Italy

Come home to the land of creativity and art, come home to Italy. Italy is a favorite for tourists who visit Europe for a true holiday experience. With pristine beauty and interesting architectural patterns, Italy is very engaging to the eager eyes. Every part of Italy has something to add to your joy increasing your happiness quotient making for a memorable holiday experience.
Italy harbours a vast history which has contributed to its rich culture and vibrant lifestyle. The cathedrals and rich architecture seen in here introduces you to the world of creativity. It is a feast to the eyes to see imaginations turn to reality in this vibrant city. Venice is one of the most sought after chill out spots in Italy. It is especially enticing for all tourists wanting a romantic holiday tucked away from the monotonous busy lives we live in. The blend of architectural splendour amidst canals introduces you to a world you could never have imagined.  
There is an old world charm you can experience in Pompeii in Italy. Time and again man has risen above nature’s fury. While most part of the city got destroyed, a part of it has remained and narrates the tales of man’s struggle through its mute beauty. A walk through Pompeii reinstates the strength to find the darkest moments of your life encouraging you to move towards victory over them. The chill out places in Italy is jewelled with a serene atmosphere which gives you a chance to pamper your senses and amass happiness to last a lifetime.  
Palazzo Manfredi Hotel

Palazzo Manfredi Hotel

The Palazzo Manfredi Relais Hotel in Rome, once a hunting lodge in the Guidi Gardens in the 1500’s, has now been transformed into one of Rome’s most exquisite chill out spots, surrounded by the city’s most historical wonders. The hotels spacious terrace and windows look out upon historical treasures like the Colosseum, the Roman Forums and the Domus Aurea. The […]

Vigilius Mountain Resort- swimming-pool

Vigilius Mountain Resort in South Tyrol

The Vigilius Mountain Resort in Lana, South Tyrol, Italy is a heavenly 1500 meters above the ground, surrounded by awe inspiring views and breathtaking chill out spots. The only way to reach this one of a kind mountain resort is by cable car which carries you through the landscapes and their ever changing colors, taking in the panoramic views of […]

Aoelian Islands- volcanic islands of Italy

Aeolian Islands in Italy

The extraordinary Aeolian Islands provide unique and exciting chill out spots for a great island holiday. The archipelago includes seven islands: Alicudi, Filicudi, Lipari, Panarea, Salina, Stromboli, Vulcano, all part of a volcanic system that offers their own distinctive atmospheres. The tectonic activities in the area have created a geological legacy that is unmatched, creating wonderfully unique landscapes. The rugged […]

Alberobello-Trulli--houses

Alberobello & Trulli

Alberobello, Italy is one of the country’s most unique and exceptional chill out spots that has been selected by UNESCO as a world heritage site as well as being recognised as a National monument by Italians for over 100 years.  It is known for its legendary trulli zones, magical places filled with ancient peasant houses with their unique conical roofs, […]

Manarola Italy Cinque Terre

Cinque Terre in Italy

Cinque Terre, which means “5 Lands”, is located along the northern half of Italy’s Riviera and is an awe inspiring city whose beauty and serenity feels as if it’s been untouched by the outside world. It is one of the favorite chill out spots for backpacker’s with its miles of breathtakingly beautifully trails. Each village in the Cinque Terra vicinity […]

Lucca

Lucca in Italy- Tuscany’s Best Kept Secret

Just imagine relaxing and passing the time in a lovely little Tuscan village surrounded by breathtaking 16th century walls and boasting several of Italy’s most impressive Renaissance architecture. That’s what you’ll experience when you visit Lucca, Italy, one of the worlds best chill out spots. Lucca is a prosperous, vibrant and colorful town that attracts more tourists than Pisa yet […]