Any traveler worth his or her salt has dreamed of making it to Italy. With so many of the best sights in the world, ancient ruins and beautiful beaches, the trip is sure to be a glorious experience. Here are some of the places you shouldn’t miss:

Piedmont and Langhe

Always wanted to go on a winery tour in Italy? Look for Piedmont and Langhe Private tours. You’ll get to experience strolling through vineyards, seeing the wine making process and the most exciting part of it all, wine-tasting sessions that’ll make you wish you had your very own winery. Since Italians are well known for their love of excellent food and wine, these tours are sure to be a wonderful experience. And with plenty of tours available at different rates, you’ll easily find the tour that’s right for you and your wallet.

4 Places You Shouldn’t Miss Out On Your Italian Trip

Cinque Terre

There’s something about stepping into old towns that remind you of the medieval past. If you love the quaint feel of sleepy towns near gorgeous beaches, then Cinque Terre tours should be next on your list. With five towns to explore, your itinerary should be packed to the gills with wonderful sights and places to see.

Puglia

If you’ve got a love for dramatic views, then Puglia surely won’t disappoint, says the Conde Nast Traveller. With jaw dropping views of the sea, bopping off to the beach town of Polignano A Mare should definitely be on your must-see list. It’s a far cry from Capri or Sorrento but if you love the feel of small towns, and want to enjoy a bit of quiet away from the crowds, then this is the perfect hideaway to add to your itinerary. For a bit of fun, try jumping off the tower on top of the cliff like all the locals do. The rush, the wind, the exhilaration—it’s an experience you won’t soon forget. Don’t forget to dine on the local food. With fresh seafood, prices are low and servings bountiful—both a delight to a traveler’s heart.

Tuscany

It’s one of the most beloved places in the country, home to a lot of wonderful sights and culinary surprises. Don’t forget to drop by Cortona. It’s between Tuscany and Umbria. If you want a rustic town with an Etruscan edge, then this should prove an enchanting sight.

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