How To Organize A Memorable Trip To Italy

If you’ve made up your mind about visiting Italy during your vacation period, then it’s easy to catch yourself daydreaming about those days. The sparkling blue seas, ice-cold wine, and quaint little streets of Italy are just irresistible. However, if you’re looking to have a memorable trip to Italy, there are certain things you need to keep in mind. From visa bookings to destination planning, there are so many steps that you need to cover. Here are a few important things that you need to be mindful of to have a memorable trip to Italy.


1. Pick the best time to visit

Of course, when you choose to visit Italy will be entirely dependent on your schedule. However, there are certain months when it might be more favorable for you to visit Italy. For instance, May to September is Italy‘s peak tourism season, with August being the busiest month of them all. If you’re looking to avoid a crowd, you should visit during the off-season.

Italy’s summers are known to be very hot, and winters very cold. However, if you enjoy skiing, you might be able to find some great deals at Italy’s ski resorts.

Easter is quite a popular holiday in Italy, with people traveling to and fro to visit their families. So, it’s natural to expect a rise in transportation fares and other accommodation rates during Easter.

We recommend visiting Italy during its shoulder months aka April and October. The weather during these months will be slightly sunny and warm, with a cool atmosphere at night. You’ll also be able to avoid the hustle and bustle of crowds and get better value on accommodation and flights.

2. Book your Flight

It’s relatively easy to fly directly to Italy with a single stop. To get value for money and score the best flight deals, you can check online on Google Flights. Google Flights is an excellent tool for looking up the flight schedule as well as the routes of the flight. Most tourists usually spend their holidays in Rome and check Rome flight details online. If you’re residing in Europe, then you can get to Italy via train or bus as well. Here’s a little tip: always search for flight information and deals using incognito mode. Most airlines amend and change up their flight prices based on the dates and times that you’re searching for.

3. Plan Your Tour

One of the most difficult decisions you’ll be making during your trip to Italy is deciding what places to visit. Since you’ll be there for a limited time, you want to get the best out of your tourist escapades. We’ve narrowed down a few places for you:

  • Cities: This includes all of the major cities of Italy such as Venice, Milan, Rome, and Naples. 
  • Lakes: The Northern Italian lakes have an unmatched scenic beauty; they’re also located pretty close to the Alpines, so you’ll be getting a 2-in-1 ticket to nature’s aesthetics. 
  • Tuscany: A trip to Italy is incomplete without a visit to Tuscany, known for its winery and scenic countryside, as well as its quaint little hilltop houses 
  • Amalfi Coast: Laze at the sunny and scenic coastal region located just near Naples. 

4. Pick Your Accommodation

You need to decide on a place where you can stay during your vacation. Luckily, given the fact that it’s a popular tourist destination, Italy has a wide array of hotels and accommodations available for visitors. You can either stay at a bed & breakfast or any villas that might be open to giving accommodation to tourists.

If you’re planning on spending most of your time in the countryside, then it’s best for you to stay on a farm. Multiple Italian farmers offer their rooms, as well as prepped meals to tourists as a means of earning extra income. One of the best parts about staying at a farm is that the food served will always be fresh.

5. Go On Day Tours

Going on small guided tours around the city will educate you about the culture and history of Italy. Italy has a wide variety of wine tours and wine tastings, where you can enjoy food while learning about the rich history of Italy. There are also food festivals that you can attend, which can introduce you to local Italian dishes and help expand your palate.


Packing and planning for a trip to Italy can be both exciting and nerve-wracking. By keeping these few tips in mind, you’ll be able to plan out your vacation with confidence. Having a plan for your vacation will allow you to enjoy it thoroughly without any worries about missing out on anything. A vacation trip to Italy should be a memorable one that you’ll cherish forever. A successful trip is bound to draw you into this beautiful city and make you visit again and again.