At Go Get Lost we often joke that everyone seems to be born with a gene that compels them to take a trip to Italy. And once you finally get there, it’s not hard to understand…you’re never disappointed. Bella Italia is unlike anywhere else in the world…a perfect fusion of stunning landscapes, warm people, European culture, fascinating history and quite possibly the world’s best wine and cuisine. Experiencing the wonders of Italy is so moving that it’s rare to see a traveler who doesn’t return to Italy again and again.
Whatever part of Italy you choose to visit, prepare to fall in love with this amazing, charming country! Explore the itineraries below and discover more about our unique trips to Italy.
Easy Exploring on Capri and the Amalfi Coast – 2018
The Amalfi Coast…one of the most beautiful coastlines on the planet, with views as unbelievable as they are breathtaking.. You’ll explore tiny pastel villages perched precariously on impossibly steep hillsides that plunge into the blue water of the Mediterranean. You’ll wander the amazing city of Pompeii, preserved by a volcanic eruption and covered in ash for almost 2000 years. And you’ll be enchanted by the timeless ambiance of the Isle of Capri, playground of the rich and famous since the age of the Roman Emperors. You’ll be pampered with premier 4-Star accommodations, private transfers, and an expert local guide to show you the secrets of the area. You’ll soon understand why this is one of our most popular places to visit…and re-visit!
True to our “Get Lost” philosophy, we’ll ease into the pulse of the Italian experience and find the real Italy…we’ll walk the walks, feast on the food, meet the people, and live the life.
Ciclismo d’Italia: the Alps and the Dolomites
The mighty European Alps are one of nature’s wonders, and the most pristine and picturesque part of them is the fabled Italian Dolomites. Located in the far northeast of Italy, nearer to Vienna than to Rome, the Dolomites are arguably the most dramatic and picturesque mountains in the world, as evidenced by the painters and filmmakers who have long been using them as the setting for anything mountainous. On our rides you can expect an endless procession of stunning mountain views broken only by the charming towns we pass through. You’ll marvel at the classic Dolomite landscape of dramatic sheer walls soaring straight up from a lush green alpine valley, often with a postcard-perfect village nestled in the bottom.
Best of all, this region is home to some of the most famous routes of the Giro d’Italia, and we’ll be cycling on them in the footsteps of all the world’s greatest cyclists who have gone before. We’ll also have the opportunity to cycle the Bernina Pass route in Switzerland. And at the finish of each rewarding day of cycling you’ll end up at a beautiful 4-Star hotel in a lively mountain town, (one with an included spa). As an added bonus, we’ll have private tours of two of the cycling world’s most interesting factories, Pinarello and Bianchi.
And just like the biking, the local culture is as intriguing as the scenery, with a mix of Austrian and Italian cuisine and history. The food and wines of the region reflect that fusion, and are unlike anything you’ll find on your travels. You’ll have plenty of opportunity to sample the local fare, as all of our breakfasts and dinners are included in the package, enjoyed at the excellent restaurants at our 4-Star superior mountain hotels. (Lunches are generally a packed lunch eaten on the route.)