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Enjoy an exceptional guided holiday to Italy with Belfast Telegraph Travel

From stunning Lake Garda to the rustic Tuscan countryside, the vibrant city of Rome to the stylish Sorrento coast, Italy has been welcoming Belfast Telegraph Travel visitors for over 20 years.

Forget the endless stress of planning a holiday, we’ll take care of everything, from the flights, accommodation and transfers to a fantastic range of excursions with our experienced local guides.

Italy is by far our most popular holiday destination, offering you the opportunity to admire a stunning natural landscape, enjoy delicious cuisine, bask in the sunshine, and explore a unique culture. Italy has something for everyone and you’ll be sure to find a holiday to match your individual needs.

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Historical Highlights

Italy has a rich and varied historical heritage just waiting to be discovered. From powerful empires to ancient civilizations…history buffs will be in their element exploring the remnants of the Roman Empire as well as over 50 UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

Enviable Climate

Italy is renowned for its pleasant Mediterranean climate which is mostly dry and warm with plenty of sunshine from spring right through to autumn, allowing you to discover its historic sights and picturesque coasts in your own time.

Colourful Culture


Italian culture is outstandingly rich, from the inspiring paintings, sculptures and architecture of the Renaissance period, to the renowned work of Leonardo da Vinci and Michelangelo and the enchanting music of Puccini…you’ll be spoiled for choice.

Mouth-Watering Italian Cuisine

Every destination around the world boasts a unique culinary identity but Italy is particularly renowned for its glorious food. Authentic Italian pasta, glossy home-grown olives, the freshest Alpine fish and mouth-watering desserts are just some of the dishes the region boasts.


Stunning Scenery

The Italian countryside is a picture-perfect paradise just waiting to be explored. From the luscious vineyards and valleys of Tuscany, to the dramatic mountains and Alpine lakes of the Italian Lake District and the colourful cliffside villages of the Sorrento coast…you won’t know where to stop!

It’s all about the People

Italian people are known for being warm and friendly and if you’re a fan of food then you’ll definitely fit right in! The quality and passion of a great local guide though is second to none when it comes to a well-organised tour, helping you to get under the skin of your destination of choice.

Lakeside Getaways

Lake Garda, Italy

If you’re looking for a holiday full of relaxation, beauty and culture, amid a stunning natural backdrop, then the Italian Lake District is the place for you! From the picturesque scenery to the delicious Italian food and charming town squares, you’ll never be bored on a trip to this stunning region.

With over 20 years’ experience, Belfast Telegraph Travel  is a specialist for Italian Lake District holidays, offering a range of guided tours to regions such as Lake Garda, Lake Como and Lake Maggiore. Our lakeside getaways include return flights, hotel accommodation, guided transfers and excursions. Your experienced local guide will also be available to assist you throughout the tour with recommendations for what to see and do in your leisure time.

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Coast of Lake Como

Lake Garda is surrounded by luscious green hills to the south and imposing mountains to the north and the landscape is dotted with beautiful lemon groves, vineyards and olive plantations...the perfect setting for a picturesque getaway! Similarly, you’ll be bowled over by the natural beauty, ornamental gardens and tranquil atmosphere of Lake Como on a lakeside escape. The lesser well-known Lake Maggiore is a haven of alpine landscapes embellished with lush gardens and sheltered villages, overlooking the shimmering blue waters of the lake.

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