Italy is many things: gastronomy, history, craftsmanship, heritage, nature and landscapes of a thousand colors. It is an ideal destination for a stay with family, friends or your significant other. But before you think about getting away on the gondolas of Venice or imagining yourself taking photos in front of the Colosseum in Rome, you must first focus on how to prepare for your trip to Italy.
Some of the best things to see in Italy
Every region of Italy offers something amazing: beaches and cliffs with pure, transparent water, incredible mountains both in the North and along the length of the country, stunning landscapes of the Tuscany hills, a myriad of islands and all the monuments in the cities. It can be difficult to select something in particular, but we will try to help. Many travel agencies, such as Romecabs, offer peculiar tours: you can book your stay in Rome (the city you can’t miss) and enjoy a one day tour through the hills of Cortona and Arezzo, in Tuscany. A Cortona and Arezzo Day Tour will show you one of the most beautiful landscapes in Italy: the countryside in Tuscany has always been an inspiration for poets and artists and we are sure you will be amazed by its panoramas. The tour offered by Romecabs begins from your accommodation in Rome, so that you can visit Cortona and Arezzo in one day and be back in the city by the evening.
Rome is the capital of Italy and one of the most visited cities in the world. If you are planning a trip to Italy, you cannot miss it. Rome is well connected with the rest of Italian cities, so it would be very easy to visit Venice or Naples after spending some days in the capital. However, we recommend you to create an itinerary, so that you have an idea of what to see and how many days to spend in a single place.
When to go to Italy
Italy is a country that can be visited all year round, so if you are wondering how to choose the right time, it will be according to your preferences. But if we had to give you advice on this point, it would be to leave in autumn or spring, so you can avoid the crowd of tourists, and the rise in prices as well. Of course, if you love skiing, you should opt for the winter season in a beautiful location on the Alps, especially the famous ones on the Dolomites, such as Cortina d’Ampezzo, Ortisei, Madonna di Campiglio, Folgarida or San Martino di Castrozza.
In any case, it is important that you know the climate you are going to find in each region in order to be perfectly prepared for your trip.