Summer in Italy: Top 8 June

It has been a long year, and we all deserve a break. With summer coming around the corner, why not treat yourself? Whether you are staying at home or traveling abroad, vacationing is a must. Here are our Top 8 ways to spend your summer in Italy.

Umbria Center (Umbria)

Enjoy the immense art and culture heritage with your family and friends in Umbria. The main goal of Umbria Center is to help build the vacation of your dreams so you don’t miss out on parades, food and wine festivals, and concerts that take place. Schedule a tour with them today by visiting their website.

@umbriacenter

Antico Forno Lucano (Lagopesole)

Who doesn’t enjoy handmade pastries crafted with love? If you ever find yourself in Lagopesole, Antico Forno Lucano is the place to go. They offer a wide range of baked goods according to ancient local recipes.

@anticofornolucano

Bolgheri Wine Tours (Bolgheri)

Trying wine is an absolute must in Italy, but where should you start? Francesca Becucci offers authentic food and wine tours in Bolgheri. Francesca says: Wine is sharing as this is one of the many gifts in life to get to know a place, its culture and its people. Be sure to visit her website to learn more.

@bolgheriwinetours

Ilo Italian Lessons Online

Martina loves to share her knowledge and passion for the Italian language to people around the world. She has been teaching languages since 2018 and enjoys every minute of it. You can find her courses and resources made for both beginners and intermediate levels on her website.

@ilo_italianlessononline

Villa La Madeleine (Umbria)

Villa la Madeleine is a beautiful vacation rental with historically themed rooms that bring the outside indoors. Be spoiled with delicious and traditional recipes with organic foods made by their onsite chef. Located in Casa Vacanze in Umbria, it is a place that will keep your heart and stomach full. There are plenty of activities for avid nature lovers too.

@villalamadeleine

Roman Vacations (Rome)

Plan your perfect get-away, honeymoon, or family holiday with Roman Vacations. They will make you fall in love with Italy by giving you the best authentic Roman experience. Book your tour and have an unforgettable experience by visiting their website.

@roman.vacations

Casa Ciao Bella (Le Marche)

Anna’s guesthouse is a beautiful historical villa that sleeps up to 12 people. The villa is surrounded by a garden with a swimming pool. Located near the village of Carassai, food and wine lovers will enjoy the gorgeous views of rolling hills and vineyards.

@casaciaobella

Bonta Della Sardegna (Sardinia)

Born from a family passion, Bonta Della Sardegna, it is their goal to bring the richness of the Sardinian tradition to the rest of the world. Try organic and authentic foods typical from this region, Only local producers and high-quality goods are used.

@bontasardegna


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Adriana Suarez
Adriana Suarez

Based in Miami, I am the Contributing Editor for Live in Italy Magazine, and Public Relations Assistant and Social Media Account Manager at Allegory PR Services. I am currently a senior at Florida International University, and am majoring in public relations. In my free time, I love to bake; read; take photos; and make art. I am an avid lover of plants and have a wide collection of them. Passionate about traveling, I enjoy learning about cultures around the world. I have traveled all over Italy, more specifically: Rome, Venice, Sicily, Naples, Positano, Pisa, and Florence.

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