We are starting off in Tyrol. Our journey is taking us to the far north of Italy, to the Stelvio Pass. The route Bolzano-Stilf-Bormio-Livigno rewards you with fantastic panoramic mountain landscapes! With the magnificent view of the Alps as a constant companion on your journey, the region offers numerous hiking and camping opportunities and other outdoor activities. Don't forget about the musical festivals, natural spas, challenging golf courses and, of course, great conditions for winter sports!
Road Trip in Veneto
The road takes us further south around the lake from Verona through Brescia and Limone Sul Garda to Trento. The romantic city of Verona has enchanted not only Romeo and Juliet. It has also cast a spell on its large number of annual visitors. In Brescia, among other popular monuments of culture, you will find UNESCO World Heritage sites such as the Abbey of San Salvadore or the Capitolium. In the small town of Limone Sul Garda refresh yourself with home-made Italian dishes and fresh seafood. Trento welcomes you with a breathtaking panorama. Take a deep breath and enjoy the view. If you are feeling energised and in the mood for it, try your hand at one of the outdoor activities on offer.
Road Trip in Tuscany
Peppered with lush green vineyards and exquisite wineries, the hills of Tuscany invite you to stay there for a while and enjoy every single moment of it. Our route starts in the unique city of Florence. The city itself is a work of art with numerous museums, old churches, beautiful gardens and palaces. Probably the best pizza in the city is available at Mangia Pizza Firenze. The journey continues towards the town of Pontassieve, east from Florence, a place with a great variety of goods such as food products and handicrafts from the region. The next stop is the town of Stia, a rustic paradise of Italian culture and cuisine! The route ends in the town of Poppi, where you should definitely plan a visit to Poppi Castle and Osteria il'Porto!
Road Trip in Sabina Lazio
Rome-Rieti-Amatrice-Terni sounds like a promising route! What makes Rome so exciting and interesting is the city's ancient history. Art lovers and history buffs will certainly get value for their money! Besides Venice and Verona, Rome is probably the most romantic destination in Italy. Allow yourself plenty of time for the Italian capital as there is so much to see! Don't miss the Vatican and the famous Sistine Chapel. No matter how much time you spend in Rome, we are sure you will fall in love with it!Go on a shopping spree in Rieti and search particularly for high quality olive products. If you are visiting in winter, have your skis ready as the mountain Terminillo has some great slopes for ski and snowboard fans. There is more to Sabina Lazio than ski holidays.Amatrice and Terni are also offers natural treasures; the waterfall Marmore, for example, is stunning and a real eye-catcher!
Road Trip along the Amalfi Coast
Our route along the Amalfi Coast will take you through Naples, Sorrento, Positano and Salerno. The Amalfi Coast is simply breathtaking: beautiful beaches, turquoise waters, wonderful views and attractions which are an absolute must. The coast is famous worldwide for its steep dramatically looking cliffs and colourful houses. Some of the sights not to be missed are the imposing Mount Vesuvius and the world famous ruins of Pompeii. Our tip: Treat yourself to some pizza at Pizzeria Brandi!
Road Trip in Sicily
Our suggested route takes you from Catania past the famous Mount Etna, through Taormina only to end in Messina, on the northeastern tip of the island. Drive along the breathtaking coastal roads and experience the island first-hand. Get to know the culture and mythology of the Sicilians and enjoy the thrill near the largest active volcano in Europe! Our tip: a beach like a picture book can be found in Isola Bella - just gorgeous!