Northern Italy is often identified with Milano, which is considered to be the economical center of ‘Il bel paese’ – this beautiful country. There is more to the north then just Milano, it is also made up of small and medium-sized villages and towns that have preserved their ancient beauty while managing to provide numerous services and products for the world to enjoy, especially in the area of tourism. Whether it is your first time to the North, whether or not you are Italian, you will love to visit and explore these areas.
Here at ItalianHolidays, we like to take the route less traveled through Italy. The different country roads will take us to the beautiful cities of Brescia, Mantua, Verona and through the breathtaking vistas of Lake Garda and Lace Como.
You can find many organized tours that will skip you quickly through the main attractions such as Venice, Le Cinque Terre, Florence or Pisa. However, very few organised tours will allow you enough time to enjoy all the colors, scents and scenes offered by the surrounding countryside.
We want you to relax and truly experience and savor every moment that you can of ‘la bella vita’. What better way to do that than to sample the wines from the cellars of Valpolicella, Lake Garda or those hidden between the Morainic Hills. Let’s not forget those wonderful cheeses produced in Northern Italy along with their infamous balsamic vinegar of Modena.
Lunch and dinners among families of the area are not to be missed. We take you to where locals come together and where you can discover not only how to taste real Italian food but also learn what food really means to the Italians and how to become one between you and nature.