Bevici Su: Top Italian Experiences You'll Drink Right Up

From the Amalfi Coast to the Island of Sicily, each unique region in Italy is home to countless unique attractions.

Situated on a boot-shaped peninsula in the heart of the Mediterranean Sea, Italy has long been revered as a cultural hub, and with good reason — after all, it was the center of the Renaissance from the 14th to the 17th  century, and the Holy Roman Empire before that. Italian art and architecture are as influential and iconic as the art and architecture produced by any other civilization in history, both of which still attract millions of visitors each year. As home to 53 UNESCO World Heritage Sites (the most in the world), and as the fifth most visited country in the world, there’s no shortage of things to do or see in Italy.

A picturesque view of the Italian countryside


Amalfi Coast

Believed by many to be one of the most gorgeous stretches of coastline in the entire world, the Amalfi Coast is truly a place like no other, and countless visitors flock to the region each year for the unmatched natural beauty. However, a private Positano Sunset Dinner Cruise offers a way to experience the beauty of the Amalfi Coast that is unlike any other. After embarking from the coastal village of Positano, you and a travel companion will make your way to the Li Galli Islands — home to the enchanting sirens in Homer’s Odyssey — before stopping to enjoy a gourmet meal as the sun sets over the Tyrrhenian Sea. However, make sure you get to Positano with time to kill before your cruise — no trip to the Amalfi Coast would be complete without a visit to one of the area’s famed rocky beaches.

Sunset on the Amalfi Coast



One of the first things visitors to Sicily notice is the monstrous Mt. Etna rising into the sky. A wildly popular Sicilian tourist attraction, a guided tour of this active volcano is an absolute must during your visit to the island. However, Sicily is also a favorite destination for movie buffs — several walking tours of Sicily offer visitors the opportunity to visit sites from the famed blockbuster The Godfather — much of which was filmed in Sicily. And don’t even think about leaving the island before taking a famed Sicilian cooking class. 

Mt. Etna



Home to Florence — the center of the Italian Renaissance — Tuscany is a must-visit region on your Italian getaway, particularly for foodies. Some of the finest wines are produced in the Tuscan countryside, and vineyard visits remain one of the region’s most popular attractions. However, Tuscany is famous for another unique culinary experience — truffle hunting. Some of the world’s finest truffles can be found in the woods in Florence, and no visit to Tuscany would be complete without a truffle hunting tour.

Tuscan truffles


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