Take a day trip from Milan to Lake Como or historic cities, all within one hour by train.
Visit Bari, lively port city on Puglia’s east coast with a fascinating medieval historic center and pretty seaside promenade.
Visit the marble city in Tuscany below the famous Carrara marble quarries where Michelangelo sourced his marble and try an unusual snack.
Visit the city of violins, see one of the world’s largest astronomical clocks, and climb Europe’s oldest surviving brick tower over 100 meters tall.
Explore Naples, a top place to go in southern Italy, from the historic center to the top of Vomero Hill.
See highlights of our travels in 2018 from cities to relatively unexplored places.
Visit Palermo, Sicily, to see historic markets, stunning mosaics and architecture showing Byzantine, Arab, and Norman influence.
Genoa, Italy’s largest port city, has a fascinating medieval quarter, Renaissance palaces, and a top aquarium.
Perugia, a lively city in Umbria, offers the visitor a wealth of historic sights, cultural activities, a great language school, a top jazz festival, and chocolate.
Plan a visit to Turin, a city in Piedmont known for Savoy Palaces, Baroque cafes, chocolate, and a top Egyptian museum.