Journey Through Italy

Florence is a captivating city of Renaissance art and architecture, Capri is a stunning island oasis with crystal-clear waters, Positano is a picturesque coastal town clinging to the cliffs of the Amalfi Coast, and Taormina is a charming Sicilian town perched high above the Ionian Sea with views of Mount Etna.

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Day 1-3 Florence, Italy

Fun-filled Florence, Italy, offers a vibrant blend of history, culture, and exciting experiences that cater to all types of travelers. The city’s rich Renaissance heritage comes alive as visitors explore iconic landmarks like the Florence Cathedral, the Uffizi Gallery, and the Palazzo Vecchio. But Florence is not just about history; it’s a lively city where you can immerse yourself in a lively street scene, bustling markets, and charming cafes. The Mercato Centrale, a bustling food market, entices foodies with its delectable Tuscan delicacies, while the vibrant San Lorenzo Market offers an array of leather goods, souvenirs, and local crafts. Visitors can also join a cooking class to learn the secrets of Italian cuisine or enjoy a relaxing afternoon in the Boboli Gardens. For an adrenaline rush, climbing to the top of the Florence Cathedral’s dome provides breathtaking views of the city, and biking through the picturesque Tuscan countryside offers an unforgettable adventure. Florence’s vibrant nightlife adds to the fun, with live music performances, bars, and clubs where you can dance the night away and create unforgettable memories in this captivating city.

Florence’s fun extends beyond the city’s boundaries, with numerous day trip options to explore the stunning surrounding countryside. Wine lovers can embark on a Tuscan wine tour, visiting local wineries and vineyards to savor the region’s renowned Chianti and Brunello wines. Adventurers can hike in the nearby hills or take a thrilling drive along the winding roads of the Chianti region.  Whether you’re a history enthusiast, a food lover, an outdoor adventurer, or simply someone looking for a good time, Florence’s lively and diverse offerings ensure that fun is never in short supply in this enchanting Italian city.

ACCOMMODATIONS: Brunelleschi Hotel

Amongst all the various hotels in Florence, Brunelleschi Hotel is the only one that was created within a circular Byzantin tower of the 6th century and a medieval church, entirely reconstructed with a special care for maintaining the original characteristics of the two buildings.

Situated in the very heart of the city, this boutique hotel offers not only 2 restaurants, a private museum, 3 meeting areas, a gym and 96 rooms and suites, but also the possibility to reach the city center on foot: as we all very well know, one can truly appreciate the beauty of Florence only walking around and enjoying everything that the city has to offer architectural and monuments-wise.

Activities in Florence


Day 4-5 Capri, Italy

Nestled along the rugged Amalfi Coast of Italy, Capri is a mesmerizing island paradise that exudes elegance and charm. Renowned for its breathtaking beauty and azure waters, this enchanting destination has captivated travelers for centuries. The island’s iconic landmarks, such as the dramatic Faraglioni rock formations and the splendid Blue Grotto, leave visitors in awe of nature’s marvels. The picturesque village of Anacapri, with its quaint streets and boutique shops, offers a glimpse into traditional Italian life. Capri’s allure extends beyond its natural wonders, as the island has long been a haven for artists, intellectuals, and celebrities, who have sought inspiration and relaxation in its serene ambiance. From strolling through fragrant lemon groves to savoring delectable Mediterranean cuisine in charming cafés, every moment in Capri is an invitation to indulge in la dolce vita.

As the sun sets over the Tyrrhenian Sea, Capri transforms into an enchanting nocturnal wonderland. The vibrant nightlife comes alive with chic bars and upscale clubs, where the jet-set crowd mingles and revels in the island’s glamorous ambiance. Whether sipping on a refreshing limoncello or dancing under the starry skies, the nights in Capri exude an irresistible allure. Visitors can explore ancient Roman ruins like Villa Jovis or simply wander the narrow streets of Capri town to uncover hidden gems and delightful surprises around every corner. With its breathtaking scenery, rich history, and indulgent offerings, Capri remains an idyllic retreat that continues to enchant travelers seeking a taste of paradise on the Amalfi Coast.

