Top Attractions

We’ve carefully curated a collection of the best travel attractions across Italy. From the epic Colosseum, Piazza della Signoria in the heart of Florence, to the other worldly villas of Lake Como you’ll be sure to find something which makes your next trip to Italy a memorable one.

Spectacular pink fireworks during the festa season in Malta

Festa time

The festa season in Malta is made up of a long series of extended weekends, starting from the end of May right through the entire summer and well into September.
Aerial of Yacht in a crystal clear Blue Lagoon, off Comino

Underwater Malta

The crystal clear sea around the Maltese Islands is perfect for swimmers, both on and below the surface.
the beautiful sands and pristine coastline of Ramla Bay, Gozo

The island of Gozo

Gozo is known for its picturesque scenery, pristine coastline and untouched country trails.
Aerial view of the walled city of Mdina at sunrise

Mdina

The walled city of Mdina, located on a hillside at the centre of Malta was once the Island’s capital. Its history is as old as that of the island and can be traced back more than 4,000 years.
skyline view of Valletta, the Capital of Malta

Valletta

Valletta, the Capital of Malta, is a walking city. In addition to the Palace of the Grand Masters and St. John’s Co-Cathedral, the bustling city and commercial centre has a wealth of Baroque architecture, ‘palazzi’, churches and museums.
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
Sunset view of Rialto Bridge in Venice

Rialto Bridge

The Rialto Bridge is the true heart of Venice, the oldest of the four bridges spanning the Grand Canal in Venice that connecting San Marco with San Polo.

One of the great joys of traveling through Italy is discovering firsthand that it is, indeed, a dream destination.

– Debra Levinson