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Italy by Rail: Venice, Rome and the Amalfi Coast

When my husband and I were planning our honeymoon, Italy was right at the top of the list. It ticked off everything we were after – great food and wine, warm weather, and a mix of sightseeing and relaxation. Two weeks gave us just the right amount of time to cover off two cities and [ ...More ]

Seven Days in Sorrento

Sorrento has won the jackpot when it comes to locations – it’s perfectly placed for exploring everything the Neapolitan Riviera has to offer. With a week’s holiday, you could visit a different place every day. Here is  just one idea of how you could do it.   Day 1: Explore Sorrento’s old town Sorrento’s main [ ...More ]

Italy’s Best Shopping Streets

Italy and shopping often tend to go hand in hand – after all, the country is home to some of the best-known names in the fashion industry. But there’s more to shopping in Italy than just clothes: locally made handicrafts, bespoke jewellery and delicious deli products will all be vying for space in your suitcase [ ...More ]

Italy’s Best Restaurants with a View

Food and scenery are two things Italy does extremely well, so it’s not hard to find a restaurant with a view here. We’ve picked out eight of the very best – from fine dining venues overlooking Verona’s medieval sights, to Michelin-starred meals next to Lake Como. Don’t forget your camera…   Hotel Caesar Augustus, Capri [ ...More ]

8 of the Best Pasta Restaurants in Italy

From the seafood ravioli of the north, to the classic pasta all’Amatriciana in the south and everything in between – the mind boggles at the amount of delicious and varied pasta dishes available across Italy. So to help you out especially for World Pasta Day (today!), we’ve gathered the expert knowledge of our in-resort concierge team to discover [ ...More ]