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An insider travel guide: travelling with children

posted by Home In Italy on November 24th, 2017

Be it a child-friendly city or a well equipped seaside destination, Italy spoils families with its rich mix of historical sights, wide portfolio of outdoor activities and amazing natural landscapes. An insider suggestion: to get the most out of exploring as a family, do plan ahead!

Best regions for kids:

Rome
: ancient Roman ruins and world-class museums make Rome an interesting destination for older children.

Amalfi coast
: a winning choice for every age. Subterranean ruins in Naples, gladiator battlefields in Pompeii and Herculaneum, and natural jewels like volcanoes, thermal pools and coastal caves.

Puglia
: beautiful seaside towns and an unembellished cuisine most kids love.

Sicily
: volcano climbing for sporty teens and beachside fun for sand-loving tots, alongside ancient ruins, hilltop castles and traditional 18th-century puppet theatre to inspire and entertain all ages.

Sardinia
: alfresco paradise overflowing with dazzling beaches, water-sports action, horse riding and scenic hikes suitable for all ages and abilities.

Italy for Kids

Family travellers can be divided into urban and rural. Cities in Italy are second to none in extraordinary sights and experiences, and with the aid of smart-phone apps and some inventive guided tours, parents can find kid-appeal in almost every museum and monument.

Away from urban areas, families can enjoy sandcastles, sea swimming and easy beachside ambles in the coastal destinations (beach-rich Puglia, the Amalfi Coast, Sardinia and Sicily sizzle with family fun on and off the sand), while interesting farm tours and outdoor activities will make the countryside an appealing family location (Tuscany and Umbria do offer many options for travellers willing to entertain children).

Villa Ada, a child friendly luxury villa in Umbria can be booked through Home in Italy

Accommodation

Staying in a private countryside villa is perfect for families: think self-catering facilities, mountains of green space to play around in and stacks of outdoor activities (swimming, tennis, horse-riding and mountain biking). In southern Italy, kids enjoy accommodation in circular, whitewashed trulli and quiet and luxurious masserias.

When to Go

Travelling in Italy with children involves little extra pre-departure planning. Your most important decisions will be about which region to pick and when to visit (perhaps timing your Italian holiday with one of the country’s vibrant kid-appealing festivals such as Siena’s famous Palio carnival in Venice or Florence’s Easter-time Scoppio del Carro. Beware July and August when the country broils and gets super crowded!

Villa Vanto | Amalfi Coast | Sorrento

posted by Home In Italy on September 3rd, 2015

Situated between Massa Lubrense and Sorrento, in an exclusive and panoramic location, this luxury, modern and minimalist-style villa offers the maximum comfort and luxury. A private road controlled by security guards leads to Villa Vanto and to other villas immersed in one of the most exclusive and panoramic areas, in the greenery of the hillside, bordering the coastline. Sorrento, just 5 kilometres away from Villa Vanto, is the ideal base for excursions along the Sorrento coastline. From Sorrento it is also possible to take the ferry or hydrofoil to the amazing islands Capri and Ischia, or to take the ‘Circumvesuviana’ train to visit ancient Pompeii and Herculaneum (Ercolano). The nearest sandy beach is 3 kilometres away throughout a pathway or on a 10 minutes drive.

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Facilities:
Swimming pool (4x8mts), A/C, Wi-fi internet connection, SKY TV in the living room, outdoor Jacuzzi, private parking space, washing machine and dryer, BBQ, safe.

INTERNATIONAL MASERATI CENTENNIAL GATHERING

posted by Home In Italy on September 3rd, 2014

Three days from Modena to Turin, with a racetrack stop in Cremona, to celebrate Maserati’s first century. The International Maserati Centennial Gathering will be held from September 18 through September 20. The three days will see a succession of exhibitions, parades, a regularity race, a track test, a visit to the two Maserati factories and a concours d’elegance. Cars and collectors from all over the world are expected to be in attendance.

A hundred years have gone by since, in December of 1914, Alfieri Maserati and his brothers Ettore and Ernesto opened the first car repair workshop in a basaement on Via de’ Pepoli, Bologna. Here they began to prepare and modify cars for themselves – the three Maserati brothers were also rather capable drivers – and the gentlemen drivers of those heroic days. These were the first steps of a company that in time was to become an international icon of Italian motoring.

The Maserati Centennial Gathering will begin in the morning on Thursday, September 18, in Modena with the arrival of the historic and contemporary models that will be taking part in the event and their display in some of the most captivating urban spaces. The next day, Friday, September 19, the participants will make their way to Turin, with a stop in the San Martino del Lago circuit and a parade through the streets of Cremona. The afternoon of Saturday, September 20, will see the concluding event: the Concours d’Elegance in Piazza San Carlo.

Do not miss the possibility to participate to this glorious event and rent one of our luxury villas in the North of Italy. Enjoy the amazing landscape and shores of the Como Lake, the nature and culture of the Garda Lake and the beauty of Portofino, with its picturesque harbor and the brightly-colored houses.

GET INSPIRED WITH HOME IN ITALY VILLAS

posted by Home In Italy on January 11th, 2013

Each week our staff selects for you one of our top luxury villas: get inspired and start planning your leisure time in Italy!

Cosante- Lake Garda - sleeps up to 14 people 

Cosante is a newly restored villa set within the relaxing countryside of a private fenced in estate of 1.30 hectares. From the villa there is a splendid view of the Lake Garda, which can be admired by the terraces and from the garden of villa Cosante.The modern style of the interior decoration adds an elegant atmosphere to all the rooms. Nestled in the hills, the garden of the villa is surrounded by old centuries trees which delimitate it from the rest of the private property. Cosante boasts fenced in swimming pool, A/C, Wi-Fi and fridge in each suite, ipad dock station and many more!