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Italy’s Luxury Holidays Tours

Italy is a land of breathtaking beauty, rich culture, and unparalleled style. Located in southern Europe, this magnificent country is a treasure trove of history and art, with countless landmarks and monuments that tell the story of its illustrious past. From the grandeur of Rome’s Colosseum to the elegance of Florence’s Duomo, Italy is a feast for the senses, with stunning architecture, world-class museums, and a vibrant culinary scene that tantalises the taste buds.

But Italy is more than just a destination for sightseeing and fine dining; it’s a place where la dolce vita, the sweet life, is a way of life. Whether it’s strolling along the cobblestone streets of a mediaeval hill town, sipping espresso at a sidewalk cafe, or admiring the sunset from a gondola in Venice, Intriq Journey’s luxury holidays in Italy offers a unique blend of luxury and leisure that is truly unmatched. 

From exclusive private tours of historical sites to immersive activities and experiences with local nonnas and winemakers, Intriq Journey’s Italian itineraries will show you a side of the country that’s not easily accessible to the general public. 

So come, experience the magic of Italy with us, where every moment is a masterpiece.

Best Time to Visit Italy


Spring - Slightly warmer months bringing a burst of colourful blooms and fresh air.


Summer - Days are long and sunny and it is a great time to experience all that Italy has to offer.


Autumn - An ideal time to experience the changing colors and beauty of Italy, especially in the rural parts of the country.


Winter - Snow-covered mountain slopes and the cities filled with decorations make for a festive atmosphere.

Cities to Visit in Italy


The capital city of Italy, Rome is known for its ancient history and iconic landmarks such as the Colosseum, Roman Forum, and Pantheon. Explore the Vatican City and indulge in delicious Italian cuisine at local trattorias.


The birthplace of the Renaissance and renowned for its vibrant art and architecture scene, Florence is a must-visit for the cultured traveller. Visit galleries, museums, and admire architectural elements crafted by famous artists of the Renaissance era.


Venice is a unique city built on a lagoon, famous for its romantic canals. Take a gondola ride along the Grand Canal and explore St. Mark’s Square, then visit the Doge’s Palace and the beautiful Rialto Bridge.


Visit Juliet’s House and the Arena di Verona, a Roman amphitheatre still in operation for concerts and operas in Verona. It is a well-preserved mediaeval old town that was Shakespeare’s romantic setting for “Romeo and Juliet”.


Home to many UNESCO World Heritage sites and one of the most preserved Roman houses—Villa Romana del Casale, Sicily is the place to go to if you’re a fan of all things history. Explore the Norman Palace and the Palatine Chapel, then indulge in Sicilian street food at the lively markets.


Savour Traditional Italian Cuisine


Pasta Carbonara

A Roman specialty, pasta carbonara features spaghetti or rigatoni combined with a sauce made from eggs (not cream!), Pecorino Romano cheese, guanciale (cured pork cheek), and black pepper.


Consisting of braised veal shanks cooked with white wine, broth, onions, carrots, celery, and tomatoes, Ossobuco is a hearty specialty from Milan that’s rich in flavour. It’s often served with gremolata, a green dressing made with parsley, garlic, and lemon zest.

Cacio e Pepe

A simple yet flavourful Roman dish, cacio e pepe features spaghetti or tonnarelli tossed with Pecorino Romano cheese and black pepper.


Filled with ragu or tomato sauce, mozzarella cheese, and Arborio rice, Arancini are fried rice balls that are golden and crisp on the outside but soft and indulgent on the inside. They originate from Rome and Sicily, and are one of the best Italian treats found almost everywhere!


Wine Exploration in Italy

Italy is home to some of the most renowned wines in the world. Its extensive array of indigenous grape varieties and traditional wineries make it the perfect destination for wine connoisseurs. 

From the robust Sangiovese in Tuscany to the elegant Nebbiolo in Piedmont, each region has lots to offer to wine lovers. Stroll through charming countryside estates, visit modern cellars or ancient wineries, and take a closer look at the art of winemaking.

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The Italian Luxury Experience

The Italian Luxury Experience

Experience the epitome of luxury on an Italian vacation designed just for you. Discover the art, culture, and cuisine of Italy with our hand-crafted luxury tours, curated to meet your every desire. Relax in world-class accommodations, indulge in gourmet dining, and savor the finest wines in the most picturesque locations. Let our expert guides take you on a journey through history and beauty as you discover the magic of Italy in style. All this and more is possible with our Italian luxury tours, the ultimate indulgence. Talk to us to learn more about each itinerary.

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Frequently Asked Questions About Italy

Everything you need to know about travelling to Italy. Can’t find the answer you’re looking for? Please contact us for more information.

This depends on what you would like to explore and experience in Italy. If you plan to visit multiple cities and attractions, we recommend staying for at least one and a half weeks.

Yes, it does snow in certain parts of Italy. The Dolomites and the Apennines mountain range experience snowfall during the winter months. Other areas such as Rome, Milan and other major cities rarely experience heavy snowfall but can witness light flurries throughout the autumn and winter season.

Travelling around Italy is relatively easy with excellent public transportation links between cities. You can take long-distance trains, buses, planes and ferries to get around the country depending on your needs and budget.

Italy is known for its rich cultural heritage, stunning architecture, beautiful beaches, and delicious food. Some of the must-see destinations in Italy include Rome, Florence, Venice, the Amalfi Coast, Cinque Terre, Tuscany, and the Italian Lakes region.

The best time to visit Italy depends on what you want to see and do. The peak season for tourists is from June to August, when the weather is warm and sunny. However, this is also the busiest time of the year, and prices can be high.


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