.