From cities and countryside to lakes and beaches, Italy’s diversity makes it perfect for a multi-centre holiday. There’s so much to see and do here, and each region, town and village is unique. Deciding where to go can be difficult so we’ve come up with a selection of our favourite multi-centre pairings to get you started.
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our top multi-centre holidays
Combine the sights and history of Rome with the popular seaside town of Sorrento. This classic itinerary lets you discover Italy’s most popular sights and is perfect for first time visitors. Start with a few days in Rome where you’ll find ancient sites around every corner.
This ultimate city break lets you discover Italy’s three most iconic cities in just one trip. Start your trip in style with a couple of nights in glamorous Venice, followed by a short high-speed rail trip to the Renaissance city of Florence. Tuscany’s capital is a compact city that’s full of stunning architecture, revered artwork and fantastic food. Finally, another short rail trip takes you to heart of Italy’s capital, Rome.
Cover off the Sicily’s highlights on a self-drive itinerary and discover the best corners of this Mediterranean island. Sicily sits just 12 miles from Italy’s mainland but can feel like a different country all together. A jumbled mix of cultures and architecture from the many nations that have invaded over the years means Sicily has some of the most interesting and beautiful sights of Italy. A car is the best way to get around and allows you to explore at your own pace.
This is the perfect itinerary for people who want to sample some of the best food and wine in Italy. With pretty medieval towns, rolling vineyards and hidden trattorias, the regions of Tuscany and Umbria are ideal for trying some of the wine and food that Italy is most famous for.
For the ultimate off-the-beaten-track holiday you can’t beat the authentic southern regions of Puglia and Basilicata. Even though this area is becoming more popular, you will still be able to discover your own hidden part of Italy where you can enjoy many rich traditions.
If you want to experience the fashionable and glamorous side of Italy, this itinerary is the perfect choice. A dramatic mountainous backdrop and ink-blue waters makes Lake Como a truly beautiful place to be, which hasn’t gone un-noticed by some of the world’s most elite. Close to Lake Como, Milan is the fashion capital of Italy and plays host to fashion weeks twice a year