From the liveliness of the city's most famous square, the Piazza della Signoria, to the rich beauty and history of the Baptistery, the Duomo and Michelangelo's Medici Chapels and the somber tranquility of the magnificent Basilica di Santa Croce, the heart and soul of historic Florence will remain with you forever.
Amalfi is one of the most beautiful towns on the Mediterranean and its lively seafront promenade welcomes all travelers. But beyond the seafront, the rich interior of the city’s amazing cathedral and a peaceful stroll through the wonderful old neighborhoods leading back to the Paper Museum will be the highlight of your visit to this historic area.
Capri is an incredible island that offers a variety of gifts for travelers. The history of the island is illustrated in the reverence of the Church of San Stefano and the rich past and solitude of the old Carthusian monastery. And the islands reputation for beauty is exemplified with the glorious views from the lush Gardens of Augustus.Add Description here
While many travelers associate Pisa only with its most famous sight, the Leaning Tower, there is so much more here to challenge your senses. The grandeur of the cathedral matches the beauty of any of the world’s most renowned houses of worship. And the tranquility of the Baptistery next to the somber beauty of the ancient cemetery provide the crowning jewels in this historic city’s allure.
Portofino is one of the world’s most beautiful ports. And the liveliness of the city's Piazetta provides a warm welcome to all visitors. But the history of the Church of Saint George, the isolation of the lighthouse on its narrow peninsula and the incomparable views from the cliffs overlooking the blue Mediterranean provide the real substance of a visit to this quaint town.
To truly appreciate the history nucleus of Rome one must explore the heart of ancient Rome, the area that includes the Coliseum, the Roman Forum and the Imperial Forums. The well preserved remnants and relics here provide the keys to understanding the foundation of the Roman Empire and the rulers that built what we know today as the Eternal City.
The energy of Sorrento’s main promenade, the Corso Italia, is reason enough to warrant a visit to this glorious Italian city. But with many historically important sites and informative museums, in addition to the fern covered landscape of the old flour mill and the incomparable views from the cliffs overlooking the blue Mediterranean, Sorrento is truly a traveler’s paradise.