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Italian Romance - Luxury Italy Honeymoon

Italian Romance – Luxury Italy Honeymoon

Ker & Downey’s Luxury Italy Honeymoon takes all of Italy’s most romantic corners and puts them together into one unforgettable journey. From the Spanish Steps in Rome to the crystal-clear waters of Capri, Ker & Downey invites you to fall in love all over again on this dreamy getaway for two.

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Luxury Southern Italy Tour

Luxury Southern Italy Tour

Ker & Downey is excited to highlight luxury travel to Southern Italy with this inspiring 12-night journey. Iconic cities and quiet hidden corners are the hallmarks, while the wonders of Rome, Naples, Puglia, and Matera are revealed.

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Classic Italy Private Tour

Classic Italy Private Tour

Ker & Downey captures all of Italy’s highlights on this 11-night luxury Classic Italy Private Tour. The best of Rome, Florence, Tuscany, and Venice are within easy reach when you allow Ker & Downey to personally curate the luxury Italy tour of your dreams.

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Luxury Travel to Switzerland & Northern Italy

Luxury Travel to Switzerland & Northern Italy

Travel to Switzerland and Northern Italy is a match made in heaven. Both regions guarantee pristine natural beauty and stunning luxury every step of the way. From the shores of Lake Geneva and the mountain panoramas of Lucerne to the legendary retreat of Lake Como and the high fashion of Milan, this 11-night journey offers a sample of all that is possible when two of Europe’s most beautiful countries collide.

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Adriatic Yacht Journey

Adriatic Yacht Journey

Who hasn’t sat at their desk drifting off on an imaginary European getaway? Make your dreams come true on our Adriatic yacht journey from Venice to the Dalmatian Coast.

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Sardinia: Italy's Mediterranean Island

Sardinia: Italy’s Mediterranean Island

Live the Dolce Vita in Sardinia, the Mediterranean’s second-largest island after Sicily. Italy gets the lucky claim on both of these breathtakingly beautiful places, but Sardinia stands out for having Europe’s best beaches. Even though the swanky northern coast is more well-known, it’s the southern portion that beckons travelers who want a more laid-back experience on this splendid island. Beyond sunning by the tranquil sea, Sardinia’s got a whole lot of other delights. These are the five things you can’t miss on a trip to Sardinia.

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Her Majesty, Bologna

Her Majesty, Bologna

“Bologna is celebrated for producing popes, painters, and sausages.” – Lord Byron (1788-1824) Rome, Venice, Florence, the Amalfi Coast… the classic sites of Italy are incomparable in their appeal for both first-time visitors and repeat returners. Yet one of Ker & Downey’s passions is pursuing points of interest outside the typical tourist circuit, whether that’s presenting a popular locale in a new light or introducing an unexpected gem to the captivated traveler. One such gem is a magical place where creativity, tradition, innovation, culture, and an enthusiasm for the finer things in life all collide.

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Top 5 Things to Do in Florence

Top 5 Things to Do in Florence

Long considered the birthplace of the Italian Renaissance, Florence is packed with extraordinary art and architectural masterpieces around each turn of its narrow cobbled streets. The city is brimming with world-class art museums full of paintings and sculptures from masters like Botticelli and Michelangelo, fresco-clad churches, quaint trattorias, local markets, and of course, the Duomo.  With so much to see within the city, it’s hard to know where to start. We’ve outlined our top five things to do in Florence to give you a head start.

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The Ultimate Andrea Bocelli Experience

The Ultimate Andrea Bocelli Experience

Each year, the famed Italian tenor Andrea Bocelli hosts a concert in his hometown of Lajatico, Italy at the Teatro del Silenzio (Theater of Silence). The theater, built in 2006, is an open-air amphitheater surrounded by the Tuscan hills. Once every July, the Teatro del Silenzio hosts a concert by Bocelli, then remains silent the rest of the year.

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