CTI Incentives & Events

Italy

About CTI Incentives & Events

Founded in 2006, CTI is a tight-knit, full-service DMC with combined team experience of more than 20 years. Covering the whole of Italy, we specialize in destinations including Rome, Milan, Venice, Florence & Tuscany, Sicily, Sardinia, Lake Maggiore, and Puglia. This combination, together with a customer-oriented team makes CTI a reliable partner in understanding all client needs.


What Makes Us Unique

At CTI, our primary focus is to always listen to the client’s needs and expectation. In addition to this, a fundamental attention to the all the details is what makes an event unique and unforgettable.

What everyone is saying about CTI Incentives & Events

"Alessandra was a god send! She was able to pivot quickly with changes, negotiate better rates for us, and was a huge asset to us as a go between with the resort. This program would not have had the success without her and the team that worked behind the scenes."

- Jennifer Stevens - Workhuman

"One of the best experiences I have had of working with a DMC and I've been doing this job for 35 years! The whole team was unbelievably professional, proactive and a real joy to work with. They worked alongside me as true partners and were instrumental in delivering a stunning series of event. "

- IAIN LIDDIARD, LEAD PRODUCER - The Outlook Creative Group

"I want to commend Paolo in particular for being a very straightforward and easy person to work with, and his on-site staff were extremely organized and able to adapt to many changes (lost luggage, flight delays, schedule changes, etc.) with seamless ease. "

- Sean Hoff - Moniker Partners

Italy

Italy is famous worldwide. Climb a volcano in Sicily, follow the famous Chianti Wine route, discover the Capital of renaissance - Florence, eat the original Pizza in Naples, enjoy the Emerald Amalfi Coast and more.

With a fascinating history, stunning art and architecture, nine months of sunny weather, a picturesque coastline and world-famous cuisine, Italy truly does have something for everyone and for every need Italy can be easily reached from anywhere in the world. Italy has 51 World Heritage Sites, a number that makes the country the first one in the world.

Key areas around Italy

  • Rome
  • Florence
  • Puglia
  • Naples & Pompei
  • Amalfi Coast
  • Venice
  • Sicily
  • Milan
  • Lake Como

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Why Italy?

  • Rome: Caput Mundi which in Latins means the Capital of the World. A mix of Art and the Roman culture from the past. The Colosseum, the Pantheon and not to forget the Majesty of the Vatican.
  • Florence: The greatest names of the past such as Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo have left clear marks on the whole territory of Florence and in Tuscany.
  • Puglia: The region of the White Trulli, is magical place in every way. A real True hidden treasure, that offers a great mix of natural beauty.
  • Naples & Pompei: Una “ESPERIENZA UNICA” a mix of historical tradition and food in the Italian way.
  • Amalfi Coast: The drive of a lifetime. Vertiginous views await on the winding, cliff-top coastal road linking Positano, Amalfi and Ravello.
  • Venice: There is nowhere in the world quite like it. The city captivates, charms and seduces with its unique beauty, encapsulated in enchanting buildings and picturesque waterways.
  • The island of Sicily: set in the middle of the Mediterranean and once the centre of the known world, dominated by Mount Etna, Europe’s largest volcano.
  • Milan: The world capital of fashion, shopping and design and boasts a unique artistic heritage, of which Da Vinci's Last Supper is the best-known masterpiece with over 2,400 years of history .

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What's new in Italy

  • In the southern part of Italy, the Puglia Region offers recently refurnished 5 star hotels. Top services facing the Mediterranean sea. Hotel Borgo Egnazia and Hotel Masseria Torre coccaro …. pearls facing the Emerald sea.
  • The pleasure of luxury mixed with a Golf & Meeting resort in Tuscany. Castelfalfi Country Club is placed in the unique Tuscany countryside
  • The old railway station in Florence can now be a meeting space for up to 1,500 people. Stazione Leopolda in the heart of Florence, the capital of renaissance.