Italian Capitals of Arts

Embark on a modern Grand Tour of Italy and explore an artistic and cultural heritage like no other. From ancient history to world-class art and scenic waterways, a visit to Italy’s three major art cities always holds marvellous surprises for first-timers and cultural buffs alike.

Chapter, Roma

A fabulous urban hideaway with a distinctive character that is both industrial and artistic, with a central location right in the heart of Rome that puts some of the city’s top attractions within easy strolling distance. Its recently opened terrace is already listed among the capital’s best rooftops.

Elizabeth Unique Hotel, Rome

A small boutique hotel of 33 rooms, a few steps from Piazza di Spagna located in a noble 18th-century building, where history and modernity come together perfectly.

Antica Torre Tornabuoni, Firenze

Antica Torre Tornabuoni is one of Florence’s most unique boutique hotels, thanks to a strategic location in the heart of the historical centre, beautiful panoramic terraces with epic views over the Arno river and town’s beautiful attractions and walls steeped in centuries of history.

Palazzo Castri 1874, Florence

In the heart of Florence, tucked away on leafy Piazza Indipendenza, Palazzo Castri is a peaceful urban hideout with all the city’s main cultural highlights just a stone’s throw away. Its enchanting inner garden is a rare bonus in the city centre.

Palazzo Giovanelli, Venice

Located in Santa Croce quarter and overlooking the Grand Canal Palazzo, Giovanelli offers a tranquil retreat where tranquillity is interrupted only by the passing of gondolas and the flow of water in the canals.

Metropole, Venice

Venice, like the Metropole, is a captivating place which strikes the eye and moves the heart. The Metropole embodies most of the Venetian fascination: eccentric, warm, eclectic, each particular tells a story.

Every trip we take contributes to build our own life story.

A story that is a patchwork of encounters, experiences and memories made while traveling. And just like fabric scraps in a quilt, every trip we take, no matter how big or long, holds its own special place in our life and contributes to shape who we are.

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