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- Amalfi Coast
- Cortina d'Ampezzo
- Forte dei Marmi
- La Salle
- Lake Como
- Lake Garda
- Lake Maggiore
- Sorrento Coast
- South Tyrol
- Southern Italy
- Valle Aurina
- Vico Equense
Currency: Euro (in €5, €10, €20, €50, €100, €200 and €500 notes).
Cuisine: The power of three: olive oil, fresh vegetables and herbs. You’ll also find antipasti, pizzas and pastas; each region has its own specialities and signature dishes – enjoy.
Tipping etiquette: It’s not expected but polite to do so. 10% is usual.
Transport: For a truly tailored experience, hire your own car and explore Italy’s dramatic scenery and rich culture.
WHEN TO GO
Like most European countries, Italy is hot in summer and cold in winter – particularly in the north where glamorous alpine ski resorts buzz from November to March. For the rest of the year, the climate is ideal for floating on the Med, al fresco fine dining, private hillside concerts, exclusive boutiques or just lying by the pool sipping a spritz.
Pack light. Most places are peppered with fashion boutiques and the spring and autumn sales are unmissable.
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