There are not many countries that can offer its tourists such a diverse holiday. If you are someone that is happy to settle down in one place in the country, then that’s great because there are plenty of places you can do that. Alternatively, if you like to travel around countries and see as much as you can, then Italy is one of the perfect places to do this.

  1. Skiing in Italy

Yes, Italy is known for its sun sand and tropical Mediterranean beaches, but there is also a lot skiing, which people do not often immediately think about when they are planning an Italian holiday. Cortina d’Ampezzo is the most popular resort in the country. The season ends at the beginning of May, so if you can plan your holiday to go skiing first, then you can catch the snow and then the sun in early in May. This is also the most affordable time to go skiing and also this is just before peak tourist season kicks in at the beaches, so you can easily mix skiing with a beach holiday.

Here is a list of the top rated Italian ski resorts.

  1. Italian City Tours

Italy has so many cities that should be on your bucket list, but if you want to fit skiing in with city tours, then you may need to make sure you plan a 3-week holiday or plan on returning for another holiday. Rome is the most obvious city in Italy to visit. If you are a football (soccer) fan, then April and May are the end of season months. This is when the league is at its most competitive, so there will a lot of drama.

Obviously, the sites in Rome date back to the Roman age. The Colosseum, The Knights of Malta Keyhole, Saint Peters Basilica are just a few places you will certainly want to visit if you like your history.

Other cities you may want to visit include Naples and Milan. When you do visit Italian cities, make sure that you use the internet Wi-Fi rentals so you can use Google Maps. The cities can be mazes as the traditional small roads can get confusing. When you do use the internet make sure you surf any private account on the router using the VPN free Italia offers.

  1. Beach Holidays in Italy

You are literally spoiled for choices when it comes to choosing a beach destination in Italy. Costa Sud and Costa Verde in Sardinia is a popular place to visit, then you have the beautiful San Vito Lo Capo on the island of Sicily. Sicily is said to have a culture of its very own, so if you are looking for something a little different from the norm in Italy, then san Vito Lo Capo is certainly worth considering.

Capo Testa and the Maddalena Islands offer more beach destinations to choose from in Sardinia. Once again if you are looking for a more affordable time of year to visit these beaches and good weather, then the beginning of May is always the best time book.