On 2nd of June, the Republic Day is an opportunity to visit some locations for the first time and give yourselves a stay in a luxury hotel with all the comforts.Â We have some useful suggestions to discover art cities, romantic venues and historical dwellings that match with the richness of Italy.
Starting from Central Italy, Florence is a charming destination all the year round but the first weekend of June is fine to visit its museums, walking on Ponte Vecchio, going shopping at the most trendy boutiques and have a relaxing break in an hotel with outdoor swimming pool.Â This is one of the benefits of Riva Lofts, boutique hotel in front of Parco delle Cascine, surrounded by the greenery and at the same time close to the histroical center of Florence.
You can book one of the flats, furnished with creativity and with a size from 30 to 100 square meters, then go to see Fortezza da Basso, the Academy Gallery (that in these days hosts the exhibition of Lorenzo Bartolini, talented sculptor from the XIX century) or play golf in a club near to the hotel.
The realm of elegance, Palazzo Pitti, guests an exhibition ideal for people which like uniqueness: The treasure of Kremlin gathers 150 precious works coming from Moscow.
If you prefer the most chic beaches in Italy instead of historical cities, so you have to visit the Sorrentine Coast, staying at Grand Hotel Angiolieri.Â Here in Campania the spring is always mild and there are many chances of entertainment: guided tours to Pompei, sailboat trips in the enchanting Gulf of Naples, cuisine lessons with experts chefs to learn the local specialties.
All that surrounded by a breathtaking panorama that the 5 stars hotel give to its guests.Â It’s a venue where to daydream, and many tourists all around the world come here escaping from the ordinary destinations.
But the most important celebrations take place in Capital city, here on Thursday 2nd of June will be the traditional military parade. Is a pretext to see Rome, that has always aces up one’s sleeve for demanding travellers.Â We suggest to stay in a hotel in the historical center, as Lord Byron, in the refined district Parioli, ideal for go around the city and for quietness.
Close to Lord Byron you cannot miss Villa Borghese, the 80 hectars park that is the green lung of Rome, the Via Veneto clubs, famous in the past for â€śDolce Vitaâ€ť, and the Giardini del Quirinale, open to public only on Sunday 5th June from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm.Â Explore the city, from the historical center to the districts more picturesque means discover the many faces of Rome, staying in a first-rate class hotel suspended between vintage and passion for contemporary times.