Why Choose a Multi Centre Holiday?

When it comes to holidays, many of us have a number of conflicting, sometimes contradictory, aims and desires. You want to explore all the hustle and bustle of a busy city, for example, but at the same time want to get away from it all on a quiet beach; you want to enjoy a remote rural getaway, yet still visit tourist attractions, historical monuments and sites.

The good news is that you can have the best of both worlds, rather than choosing between one kind of holiday or another. At Bellarome, we help you get the most of any visit by arranging Italy multi centre holidays – with an itinerary already chosen for you or centres tailored to suit your taste.

 

Why Italy?

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Italy is ideally suited to a multi centre holiday thanks to the sheer number of places you might want to pack in. Even with a two or three centre visit, for example, you are unlikely to take in all that the country has to offer – so prepare yourself for the foregone conclusion that you will be coming back for still more.

Here is just a sample of some of the different centres you might combine into the one holiday.

 

Florence, Rome and Sorrento

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Anyone with even a passing interest in the art of the great masters and the history of the Renaissance is certain to include a visit to Florence. Here, you can visit the veritable treasure trove of art housed in the world famous Uffizi Gallery or perhaps see the statue of David at the Accademia.

Any visit to Italy is unlikely to be complete without a visit to the “eternal city” of Rome, with its icon landmarks, such as the Colosseum, the Spanish Steps, the Trevi Fountain, St Peter’s Square and Vatican City itself.

After the cultural overload of Florence and Rome, you might want the more relaxed, laid back romance and beauty of the Neapolitan coastline with Sorrento as your third centre to visit. Here, you can relax amongst coastal vistas and take in delightful sea views that will make for the perfect tranquil ending to your multi-centre in Italy.

 

Naples and Capri

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Naples is a busy, bustling and lively city, full of history and charm – not to mention being the home of Italian pizza.

For the more energetically inclined, you might want to scale nearby Mount Etna – or take a more leisurely, guided tour of the incredibly preserved ruins of Pompeii, which is one of the world’s most important archaeological sites and gives visitors a rare glimpse back almost 2000 years in time.

After dashing about from one attraction to another, however, you might choose to kick back on the beautiful and enchanting Isle of Capri, where you can visit the Blue Grotto or simply recline at your hotel surrounded by Mediterranean flowers.

 

Sorrento and Lake Garda

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Multi centre holidays may also give you the chance to travel rather longer distances between your chosen bases – so heightening the contrast you might find between one place and another.

The sun-kissed Amalfi coast around Sorrento, south of Naples, and an alternative centre on the shores of Lake Garda in the northern lake district of Italy provide just such a combination.

Both centres offer their own unique blend of peace and serenity amidst some of the most stunning scenery in the world, making the combination of Sorrento and Lake Garda the perfect choice for a relaxing and rejuvenating break, or perhaps honeymoon.

 

These are just some of the reasons why you might choose a twin or multi centre holiday in Italy – but the combinations and permutations of other itineraries are boundless. If you would like one of our travel experts to create a tailor-made holiday itinerary for you, visiting any combination of cities that you wish, please do contact us and we will do our best to create a dream itinerary for you.

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