10 Days 9 Nights
Venice (3N) – Florence (3N) – Rome (3N)
Looking to explore Italy in 10 days? Look no further than IMAD Travel’s Venice Tour Package. This comprehensive package takes you on an unforgettable journey through the beautiful country of Italy, with a special focus on the iconic city of Venice.
From the moment you arrive, you’ll be swept away by the beauty and charm of Venice. The city’s winding canals and picturesque bridges provide the perfect backdrop for exploring its many sights and sounds. With IMAD Travel’s expert guides leading the way, you’ll visit some of Venice’s most famous landmarks, including St. Mark’s Basilica, the Doge’s Palace, and Rialto Bridge.
This 10-day Venice Tour package not only allows you to experience the beauty and culture of Venice but also gives you ample time to explore other parts of Italy, like Florence and Rome. The package includes a 3-night stay in each city, ensuring that you get enough time to soak up all the highlights each destination has to offer.
Your journey will begin in Venice, where you’ll be able to marvel at the stunning architecture and take a ride on a traditional gondola through the winding canals. You can visit famous landmarks such as St. Mark’s Basilica or take a stroll around Piazza San Marco while enjoying some delicious Italian gelato. With two more days in Venice, there is plenty of time for exploring hidden gems and indulging in authentic Italian cuisine.
Explore the magnificent art in Venice’s museums and cathedrals –
Venice is a city that has captivated the world with its beautiful canals, romantic streets, and stunning architecture. One of the most impressive aspects of this Italian gem is the art that graces its museums and cathedrals. With IMAD Travel’s Venice Tour Package, you can explore these magnificent works of art for yourself.
The city’s rich history has left behind a treasure trove of art that spans centuries. From Renaissance masterpieces to Baroque extravaganzas, Venice’s museums are home to some of the most celebrated artworks in the world. Visitors can marvel at paintings by Titian, Bellini, and Tintoretto in the Gallerie dell’Accademia or gaze upon the exquisite sculptures in Museo Correr.
Boat tour in Venice –
Venice, the floating city of Italy, is a must-see destination for every traveler. And what better way to explore this remarkable city than by boat? The Venice Tour Package from IMAD Travel offers an unforgettable experience that combines history, culture, and sightseeing.
The tour begins with a scenic ride along the Grand Canal. From there, visitors can marvel at the stunning architecture of the palaces and churches that line its banks. The package includes stops at some of Venice’s most iconic landmarks such as St. Mark’s Basilica and Doge’s Palace. Visitors can also enjoy a walk through the vibrant Rialto Market before heading back to their boat for a relaxing ride around the smaller canals and hidden corners of Venice.
Visit the Ca Rezzonico Museum –
If you are planning a trip to Venice, Italy, then the Ca Rezzonico Museum should be on your list of places to visit. This museum is known for its impressive collection of 18th century Venetian art and architecture. IMAD Travel offers an exclusive Venice tour package that includes a visit to the Ca Rezzonico Museum.
The museum is housed in a beautiful palace that dates back to the 18th century. The artwork on display here includes paintings, sculptures, and decorative arts from the period. Visitors can admire works by famous artists such as Tiepolo and Guardi.
One of the highlights of visiting this museum is seeing how wealthy Venetians lived during this time period. The rooms have been restored to their former glory with ornate furniture and decorations that give visitors a glimpse into what life was like for aristocrats in Venice centuries ago.
Veneto Wine Tour –
If you’re a wine enthusiast, then the Veneto region of Italy is an absolute must-visit destination on your travel bucket list. With its picturesque vineyards and rolling hills, this region has been producing some of the finest wines in Italy for centuries. And what better way to experience all that Veneto has to offer than with a Venice Tour Package from IMAD Travel?
IMAD Travel’s Venice Tour Package includes a guided tour through some of the most beautiful vineyards in Veneto, where you’ll get a chance to taste some of the world-renowned wines produced in this region. From Prosecco to Amarone, each wine comes with its own unique flavour profile and storey that will leave you wanting more.
In addition to wine tasting, IMAD Travel’s package also includes visits to historic landmarks such as the Rialto Bridge and St. Mark’s Basilica.
Florence – Visit the Academia Museum –
Florence, the cradle of the Renaissance, is one of the most visited cities in Italy. Its splendid architecture and breathtaking art treasures make it a place that everyone should add to their travel bucket list. If you’re planning a visit to Florence, then IMAD Travel’s Florence Tour Package is an excellent way to experience all that this magnificent city has to offer. One of the highlights of this tour package is visiting the Academia Museum.
The Accademia Museum is home to Michelangelo’s iconic statue of David, which draws thousands of visitors every year. The museum also features other works by Michelangelo, including unfinished sculptures like The Prisoners and Saint Matthew. Visitors can also admire paintings by various artists, such as Sandro Botticelli and Giambologna’s Mercury sculpture.
Florence – Cooking Lesson in Tuscan Countryside –
Discover the culinary delights of Tuscany on a cooking lesson in the heart of the Tuscan countryside. This unique experience is part of IMAD Travel’s Florence Tour Package, which allows you to explore the beautiful city of Florence while also indulging in authentic Italian cuisine. You’ll have the opportunity to learn from expert chefs and discover the secrets behind traditional Tuscan recipes.
