A taste of Sicily
Beautiful coastal scenery, historic temples, delicious food and active volcanoes; the island of Sicily has so much to offer.
Where to visit in Sicily
Beyond its azure waters and white pebbled beaches, Sicily offers a complex cultural experience, one that is seen in its Baroque churches, open-air markets, Greek ruins and complex cuisine. Discover why it’s the crossroads of the Mediterranean with Audley specialist Kimberly.
When you travel to Italy with us, we’ll help you uncover the main sights, from Rome's Colosseum to Tuscany and the lagoon city of Venice, in another light. We’ll also introduce you to lesser-known experiences, such as sampling street food in Sicily or hiking through lemon groves on the Amalfi Coast.
Food highlights of Italy
Italy specialist Caroline talks about her love of Italian food in this guide, focusing on the more renowned culinary cities and regions. She also talks about her experiences of creating pasta, catching fresh fish for dinner in Sorrento, wine tasting in Tuscany's Chianti region and where to eat like a local.
Unlocking Italy’s key Roman sites of Rome, Pompeii & Herculaneum
Italy has been at the forefront of so much: a military empire, art, architecture, cuisine and of course a penchant for style. For many however it’s still characterized by a handful of famous places. We highlight the key Roman sites of Rome, Pompeii and Herculaneum.