Italy is a beautiful country, known for its culture, food, wine, lakes, beaches, mountains and much more. The country truly has something for everyone. There are 20 different regions in Italy, all with their own distinctly unique charm. Venice is up there with a must see when visiting Italy. Commonly referred to as the ‘Floating city’, known for its famous canals and beautiful architecture, helping to make the city a truly unique place. We would also recommend taking a trip to the Amalfi Coast where you will be greeted with charming coastal towns, scenic beaches and truly spectacular views all round. If you are looking for more of a city break, why not visit italy's capital city, Rome? Famous for its ancient historical monuments, amazing food and vibrant nightlife. The city will not disappoint.
Italy is one hour ahead of the UK
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Best time to travel
The best time to visit Italy is during the spring and autumn. The temperatures will still be high throughout these months, however, there will be fewer crowds allowing you to discover Italy’s true beauty. If you're looking for a winter trip to the mountains, why not visit Italy’s ski resorts, December through till early April.
Italy has well developed transportation links around the city, there are high-speed rail networks that connect the major cities, making it easy to travel around the country. There are also local train and metro networks as well as buses, boats and ferries! If you were looking to do a road trip around the beautiful country, why not look into renting your own car! Allowing you to explore Italy and all its beauty at your own pace.
Make sure you exchange some Euros in the UK before travelling to Italy, as it's a common thing for Italians to pay for things with cash over credit as it is the preferred method of payment. You can travel to Italy for up to 90 days within a 180 - day period without a Visa. For further information on Covid-19 restrictions please click here.