It comes as no surprise that a country so rich in history also has a wealth of museums.

Verona is full of charm, culture and romance. But what are some of the not to well known things you can get up to on your visit?

Where to escape from the city in enchanting medieval Umbria.

 

There are a million and one reasons to hop in the car or board the next train in Italy, and we're here to give you one more - and then some.

There's no other place in the world quite like Cinque Terre.

Enjoy spectacular views of the Ligurian sea when you hike these four central Cinque Terre trails. Make sure that you stop at the different villages to sample the fresh seafood and locally made wine.

 

Aside from being one of the largest metropolises of the Mediterranean it is one of the culinary powerhouses of Southern Italy, the birthplace of pizza and spaghetti. Naples, nicknamed ‘the city of the sun,’ is not a place you or your taste buds are going to want to miss.

You can travel for the day to Como or make it your weekend destination. Either way, we have to say it's a grand idea. LUXOS recommends lakeside activities for the well-travelled, looking for leisure and Italian hospitality in this star-studded, historic destination.

Where is the most romantic city in Italy? Some would say Rome, others claim cupid to live among the canals of Venice and then there are fans of Capri. Each one of these glorious landmark sites have their respective place in our hearts, but we can never forget where unrequited, powerful love was not only recorded but staged for hundreds of years.

Have you ever wondered what sits at the heel of Italy? While everyone flocks to the resorts around Naples and Capri, Italians have reveled in the glorious handmade food and blessed, lush nature and seashores in this part of the country for years. If you have only 24 hours to discover Lecce, this guide will help you.