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Top 10 Romantic Things to Do in Italy

Destination(s): Amalfi

Italy is synonymous with love and romance, use our top 10 romantic things-to-do in Italy as a guide to plan your couples getaway of a lifetime. Delight your spouse with a trip to Italian jeweler Sabbadini Milano. You'll be whisked into a secret garden upon arrival where the diamonds are grouped into garlands of white and pink daises and colorful butterflies flutter about. All of the bracelets, rings, and broaches are lovingly crafted as they're inspired by nature, but be sure to bring your American Express, the prices are steep. Be sure to schedule Skip the Line: a walking tour of Milan that includes viewing Leonardo Da Vinci's masterpiece, the Last Supper, among its many fascinating historical stops. Looking to put some excitement back in a relationship? Try your hand at windsurfing at Duoglio Beach. Lessons and rentals are available here where the waters are crystal clear and the beaches are relatively sparse in crowds. read more about Top 10 Romantic Things to Do in Italy

HR Tours - Vintage Car Rental

HR Tours - Vintage Car Rental

When in Rome, why not drive as the Romans do? HR Tours offers a unique way to see the city - in vintage Italian cars and motorbikes from the '60s and '70s. Hop inside a Fiat, Alfa Romeo or Autobianchi, or hop on a vintage Vespa or Lambretta for a group tour or individual drive in and around the city. HR Tours has a variety of experience working on corporate outings and small, private tours. So, if you're looking to have a complete event organized for your, from start to finish, or if you're just eager to grab the keys and go, HR Tours has a number of different options in vintage fashion. read more about HR Tours - Vintage Car Rental

Villa Farnesina

Villa Farnesina

  • Via d. Lungara 230
  • tel:+39 6 6802 7268
  • Visit website
  • Rome, 00165
Duoglio Beach

Duoglio Beach

  • Via Mauro Comite
  • Amalfi, 84011

Located just west of Amalfi along the beautiful coastline is the secluded Duoglio beach. Here the waters are crystal clear and much less crowded than the Marina Grande beach in Amalfi. The beach isn't as rocky as the nearby Santa Croce beach making it a popular spot for families. The placement and long beach makes it an ideal setting for windsurfing. During summer months the Coop. Sant' Andrea runs a regular boat service from the port of Amalfi to the Duoglio beach.
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Valle dei Mulini

Valle dei Mulini

  • Via Paradiso
  • Amalfi, 84011

Amalfi is situated at the base of a river valley and surrounded by the towering Lattari Mountains. Hiking up into the valley is one of the best things to do in Amalfi, especially for outdoor lovers or families with young children. Follow the Via delle Cartiere to the top of Amalfi and continue along the pathway the winds along the Canneto River. You'll step back in time as you look at the ruins of Amalfi's once busy paper mills, one of the most evocative reminders of the town's prosperity in the Middle Ages. Enjoy the views looking down the valley toward Amalfi as you hike higher and higher. Pack a lunch and enjoy a quick dip in the cold mountain stream, which is particularly refreshing on a hot summer day.
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Skip the Line: Small-Group Milan Walking Tour with Da Vinci's Last Supper Tickets

Skip the Line: Small-Group Milan Walking Tour with Da Vinci's Last Supper Tickets

Sabbadini Milano

Sabbadini Milano

  • Via Montenapoleone 6
  • tel:+39 02 7600 8228
  • Visit website
  • Milan, 20121
Ponte Vecchio

Ponte Vecchio

  • Ponte Vecchio
  • Florence, 50125

You can't miss the most recognizable landmark of Florence, the Ponte Vecchio.  Constructed in 1345, the Ponte Vecchio is the oldest bridge still standing in Florence, hence the name.  The multicolored structure bridge was first home to butcher shops. As the noble bankers would cross the Arno river to their offices, there was a rancid smell of pigs blood and rotted meat which extremely offended them.  In an effort to improve the area, the Medici stepped in and ordered the lower class shopkeepers out and moved goldsmiths and diamond-cutters in. Ponte Vecchio is the only bridge that escaped the bombing by the Germans in WWII.  Today, now a pedestrian bridge, the shops shimmer and shine with necklaces, rings and charms of the most expensive kind.  Tourists can enjoy an early morning walk over the bridge before the shops open or at sunset where lovers stare at the horizon as musicians sing and be merry.
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Piazzale Michelangelo

Piazzale Michelangelo

  • Piazzale Michelangelo
  • Florence, 50125

The vista which one can see the whole valley of Florence and of the surrounding hills is a must see.  The climb up is rewarding, the view is breathtaking. There are buses available to take you to Piazzale Michelangelo. Tourists, tourist groups and tour buses all congregate at this panoramic view.  Vendors set up early in the morning with cool beverages for the parched tourists and souvenirs for the eager shoppers. A sunset visit is for the romantics, bringing a wine bottle and gazing at the Florentine sky as it ends another day. There is never a bad time to visit Piazzale Michelangelo, there is always something to see from this height
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Venice Ghost Walking Tour

Venice Ghost Walking Tour

Laura Biagiotti

Laura Biagiotti

  • 2400 Calle de le Ostreghe
  • Centro Storico
  • tel:+39 041 520 3401
  • Venice, 30124