History, culture, traditions, beautiful places, and cuisine: Italy is an excellent place to relax. Like any vacation, vacation in this country, of course, should be well thought out in order to avoid common organizational mistakes.
For example, such a task as choosing the luxury destinations in Italy, or the best period for booking luxury accommodation in Italy can be the most critical problem in the travel planning process.
Based on studies of tourist behavior over the past year, and calculating the summary data of villas in Italy, we can give you some useful tips for a really enjoyable vacation in Italy thanks to information charts.
In particular, these infographics show the most interesting trends in luxury travel in the Italian trade market and reflect the interests of consumers traveling in Italy, as well as open the need for renting villas in Italy in 2013.
Following the Amalfi Coast, you can discover Sicily, Tuscany, Rome, Cinque Terre, and Venice.
According to the data, Sicily and Tuscany occupy the second place by a wide margin, 19% of the search, while the Eternal City, Rome, won only 2%, and takes the third place. Fourth place was shared by Liguria / Cinque Terre and Venice / Lake Garda, accounting for only 1% of the search.
The infographic also says that many tourists already know in advance how they want to spend a luxurious stay in Italy: 90% want to rent a luxury villa, and 10% prefer castles and historical estates.
In addition, the infographic shows the top countries whose residents like to spend a vacation in Italy: the majority of villa seekers from the United Kingdom (35%) and the United States (34%), followed by Australia (8%) and Canada (7%). Ireland, Germany, Switzerland, Russia, Poland, Holland, and many other countries do not exceed 5%.
The most touristy month when travelers book Italian villas is June, next April. It is indisputable that this is a great period for booking holiday homes in advance in Italy in summer, which offers surprisingly mild weather.
On the other hand, the period of autumn and winter is associated with lower temperatures in Italian cities and therefore is also associated with demand for villas.
Few of our tourists know this country: pure alpine air, crystal water, picturesque panoramas, which you would like to capture in a photo or video. Italy is not limited to Rome, Naples, Florence, or Milan. Italy is also 1,500 lakes, which allure with its unique beauty. Of course, you won’t be able to see all the lakes in one trip, but we recommend that you watch the 3 most-most.
If you want to get to know about honeymoon destinations in Italy– without crowds of tourists and advertised sights, choose an author’s tour of the country’s lakes. This trip is best done during the May holidays.
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