Explore the regions of Italy
The Italian Riviera
Lombardia - Lago di Como and Milano
Experience the beauty of Northern Italy. Anchored by Italy's capital, Milan, the Lombardia region offers endless options for eating, shopping, and sight-seeing. With Lake Como, Lugano, and Maggiore to the north, breathtaking tours of Bellagio, Borromeo Island, and the Nebbiolo and Chiavennasca winerys are just a short commute from the center of Milano. Dine at Michelin Star restaurants like Gualtiero Marchesi and Cracco, tour the areas most famous villas, shop at designer outlets, and taste the finest Barolo and Franciacorta wines directly from the source. Let Isarti craft your perfect Lombardi adventure
Cinque Terre hugs the Riviera coast of North Western Italy, a hop skip and a jump from Southern France and Monaco. Consisting of five picturesque towns; Monterosso al Mare, Varnazza, Corniglia, Manarola, and Riomaggiore, Cinque Terre is dream destination for foodies, beach bums, hikers, and cliff divers alike.
Things to Do
Hike along the Monterosso Footpath
Visit the Church of San Francesco and Capuchin Friars Monastery
Sunbathe on the rocks in Manarola Harbour
Feast on freshly prepared Ligurian dishes feet from the ocean
The largest of the Italian islands, Sicily is a testiment to the beauty and the history of the Mediterranean. Though Agrigento and Piazza Armerina stand as two of the islands most famous and storied attractions, Sicily can best be experienced through its food. Combining classic Southern Italian tastes with influences from around the Mediterranean, Sicily maintains a rich and unique food and wine tradition combined with an unparalleled art and cultural history. Whether you choose to savor the taste of one of the island's most famous foods, Arancine, or enjoy a glass of d'Avola or Grillo wine, the magic of Sicily will be undeniable from the first bite.
The most famous wine region in Italy serves as the backdrop for two of the Country's most photographed and storied cities. This region served as the birthplace of the Renaissance, and the lasting impacts can be seen to this day in its art, culture, and food.
Things to Do:
Visit Florence and Pisa
Drink your way around this breathtaking wine region
Visit the famous Uffizi Gallery
Steal a glance of the Statue of David at the Accademia Gallery
Explore the secret terraces of the Duomo