You Can Already Stay in the Italian Villas Featured in Season Three of ‘Succession’

If you enjoy Season 3 of HBO Succession As much as we have, you’d also enjoy indulging in the opulent mansions that hosted the Roy family during their eventful stay in Italy. No less than three different properties have been shown in the show’s most recent episodes; From the warmth of Tuscany to the cosmopolitan atmosphere of Lake Como, all united by the architectural threads of easy development and the good life. Fortunately for fans Succession, this exact trio of villas – representing the best of what Italy has to offer – are all available for rental (if you know where to look).

Full disclosure, exclusive residences aren’t the kind you’ll find on Airbnb. Instead, they need a little local help arranging accommodation, whether you’re a beginner like Greg the Egg or a senior certified dog like Logan Roy (photographed by Brian Cox). Even the team behind Succession She sought guidance from luxury travel consultant Emily Fitzroy, as it was recently revealed during her interview with The Hollywood Reporter.

FitzRoy – founder of luxury bespoke travel company Bellini Travel – has worked closely with Succession The production team brings this season’s scenes set in Italy to life, ensuring unprecedented access to properties the public has never seen before.



She explained, “I just learned that my surname means ‘illegitimate son of the Roy family’.”

“I think that’s how much I got involved in it.”

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Villa La Casinilla

One of the most impressive properties of this season Succession It was Villa La Casinella, which was located on the western shores of Lake Como and could only be reached by water. For reference, this is the villa where GoJo founder and CEO Lukas Matsson (portrayed by Alexander Skarsgård) is holed up, and where Logan and Roman Roy (portrayed by Kieran Culkin) are having fun while negotiating a potential acquisition that turned out to be a merger.

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“I love it because you can only get to it by boat, and it’s very private despite being in the vibrant heart of Lake Como,” Fitzroy adds.

The stunning waterfront property can accommodate an entire home of 17 guests, complete with a master residence with infinity-edge pool, actual gold reflective tiles, gym, cinema, and even a separate detached terrace house. “The best of everything,” Mattson of Skarsgard described it.

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The real star of this season from SuccessionLa Vos, however, was a charming estate in the heart of Tuscany. The crew spent three weeks filming on location for the wedding scenes. Central part of the story involving 3/4 Roy’s English mother of children/Logan Roy’s ex-wife, Mrs. Caroline Collingwood (portrayed by Harriet Walter), and her union with Peter Munion. La Foce can cater to 24 guests and offers seemingly endless gardens to explore.



“The gardens are the most beautiful gardens in all of Italy – ironically, they were designed by an Englishman. He invented the beautiful twisting driveway of the cypress trees you see on every postcard.”

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Cittinal Villa

The production also spent a short week at Villa Cetinale, a 17th-century Baroque estate in the heart of Italy, not far from Siena, which was originally built for Pope Alexander VII. The property actually consists of three romantic properties all available for private rent. Villa Setinal, La Serbia and Casa Fabri.

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all three of Succession Villas in Italy are now available for rent via Bellini Travel from FitzRoy at a price you might expect to get Roys’ seal of approval. We’re talking at least six figures a week. The absolutely stunning views and carefully curated interiors are well worth it, if you ask me.

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