ACCOMMODATIONS: Hotel Punta Tragara

The spectacle of the Faraglioni. The charm of Marina Piccola. The contours of the Amalfi Coast. And all the blue and white beauty of Capri as far as the eye can see. This is the panorama unfolding before you the terrace at Punta Tragara: an exclusive period residence overlooking the sea designed by the legendary Le Corbusier, who envisioned it as a magical place “to heal your body, your soul and your mind”.

With immense beauty all around you, the gentle breeze carries a scent of sea salt, of trees, of flowers. Our island – rich in history, where time seems to stand still – offers itself to you. This is the magic of Punta Tragara.

Sea, sky. Nature, the soul. Inside as well as out. In the suites and rooms of Punta Tragara, Capri’s signature sunlight hits the terraces and the large windows, becoming one with the stylish interiors, a delightful mix of the traditional and the contemporary, designed down to the last detail to give our guests privacy, comfort and excellent service.

Activities in Capri


Day 6-9 Positano, Italy

Nestled along the stunning Amalfi Coast of Italy, Positano is a picturesque and enchanting village that beckons travelers with its breathtaking beauty and relaxed Mediterranean charm. The iconic pastel-colored buildings seemingly cling to the cliffs, creating a postcard-perfect panorama that has captured the hearts of visitors for generations. Wandering through its narrow streets, lined with bougainvillea-laden balconies and charming boutiques, evokes a sense of timelessness and romance. The pebble beaches, such as Spiaggia Grande and Fornillo, invite visitors to bask in the warm sun and dip their toes in the crystal-clear waters of the Tyrrhenian Sea. From savoring delectable local cuisine at cliffside restaurants to watching the sun set over the horizon from a cozy terrace, Positano offers an idyllic escape where travelers can immerse themselves in the dolce vita lifestyle and experience an unforgettable taste of the Amalfi Coast’s allure.

Positano’s allure goes beyond its stunning scenery, as it also boasts a rich history and cultural heritage. The village’s origins date back to ancient times, and remnants of its past can be explored through landmarks like the Church of Santa Maria Assunta, with its iconic dome adorned with colorful majolica tiles. Throughout the year, vibrant festivals and events showcase the region’s traditions, adding a touch of authenticity and local flavor to the visitor’s experience. Positano’s charm lies not only in its natural beauty but also in the warmth and hospitality of its residents, who welcome travelers with open arms and a genuine sense of Italian hospitality. Whether embarking on a romantic getaway, indulging in a solo adventure, or exploring with family and friends, Positano promises an unforgettable escape filled with beauty, culture, and the essence of la dolce vita.

ACCOMMODATIONS: Le Agavi Hotel Positano

In the heart of the Amalfi Coast, Le Agavi is the first hotel you meet as soon as you arrive in Positano. An enchanted country, which rises from the sea to the clouds. The Refuge of Infinity.

Located on the beautiful Amalfi Coast, Le Agavi is an exclusive 5-star hotel offering breathtaking panoramic views of the sea and the town of Positano. The hotel is located on a hill overlooking the Gulf of Salerno and boasts an elegant and refined architecture that blends perfectly with the surrounding nature.


Activities in Positano


Day 10 Palermo, Sicily

Palermo, the vibrant capital city of Sicily, is a mesmerizing blend of ancient history, diverse culture, and Mediterranean charm. As one of Italy’s oldest cities, Palermo boasts a rich tapestry of historical landmarks, including the majestic Palermo Cathedral, the Norman Palace, and the impressive Palatine Chapel, showcasing an exquisite fusion of architectural styles from different periods. Wandering through the labyrinthine streets of the historic center, visitors will encounter bustling markets, colorful facades, and hidden gems like the Quattro Canti square and the Fontana Pretoria, adding to the city’s enchanting allure.

