Your tour begins in Rome at the Vatican Museum including the sacred Sistine Chapel. Continue to visit the Pantheon and Spanish Steps. Travel to the picturesque region of Tuscany, home to vineyards and enchanting villages. Stop in the walled city of Siena. Experience the culture, food, architecture, and art of the Renaissance period in the amazing city of Florence. Travel on the canals to explore the city of Venice and end the trip with an authentic Venetian dinner.
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Take a walking city tour of Naples discovering its monuments before enjoying an authentic Neapolitan pizza for lunch. Explore the archaeological excavations of Pompeii before proceeding to Amalfi. Discover the Amalfi Coast, one of the most enchanting places in Italy with its picturesque villages and breathtaking landscapes.
A unique itinerary through two of the most special Andalusian cities, Seville and Granada, and two very Mediterranean cities, Valencia and Barcelona. Continue with an interesting boat trip to see the spectacular Italian cities of Rome, Florence and Venice
This 8-day tour starts in the “heel of Italy”, the Apulia region. Known for its coastline along the Adriatic and Ionian Seas, its picturesque villages, history, traditions, vineyards, and olive trees. Spend 3 nights exploring this unique Italian region. Travel to the Amalfi coast and its gateway, Sorrento. In the 19th century, poet Lord Byron made Sorrento one of the must visit places in Italy. The beauty of Amalfi Coast is legendary and has inspired artists, writers, and musicians over the century, widely considered Italy’s most scenic stretch of coastline.
Start your tour by visiting Locorotondo and Cisternino while passing along beautiful small villages, vineyards, and olive trees. Explore Ostuni, known as the White Town and perched on three hills. Drive to Matera, the third oldest city in the world. Visit the charming town of Monopoli, known for its heroic fishermen and quality wines. Take a guided tour of Leece, the city with magnificent baroque architecture and strong Messapian roots.
In 17 days, you will explore from the top of the Italian boot to Sicily on the toe. Explore the Renaissance city of Florence and then onto the canals of Venice. Visit Tuscany, known for its landscapes, its churches, castles, and wine. In Rome, tour the Vatican and its amazing Sistine Chapel. Travel south to Pompeii and its archeological ruins buried under volcanic ash. Take in the breathtaking views of the Amalfi coast. Arrive in Sicily, an island filled with historic and cultural treasures.
Arrive in Rome, Italy’s revered capital and discover the wonders of the Eternal City, before visiting the Colosseum, one of the Seven Wonders of the World. Explore the ruins of Pompeii, one of the most well-known archaeological sites in the world. Drive along the Sorrentine Coast and take an exciting excursion to the island of Capri – one of the most exclusive summer destinations of the Mediterranean. Visit Monreale, an ancient royal town famous for its almonds, olive oil, citrus fruits, and Norman architecture. From discovering Palermo’s 3000-year old history to visiting the largest active volcano in Europe, this tour is bound to charm even the most seasoned of travelers!
Combine the best of Italy and Spain on this Mediterranean Dream tour. Start in Rome with an included visit to the Vatican and its beautiful Sistine Chapel. Travel to Florence with its eye-catching Duomo and art museums. Overnight in the “floating city” of Venice. In Spain, you will start with Barcelona known for its unique architecture, culinary delights, and lively nightlife. Spend some time in the Andalusia region with stops in Cordoba, Seville, and Granada with its famous Alhambra complex.
Walk through the charming narrow alleys of Bari and enjoy astonishing views from the city’s 12th century fortress. Visit the medieval town of Trani, known as the Pearl of Puglia before discovering Castel del Monte, a 13th century castle built under Roger the Norman and now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Depart for Alberobello, a world known UNESCO World Heritage Site and stay in a traditional Trullo, an Apulian dry stone hut with a conical roof. End this 6-day tour in Supersano by visiting an ancient farm and learn how to make authentic pasta, before enjoying dinner with local ingredients from the region.
Explore Venice, aptly named the “Floating City,” and spend an afternoon roaming the canals while visiting the Palazzo dei Dogi and the “Bridge of Sighs.” Next, make your way to Verona, the town famous for Romeo and Juliet. Learn about the art and history of world-famous architectural structures and renaissance palaces. End the trip in Como and experience the amazing panoramic views of the lake.