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There’s a wealth of places to visit in Italy, from the ruins of Rome to the canals of Venice. There are also plenty of tours options, from Italy vacations based on Italian food to Amalfi Coast cruises, you’re ...Go to Destination
History buffs and beach bums alike will relish this hotel’s location. Located in a historic Napoleon military fortress built in the early 1800s, this hotel is right on the Adriatic Sea, with beautiful views.
Via Poggio, 166, 60129 Portonovo Province of Ancona, Italy
Known for its local Treviso flair, this culinary haven can be found in the Prosecco Road region. And if you’re too full to drive, stay the night at Locanda’s B&B.
Località Zecchei, 31049 Treviso, Italy
One of Venice’s 118 small islands, Murano is world-renowned for its hand-made glass. The most famous factory is Seguso, a family-owned business that provides custom pieces to Tiffany, Cartier and even the King of Spain.
Fondamenta Serenella, 18 30141, Murano, Venice, Italy
While one of Italy’s most iconic symbols is the gondola, another great way to see Venice is a private water limousine. Travel along Venice’s 150 canals in style in this classic 1940 Chris-Craft sportsman boat.
Santa Croce 522 30135 Venice, Italy
Explore Italy’s best-kept secrets in style. Rent a classic Ferrari to explore the ancient villages and wineries on the 350-mile coastal drive from Rimini down to Bari. And rent a driver too, so you can enjoy the wine.
Forgo the pedestrian tourist spots in St. Mark’s Square. For million-dollar views and heavenly dishes, head to this celebrity and royalty hotspot in the legendary Hotel Danieli.
Riva degli Schiavoni, 4196 30122 Venice, Italy
One of the oldest family-owned restaurants on the island of Burano is Trattoria al Gatto Nero. It started as a simple tavern in 1946, and in 1965, the Bovo family took it over and made it into a culinary retreat.
V. Guidecca 88, Burano, Venice, Italy
Tucked away in the hills of the Prosecco region is one of the area’s oldest wineries, Villa Sandi. This winery is located on the grounds of a 17th-century Palladian-style villa, where Napoleon allegedly slept.
Via Erizzo, 113, 31035 Crocetta del Montello Province of Treviso, Italy
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