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Italy Holidays

Introduction

Italy holidays are popular with people from all over the world, and for good reason. The country boasts incredible art, history, culture, and cuisine that draw people to all regions of Italy time after time. A direct flight from London to Rome takes just over 2 hours, and the time difference in Italy is one hour ahead of GMT. The currency used here is the Euro.

Punta Dogna in Venice

Regions

Italy is an incredibly diverse country with much to see and do. Many people start their Italy holidays in Rome to see the fabulous archaeological sites here and enjoy the excellent shopping and dining options. This was the heart of the Roman Empire, and home to the Colosseum, the Roman Aqueducts, the Roman Forum, the Spanish Steps, and Trevi Fountain. In addition, there are high end designer shops, authentic trattorias, and chic wine bars and nightclubs in the capital city of Italy.

Art and architecture buffs will find no end to the galleries, museums, and fascinating architecture in Italy. Visit the Uffizi Musuem in Florence to see works by master artists such as Boticelli, Rubens, and Rembrandt. The Vatican Museum houses one of the largest collections of Renaissance art in the world, and is just steps away from the famous Sistine chapel with its incredible paintings by Michelangelo.

For those looking for more romantic Italy holidays, the country does not disappoint. Take a gondola ride down the canals of Venice and pass by Gothic palaces and Byzantine influenced churches. The island of Capri is another top destination for its lovely beaches, pleasant walking trails, and luxurious villas overlooking the Tyrrhenian Sea.

The Colosseaum in Rome

Weather

The weather in Italy varies depending on what region you are in. In general, summers are hot and see little rain, and the winters can be cool and wet. The Alps get a significant amount of snow in the winter, while the Mediterranean areas are quite mild even in the colder months. The average temperature in Rome in the summer is about 30 degrees Celsius and can go down to 3 degrees in the winter.

Cost of visiting Italy

Cost

Visitors from the UK will find prices in Italy to be about the same as home. The following are some basic price guidelines for Italy:

Item Price
Loaf of Bread £1.19
Bottle of Water £0.86
Pint of Beer £3.11
Bottle of Wine £3.75
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