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.

Tempio Voltiano

The Tempio Voltiano houses a a museum in the city of Como, Italy. The temple is dedicated to renknowned scientist and the inventor of the electrical battery Alessandro Volta.

Castello di Vezio

Perched well above the the terracotta tiled rootfop town of Varenna, Castello di Vezio offers a commanding views of Lake Como.

Villa del Balbianello

Situated on the western shore of Lake Como, Villa del Balbianello has some of the most elaborate terraced gardens and the most dramatic views of Lake Como.

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.

Villa Carlotta

This magical waterfront villa is home to one of italy's most vived botanical gardens.

Teatro La Fenice

Teatro La Fenice is one of italy's oldest opera houses and the site of some of the most famous operatic premieres.

Mount Etna

Mount Etna is an active stratovolcano on the east coast of Sicily, Italy. It's massive presence ensures that it's a backdrop for many destinations in italy including Catania.

Doge’s Palace

The Doge's Palace rises proudly above the Piazzetta San Marco, this pink and white marble gothic marvel is the true expression of Venetian prosperity.

Castello Ursino

This well preserved and very imposing castle remains a landmark of Cantania. Originally built in the 13th century as a royal castle of the Kingdom of Sicily it's now home to a public museum.

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

– Debra Levinson