Beautiful Places in Italy – Your 2020 Travel Inspiration Guide

Travel is such a personal thing that what looks like paradise to one, may not spark the soul of another. The beauty of having two locals designing your tailor-made itinerary is the opportunity to see some lesser-known spots in Italy and experience the crème de la crème of its historical streets. A lack of inspiration is so often a stumbling block for clients so keep reading to see some of the most beautiful places in Italy.

Venice – from the Grand Canal to the islands of Murano and Burano, its wonderous waterways are a sight to behold

Orange Powerboat Between Medium Rise Buildings in Venice Canal, Italy

The incredible beauty of Bologna

Bologna is one of the beautiful and historical places in Italy

Charming Cinque Terre – a string of 5 seaside towns nestled on the cliff face

An Aerial Photography of Colorful Houses on a Mountain Near the Body of Water located on Cinque Terre

Florence, home to Michaelangelo’s David and the Cattedrale di Santa Maria del Fiore

The statue of Michaelangelo’s David is a masterpiece of Italian Renaissance sculpture.

The lesser-known, smaller sister of Capri, the enchanting island of Ischia

Aerial view of a beautiful island with a port near a village located in Ischia

If there was ever a place of historical significance to visit on your tour, it’s Pompeii and the mighty Vesuvius

Tourists visit the historical Pompeii Archaeological Park

“When you write the story of two lovers, let it be on the banks of Lake Como” – Franz Liszt

View of Rock Mountain and Village from the Lake Como

Slightly south of Florence is where you’ll find the Tuscan town of Siena

Tourists visit the famous Piazza del Campo, Siena, Tuscany.

The Dolomites, Lake Braies to be precise – a place of astounding contrast you need to experience for yourself

A beautiful lake with crystal clear water and Dolomites mountain located in Lake Braies

The magnificent Amalfi Coast – a stretch of coastline spanning 50kms dotted with its famous pastel-coloured towns such as Positano, Amalfi, Ravello and Sorrento

A colorful house in front of a rocky mountain in Amalfi coast

Verona, the birthplace of Shakespeare’s iconic tale of two lovers, Romeo and Juliet 

Tourists visit the famous Roman amphitheater, the Verona Arena.

Ciao, Capri!

Whether you view yourself sailing along the Amalfi Coast, wine tasting in Tuscany or discovering Italy’s vast and vibrant history – or all of the above! – Luxo Italia is on hand to bring your dreams to life. If you need any more inspiration, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

What are you waiting for? Adventure awaits!

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Lonely Planet
My Italian Link
National Geographic
Dark Rome
Do Travel
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