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Luxury Italian Cities Holidays

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Italian Cities

Holidays in Italian Cities bring you fascinating historic architecture and sights, some of Italy’s best cuisine and a cosmopolitan atmosphere. Couples will love the chance to immerse themselves in some of the world’s most iconic sights, museums, and art galleries, before enjoying romantic dinners and world class hotels. Families will find lots to entertain them as well, including horse and carriage rides, city tours, and lots more.

At Sovereign we’ll help you find some of the best Italian Cities, so you can make the most of your time away. Stay in Florence for galleries, museums, and a towering cathedral, as well as intricate artworks and medieval bridges, and the chance to explore nearby vineyards. Rome is home to some of the world’s most famous monuments, including the Colosseum and Trevi Fountain, as well as delicious local cuisine. If you want to enjoy the ultimate couples’ break, head to Venice with its winding streets and iconic waterways.

Luxury holidays in Italian Cities

Luxury holidays in Italian Cities offer you some of the best sightseeing in the world. Italy is famous for its cities, which date back thousands of years and have something to offer everyone. Shoppers will love the chic boutiques and designer shops, while art and history lovers will want to return time and again to see everything. And foodies can enjoy Italy’s world famous pizzas, pastas, antipasti, as well as favourite local dishes.

Book your luxury holidays in Italian Cities with Sovereign and we’ll help you get the most of your time away. We’ve perfected the art of holidaymaking, with expert staff carefully selecting each of the hotels we offer, as well as Trusted Advisers on hand to help you make the right choice. Stay at the Hotel d’Inghilterra Rome for antique décor and artwork, as well as close proximity to the centre of Rome. Hotel Westin Europa Regina overlooks Venice’s famous main canal, while Belmond Villa San Michele provides the perfect base for exploring the Renaissance artworks of Florence.

Ellen Pickover

My favourite thing about spending time in Italy’s cities is people-watching in the piazzas with a caffe in hand. It takes me no time at all to slot into the laid-back, Italian way of life.

Destinations in Italian Cities
Florence is the capital of Tuscany – and the Renaissance art capital of the world. World-famous galleries and museums knock shoulders with the sky-scraping cathedral and medieval Ponte Vecchio bridge.
Rome is the colossal capital city of Italy, as much famous for its Michelin-approved wining and dining scene as its Roman and Renaissance monuments.
Venice has been a sanctuary for the rich and royal for over 1,000 years. Expect golden museum-palaces, mosaicked basilicas and restaurants with private gondolas.

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Multi-centre holidays

Take a look at our suggested itineraries or call our Trusted Advisers on 01293 762400* for a bespoke multi-centre holiday.

Florence & Tuscany

10 day suggested trip

At a glance
  • Combine a city break with a week in the countryside
  • Tour Florence’s art galleries and museums
  • Stay in the scenic Tuscan countryside
  • Go wine tasting and explore historic hill towns
From £5360 per person
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Rome & Amalfi Coast

11 day suggested trip

At a glance
  • Admire the Eternal City's ancient sights
  • Browse the boutiques of Via dei Condotti
  • Spend a week on the Amalfi Coast
  • Discover the chic island of Capri
From £3399 per person
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Flight Information

Depending on where you fly to, flights to Italy can take between two and four hours. 

When to go

The weather across Italy varies dramatically from the north to the south. During the summer months, temperatures can reach 30 degrees, while winter temperatures can drop to around three degrees. 

Visa Information

British citizens do not currently require a visa to visit Italy. 


When you dine out in Italy, you will generally be charged a coperto (cover charge), which is for the bread, tablecloth, cutlery, etc. Tipping in Italy is not customary, but is always appreciated. 

Introduction to languages

The official language of Italy is Italian. English is widely spoken too, so getting by is easy. 

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