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A true timeless classic and one that should be on everyone’s wish list, The Eternal City is a treasure trove of cultural and gastronomic delights.
This famous region of Italy is jam-packed with ancient hilltop towns, luxurious castello and idyllic landscapes of cypress trees, olive groves, vineyards and rolling hills stretching out as far as the eye can see.
Quite unlike anywhere else in Italy, the Amalfi Coast boasts dramatic sheer cliffs that appear to plunge straight into the azure waters of the Mediterranean. Dotted along the coastline are various charming villages such as Positano or Amalfi and the hilltop Ravello with its bird’s eye view right along the coast.
The City of the Medicis is steeped in history and was once the wealthiest city on earth. Often referred to as The Cradle of the Renaissance, that's quite some title to live up to. It really was thanks to the influence of the Medici, though, that Florence attracted so many of Italy’s finest artists, politicians, theologians and writers, whose inspiration and works have made the city into one of Europe’s most treasured.
Offering a fantastic diversity of landscapes, vistas and experiences, Northern Italy is also an ideal destination for any short break or introduction to Italy.
Due to its strategic location and having played a fundamental part in both Greek and Roman history, Sicily is overflowing with ancient ruins and historical sites. Beyond these, the island boasts a dramatic coastline with idyllic beaches and sublime cuisine.
The second largest island in the Mediterranean, Sardinia is renowned for its stunning coastline with picture-perfect, white-sand beaches and bright turquoise waters.
Venice is, unsurprisingly, known as the city of water and is thought to be one of the most romantic places on earth, for good reason.
Many fashion designers draw inspiration from global destinations. These worldwide locations act as a muse for a variety of collections. The relationship between designer and location doesn’t end after the conception of the idea, it stays bound even later on, often the location acts as a host to fashion shows, the clothing acting as a
The exciting reopening of Belmond’s Italian hotels is mirrored in the unique and wonderful opportunities in the surrounding culture. These exclusive experiences are made possible by us at the Private Travel Company and the members of the concierge team at each of the Belmond properties. The array of experiences on offer is extremely diverse and