From the hilltops of Tuscany to the canals of Venice, we explore all those areas that make Italy a tourist’s paradise. With a neverending list of must-visit places, it is easier to see why Italy has the most UNESCO World Heritage sites. Rome ranks at the top of the list, boasting its famous Colosseum, Roman Forum, Trevi Fountain and St. Peter’s Basilica. Our expert guide ensures that your time is spent venturing Vatican City instead of queueing up in long lines. Home to the Pope and the Catholic church, the Sistine Chapel with Michelangelo’s timeless paintings is another absolute favourite. With its world-renowned 100 islands, canals, gondolas and beautiful architecture, Venice awaits your visit. The Grand Canal, Rialto Bridge and beautiful Saint Mark’s Basilica are sure to leave you mesmerized. Witness the beauty of Cinque Terra – a string of colourful towns stretched along the azure Italian Riviera. Wake up to a stunning view of the Mediterranean Ocean during your stay in the coastal part of Northern Italy.