A country that is steeped in history, art, and culture.

An Italian holiday is never just a holiday. It’s an adventure that will leave you with memories for a lifetime. From the rich history and stunning architecture of Rome to the relaxed vibe of Venice, and spectacular landscapes of the Amalfi coast—Italy has something for everyone.

Hopeless romantics can walk along the cobblestone streets of the city, holidaymakers can capture the breath-taking views of Europe and history buffs can explore the way of the Roman Empire.

If you’re looking for a way to explore Italy without having to worry about a thing, you don’t have to look further because all our packages bring the best of Italy to the table.

The first package is Essentials, where you explore the three main cities of Italy, Venice, Florence, and Rome. On this itinerary, our lovely guide will take you along the floating wonder of Venice where you’ll dine to Venetian cuisine. We then take you to Florence, marvellous architectural landmarks like the Uffizi Gallery and Florence Cathedral await. A day tour to Pisa is followed, where you can snap pictures of the Leaning Tower of Pisa, before moving on to Rome, where we visit the Colosseum and Forum, two of the most famous buildings in Roman history.

Our Rome and Amalfi Explorer is much more versatile; we begin in the city of Rome, where chapels, museums and historical landmarks will be our focus. From Rome, wander to Pompeii, where we look at the remnants of the historical tragedy and spend four nights in Sorrento. Drive along the Amalfi Coast, introducing you to the gorgeous views and typical little Italian towns. There’s a day trip to Capri, which shows the refreshing sights of Italy as well as a private cooking class at a local farm in Sorrento.

When to Visit Italy?

There’s no bad time to visit Italy since tourists are welcomed all year round. While most people will head over in the summer, if you’re not a fan of hikes in prices and bumping into people, we don’t recommend the busy months of June, July, and August. These months can get terribly busy because a lot of schools are closed, and families rush to Europe for vacations. Instead, we suggest heading to Italy in May since that’s when there aren’t a lot of tourists and hotel bookings are reasonably priced. May also has the best weather; neither too hot nor too cold, but if you’re looking to visit earlier or later, you’ll still have a lot of fun.


  • Best best
  • Good good
  • Mixed Mixed
  • Poor poor
    • ExcellentExcellent
    • Very GoodVery Good
    • Good/MixedGood/Mixed
    • poorPoor
    • Not AdvisedNot Advised

    Helpful hint:

    *Best Month to visit


    • Min Stay
      7 days
    • Best Time to go
      May - September
    • Local Language
    • Capital
    • Currency
      Euro €
    • Time Zone
      GMT +2 hours (Rome is 7 hours ahead of EST)
    • Visa
      Visa free up to 90 days for Australians with passport validity 3 months after their return.

    Our Italy Tours