Destinations in Italy

Top 7 Results for Boutique Hotels in Italy

— Sicily, Italy

(Rated 9.9, 94 reviews)
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One of our top picks in Sciacca – and a guest favourite. Located in Sciacca, Le Maestranze Deluxe Rooms features a bar, shared lounge, terrace, and ...

— Sicily, Italy

(Rated 9.8, 104 reviews)
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One of our top picks in Catania – and a guest favourite. Palazzo Marletta - House Hotel is set at the heart of Catania, a few steps from Sant'Agata ...

— Sicily, Italy

(Rated 9.8, 202 reviews)
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One of our top picks in Santa Marina Salina – and a guest favourite. Located on the sea promenade in Santa Marina Salina, Hotel Punta Barone offers ...

— Sicily, Italy

(Rated 9.7, 82 reviews)
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One of our top picks in Taormina – and a guest favourite. Set in Taormina, Iancu Charme Apartments offers accommodation with a patio or a balcony, f ...

— Sicily, Italy

(Rated 9.7, 13 reviews)
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One of our top picks in Porticello – and a guest favourite. Featuring a seasonal outdoor swimming pool, a garden, and barbecue facilities, Villa Maj ...

(Rated 9.7, 29 reviews)
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Set 13 km from the centre of Olbia, Casagliana Suite Resort provides 4-star apartHotel with access to a garden and an outdoor swimming pool. Free WiFi ...

— Venice, Italy

(Rated 9.7, 439 reviews)
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Offering 19th century Venetian styling, Hotel Moresco is just a 5-minute walk from Piazzale Roma. With free Wi-Fi, its elegant rooms are a luxurious m ...

Italy - The Land Of Divine Art And Culture

Italy is famous for many things. Stunning architecture, innovative fashion and impeccable cuisine, just to name a few. Let’s start with that unmistakable food. When it comes to local delicacies it doesn’t get much better than one of Italy’s greatest exports: Pizza. The most famous pizza to try in Italy is the “pizza napoletana” a delicious slice with a soft chewy dough and prominent flaky crust. Italy’s contribution to art is also legendary, with works by household names like Michelangelo, Leonardo Da Vinci, Titian, Caravaggio and Bernini. Italy’s artistic flair can be seen all over the country. Marvel at the glorious sculptures and paintings in the museums, and witness more artistic wonders in the architecture of the churches, historical residences, castles and city streets. The hot tourist spots in Italy include: Florence - home to Michelangelo’s "David,” Venice - the city of canals, and the fashion capital of Italy - Milan. You also can’t do Italy without seeing the Colosseum in Rome. This massive amphitheatre once held gladiator battles, sea battles and more. Other popular attractions include the Milan Cathedral in Northern Italy, which took six centuries to complete, and the Pantheon in Rome, a spectacular temple dedicated to the gods of Pagan Rome.

Travel Italy

Marvel At The Mighty Colosseum

The Colosseum (also known as the Flavian Amphitheater) represents the peak of Roman engineering and architecture. Back in 1st century AD when it was built, it was home to events like gladiator fights and water battles. The great amphitheatre also had three tiers of seats and held up to 50,000 spectators. Today the Colosseum remains one of Rome’s most popular attractions and offers guided tours in Italian, English and Spanish.

Explore Italy And The Ruins Of Pompeii

The ruins of Pompeii are all that remains of this once great city, which was home to more than 10,000 people. This was before Mount Vesuvius erupted and wiped out most of the landscape. When you visit this UNESCO world heritage site, you can view the remains of the desolated temples, houses and baths. Some are even still relatively well preserved, which speaks to the quality of Roman architecture.

Snap A Pic With The Leaning Tower Of Pisa

Another must see monument in Italy is the quirky Leaning Tower of Pisa. You’ll find this towering structure (famous for the flaw in the way it leans) in the Piazza del Duomo. Take a classic “leaning” photograph outside, and climb 294 steps to the top of the tower for a stunning view of Pisa below.

Tips and Travel Information For Italy

Money The lira was originally the currency in Italy until it was replaced by the euro (€) in 1999. When it comes to paying for goods, you’ll find ATMs everywhere in Italy. If you want to take cash out it’s a good idea to use a debit card, as credit cards will usually incur a cash advance fee when you withdraw money. Getting Around in Italy The way you travel around Italy can have a big impact on your experience. Trains are one of the more affordable options, renting a car is also great if you want more freedom. If all else fails, do as the Italians do, and hop on a Vespa - an Italian scooter made by Piaggio. Best Time To Visit Peak Season (Jul - Aug) Moderate (Apr - Jun & Sep - Oct) Quiet Season (Nov - Mar) High season is Italy lies between the months of July and August. During this time expect queues at popular tourist destinations, especially in August. Prices also tend to increase during holiday seasons like Christmas and New Year. Low season in Italy is between November and March. During this time prices can be 30% lower than they are during high season. Just be aware many sights and hotels may be closed, especially in coastal and mountainous areas.

Find Boutique Hotels In Italy

Stay somewhere just as inspiring as the country you’re visiting. Check out our selection of boutique hotels located in Italy.