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We've got five new Escorted tours on sale now for 2019. Discover sites such as Pompeii and Mount Vesuvius, learn to cook fresh pasta in Puglia or try local wines at a traditional winery in Sicily. With our expert local guides simply bursting with knowledge and a maximum of only 18 people per tour, you'll be able to discover Italy like never before.
Citalia's most popular escorted tour through Puglia allows you to experience unexplored corners of Italy, while having an english speaking guide.
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Enjoy the cities of Tuscany Florence, Siena and Pisa with a city expert, explore the Tuscany countryside vineyards or relax on the coastline - every area of Tuscany is simply stunning.
You’ll be based in the White City of Ostuni and enjoy guided tours of Alberbello, Lecce and Bari amongst others. Learn how to make Puglia’s typical pasta, orecchiette, and enjoy an olive oil tasting.
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Italy is an incredibly diverse country, with historical cities, picturesque lakes, stunning coastline and rolling countryside. In the north of the country it’s all about stunning scenery, with the majestic Dolomites and mountain-backed lakes. Venice, Verona and Milan are all found here, making it a great place for a city break as well. A little way south you’ll find Liguria, edged by some of Italy’s most beautiful beaches, and the foodie region of Emilia-Romagna. They’re followed by Tuscany and Umbria, where vineyard-striped countryside and hilltop towns are the order of the day. Tuscany is also home to Florence, with its distinctive Renaissance dome and world-famous art galleries.
Travel further south and you’ll hit Rome, a city filled with ancient sites and grand monuments, followed by Campania, a region that’s home to vibrant Naples, peaceful Cilento, and the spectacular Amalfi Coast, not to mention the lovely seaside town of Sorrento. In the far south (the heel of the 'boot') is Puglia, an unspoilt region with sandy beaches, pretty towns and delicious food. Italy’s islands are also well worth visiting. Sicily offers a real mix of culture, history and scenery, making it a top spot for a self-drive holiday, while Sardinia is famous for its white-sand beaches and family-friendly resorts. Wherever you choose to explore, we’d love to pair you with your dream holiday to Italy.