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HIDEAWAYS Italien Special

© FOTO: Monastero Santa Rosa Hotel & Spa


On the hills of Fiesole
A magnificent park with Mediterranean vegetation and over three thousand gnarled old trees stretches across the hills of Fiesole only several kilometres from Florence. This area forms the backdrop for one of the most beautiful hotels in Tuscany – Il Salviatino.

Captivating hideaway on the gulf of salerno
The fascination of the Amalfi Coast remains undiminished and the journey along the winding coastal road between Amalfi and Positano is a rewarding highlight in its own right. The crystal clear sea shimmers in shades of turquoise and the view of the Gulf of Salerno almost takes your breath away.

A dream in white on the Amalfi coast
The small town of Praiano is built on steep cliffs above the sea and is known for its clean air and tranquillity. Its ancient name is Pelagium which means “open sea” and the view from here of the famous coastal resort Positano, only a few kilometres away, and the expanse of the Tyrrhenian Sea is, indeed, simply spectacular.

Music is in the air
As early as the 18th century Villa Roccabruna was a top address for notabilities whose influence can be felt to this very day. Artists, composers and singers frequented this aristocratic building – Vincenzo Bellini sought inspiration from the lakes of Moltrasio und Belvio and composed his most famous operas at the villa.

Over the rooftops of Milan
It is the home of one of the most famous opera theatres and, with its countless paintings, statues and frescoes available for everyone to see in museums, churches and palaces, it’s a haven for art lovers. Art and design are also the focus of one of the greats in the international fashion scene, Giorgio Armani.

Noble grandeur in historic Brera district
The Bulgari Hotel in the heart of Milan once again exhibits the innovative spirit and global Prestige of the Italian luxury goods company. Opened in 2004, the hotel has quickly evolved into a popular meeting Point for the international clientele of the Bulgari brand.

Live like Machiavelli once did
Historian Jacob Burckhardt began his travel writings on Tuscany with, “This is where the land of dreams begins”. Famous words which are no-where more apt than in the Villa Mangiacane in the Chianti Classico area – the former country palazzo of the powerful Machiavelli aristocratic family is the epitome of such Tuscan dreams.

Tuscan charm at its finest
Tuscany – the name alone conjures up a whole host of associations. For some it’s the cultural treasures of Florence, for others it’s a glass of Chianti on the Piazza del Campo in Siena. For those travellers, however, who love the beauty and tranquillity of this unique landscape, it is the hotel Borgo Santo Pietro.

Living the dolce vita on a heavenly island
Many will tell you it has the most spectacular sunsets in the universe. A hit song of the 1940s recalls how the sun, like a glowing red fireball, “sinks into the sea in Capri” – a natural spectacle that has captivated people for centuries.

Arrive as a guest and leave as a friend
The tranquil municipality of Olang, with its three villages Oberolang, Mitterolang and Niederolang, as well as the high-lying hamlet Geiselsberg, lies in the middle of the Puster Valley in South Tyrol, surrounded by the peaks of the Kronplatz, Piz da Peres and Dreifingerspitze mountains.

To be a guest of Francis Ford Coppola
He is one of the world’s most prestigious film directors and wrote cinematic history with works such as “The Godfather” and “Apocalypse Now”: Francis Ford Coppola – Oscar winner, screenwriter, wine connoisseur and vineyard owner and, for several years now, hotelier too.