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July 24, 2010

Hotels – Viva Italia!

What springs to mind when you think of Italy?

From pasta to poetry, Roman architecture to the roar from within a football stadium, there’s something for everyone.

With a rich cultural history and a variety of hotels to cater for all tastes, thousands choose to head to Italy for their holidays each year.

Many of the country’s main cities – such as Florence, Milan and Venice – are steeped in history, and tourists flock to take in the sights and sounds of these cultured cities.

Indeed, Venice remains a popular destination for those looking for something a little more romantic during their holidays. Many choose to head to the city of canals and carnivals for Valentines’ – and with a wide variety of classic-style hotels it remains a popular destination for city breaks.

In the north of the country, Milan is a popular destination for those seeking fashion, football and Formula 1. As well as the glitz and glamour there is a rich cultural history, which can be seen in the many cathedrals and art galleries dotted round the city – in which some of Leonardo Da Vinci’s famous works can be seen.

For a taste of Roman history, head to Rome itself (for all roads lead to Rome apparently)

Many flock to Rome to experience a taste of the Romantic, with a rich mix of architectural styles and some of the more instantly recognisable tourist attractions – such as the Colloseum and the Vatican – to explore and enjoy.

For those looking to avoid the hustle and bustle of the city, there are a wide range of hotels in Italy that cater for the more serene side of the country.

Indeed, the region of Tuscany remains popular with those looking to get away for a relaxing break in the Mediterranean countryside.

However, one of the most popular tourist attractions in Italy is one that doesn’t stand anymore, but has a significant history.

Today, the ancient city of Pompeii – which was engulfed by an eruption of Mt Vesuvius – remains popular with visitors to the region.

With a wide variety of hotels and sights in some of Europe’s most beautiful cities, you’ll never be short of things to see, do, eat and experience.

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