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Albergo Gatto Bianco - Capri

5.0 · Great · 3 reviews
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Bauer Palladio Hotel & Spa - Venice

5.0 · Great · 3 reviews
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BB 22 Charming Rooms & Apartments

4.7 · Great · 3 reviews
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Be Vedetta - Relais & Glamping - Adult Only

5.0 · Great · 2 reviews
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Buonanotte Garibaldi - Rome

4.7 · Great · 3 reviews
From € 245
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Ca Maria Adele - Venice

5.0 · Great · 3 reviews
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Capri Palace Jumeirah

5.0 · Great · 2 reviews
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Casa Angelina Lifestyle Hotel

5.0 · Great · 3 reviews
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Charming House DD724

4.7 · Great · 3 reviews
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Grand Hotel Angiolieri

5.0 · Great · 3 reviews
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Grand Hotel Tremezzo

Luxury Hotel
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Hotel Britannia - Termini, Rome

4.3 · Great · 3 reviews
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Hotel Caesar Augustus - Capri

5.0 · Great · 3 reviews
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Hotel Capo La Gala - Amalfi

4.3 · Great · 3 reviews
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Hotel Casa Poli - Mantova

4.7 · Great · 3 reviews
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Hotel Helvetia & Bristol

4.7 · Great · 3 reviews
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Hotel Lord Byron

5.0 · Great · 3 reviews
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Hotel Palazzo Vitturi - Venice

5.0 · Great · 3 reviews
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Hotel Punta Tragara

5.0 · Great · 3 reviews
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4.5 · Great · 4 reviews
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Boutique Hotels in Italy

One of the most diverse and beautiful landscapes in Europe; the world’s greatest hoard of art treasures (many on display in fittingly spectacular cities and buildings); a climate that is on the whole benign; and, most important of all for many, a delicious and authentic national cuisine... The country is not perfect – its historic cities have often been marred by development, and beyond the showpiece sights the infrastructure is visibly straining – but for its places to visit, many of the old clichés still ring true; once you’ve visited, you may never want to travel anywhere else.

As you explore Italy, you'll stand face-to-face with some of the world's most iconic images from this 2,000-year history: the Colosseum of Ancient Rome, the medieval Leaning Tower of Pisa, Michelangelo's David and Botticelli's Venus, the playful Baroque exuberance of the Trevi Fountain…and the elegant decay that surrounds the canals of Venice. Beyond these famous sights, though, Italy offers Europe's richest culture. Traditions still live within a country that is vibrant and fully modern. Go with an eye open to both the Italy of the past and of the present.