Italy, the historical centre of the Roman Empire, boasts more cultural sights and attractions than you could ever hope to see in a single visit. In fact, Italy lays claims to more UNESCO World Heritage Sites than any other country in the world (47 in total), and most of these awe-inspiring sights - often rather casually located amidst the hustle and bustle of modern city-life - are essential to an understanding of contemporary western civilisation.
From the Leaning Tower of Pisa, to the intricate Gothic architecture of Cathedral Square, to the almost obscene wealth of artwork housed in the galleries of Tuscany, a holiday in Italy is nothing short of a compulsory experience.
The Wimbledon Championships are the highlight of the year's
tennis calendar, bringing together the world's leading tennis
professionals in a battle for glory. The first championship event
at Wimbledon dates back to 1877,... read more
The annual festival honouring Saint Fermin is most famous for
its Running of the Bulls, which takes place every morning
throughout the celebrations, starting at 8am. Ernest Hemmingway
brought the festival to world... read more
Toronto's Fringe Festival continues to be one of North America's
leading theatre experiences. Throughout the city thousands of
artists perform a variety of comedy, cabaret, music, poetry, drama
and the classics to their... read more