Departure30 December 2023 I'm flexible
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BoardAll-inclusive Full-board Half-board Breakfast Self catering Room only
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£444 PER PERSON | Adults-only break on the Sorrento peninsula with flights + meals
Perched on the cliffs of Italy's Amalfi Coast, Sorrento is quite simply a spectacle to behold! This deal from TUI is for a 4-night stay at the Nastro Azzurro, adults only, on a full-board basis, with flights and return transfers included in April 2024 for UNDER £450 per person!
£188 PER PERSON | Bargain 7-night break to 4* hotel on the Neapolitan Riviera in June
You've probably heard of Salerno, Positano and the other beautiful towns along the Amalfi Coast, but the lesser-known, yet still equally stunning Castellammare di Stabia, on the other side of the peninsula, just up from Sorrento is definitely worth a visit. It's a great place to relax and explore, and it's also close to Mount Vesuvius. A week here, with daily breakfast and return flights is now JUST £188 per person with Love Holidays. There's no availability in July and August costs more than double! Popular?
UNDER £560 | Italian Alps ski break inc flts & direct slope access - save over £200!
Enjoy a self-catering week at the Residence Planibel, with ski-in and ski-out on a blue run. There's an indoor pool and wellness facilities and the package includes luggage, flights and return transfers for UNDER £560 per person in January 2024.
Win yourself a holiday to Italy
From cultural wonders like the Colosseum, Sistine Chapel, Pantheon and more in Rome, to the rolling hills of Tuscany, artistic heritage of Florence, meandering canals of Venice and everything in between, it really is a cocktail of delights. With pink bougainvillea growing wild across terracotta roofs, quaint little cafe's serving steaming espresso and homemade delights from secret, long-held family recipes. Italy will inspire you, delight you, move you and open your eyes like nowhere else on earth.
Things to do in Italy
Books inspired by Italy
Our hand-picked selection of books to get you in the mood for your Italy holiday
A well-written, tense novel in which the dead bride's father-in-law is convinced the grieving husband killed her and becomes obsessed with vengeance. Set in Rome and the streets and canals of Venice, a deadly game of cat-and-mouse builds as each becomes the hunter and the hunted.
Travelscoop's Stuart's favourite novel about the ultimate likeable anti-hero. Tom Ripley is talented and scheming with a burning ambition for success that he's prepared to kill for. A gripping psychological thriller which forces the reader to question why they're willing him to get away with it. Italy forms the wonderful backdrop - and it'll make you want to go!
Philip Gwynne Jones
With redundancy and an uncertain future in Edinburgh looming, Jones and his wife took a huge leap and moved to Venice to live. Through often-hilarious exploits and an enormous passion for the beautiful city and all things Italian, this is a really enjoyable read.
Elizabeth Von Arnim
Tired of the drudgery of life in cold, grey London, four women - previously unknown to each other - answer a newspaper advert to stay for a month in an idyllic Italian castle on the shores of the Mediterranean - based on Cinque Terre. Escaping their daily lives, each transforms in the beauty and warmth of their paradise-like surroundings.
Brilliant story for 9-12 year olds about two brothers who escape their aunt by running away to Venice where they join a gang of street kids. With a detective searching for them, they're forced into hiding all over the city - encountering even greater threats and plenty of magic along the way.
Italy Blog posts
From the UK's most popular travel bloggers
Art, History, and Gelato: A Must-See Florence City Tour
30th November 2023 by PommieTravels
Are you planning to visit Florence, Italy? Make sure to add a Florence city tour to your itinerary! This beautiful Italian city has so much to offer. It has all the breathtaking landmarks and rich history you would love to see. Plus, they offer their delicious food and gelato you would surely love....
Naples Spanish Quarter Guide: Walk through the most charming neighbourhood of Napoli
28th November 2023 by Italian Trip Abroad
As locals, we couldn’t miss walking you through one of the most fascinating neighbourhoods of Naples. This guide to Naples Spanish Quarter will take you hand in hand to discover where the heart of Napoli beats. Naples’ colourful Spanish Quarter Neighbourhood is safe to explore, and you should include it in your itinerary....
An itinerary of Puglia without a car | Explore Puglia by train
23rd November 2023 by Italian Trip Abroad
Looking for an itinerary of Puglia without a car? Yes, it is possible, and you are in the right place. We had the best time travelling through Puglia by train. If you are looking for a sustainable way to visit Puglia, this itinerary is definitely for you....
Is December a good time to visit Italy? Where to go and tips!
23rd November 2023 by Italian Trip Abroad
Yes, December is perfect to visit Italy. December is a wonderful season to visit Italy, especially if you want to have a festive and affordable vacation. The weather tends to be nice with temperatures ranging from 40 to 50 degrees Fahrenheit on average. In addition, there is less rain than in other months, and the sky are frequently clear and sunny....
Top 5 Locations to Visit in Italy
17th November 2023 by Midlands Traveller
Italy is undeniably one of the most glamorous countries in the world. With its rich history, stunning architecture, and mouthwatering cuisine, it's no wonder that Italy is a dream destination for many travellers. In this blog post, we will explore the top 5 locations to visit in Italy, each offering its own unique charm and allure. So grab your passport and get ready to embark on an unforgettable Italian adventure!...
Discovering the Eternal City: Must-Visit Places in Rome
19th November 2023 by Coco Butter Blog
Oh, to be in Rome. It’s one of the most popular cities in Europe and beyond, attracting by far the most visitors of Italy’s big hitters despite tough competition. And with its serious historic and cultural credentials, you can totally see why!...
Visit Rome in Winter and beat the crowds | 25 things to do in winter in Rome
16th November 2023 by Italian Trip Abroad
Rome in winter is amazing, and we create the perfect list of activities you can do. From indoor things to do, to countryside day trips, our Rome in winter guide is perfect to explore Italy on a budget and without crowds. A flight to Italy out of season might work out cheaper than other European places....