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The Amalfi Coast

Recognised by UNESCO as an example of outstanding Mediterranean landscape, the impossibly pretty Amalfi Coast is utterly enchanting. Dramatic verdant mountains plunge down into bright blue water, which surround curves and coves as far as the eye can see. Picturesque and colourful towns play host to hotels full of character, and restaurants serving the country's finest cuisine.

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Sicily

Sandy beaches, ancient stone buildings, soaring mountains, and brightly-coloured towns are all on show in Sicily. The locals of Italy's largest island are an incredibly proud bunch, especially when it comes to food. Most dishes make use of local produce such as olives, oranges, lemons, aubergines, pistachios, and almonds, while the wine is bold and full-bodied.

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Tuscany

With its medieval Ponte Vecchio bridge, Michelangelo's famous statue of David, and the magnificent Duomo, Florence is the jewel in the crown of Tuscany. If you head outside the city and you'll be rewarded with vine-covered hills, cypress woods, sunflower fields, and charming hilltop villages. A tasting session of Chianti, the best-known Italian wine, is an essential itinerary item.

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Rome

Bursting at the seams with art, architecture, history, and heritage, Rome has almost-boundless attractions. From the mighty Colosseum and storied Spanish Steps, to the marvellous St Peter's Basilica and beautiful Trevi Fountain, you'll find yourself going from one awe-inspiring experience to another. Stop in a palazzo-side cafe, order Aperol Spritz, and enjoy the spellbinding atmosphere of Rome.

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Venice

Sitting on a group of 118 small islands, linked by bridges in a shoreline lagoon, Venice is a work of art in itself and a UNESCO World Heritage site. Take a gondola ride down the city's most beautiful water-boulevard, the Grand Canal, to marvel at the magical, floating buildings of Serenissima.

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