Are you thinking about taking a trip to Italy but aren’t sure where to start?

With so many different types of fabulous vacation ideas, anyone visiting Italy would easily have a hard time choosing. The good news is that no matter what holiday you pick, you will rarely be disappointed. However, the endless options of amazing makes deciding on a type of holiday even harder.

To help you pick the best holiday for you and your family, we have put together a guide to holidaying in Italy. To find out more, have a read of this.


[highlight color=”blue”] Skiing Trips [/highlight]

As well as being the perfect location for a beach holiday or city break, Italy is also the ideal location for a skiing trip.

From the Alps to the Dolomites, skiing in Italy is an incredible experience, and one that you will not forget in a hurry. Plus, with such a diverse range of skiing resorts, there is something for skiers of all ages and abilities. Momentum Ski has all the information on the best Italian skiing resorts and holiday packages.

Italy’s stunning skiing resorts offer a combination of amazing conditions, great value and an enjoyable atmosphere.


[highlight color=”blue”] Seaside Holidays [/highlight]

Italy is surrounded by the warm Mediterranean sea and a unique and varied coastline, making it the ideal location for a seaside holiday.

While most of Italy’s coastline is beautiful and natural, certain parts have been turned into marine reserves and tourist destinations. Rimmi beach is one of Italy’s most developed coastal resorts while Portofino and Positano are undisrupted by the tracks of the masses.

If you want a quiet holiday and want to avoid the beach crowds, avoid the end of July, all of August and the weekends. Italians don’t tend to go to the beach out of the summer season, so during May and early June the beaches are always a lot calmer and less packed.

When choosing a destination for your holiday, there are some important things to think about. Do you want to visit a destination with beautiful scenery? Do you want to head off to an island? Do you want to visit a seaside resort location, like Rimmi? Or, do you fancy visiting a coastal port or town?  Where you will go will depend on the type of holiday you want.


[highlight color=”blue”] City Breaks [/highlight]

Steeped in culture and heritage, the captivating cities of Italy are the perfect place to visit for a relaxing weekend break. Think ancient ruins, iconic architecture, amazing museums, and, of course, some of the finest food in the world.

With so many different cities to choose from, travelers visiting Italy have a lot to choose from!  For fashion, visit Milan. For food, visit Naples. For beauty, visit Venice. For ancient ruins, visit Rome.

While city breaks are an excellent way to see Italy, avoid visiting during peak season, as the mixture of the heat and crowds can get too much. Instead plan a visit for sometime between March and May.

Ciao darlings, hope to see you in Italy soon!

Written by Jacqueline Chambers

Jacqueline Chambers

Jacqueline Chambers is the founder of TGIFguide. She uses her innate skills as a natural “connector” to serve businesses, brands and individuals in the LA area and beyond.