Explore Italy and Malta

Plan your next journey in Italy and Malta with Marriott Bonvoy™. Get inspired by our travel stories. Learn more about our hotels and dream destinations like Rome, Venice, Milan, ComoFlorence,Portopiccolo and the Mediterranean jem of Malta. Reserve your room or suite with the best offers and know that you’ll always get the Best Available Rate on our official channels.

Visiting Venice? Our travel guide for 2020

From the traditional Carnevale to the Biennale, here is our guide to all the unmissable events in the city for 2020.

The National Museum of Bargello

Discover one of the oldest buildings in Florence. Since the mid-1900s, the building began its use as a National Museum, inside you can find the most stunning collection of Renaissance art.

Revoltella Museum

If you’re visiting Trieste, in Italy, the Revoltella Museum should be one of the first places you go and see. This museum has always staged notable exhibitions in the past and continues to surpass the expectations of art lovers from all over the world.
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Sheraton Parco De' Medici Rome

Surrounded by a 27-hole golf course, this country-style hotel is near the new Trade Fair and only a short ride to Rome and the airport.

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Cristallo, a Luxury Collection Resort & Spa, Cortina d'Ampezzo

Complete relaxation, elegant cuisine, and natural beauty await guests of our resort’s refined facilities and fin de siècle atmosphere.

Sheraton Lake Como Hotel

Discover Lake Como’s captivating beauty in an idyllic setting for working or relaxing amid a private park, a pool, and three restaurants.

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Rome

Rome, the Eternal City, is one of the most visited places on earth.
The sun setting behind a rocky hill in Portopiccolo, Italy with sailboats and crystal clear water in the foreground.

Portopiccolo - Trieste

Portopiccolo is the perfect base for trips across northern Italy.
Boats on Lake Como

Lake Como

All picturesque towns and villages along the lake shore, have their own story to tell.
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Villa Olmo

This extravegant neoclassical villa was originally designed as a summer retreat for the aristocracy, it's now owned by the municipality of Como and remains a top tourist destination.
The golden hour in Venice at San Giorgio Maggiore

San Giorgio Maggiore

Every visitor of Venice recognizes the magnificent view of the San Giorgio Maggiore Island. The bell tower was built in 1791, was designed by Andrea Palladio and it's probably the most photographed sites in the City
a large open Italian city square on a sunny day in Trieste surrounded by beautiful nineteenth century buildings

Piazza Unità d’Italia

The biggest open square on the sea in Europe

The Creator made Italy from designs by Michelangelo.

– Mark Twain