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For your next trip to Italy avoid senseless hotel bills and unpleasant poor service surprises and rent an apartment or a house for your holidays: you will feel home everywhere. Experience the life of Italian people and learn everything about them. Get to know their unique lifestyle and fine taste and rent a villa in Italy.
Travelling across northern Italy offers the possibility to visit thousands of cultural treasures and to admire so many marvelous and different natural landscapes. You would never guess that the mighty landscape of Italian Alps, from Aosta Valley (Valle d’Aosta) and its pearls Cervinia and Courmayeur to Dolomites and Cortina d’Ampezzo, is the crown of a pleasant and calm land, the Pianura Padana, crossed by the river Po. Discover Milan, Turin Venice and Genoa proud towns of art and history, they will enchant you by the richness of their treasures, museums, cathedrals and fabulous ancient buildings. Italian lakes are known all over the world for their natural beauty and the best way to visit this region is renting a car to drive from Lake Maggiore (Lago Maggiore) to Lake Garda (Lago di Garda). Along your way you could book a vacation rental and you will only find exclusive 17th century villas with private access to the lakes and magnificent villages on the hills. Visit Bellagio on the Lake Como (Lago di Como), Stresa and its islands on the Lake Maggiore and Sirmione or Gardone Riviera on the Lake Garda.
Etruscan civilization spread all over central Italy, from Tuscany to Latium. Visit Tarquinia and Cerveteri and their sacred hills hiding number of Etruscan necropolis and fabulously decorated burial tombs. These important archaeological sites in central Italy witness of the past glory of Etruscans and prove that their funerary cults were extremely similar to those of Egyptian and Mesopotamian cultures. Visit Tuscany and its towns Florence, Pisa, Arezzo and Siena and rent a farm on the hills of Fiesole or San Gimignano to visit the region. Rent a house in Rome for your Italian vacations and walk through Roman ruins, temples and imperial mansions. Visit the Colosseum (Colosseo) and the baroque churches which can be found at any corner of this magic town, you will soon get familiar with the unique lifestyle of Rome and understand why it is not only the capital of Italy but also the capital of the Dolce Vita. Rent a Vespa scooter to visit Rome and its seven hills, from one masterpiece of Michelangelo to a fine arts collection of Caravaggio paintings and take a break for an aperitivo or a glass of red Martini in Piazza Navona or Piazza del Pantheon in front of a fountain. Close your eyes and just hear the sound of water falling from the mouth of stone and bronze tritons masterpieces of Lorenzo Bernini: this is indeed the sweet sound of Rome you are hearing. After a whole day of cultural tours spent in museums and baroque churches, have dinner on a terrace in Piazza di Spagna by the Villa Borghese. Start another day with a breakfast at Caffé Greco and visit Via dei Condotti and Piazza del Popolo after which you can still spend the whole afternoon shopping in Via Veneto or Via del Corso and visiting art galleries in via Margutta before having dinner in Trastevere, colourful area of Rome crowded with restaurants, medieval churches and tourists. There is nothing like a sunset on Rome roofs: rent a holiday flat in Rome and find out the magic colors and atmosphere of its evenings. Central Italy still has many surprises for you: visit Urbino, Assisi, Perugia and Orvieto and discover a land of pleasant green hills, roman abbeys and ancient farms where fine Italian red and white wines are prepared according to an old local tradition. Climb the hills to reach one of the many ancient medieval villages spread across the region and walk within their mighty walls and high towers.
Southern Italy is the cradle of Greek culture and civilization which are still pretty much alive in the island and witnessed by the presence of so many important archaeological sites. Greek philosophy has widely contributed to the building of a life attitude in this part of Italy easily traceable in the psychology and manners of its people, so passionate and hot and at the same time, so skeptical and fatalist. In other words living amongst south Italian people means living in a Greek tragedy. Visit Naples and its bay with Sorrento and the islands of Capri and Ischia. This magnificent seaside resorts have become so famous worldwide that they are compared to a natural permanent red carpet for all the “beautiful people” of the world. Sicilian Greek temples were built near Agrigento, Taormina and Siracusa and they still stand out in the wild natural environment of the island as living symbols of ancient myths and obscure natural forces. Southern Italy is also the eternal land of volcano mountains with the Vesuvio, silently dominating the bay of Naples. Its strength and fire destroyed Pompei and Ercolano (Herculaneum) exclusive vacation resorts of Roman Emperors and rich representatives of the Empire. Sicily too has its legendary volcano Etna as well as the Stromboli. Visit Southern Italy and get to know that its people is hot and passionate like the fire burning in a volcano. Rent a pool villa in Sardinia, in the exclusive Costa Smeralda in one of its exclusive seaside resorts where all VIP love shopping and nightclubbing before getting back to their large yachts. Don’t leave Southern Italy without visiting the Gargano region in the Puglie, a real sample of Greece within Italy with its white immaculate houses on the high rocks overlooking a blue cobalt sea.