Italy Tours & Trips
Discover the best of Italy, from Venice to the Vatican, as you travel through some of Europe’s most stunning landscapes. Drift down the canals of Venice, treat yourself to a wine-tasting in the Tuscan countryside, visit the Renaissance art galleries in Florence, and explore the archeological wonder of the Colosseum in Rome. And don’t forget about the vibrant, cliffside houses overlooking the Italian Riviera. Rooted in antiquity, Cinque Terre's five villages date back to the medieval period, and each one has something exceptional to offer. Travel down to the Amalfi Coast is known for its rugged cliff sides, lemon groves and olive trees, and spectacular culture all against the beautiful blue sea. Architecture, food, and a mixture of manmade and natural landscapes will take your breath away each day.
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We’ve discovered a hidden Italian gem! Often overlooked by tourists on the Rome-Florence-Venice route throughout Italy, Bologna is easily one of the most underrated and affordable cities. The relaxed atmosphere will put you at ease as you explore the beautiful historic center, rich food culture, high-quality museums, and intricate architecture. Without further ado, here are the eight of the top things to do in Bologna.
Trying to plan a family getaway but not sure where to start? We know it can be difficult to travel with the whole family. After all, how do you find a destination that is appealing to both adults and kids of various ages? Luckily, we have done the work for you! Read below to discover five of the top family-friendly destinations in the world.
Not long ago, Bryan and his sister Celeste returned home from an Acanela Expedition to Cinque Terre. Together, they took cooking classes, swam in the Mediterranean, went cliff-jumping, and got to know a beautiful part of the world. The two siblings loved exploring Cinque Terre with Acanela, and Bryan told us that he would go back to Italy in a heartbeat. Here’s the full account of the trip — as told by Bryan.
Traveling to Italy is a culturally immersive experience. Everywhere you turn, your eyes feast on magnificent architecture, you can hear the beautiful language, and your mouth waters with every bite of pappardelle. While you could spend your days soaking up the Italian sun and licking gelato, you may crave a more local experience. After you’ve toured the Colosseum and visited a vineyard, you can (and should!) connect with artisans and learn from their expertise.
A beautiful stretch of Italian coastline, nothing captures the heart quite like the Amalfi Coast. With its stunning landscapes, pastel-colored buildings, and small beaches hidden along the entire coast, it’s extremely photogenic. Here are a few of our favorite photo spots and tips for shutterbugs heading to the Amalfi Coast.
Cinque Terre was all that Donna Baird-Horne and her husband dreamed of — and maybe even a little more. Between the cooking classes, train journeys, hikes, and wine tastings, their couples trip was an unforgettable adventure. Donna recently sent us an email saying how much she loved the trip, and we thought we’d share it with you, too.
Florence is one of the most popular travel destinations in all of Italy. But it can be challenging to decide what to do in Florence — after all, there are so many buildings, restaurants, artworks, and gardens that are worth your attention! This guide will help you make the most of your time in this gorgeous Tuscan city.
Winter has almost passed, but that doesn’t mean you’ve missed the opportunity to go skiing this year! There are still some stunning ski resorts with good snow conditions for those craving a last-minute snowy easter break. And what’s more, you’re much more likely to enjoy relaxed sunny days on the slopes, rather than getting stuck in nasty February white-outs. Here are some of the best late season ski destinations in Europe.
Jetting off to the Italian peninsula is every traveler’s dream. Experiences such as relaxing in a Venetian gondola, sipping fine wine in Tuscany, and tossing a coin in the Trevi Fountain can all be categorized as “bucket list.” For art lovers, though, Italy holds a special place in their tourism fantasies. It seems as though every city is bursting with artistic history and talent. Each area of Italy tells a different story, so planning travel to Italy can be daunting.
Prague, Czech Republic — The BYU women's basketball team arrived in Prague on Sunday afternoon, August 19, to begin its 12-day, four games, four countries tour of Europe.