Beyond its historical wonders, Palermo offers a vibrant culinary scene, with its delectable street food, fresh seafood, and mouthwatering pastries. The local markets, such as Ballarò and Vucciria, offer an authentic taste of Sicilian flavors, while the city’s restaurants serve up traditional dishes like pasta alla Norma and arancini. Palermo’s lively atmosphere extends to its lively piazzas, where locals and visitors come together to enjoy the pleasant Mediterranean climate, indulge in gelato, and soak in the city’s vibrant energy. With its fascinating history, gastronomic delights, and warm hospitality, Palermo promises an unforgettable experience for anyone seeking an authentic taste of Sicily’s captivating spirit.

ACCOMMODATIONS: Palazzo Brunaccini

Palazzo Brunaccini is a 17-room boutique hotel with a restaurant, an interior courtyard and a meeting room. Our maison is located in the heart of the historic center of Palermo. It was belonged to Princess Lucrezia Brunaccini and thanks to a careful work of recovery, today is a modern structure where the charm of history and the elegance of design.

The hospitality and professionalism of the staff, the strategic location behind the market of Ballarò and a short walk distance from the main UNESCO sites of Palermo, make this hotel the ideal choice for those who want to visit the city on foot, discovering the most vital and cosmopolitan part. Comfort, modernity and small luxuries: the chic and romantic details, the Deluxe rooms with Jacuzzi and our creative traditional cuisine make Palazzo Brunaccini the perfect hotel also for a romantic getaway or for honeymooners.

Activities in Palermo, Sicily


Day 11-15 Taormina, Sicily

Nestled high on the cliffs of the eastern coast of Sicily, Taormina is a picturesque town that exudes timeless charm and breathtaking beauty. With stunning views of the Ionian Sea and the imposing Mount Etna in the background, Taormina offers a truly enchanting setting. The town is famed for its ancient Greek theater, Teatro Antico di Taormina, which sits majestically overlooking the sea. This well-preserved amphitheater hosts concerts and performances, providing an unforgettable experience amidst a historical masterpiece. Taormina’s cobbled streets are adorned with colorful flowers and lead to charming squares, elegant boutiques, and traditional trattorias. Visitors can wander through the medieval quarter, explore the lush gardens of Villa Comunale, and take in the panorama from the iconic Piazza IX Aprile, a vantage point offering sweeping views of the coastline and the distant horizon. With its romantic ambiance, cultural richness, and awe-inspiring landscapes, Taormina is an alluring destination that captures the hearts of travelers from around the world.

Taormina’s allure extends beyond its architectural wonders, as its beaches and natural surroundings are equally captivating. The nearby Isola Bella, a tiny island nature reserve connected to the mainland by a thin strip of land, offers pristine beaches and crystal-clear waters that are perfect for swimming and snorkeling. For those seeking adventure, hiking trails around Mount Etna present opportunities to explore the fascinating volcanic landscapes and witness incredible views from the summit. From indulging in Sicilian cuisine and wines to strolling through its historic alleyways or simply relaxing by the sea, Taormina beckons travelers with a mix of relaxation, culture, and adventure, making it an unforgettable destination that leaves a lasting impression on everyone fortunate enough to experience its magic.

ACCOMMODATIONS: Palazzo Vecchio Taormina

A 5-star boutique hotel in the heart of Taormina

Palazzo Vecchio Taormina, over 600 years of history in a timeless historic building, where the Catalan Gothic style and every modern comfort coexist.
A residence entirely dedicated to the most traditional and exclusive hospitality of the island of Sicily.

Refreshed by the sea breeze, enchanted by the harmony of Isola Bella, surrounded by a millenary history, subjugated by the energy of the Volcano, cloaked in pure elegance, Taormina is all this.
Palazzo Vecchio is the boutique hotel in which to fully experience Taormina.

Activities in Taormina, Sicily


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