Nestled in the heart of its lagoon, Venice never ceases to make you dream! It is true that the city – made up of 127 islands – offers an atypical appearance. And if it hides many artistic and architectural wonders, it is also distinguished by exceptional craftsmanship! Lovers of arts, history or simply lovers: it is definitely one of the most beautiful destinations in Europe and, without doubt, the world!

Milan, a name synonymous with Mecca in the world of fashion and haute couture. The whole planet is in a hurry for shopping. But Milan has so much more to offer, a stay in one of Italy’s biggest cities is enough to realize it. The kind of dream destination for a long weekend to visit a dynamic and festive city.

Between Nice, in France, and Florence, in Italy, a little tourist treasure awaits visitors: the Cinque Terre.

These five villages, classified as a UNESCO heritage, are geographically linked to each other like the five fingers of a hand.

From west to east, balanced on a narrow strip of land between the Mediterranean and a high mountain ridge, Monterosso, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola, Riomaggiore are hung on vertiginous cliffs, forming over twenty kilometers a spectacular whole with all these houses in pastel colors.

Many tourists from all over the world consider Florence to be one of the most beautiful city in the world. The Italian city of Tuscany is considered a jewel of Europe.

The Italian city located in the region of Tuscany is a real museum. Indeed, every street, alley and building is steeped in history. Gothic and Renaissance architecture, art galleries and museums as well as the local gastronomy are just a few reasons why Florence is appreciated by tourists from all over the world.

From a distance, it is difficult not to recognize San Gimignano. Perched on a hill, its 13 high towers stand in the middle of vineyards and olive trees: a real medieval setting!

The city once had 72 tower houses. Each family went there from its construction to prove its wealth and greatness. They met in the towers, linked by gateways in case of enemy attack. Unfortunately, in 1348 the plague decimated a third of the inhabitants of San Gimignano.

Located in Tuscany, an iconic Italian region known for its art and gastronomy, Siena is a city where architecture rises very high.

Florence’s eternal rival is a giant open-air museum celebrating the Gothic style. Siena is thus endowed with secular and spiritual monuments which have preserved both their medieval forms and their extraordinary art collections, offering the visitor something to marvel again and again!

The most unmissable of Italian cities, for its cultural richness, its historical heritage and its mythical places, it offers a total change of scenery!

The city has remarkably preserved its monuments and its grandiose works of art, witnesses of a very rich past.

Strolling in Rome is a real stroll through the ages in fascinating settings! In fact, many are listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.