Say the name “Venice” and conjured up instantly are images of St. Mark’s Square, and gondola rides down the Grand Canal. Venice has a unique character, with its charmingly narrow streets and breathtaking architecture.
The breathtaking central Italian region of Tuscany is famous for its beautiful landscapes. The capital of the region, Florence, is known as the “cradle of the Renaissance” and is home to some of Italy’s most popular tourist attractions.
In Rome, the ancient world is integrated with the modern, where one can be driving through traffic along a busy Roman road and suddenly see the Colosseum rearing up ahead of them. The eternal city, with more than 2000 years of history, has much to offer tourists.
Enjoy the exquisite scenery of the Amalfi Coast, the stretch of coastline on the southern side of the Sorrentine Peninsula. It is also home to such cultural sites as the Duomo (cathedral) of Amalfi, the Chiostro del Paradiso (the Cloisters), and the church of Santa Maria Assunta.