A region renowned for its beauty and sun-drenched splendour; Italy’s Cinque Terre is one of Europe’s most alluring seaside areas. The five towns that make up the Cinque Terre – Riomaggiore, Monterosso al Mare, Coniglia, Manarola and Vernzazza – provide a perfect insight into Mediterranean life. Everything...Read on...
Italy Travel Tours & Trips
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Trips & tours in ItalyPrice$ 0Countries visited: Croatia, Italy, Slovenia8 daysA chunk of Croatia, a slice of Slovenia and a pinch of Italy – what a trifecta. Wander through Roman ruins in Split, soak up the sublime scenery of Plitvice Lakes National...Countries visited: Austria, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Italy15 daysBerlin to Venice – a righteously rollicking jaunt through Europe’s edgiest epicentres. Sniff out Berlin’s renowned arts scene, see what’s crackin’ in...Countries visited: Italy8 daysMeet someone who says Italy ain’t all that and you’ve found yourself a liar. A gondola ride through Venice will soften the heart of even the most obstinately...Countries visited: Italy4 daysWhen it comes to coast with the most competitions, Italy has a pretty good hand to play. On this trip you’ll get to slink along Amalfi’s stunning cliff tops, strut...Countries visited: Italy4 daysGet your Italian stallion on for this 4-day exploit along Italy’s coastline. Mosey about Procida’s atmospheric alleyways and check out Ischia’s history. See what...Countries visited: Italy7 daysBoard thy sturdy vessel in Procida and set sail for the Phlegrean Islands. Stop in at Sorrento and pop over to Pompeii. Chomp down on pizza in Naples, wander among olive groves in...
Why we love Italy
Travel to Italy and get to know the country behind the headlines. Beyond the bunga bunga parties, football match-fixing scandals and ‘is-it-about-to-blow-again?’ volcano, lies a country tailor-made for stellar travel moments.
Collaborate with Geckos and tour the cool coast of Amalfi aboard a yacht, be shocked by the scale and devastation of Pompeii, break your pizza-eating personal best in Naples, down some Limoncello in Sorrento and pretend you know something about art in Florence.
With gluten-loaded menus to suit all budgets, the land of the Baci McFlurry delivers a massive slice of travel awesome to anyone who appreciates sparkling seas, colourful local identities, a cavalier approach to road rules and a commitment to living La Dolce Vita.
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From our Blog
All around the world people observe traditions when it comes to eating and drinking. In Europe, every country seems to have one custom or ritual that stands out. Master this one thing, and you'll feel like a local in no time.
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When most people look at a picture of Positano, they see the famous beach, the gorgeous waters of the Mar Tirreno or the beautiful buildings stacked one upon the other in the town’s signature fashion.
But Peregrine local leader Francesco Carpegna saw something quite literally beyond the...Read on...
Glenyce Johnson is the Managing Director of Peregrine, and she's also one of our most passionate travellers. Glenyce has been to over 100 countries, and her next big challenge will be to tackle the Camino Trail in Spain next year.
I sat down to chat with Glenyce and was swept up in her world of...Read on...
Italy’s rich food and wine heritage is as diverse as it is delicious! There’s no better way to experience the authentic culture and tradition of Italy’s regions than by following your nose and your tastebuds on the Italian food trail.
The picturesque region of...
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Where we go in Italy