Popular Lettings in Northern Italy
Highlights in Northern Italy
- Colosseum of Rome
- Canals of Venice
- Tower of Pisa
- Valle d'Aosta
- Heritage of Florence.
Most popular in Northern Italy
Prices and availability
Holiday rentals and lettings in Northern Italy
Northern Italy is a vast group of cities. The region includes both coastal municipalities and large urban cities. Most of the available rentals are located inland, especially around Milan and Venice. These are very developed cities, where you can enjoy a stay in the city centre. There are also holiday rentals in some cities near the coast. This is the case in Venice, of course. On the east coast, in Genoa, the offer is also very rich. Finally, provincial holiday rentals, nestled in the beautiful Italian countryside, are available around Trento or Varese.Modern and well equipped holiday rentals
Whether on the coast or in the city, Northern Italy's holiday rentals are very beautiful properties ideal for families. Overall, they are spacious and above all very bright. Many have a nice terrace or even a garden, and some even have a swimming pool. Couples will find their happiness more in the cities. These are modern, fully equipped properties, where you can enjoy a cosy and stylish spirit. Some have a trendy loft side. Others focus on the chic country side and offer exceptional services.
Holidays in Northern Italy
Location and orientation
Northern Italy does not exist administratively. It is rather a cultural and geographical area. It corresponds to the widest horizontal band in the country, where the boot has not yet acquired its shape. It is generally agreed that two regions should be included under the name Northern Italy. On the one hand, the North-West zone, which includes the Aosta Valley and some regions such as Liguria or Piedmont. On the other hand, the North-East, which includes the regions of Emilia Romagna, Trentino and especially Veneto. The whole area is very easy to access, by train or plane, from France.The most pleasant cities in Northern Italy
In front of so many beautiful cities, it is difficult to make a choice. It all depends on the holiday you are looking for. If you want to discover a modern and fashionable city, you must obviously choose Milan. Its bars and chic restaurants will delight lovers of fashion and luxury. To discover Italian history and its monuments, cities like Florence, Rome or Bergamo are ideal. These are flamboyant cities where the richness of Italian culture is displayed with splendour. To enjoy a quieter atmosphere, Venice is THE destination not to be missed.
Travellers and activities
Any good romantic journey must begin in the city of Rome. Fellini filmed his most beautiful films there and gave his letters of nobility to the capital. The Trevi Fountain, where Anita Ekberg can be seen swimming, is a symbol of love. In Florence, Cupola del Brenulleschi is a magnificent viewpoint where you can admire the sunset while enjoying a breathtaking panorama. Venice, finally, the city of love, is a must. From romantic walks along its canals to candlelit dinners in pretty restaurants, everything is idyllic.Northern Italy for culture lovers
How difficult it is to make a choice because this region of Italy is so rich in culture! You can organise a small roadtrip to discover the main tourist sites of each city. In Rome, do not miss the Colosseum, the Roman forum or the Pantheon. If we have time, we can also immerse ourselves in the Vatican atmosphere. In Pisa, you should of course see the famous leaning tower, but also the beautiful piazza dei miracoli. In Florence, we will be thrilled by the Duomo and the Basilica of San Miniato al Monte.
Film lovers will be able to organise their stay in such a way as to see the places where the greatest masterpieces of Italian cinema were shot. In the north, we can find places dear to Bertolucci, Fellini or Al Pacino.
Top 5 things to do in Northern Italy
All periods of history coexist in this superb city of art and culture.2. Strolling around Venice
It is impossible to miss the superb capital of love and its romantic canals.3. Hiking in the Aosta Valley
Its mountainous landscapes are of great beauty. Hikers can discover the magnificent circuits of Gran Paradiso Natural Park.4. Discover Italian cuisine
The Italian dishes that are dear to us acquire a completely different flavour when tasted in Italy. Parmesan cheese, prosciutto, pesto... Typical and delicious products.5. To be thrilled in front of the Verona Arena
It is a flamboyant amphitheatre dating back to 30 AD. Very well preserved, the site offers a faithful and fascinating image of what ancient theatre was like.