Italy is a dream

“…that keeps returning for the rest of your life.”
Anna Akhmatova


“La città eterna”

Called the eternal city by A. Tibullo, a Roman poet from the first century before Christ, it is the city with the highest quantity and density of monuments and historical buildings in the world.
In this magic city it will be possible to settle your wedding in a wonderful historical villa, enjoying the landscape painted by millennia of history.


“The Italian capital of Culture”

The most well known city in Italy, with Rome, Milan and Venice. Here the most talented artists of the history such as Giotto, Michelangelo, Botticelli expressed their creativity, giving birth to a magnificent patrimonium of art works and museums around the city. Still now it is possible to find small artisan shops, with real artists creating jewels and handcrafted objects, using the most refined traditional techniques.


“The World’s Most Beautiful Lake”

According to Huffington Post review on 2014, Como Lake is the most beautiful in the world.
Rich of marvelous villas and castles, some of which are owned by celebrities and Hollywood stars, Como Lake represents together a place full of romanticism and dynamicity,
being in the middle of Alps, but half-hour driving from Milan.
Exclusivity with no compromise.


“La Serenissima”

It was the capital of the Republic of Venice for over one thousand years.
Venice built on the sea, is the most romantic city in the world.
It uniquely represents the model of fascinating and full of history city, with a mixing of cultures, but the typical Italian charme.


“The most beautiful discovery I made in Italy”

That is what Hermann Hesse wrote to his wife speaking
about his travel in Italy. Spoleto is a very ancient city,
with remains from the XII Century before Christ.
Full of art, culture and monuments, here you can enjoy
sightseeing, shopping, unbelievably pleasurable food and wine, hiking, biking
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but also relaxing and leisure time at the Spa around the city.


“The Green Heart of Italy”

Steve McCurry describes his astonishment visiting the region, in the collection “Sensational Umbria”.
It is an uncontaminated area of Italy, scene of the highest waterfall of Europe and native land of Saint Francis and Saint Benedict. Here you can find a unique landscapes, where Medieval cities such as Perugia,  Assisi, Spello, Montefalco, Gubbio, Orvieto, Narni, Norcia, and Spoleto full of art and warm hospitality.


“There, where the sea sparkles!”

Amalfi is a very exclusive location, where luxury living and simple things are perfectly fuse together. Here you can find a lot of Spanish and Arabic influences in architecture and art of churches and historical buildings such as the Valle dei Mulini. From here you can enjoy daytrip to the Emerald Cave, Capri, Ischia, Positano, Sorrento and Napoli.


“Lyrical Landscapes”

A place with extraordinary variety of landscapes. It is the native land of Dante, Leonardo, Machiavelli, rich of culture, monuments and wonderful art works.
In Tuscany it is possible to joint outstanding sightseeing to very high quality food and wine tasting. Here you can find exceptional beaches, great mountains, the most famous Sangiovese vineyards and breathtaking cities.


“A strange and divine museum of Architecture”

That’s what Maupassant told about it, where he spent part of his life. Taormina is a small city, where glamour lifestyle and cultural melting pot are combined together. Here the strong influence of Greeks, Arabs, Spanish and French are mixed with the deeply-rooted Sicilian community.
The clear water of the Mediterranean Sea and the majestic Etna in the sunset, makes of Taormina, one of the most suggestive place in Italy.