"Explore Italy: Italy is the source of some of the world’s most incredible art, culture and history, but its natural attractions are just as dazzling as its man-made ones."
Lying in the central region of Italy, and packed full of fascinating attractions, Florence is highly regarded as a top destination for tourists. For those looking for magnificent architecture, a dose of culture, and breathtaking artistry, Florence will certainly not disappoint.
Off the coast of mainland France and Italy is the culturally unique island of Corsica with over 600 miles of coastline, 200 beaches and many mountains and forests to explore. Whether you're a hiker, history buff, or love to relax on the beach, this travel guide will tell you all you need to know about Corsica.
Normandy boasts a varied landscape full of summertime seaside resorts, dramatic cliffs, peaceful valleys, and untouched countryside. It also has a rich history with imposing castles, idyllic churches, rustic fishing villages, medieval towns, and World War II memorials. There is much to do in Normandy.