Discover a selection of more than 10,000 vacation rentals in Italy that are perfect for your trip. Whether you’re traveling with friends, family, or even pets, Vrbo vacation homes have the best amenities for hanging out with the people that matter most, including private pools and swimming pools. Prices start at $83 per night, and houses and villas are popular options for a stay in Italy. Either way, you'll find a rental for everyone's needs.
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Experience Italy in vacation home rentals

Long considered one of Europe's most glamorous vacation destinations, Italy's cultural and artistic heritage have lent it an air of elegance and sophistication that's hard to resist. The architectural triumphs of Rome, Florence, and Verona pay tribute to the country's pioneering role in the Renaissance era, while the fashion capital of Milan adds sleek lines and glimmering modernity to the must-see list. And it’s not just built heritage that brings visitors to Italy—vacation rentals are in high demand in the fall months, when the stunning Tuscan foliage starts to turn, and during the sun-soaked summers in seaside Genoa and Syracuse.

Things to do

Tourist attractions near vacation rentals in Italy

While it's tempting to head for the iconic sights of Italy's capital, there's more to the country's heritage highlights than Rome. Vacation rentals in northern Italy highlight enviable landmarks such as the Venice canals and, most impressively, the Verona Arena. This Roman amphitheater, built in the 1st century CE, is located in the bustling market square of Piazza Bra and is best known for its opera performances. Guests can enter through one of the 70 or so arches, and enjoy some of the world's finest musicians within the resplendent surroundings of this architectural triumph.


Activities near vacation homes in Italy

When it comes to outdoor adventures in Italy, vacation rentals place the action right on your doorstep. You can opt for well-appointed homes in one of the many villages surrounding Lake Garda and spend your days sailing the crystal-clear waters and swimming at idyllic beaches, or choose chic chalets near Trento for some thrilling winter-sports outings on the popular nearby slopes. The Gran Paradiso National Park boasts a number of hiking, cycling, and jogging trails that showcase the natural beauty of the Aosta Valley and Piedmont region’s deciduous woodland environment.


Local weather for vacation homes in Italy

A benevolent year-round climate makes exploring Italy's cultural offerings a breeze, thanks to long, sunny summers and mild, cool winters. Temperatures are higher in the south, so sun-worshipers should look to Sicily and Naples for their beach getaways, while the more moderate averages of the north are a comfortable alternative for sightseers. Summer averages still peak in the mid to high 70s, so you won't have to worry about wrapping up warm. You can also make take advantage of temperate winters in Italy—vacation rentals in the Veneto region place you a stone's throw from the region's famous Christmas markets.

Natural features

The wildlife of Italy

Nature lovers need look no further than Italian vacation rentals in Sicily for their next getaway. The island is home to an enviable array of nature reserves and conservation centers, including the Madonie Regional Natural Park. Here, bird-watchers will have the chance to spot over 200 native and migratory specimens, while the diversity of mammals—deer, boar, wildcats, and more—will thrill and delight kids and parents alike. The nearly extinct Nebrodi fir tree, along with beech forests and more than 70 species of orchid, are among the park's floral offerings.

Food and drink

Sample flavorful foods in Italy

Italian cuisine is one of the most popular worldwide. With roots stretching to antiquity, Italian cuisine is characterized by its simplicity, with many dishes using only a few high-quality ingredients for flavorful combinations. The culinary tastes vary by region, so you can enjoy authentic Italian meals in a restaurant near your vacation rental.

Good for couples

Romance in vacation rentals in Italy

Italy is a prime spot for a couple’s trip. Vacation homes are available near places like the Trevi Fountain, an aqueduct-fed rococo fountain with stunning sculpted figures, and Capri, an island with resorts, shops, and restaurants among mountaintop scenery and a scenic grotto. You'll also like Doge’s Palace, a Gothic palace with ornate architecture and exhibitions with duke’s rooms and an armory.

What's the best place to stay if you're looking to rent a house for a weekend in Italy?

If you're desperate for a quick hit of vitamin "sea," browse our vacation homes at Bau Beach in Fiumicino. Catch a glorious sunrise, practice your downward dog on the shore, enjoy seafood lunches at cozy restaurants ... Even if you only have a weekend to spare, there are many ways to relax in this popular part of Italy.

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