(PRWEB UK) 1 August 2012
Multi-centre holidays are increasing in popularity as holidaymakers are looking for the ultimate holiday experience, keen to see more, do more and experience more from their time away. Citalia, the leading Italian specialist, offers customers more value for money with a range of excellent multi-centre holidays, perfect for exploring the diversity and eclectic array of desirable holiday locations in Italy. As a country steeped in history and tradition, Italy today unveils its attributes not in power but in style, cuisine and stunning natural landscapes. As the leading specialist in holidays to Italy, Citalia meets this increasing demand for added value and variety from today’s discerning traveller with an unrivalled selection of multi-centre holidays that capitalize on the beauty, tradition and romance of the country.
A multi-centre holiday can answer many of the questions posed by holidaymakers today through adaptability, diversity and flexibility. Picking where to go and what to see can be an enjoyable yet challenging planning process, especially with an increasing range of destinations and awareness of the possibilities a great holiday to Italy can offer. A multi-centre holiday affords customers the opportunity to include several destinations in one holiday, preventing the need to eliminate travelling somewhere until next year and the next holiday.
This diversity also helps match the needs of everyone travelling. Priorities between holiday makers may vary, and therefore instead of compromising, customers can accommodate each other’s wishes by including each destination. Furthermore, a multicentre holiday creates a more fulfilling trip; seeing a range of destinations and enjoying a variety of holiday types results in a deeper experience of travel.
As well as this diversity, a multi-centre holiday can be more flexible and tailor-made toward each type of traveller. This can includes those keen on seeing the most popular destinations, to those seeking culture and history, onto people looking for spectacular multi-city breaks, or even trips perfect for the family that match what mum and dad want with places ideal for children.
Bearing the above qualities of a multi-centre holiday in mind, Italy is a destination perfect for such a trip. As a country that gave birth to the renaissance, that leads the line in fashion and style, and is perched in an enviable location central in the warm and azure waters of the Mediterranean, Italy is the quintessential location for a multi-centre holiday. Picking between Florence, Pisa, Rome or Venice, whilst trying to avoid the temptations of the Amalfi coast or the individuality of Italian Islands such as Sardinia and Sicily, can seem an unenviable task for the holiday planner. However the adaptable and encapsulating nature of a multi-centre holiday can answer many of these tricky questions.
Two amazing examples from the Citalia range are the Florence and Venice Offer and the Rome and Sorrento multi-centre holiday. Spending three nights in Florence and four nights in Venice on a bed and breakfast basis from £415 per person, with a 10% early booking discount, couples save up to £197. This includes a complimentary room upgrade and free night in Venice, departing on 04 November 2012.
To experience the Italian capital as well as the Bay of Naples and Mount Vesuvius, the Rome and Sorrento multi-centre holiday offer is from £1059 per person for three nights in Rome and seven nights in Sorrento, departing on 27 August 2012 with couples saving up to £292. This is on a bed and breakfast basis, and includes a free night in Rome and 20% off the a la carte menu in Sorrento.
To find out more about the entire range and possibilities of multi-centre holidays to Italy, visit the Citalia website or contact Citalia on 0844 415 1956. As the leading expert in Italy holidays with over 80 years of Italian heritage, Citalia specialises in an unrivalled range of destinations, from established favourites such as Florence holidays and the Amalfi coast, to the beautiful lakes in the Italian north and the unique Italian islands in the Mediterranean.