Naples is the home of the historic Pompeii ruins, the breathtaking Mount Vesuvius and a whole host of opportunities for fine dining. Discover the chic Neapolitan Riviera - visit the legendary Amalfi coast and explore the glistening coastlines of Positano and Sorrento, stunning cliff-top resorts with fantastic restaurants and beautiful views.
Italy may be home to world-famous cuisine, but it is Naples specifically that you have to thank for the creation of pizza. Cheese and tomato aren't the only bubbling eruptions to look out for though - geography lovers will know that Naples is mere miles from Mount Vesuvius, thankfully dormant but still stunning to behold, as well as the historic ruins of Pompeii. For the perfect blend of food and fun, Naples is a great destination for families and couples, all year round.
Dining al fresco adds a sense of fun to traditional family mealtimes. Naples natives dine sociably in large groups, enjoying some of the country's best pizza, pasta, coffee and gelato. Eat heartily before visiting the Centro Storico, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Admire the works of art on display at the Capodimonte museum and the Pio Monte della Misericordia, or take a seafront stroll along the Lungomare, home to a set of romantic love-lock poles that rival the Pont des Arts in Paris.
Small but perfectly-formed - aside from one rather obvious hiccup in its building regulations a few centuries ago - Pisa combines an excellent location with stunning architecture and culture. Excellent transport links to Florence and Cinque Terre make it a must too.
Clashing gladiators, ancient religion and staggering architecture, the capital of Italy is one of the world's most impressive historical destinations. It's also an epicentre for fashion, art and great food, giving it plenty to boast about as a holiday location.
Revel in designer delights in Verona. Soak up the culture of open air festivals and Verona's four beautiful churches, or head out for a romantic meal in this beautiful city.
Situated in the heart of the Mediterranean Sea, visiting Sicily is like stepping back in time. Medieval towns and villages sit amongst the cobbled paths, and visitors can expect warm weather with a perfect coastal breeze, so it’s not too stifling.