Campania borders with Lazio and is on the shin of the boot leg. Chaotic Naples is the capital city which is the birth place of Pizza. Campania is famous for the best pizza in the world so it is a must see simply to indulge in a margarita pizza.
The Capital city of Emilia-Romagna is Bologna. This interesting city boasts excellent food, and is the centre of the political left in Italy. Bologna is very centrally located within Italy offering easy access to both Florence and Milan. There is a large and thriving university in Bologna which creates a youthful and vibrant atmosphere.
All roads lead to Rome...…and when in Rome do as Romans do…..
As they say, a life time is not long enough in Rome ‘Non basta una vita a Roma’.
Famous for its pesto, white truffles, hazelnuts and cheese, this little strip of the Mediterranean which arcs from Tuscany to the French border is an exciting and interesting holiday destination.
Lombardia and The Lakes
Lombardia is located at the very north of Italy and borders with Switzerland and the Alps. Home to the industrial capital city of Milan which is perhaps the biggest centre in the world for fashion with names like Armani, Prada, and Gucci all residing in Milans ‘Golden Quad’.
Paris is one of the most sought after destinations in the world.
This city of Romance can be enchanting at any time of year.
From the left bank to the right bank, and from Notre Dame to the Eifel tower there is certainly plenty to see and do whilst visiting this majestical place.
Puglia is located in Italy’s Deep South and is skirted by 800km of coast with limestone cliffs, olive groves and wild forests.
The island of Sicily is distinctly different from the rest of Italy as it floats just off the toe of the Italian mainland. The Capital city Palermo is splendid with its chaos and treasures. Be prepared to explore the palaces, castles and churches which are a fusion of Arab, Norman, baroque, and Renaissance gems. Life in Palermo is quite full on.
Switzerland – Madulain/St Moritz
The little village of Madulain is located only 11 km from the famous Saint Moritz, in the heart of the Engadina valley. It is a very quiet and well kept village with a few houses and a little church.
Toscana - Tuscany
Tuscany is the place we all dream of….The place we want to retire to, and it is that place that will echo in your heart for a life time once you have stayed there and felt the essence of the organic life that passes by there each day.
Umbria is one of the smallest regions in Italy located just east
of Tuscany. It is often referred to as the green heart of Italy.
With its rolling hills, fields of olive groves, ancient buildings,
and stunning landscape once could mistake this region for its
neighbour Tuscany quite easily.
There are not too many cities in ancient Umbria which is refreshing and part of its charm.
Located in the north eastern corner of Italy, Veneto curves around the Adriatic sea and is full of treasures waiting to be discovered.