Milan

Milan custom travel - Italy by car - Luxury Europe

Top sights

  • Duomo di Milano and the¬†Madonnina gilded statue found on its top spire
  • Leonardo da Vinci Museum of Science and Technology ~ from 11 Euro / guest

Traditional Cuisine Restaurant

  • Felice a Testaccio ~ from 58 Euro / guest

Style Homes San Marco 29 4*

  • May 26-31
  • Travel sustainable property that takes health and safety measures
  • Spa and wellness centre
  • Entire apartment
  • Free cancellation
  • No prepayment needed
  • From 1,078 Euro / 5 nights / 2 adults

 

Ragusa

Ragusa luxury travel - Custom tour - Europe by car

In the Southernmost point of Italy, a town of 80 k locals features 4 Michelin starred restaurants in 30 km. Here, a Baroque historic mansion hosts a boutique hotel with only 11 rooms.¬†Picture valet service, rock walls, welcome drink, 2 romantic nights with breakfast created by a Michelin starred chef… Add a wine cellar with over 1900 labels, spirits menu, cigar list, a Ragusa guided tour… And all these from just 186 Euro !

Locanda Don Serafino Hotel and Restaurant - Ragusa custom tour - Italy luxury travel by car

 

Where else it worth to go while in Italy

Ragusa custom tour - Luxury travel by car - Azzurytt Travel Concierge

  • Amalfi

  • Baunei (Sardinia)

    • Cala Goloritze
  • 5 Terre

  • Cormons

    • Trattoria al Cacciatore – La Subida Restaurant
  • Florence

    • Giotto’s Bell Tower
    • Piazzale Michelangelo
    • David of Michelangelo
    • Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore
  • Lenno (Lombardy)

    • Villa del Balbianello
  • Naples

  • Pisa

  • Porlezza

Porlezza ~ Como luxury tour ~ Italy by car

Gritti Palace ~ Marriott Hotel ~ Private tours in Venice

You don’t need a royal title anymore to spend the night in a castle. One of the top most charming castles, Gritti Palazzo used to be the residence of Duke of Venice. Its 500 years old luxury rooms with unmistakable Venetian style decorations hosted Winston Churchill, Ernest Hemingway and Greta Garbo !

 

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