Turin - or as the locals call it -Torino, is located in the northwest area of Italy. The main attractions here are the stunning mountains - home to some of Italy's very best Alpine ski resorts. Host of the 2006 Winter Olympics, you can expect an exhilarating trip in well-facilitated skiing villages with 400km of piste at the Milk Way area; ideal for the avid snowboarder or skier.
Courmayeur, the highest mountain in the Alps, is the most popular ski resort. For awe-inspiring views, Cervinia is close to the border of Switzerland with visible views of the Matterhorn mountain. A stay at Pila is always welcomed; a small yet charming ski resort which has plenty of culture behind it too.
Naples is the home of the historic Pompeii ruins, the breathtaking Mount Vesuvius and a whole host of opportunities for fine dining. It's an understated Italian food lover's dream.
Small but perfectly-formed - aside from one rather obvious hiccup in its building regulations a few centuries ago - Pisa combines an excellent location with stunning architecture and culture. Excellent transport links to Florence and Cinque Terre make it a must too.
Clashing gladiators, ancient religion and staggering architecture, the capital of Italy is one of the world's most impressive historical destinations. It's also an epicentre for fashion, art and great food, giving it plenty to boast about as a holiday location.
The ultimate location for a romantic retreat, Venice is full of beautiful architecture, gondola-filled waterways, intricate bridges and luxurious restaurants. You'll find festivities, attractive shopping spots and plenty of photo opportunities everywhere.
Revel in designer delights in Verona. Soak up the culture of open air festivals and Verona's four beautiful churches, or head out for a romantic meal in this beautiful city.