Bella Rome - the eternal city - rich in 3000 years of history and spanning 28 centuries - that is waiting to be discovered.  From the Vatican to La Dolce Vita, a story is always ready to be told in the Eternal City.   Rome has impressive and iconic sights that are all worthy of a visit.  From the ancient buildings to the flowing fountains, you will always find something marvelous when visiting this city.

Experience the wonders of Roman culture, from shopping along narrow lanes full of boutiques and quaint galleries, to basking in the grandeur of the Colosseum.    When in Rome.......Enjoy ice cold gelato and gaze at the ancient Pantheon,  throw a coin in the beautiful Trevi Fountain,  see wonderful works of art tat the Galleria Doria Pamphilj, featuring pieces by Raphael, Velasquez and Claude Lorrain.  Sit down for a delicious Italian pizza or pasta, in one of the many world-class restaurants that line the edges of picturesque piazza's such as Piazza Navona, and catch a quick espresso alfresco in a cafe bar and watch the world go by. 

Rome is a pleasure for the senses, offering the best food, beautiful and ornate architecture, and the finest fashion houses.   Embark on a shopping experience like no other when visiting Rome. Weave through the narrow streets of the historic city and discover quaint boutiques, intimate galleries and unique fashion shops. 


There are few places in the world where the mountains and the sea meet at such close quarters, creating such breathtaking beauty as on the coast of southern Campania. The Costiera Amalfitana is rightly regarded as the most beautiful coast on the Italian peninsula, and has been a UNESCO’s world cultural heritage site since 1997

Positano, the enchanting town almost suspended between the sea and the sky. Typically for this coast, Positano is a veritable jigsaw of flights of stairs, little terrazzos, squares and winding streets, with pastel-coloured houses grouped around them. Cascades of bougainvillea in all colours and shades drape across the buildings. 

Positano is a very popular destination for the international jetset, also loved by writers, painters and musicians. The town is also known for its many workshops, manufacturing shoes and clothing. It is the origin of ‘Positano-style’ fashion, mainly working with cotton and linen. And this stretch of coast has no lack of culinary delicacies to offer either: fish soup, spaghetti with clams, fried anchovies with mint and ‘totani con patate’, fried octopus with potatoes – all absolutely irresistible for friends of Mediterranean cuisine.