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Italy is a moveable feast of seemingly endless courses. No matter how much you gorge yourself on its artistic and architectural wonders, its culinary delights, its natural splendours, you always feel you haven’t made it past the antipasti. Few countries offer such variety and few visitors leave without a fervent desire to come back. There is nothing new in that-Italy has kept travellers spellbound since the earliest times of the Grand Tour. The great città d’arte (cities of art) are high on everyone’s list and all are intrinsically different. Roma bristles with proud reminders of its imperial Roman past, while Firenze and Venezia, two of the most powerful trading city-states of Renaissance Italy, are virtually outdoor museums. Many visitors don’t stray from these tried and true options but the entire country is strewn wuth artistic jewels, from the Norman-Byzantine wonders of Palermo to the Baroque marvels of Lecce. Italy exerts as much fascination beyond the cities: from the icy walls of the Alps to the splendid beaches of Sardegna, there is something from everyone.

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