Walking & Sightseeing in Italy & Sicily
Italy offers extraordinary natural diversity matched by few other countries. Italy is packed full of sites to explore and beautiful countryside to roam from the Alps and glacial lakes in the north to the turquoise grottoes of the south. In addition to the incredible scenery on offer, Italy is home to many of the world's greatest works of art, architecture and gastronomy, so it’s no wonder that it’s inspired great artists for centuries.
Guided Adagio Holidays in Italy & Sicily
Our Dobbiaco and the Tre Cime holiday takes in the peaks and valleys of the Dolomites, but still at a comfortable, relaxing pace. You’ll discover the Three Peaks, perhaps Italy’s most famous natural landmark, and meander through alpine meadows and forests too.
For those looking for a slower pace, Umbria offers the perfect contrast to the Italian Alps. Quieter than Tuscany but just as beautiful, Umbria has no reason to envy its more famous neighbour. The views are just as exquisite and the towns display that same balance of charm and opulence, refinement and authenticity. Life here goes at a quieter pace. Why hurry, when you have mastered the art of the Dolce Vita for centuries?
Looking for a taste of island life? Why not join us as we explore Sicily’s imposing architecture, world class archaeology, hillside villages, dramatic coastlines and eclectic local cuisine influenced through the ages by numerous cultures.
Whichever side of Italy you choose to discover, why rush? Explore at the perfect pace with Adagio.