Spend July in Italy: Top 8

Why not spend your July in Italy? With the temperature ranging from pleasantly mild to comfortably hot, you can explore the charming cobblestone streets and iconic landmarks without breaking too much of a sweat. To top it all off, July is also the month of vibrant festivals and events! Check out how you can spend your summer in Italy with our Top 8:

NCC Luxury Driver

Ride around Italy in style with NCC Luxury Driver. They believe in punctuality, hygiene, and maximum flexibility. With them, you can have your own personal luggage transport, excursions, shuttle service, wedding cars, and so much more. 

Tuscan Villas (Tuscany)

Treat yourself to luxury and have an unforgettable experience in Tuscany. With the help of Tuscan Villas, you can find the most exclusive villas and other spectacular destinations. Their team can even take care of planning your vacation by organizing services and custom activities.

Barcheria (Rome)

Enjoy some time on the water in one of Rome’s most beautiful piers with Barcheria. They are the ideal place to rent boats, waterbikes, pedal boats, and more. They focus on inclusion and involvement, as well as enhancing activities like boats on the lake to support the local area.

Amorvino 2019 (Camisano Vicentino)

Amorvino is the ideal place to purchase a variety of beers, wines, and liqueurs. In addition to their wide selection of drinks, they also sell fresh and local foods. Whether you’re shopping for you or for someone else, you are sure to find a drink that you won’t forget. 

Novella Osteria Toscana (Tuscany)

Enjoy traditional tuscan cuisine and typical local wine at Novella Osteria Toscana. Their food is unmatched and the beautiful views are breathtaking. On top of this, their staff is attentive and will cater to whatever you may need. 

Montepulciano Italy (Montepulciano)

Explore the beauty and culture of the Tuscan wine country of Montepulciano. With Montepulciano Italy, you can find all of the hidden gems of this medieval town. Whether you want to eat at the best restaurants, hike on the most beautiful trails, learn about the history, or talk to locals, Montepulciano Italy has got you covered. 

Viaggia e Impara L’Italiano

Learn Italian and explore its culture with Viaggia e Impara L’Italiano. You can learn from the comfort of your home with their free online lessons, or learn the language during your travels. They aim to teach Italian online in a simple and fun way through traveling, interactive itineraries, and more. 

Hotel la Rondinella (Cannero Riviera)

Hotel la Rondinella is a beautiful hotel that is surrounded by greenery with a large panoramic terrace overlooking the lake. On top of the beautiful view, they also serve a rich breakfast buffet in the morning. You can even enjoy dinner by choosing your own menu from the varied buffet of fresh products.

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Adriana Suarez

Top 8 Editor

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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