Citalia

The leading Italian specialist

Italy is such a diverse country, with historical cities, picturesque lakes, stunning coastline and rolling countryside.

With so many destinations to choose from, it can be a daunting task deciding where to holiday. As the leading Italian specialist, Citalia is here to help make that decision easier. Our expert Travel Advisors are best placed to advise and offer their recommendations, having travelled to or lived in the country themselves.

With more than 85 years of experience in organising Italian holidays and a passion that is unrivalled, we pride ourselves on offering a choice of flexible getaways. By offering a wide range of Italian destinations and properties to choose from (more than any other tour operator, in fact), we can create your perfect Italian escape, tailoring your trip to suit your exact requirements. Book holidays of any duration, travel by rail or air, self-drive or visit several destinations in one trip – the choice is yours. We can even arrange tickets to special events while you’re away, such as the Verona Opera Festival or a local football match.

It’s this service and knowledge of Italy that has earned us the title of ‘Best Medium Holiday Company to the Italian Peninsula’ in the British Travel Awards over the past six years, and is why so many of our customers return time and time again.

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Some of our wonderful team at Citalia are spending the next few days exploring the delights of Puglia, Basilicata and Calabria. Watch this space to see what they get up to, from the Trulli Houses of Alberobello to Matera’s ancient cave dwellings and more… #DiscoverPuglia

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Some of our wonderful team at Citalia are spending the next few days exploring the delights of Puglia, Basilicata and Calabria. Watch this space to see what they get up to, from the Trulli Houses of Alberobello to Matera’s ancient cave dwellings and more… #DiscoverPuglia
 
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"It was so easy to get the boat along the coastline to enjoy the views of each of the five beautiful villages - and we loved exploring the narrow streets of Portovenere and Monterosso at each end of the boat ride, as well." Some of our team have just returned from a week exploring the northern region of Liguria.

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It was so easy to get the boat along the coastline to enjoy the views of each of the five beautiful villages - and we loved exploring the narrow streets of Portovenere and Monterosso at each end of the boat ride, as well. Some of our team have just returned from a week exploring the northern region of Liguria.

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Visan IoanaLe Cinque Terre..... Ho vissuto in Liguria 7 anni....mio posto preferito.....

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Carolyn PetrieI stayed in Riomaggiore a few weeks ago. The boat trips were great.

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Julie CrowOne of my best holidays ever. Love Cinque Terre

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Nigel FrancisGoing in September with Citalia , love Italy!!

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Our Concierge, Marci, has been lucky enough to spend the weekend enjoying the spring weather on Rena Bianca beach in Sardinia. The beautiful flowers only bloom once a year and last just a few weeks, but luckily the beach stays the same all summer long...

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This weekend, Gemma was lucky enough to catch the fantastic 'Infiorata di Noto'; a colourful flower festival that runs over the third weekend of May each year. As if the hilltop town wasn't already pretty enough, the impressive display decorates Baroque palazzi with a kaleidoscopic carpet of petal mosaics.

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This weekend, Gemma was lucky enough to catch the fantastic Infiorata di Noto; a colourful flower festival that runs over the third weekend of May each year. As if the hilltop town wasnt already pretty enough, the impressive display decorates Baroque palazzi with a kaleidoscopic carpet of petal mosaics.

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