Italy Escorted Tours

Escorted Tours and Holidays to Italy

We have a fantastic selection of escorted touring holidays to Italy departing from the UK by coach or air. Visit iconic Italian location, explore ancient ruins in Rome and discover archaeological wonder of Pompeii.

If you are looking for relaxing holidays with great views then our escorted tours to Italian Lakes will be a perfect choice. Lake Como, Lake Garda or Lake Maggiore are all awesome place to unwind and enjoy the Alpine nature. For more authentic experiences of Italy we offer award-winning touring holidays to rustic Tuscany with its rolling hills, olive groves and vineyards.

This is Italy, dramatic, beautiful and vibrant, with tradition and culture.

More Places to Visit in Italy

Sicily 
Sicily is the largest island in the Mediterranean Sea. Once considered a crucial trade point in ancient times it is today one of the most beautiful islands, with marvellous, densely mountainous landscapes, including the fascinating Mount Edna, and unique, imposing architectonic designs. Owing to this, Sicily is home to a number of UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Milan
Not far off the Swiss border lies Milan, one of Italian's most important economical centres. During the Romantic period the city was a major cultural centre in Europe attracting composers such as Giuseppe Verdi and artists alike. As a cosmopolitan city the city has emerged as the world's Capital of fashion and design. It combines cultural heritage and legacy with a vibrant nightlife.

Naples
On Italy's west coast lies the beautiful town of Naples. Founded in 900 BC the cosy town offers Italian atmosphere extraordinaire. Although heavily bombed during the war the city's imposing attractions have been renovated completely. Naples is home to many important galleries and museums, displaying important pieces of Roman and European culture. Its historic Old Town is an approved World Heritage Site by the UNESCO.

Venice
The Floating City of Venice is located in the Po Delta in the Northern-Italian region of Veneto. The romantic lagoon invites its visitors to stroll about the small pavements along the bustling canals. As the birthplace of composer Antonio Vivaldi Venice, of course, has played an important role in both symphonic and operatic music. Moreover, during the middle ages Venice has been an important maritime power and an important centre of trade and commerce. Nowadays, it has emerged as a trendsetting city and is home to numerous high-end boutiques, as well as romantic cafes and imposing architectonic attractions.

Turin
Surrounded by the Alps on the Po's river bank lies Turin, the cultural and business centre of Northern Italy. The city is known for its rich piazzas, well-decorated churches, delicious restaurants and most comprehensive galleries. Along with its baroque, rococo and neo-classical architecture, Turin is a flourishing, cosmopolitan city. Furthermore the city hosts some of the most acknowledged Universities and most prestigious museums. Its industry gave Turin the nickname 'Detroit of Italy'.