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Italy is so diverse that only a multi centre trip can capture the essence of the whole country in one holiday. With Italy's superb rail network and range of internal flights, both of which we can arrange and book for you, creating a multi centre trip is easy and cost effective.

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  • If you want to head to Italy but don't want to spend hours at the airport, take the train from the UK. Once you arrive, jump on a Trenitalia train and experience magnificent Italian sights, from a trip to the tranquil rolling hills of Tuscany to a visit to historic Roma. It's an authentic and flexible way to experience Italy. Erin - Multi Centre Expert
  • Italian architecture is like a good wine; it's only gotten better with age. From the ancient Roman cities to the influence the Renaissance architectural movement had on the rest of Europe, Italy has an estimated 100,000 monuments to explore. Artan - Multi Centre Expert
  • Italy has to be one of my favourite places to go for great cuisine and wine. Every time I visit I look forward to what culinary delights will be in store, from experiencing handmade pizza in Pisa with a glass of Tuscan red to relaxing by the coast with a bowl of the famous Italian gelato. Raghavendra - Multi Centre Expert
  • Whether driving past rolling hills, glorious mountains, stunning beaches or charming medieval towns, there is no better way to experience the full the diversity of Italian scenery than in a car. The colours and flavours on offer give you a taste of authentic Italian life. Romina - Multi Centre Expert
  • The Italian cities are the most characteristic in the world. I had the pleasure of visiting Venice, Florence and Rome in one trip. From experiencing a gondola trip on the blue lagoons of Venice, to lighting a candle in the breathtaking grand Duomo of Florence, ending with throwing a coin in the Trevi fountain wishing to return back to Rome, each city is so individual and combining all three really does make it a trip of a lifetime. Beki - Multi Centre Expert