Italy’s central region and home to the capital city of Rome, Lazio offers sandy beaches, small mountains, medieval towns, lakes, and archeological sites. This destination is a must-see for history buffs and art lovers.


Renowned for its food, wine, towns, and countryside, Tuscany is famous for the bounty of the region. If you are looking for a quintessential Italian getaway, look no further, Tuscany has it all.


Located next to Tuscany, Umbria also offers gorgeous countryside, hilltop towns, olive and wine vineyards, and a history that reaches back to the Etruscans. Umbria is a little less touristy than Tuscany and a great choice if you’re looking to get farther away from the crowds.


A wealthy region that spans the north of the country, Emilia-Romagna covers cities including Bologna, Ferrara, and Modena. This is the region to visit for some of Italy’s most famous cuisine, most beautiful coastlines, and Renaissance cities.


One of Italy’s most developed regions, this region produces some of Italy’s most famous wines including Prosecco, Valpolicella, and Soave. The region’s most popular towns to visit include Venice, Verona, Vicenza, Belluno, and Padua.

Trentino-Alto Aldige

This area is also known as Trentino-South Tyrol and is a gorgeous, autonomous region in northern Italy that used to be part of Austria-Hungary. It has its own special culture and is a great destination for active travelers who want to visit the mountains and see the sights!

Aosta Valley

Located in the northwest corner of Italy in between France, Switzerland, and Piedmont, the Aosta Valley is mountainous and picturesque. The Alps cut through this autonomous region, adding to its allure. This is a great destination for history buffs who love castles and ruins, anyone who wants to get out of the heat (even the summers can be chilly here thanks to the mountains), and anyone interested in sampling the multicultural side of Italy.


Though it is surrounded by the Alps on three sides, most of this region is actually on a flat plain. It produces rice and wine, making the region a must-visit for food aficionados. The area is also ideal for anyone who loves winter sports.


In the north of Italy, bordering Switzerland, Lombardy is the country’s wealthiest, most populous region. The capital, Milan, is the second largest city in Italy. Lombardy also offers the Lake District, which has destinations such as Lake Como, Maggiore, and Garda.


Famous for its seaside, Liguria has a storied history. Tourists are drawn to the area for the resort towns of Cinque Terre and Portofino but a huge draw is also the capital city of Genoa, which was the hometown of Christopher Columbus.

Friuli-Venezia Giulia

This very small autonomous region is tucked away near Austria and Slovenia. It offers both seaside and Alps and is a great destination for a unique experience from the rest of Italy!


Italy’s second most populous region, Campania is the place to go for a sun-soaked holiday on the bustling coast. From Naples to Pompeii and the Amalfi Coast, Campania covers it all.


The “instep” of Italy’s boot, Basilicata is large and rural. The area’s most-visited city is Matera, where the Neolithic cave dwellings pull fascinated visitors. Basilicata is also filled with forests, lakes, and small villages. It is a good destination for and active holiday if you are traveling on a budget.


Calabria sits near the tip of Italy’s boot and offers plenty of idyllic beaches. Like Basilicata, it is also mountainous and has a low population density, so it is a good option for travelers on a budget who are not looking for a crowded city experience.


Italy’s second most populous region, Campania is the place to go for a sun-soaked holiday on the bustling coast. From Naples to Pompeii and the Amalfi Coast, Campania covers it all.


Located on the heel of Italy’s boot, Puglia is known for its beautiful beaches and countryside as well as its excellent food and unique architecture. A favorite summer destination for Italians, this is an ideal destination for anyone who wants a true taste of the Mediterranean lifestyle.


The largest island in the Mediterranean, Sicily is its own world. Go for the sunny climate, natural beauty, ancient history, beaches, and unique culture.


Heritage Tour

Highlights of Italy​

Italy is home to countless beautiful cities, but perhaps none more famous than Venice, Florence and Rome. Tis 6 or 9-night vacation gives you the opportunity to explore these three iconic cities and travel through the Italian countryside.









Price may vary depending upon departure city.

To book a tour or learn more, call Jill at (435) 232-4821 or email her:  [email protected]