From the Alps to Mediterranean beaches and fashionable cities, the Italians know a thing or two about the finer things.
Regions of Italy
Taste the good life in Italy
‘Bella vita’ means ‘the beautiful life’ in Italian. Still, there’s a sentiment in this deep phrase that is not fully captured on paper. It’s likely because the Italians don’t just say ‘bella vita’— they actually live it. This refreshing perspective is found in everything from the loving preparation of fresh pasta to the hand-marbled fountains that center the piazzas. Luckily, the Italians are happy to share a slice of the good life with all who visit.
With an incredibly diverse landscape, Italy has Alps, fertile vineyards, Mediterranean beaches and historic cities to explore. Not to be missed is Tuscany, home to the World Heritage-protected Florence. Here, the time spent in rolling Sangiovese vineyards and medieval towns passes slowly and sweetly. And of course, who can forget Rome? The famed capital city is a visual wonder, with impressive basilicas, museums, and ruins basking under the bright Italian sun.