A lush Italian coastal setting surrounded by the lushest of green scenery, bursting with blue hues and sparkling coves marks the visual definition of the southern Italian island called Capri. It’s hard not to imagine you’re on a glamorous film set with old Hollywood stars like Audrey Hepburn or Grace Kelly, who both adored this charming town.
Home to the succulent and soft Napoleon sourdough pizza, anyone who has visited will tell you it’s reason enough to visit this town, but there is plenty more to uncover in one of Italy’s oldest cities. Nestled between volcanic mountains, iconic architecture and the blue sea, there are enough vistas in Naples to inspire from different vantage points.
Surrounded by the lush, rolling hills of Tuscany, saturated in distinguished art and architectural charm, Florence has long been a draw for the art aficionados. Excellent food and wine flourish down every small winding street and are at the focal point of experiences for Florentines. The classic aperitif, or pre-dinner drinks, is a daily ritual for locals in celebration of life – good food, friends and lashings of wine.
Sitting proudly on the coastline of the Sorrentine Peninsula, overlooking the most irresistible shades of blue skies that melt into the Mediterranean Sea, the Amalfi Coast has a kind of elegance about it that never goes out of style. From the colorful homes carved into the dizzying cliffs of Positano to the natural beauty of Ravello, it’s easy to see why its postcard perfect backdrop is one of Italy’s most beloved little gems.