Enjoy these 5 must-see attractions in Rome

Opened in 80 AD, the Colosseum had a capacity of 80,000 spectators, making it the largest amphitheatre ever built. The ruins still stand and are a certain stop on any tour of Rome.

 

Rome is a city beyond compare, combining a blend of romance, culture, history and beauty to create an ideal destination for any traveler possessing a keen sense of adventure and intellectual curiosity about previous eras.

Discover These 3 Ideal Destinations for Golf-Loving Couples

The Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore in Florence is one of many memorable attractions in Italy made readily available on a PerryGolf Escorted Tour, catering to couples.

From the banks of Venice to the shores of Sydney, whether observing the flightless Kiwi or simply gazing out upon the beautiful water of Lake Como, PerryGolf offers myriad destinations for couples who seek to combine their passions of travel and golf.

2022 Ryder Cup in Italy | Marco Simone Golf & Country Club

Marco Simone Golf & Country Club | 2022 Ryder Cup
Marco Simone Golf & Country Club | 2022 Ryder Cup

It’s official. Italy will host Ryder Cup 2022 at Marco Simone Golf & Country Club.

Established in 1989 by the fashion designer Laura Biagiotti, Marco Simone Golf & Country Club was created to be suitable not only for relaxed play but also for international championships.

Top 5 Reasons for a PerryGolf trip to Italy

The Best of Italy 2016 - PerryGolf Escorted Tour
Italy stands alone in our portfolio for the greatest range of course styles and the most fascinating collection of cultural marvels. Narrowing down to just five reasons for a golf vacation to Italy is nearly impossible; however, we’ve done our best to highlight 5 of the reasons why we think you’ll love a visit…

The Colosseum

No trip to Rome would be complete without visiting the Colosseum – the most famous monument in the city also known as The Flavius Amphitheatre.  Opened in 80 A.D., it is one of the most impressive structures in the world, and standing aside the building truly gives the impression of a once imposing and enthralling historical event.