Why Italy Should Be on Your Travel Bucket list

When it comes to travelling, especially if you want to take your family away for a relaxing break, then Italy can be a great choice as it has something for everyone. From busy city destinations to hiding yourself away in the Tuscan rolling hills you’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to exploring this beautiful country. Be warned, once you’ve been you’ll find it hard to stay away.

The food

You can’t talk about Italy being on your travel bucket list without mentioning the food. It’s what Italy is known for, the delicious range of food available has everyone catered for, even the fussiest of eaters. If you’re in need of some inspiration when it comes to food in Italy, then this ultimate food guide has got you covered! Whilst each region has its own speciality when it comes to cuisine, you know you’re going to get a good meal when it comes to the classic pasta dishes, which the country is known for.
The landscape

There’s such a vast landscape within Italy, which makes it a great destination all year round. From sunning yourself in the Summer months to skiing in the Winter and all the beautiful seasons in between. Depending on what time of year you go, you’ll be sure to find somewhere that’s perfect for entertaining the whole family. If staying in one place for your whole trip doesn’t appeal to you, then Italy is perfect for touring around, especially if you want to see some of the city sights but also relax in the country too. If you stay close to Lake Garda, which is perfect for chilled out days by the water, you can easily access beautiful cities such as Venice by train. Why not set up a base for a week in an A & K luxury villa and plan in some sightseeing days to mix things up, you’ll be able to experience more and you get the most out of your holiday.

Easy to get to and around

One of the appealing benefits of Italy is that it doesn’t take too long to get to as it’s within central Europe, so you don’t have to worry about taking a long-haul flight, which can sometimes be off-putting for a destination. Especially if you normally only have the school holidays to work with, loosing too much time to travel isn’t something you want. It also has some great transport links which means you’re able to get around quite easily, the trains are clean and reasonably priced. So if you fancy doing any day trips or you want to use them to travel around, it’s super easy. You could also rent yourself a car if you fancy taking the more scenic routes as it’s easy to navigate your way around.

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