There are few countries in the world such as Italy, so rich in beauty as to make it almost impossible to generate the list of the most chic. The capitals of Italian luxury are known all over the world. Think only of Milan, the center of fashion and design, not to mention Rome, Venice, Florence. Reviewing the natural beauty we are spoiled for choice between sea, mountains, hills, islands and cities of art. Cortina on the one hand, Sardinia on the other with beaches that are popular destinations for tourists from all over the world and with good reason. The food and wine culture and the typical italian hospitality attract people of all nationalities. Here are some itinerary a bit special to know the capital of Italian luxury.
For those who are looking for fashion, style and design Milan is the first Italian city to visit, especially during the fashion shows. The city of Milan is the essence of luxury. Here you find the best international boutiques, historic shops, trendy bars and starred restaurants. Tour of duty is the fashion district with a walk in Via Montenapoleone to see the best of the big names. Rome, Venice, Florence, Naples and all the cities have a town center with its boutiques but they are broken away from the main event for those who love shopping and fashion. Do you love cashmere? From Piedmont to Umbria, passing through the Chianti area is actually where quality and tradition produce every day masterpieces.
Mountain lovers of luxury already know that they can find locations for the perfect skiing holiday in the Dolomites and beyond. Cortina d’Ampezzo and Selva in Val Gardena are among the most internationally well-known. The complex of the Monterosa Ski is now a highly coveted stage for lovers of winter sports and we can not forget Livigno with the opportunity to lash out shopping. For all the world Italy is a land of sea and for once, the stereotype has some truth. Of course Italy is not just sun and sea, but the homegrown seaside towns have little to envy. Sardinia, Amalfi Coast, Capri, Positano, Forte dei Marmi, Taormina and Portofino are all places where the sea surrounds the natural beauty and luxury.
Finally, the food and wine. All major cities and tourist resorts offer a wide choice of gourmet restaurants where you can taste the specialties of the best chefs. These are some of the smaller cities and less known to hide real jewels of haute cuisine. In Modena is in fact the Osteria Franciscan Massimo Bottura. In Canneto, a small village in the province of Mantua, the food is called Nadia Santin. Whatever your vacation in Italy is, it will be ideal in every way.