The cooking lesson takes place at a charming farmhouse located just outside of Florence. Here, you’ll be welcomed by your host and chef for the day, who will take you through each step of preparing a delicious meal using only fresh and locally sourced ingredients. From handmade pasta to succulent meats and vegetables, you’ll learn how to create an authentic Tuscan feast that you can recreate at home.
Leisure Day to Explore Florence the City –
Florence, the capital city of Tuscany, Italy, is a beautiful and historic destination that has something for everyone. From the iconic Duomo to the impressive Uffizi Gallery and Ponte Vecchio Bridge, there are plenty of attractions to explore. If you’re planning a trip to Florence but don’t know where to start or want to make sure you see everything on your list, IMAD Travel has got you covered.
IMAD Travel offers an amazing Florence tour package that will take you on a journey through this magnificent city. You’ll get the chance to visit some of the most famous landmarks, like Piazza della Signoria and Palazzo Pitti, while also discovering hidden gems like charming neighbourhoods and quaint cafes. The tour guides are knowledgeable locals who will provide insightful commentary about each attraction as well as fun facts about Florence’s rich cultural history.
Explore Ancient and Modern Rome –
Rome, the Eternal City, has a rich history that spans over 2,500 years. It is a city that was founded by the twins Romulus and Remus in 753 BC and has since been home to some of the most magnificent architectural wonders in the world. Exploring Rome can be an overwhelming experience due to its vastness and complexity. However, with IMAD Travel’s Rome tour package, you can discover all that this ancient and modern city has to offer.
The tour package from IMAD Travel offers a comprehensive exploration of Rome’s historical landmarks such as The Colosseum, The Pantheon, The Roman Forum and much more. You will get to experience Rome’s rich culture through its art galleries, museums and archaeological sites. Additionally, you will have opportunities for dining at some of Italy’s finest restaurants where you can sample delectable Italian cuisine.
Rome – Tour of the Vatican City –
Rome is a city that has captured the hearts of tourists from around the world. From its rich history and culture to its stunning architecture and art, Rome has something to offer for everyone. One of the highlights of any trip to Rome is a tour of the Vatican City, which is home to some of the most iconic landmarks in Italy.
IMAD Travel offers an exceptional Rome tour package that includes a visit to the Vatican City. The package provides visitors with an opportunity to explore this beautiful city in all its glory. During your tour, you will get a chance to visit St Peter’s Basilica, one of the largest churches in the world, as well as admire Michelangelo’s breathtaking masterpiece – The Sistine Chapel ceiling.
The IMAD Travel Rome Tour Package also includes skip-the-line access so you can avoid long queues and spend more time exploring these magnificent landmarks.
Guided Tour of Ancient Rome –
Rome, the capital city of Italy, is a treasure trove of history and culture. Steeped in ancient mythology and architectural wonders from different eras, the city has something for everyone. If you’re planning a trip to Rome, then you must opt for IMAD Travel’s Rome Tour Package. The package offers a guided tour of Ancient Rome that will take you back in time.
The tour starts with a visit to the Colosseum, one of the most iconic landmarks in Rome. This amphitheatre was built over 2000 years ago and was used for gladiatorial contests and public spectacles such as animal hunts. The guide will provide you with fascinating insights into how it was constructed and its significance in Roman society. You’ll also get to see the Arch of Constantine which stands right next to it.
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When you arrive at Venice Airport, a representative will welcome you and help you in boarding a private water taxi to your hotel. You will stay at a hotel in Venice for three nights.
Begin your exploration of the city by strolling through the maze of cobblestone streets. Whatever path you take, you'll be rewarded with unexpected surprises: a secret chapel, a lovely plaza, and a canal full of gondolas. Make your way to the Cannaregio neighborhood, which features pedestrian walkways and small footbridges along the Strada Nova canal.
Gelato shops, artisan boutiques, and tempting pastries can be found in this neighborhood. Fiaschetteria Toscana, a restaurant that serves Venetian classics including black noodles in a delicate lobster sauce, is one choice for dinner in this region.
First, go to the Basilica of Saint Mark, the city's main church. The landmark Doge's Palace, a pink marble-facade palace that served as the seat of Venetian administration, lies nearby. The Accademia, an art museum rich with masterpieces from the Venetian Renaissance, is another must-see attraction. The realistic masterpieces of Bellini, Titian, Tinteretto, Tiepolo, Veronese, and others will take your breath away.
In the afternoon, you'll go on a boat tour of the city, which is the ideal way to see the sights. Travel down the famous Grand Canal, the world's most picturesque "main street" and Venice's major traffic artery.
The Grand Canal is a Venetian architectural jewel box. Take in the breathtaking sights of the beautiful palaces with the canal at their doorstep and portrait what life would be like if you commuted by gondola every day.
Visit the Ca Rezzonico Museum, a magnificent 18th-century palace displaying the works of famous artists like Tiepolo and Veronese. Consider taking a walking tour of the Jewish Quarter. Since the 1300s, it has been a vibrant Jewish community, and now it is a peaceful area with remains of the ancient Jewish culture—there are two kosher restaurants, a rabbinical school, and five synagogues.
The business sector referenced in Shakespeare's "Merchant of Venice," where Jewish moneylenders traded, may be seen nearby at the Rialto Bridge. This evening, you have the option of participating in a "Veneto Wine Tour." Discover lovely wine bars (called enoteche) in Venice's secret corners.
Your guide will be an Italian wine specialist and an experienced sommelier. The tasting will begin with white wines and end with outstanding red wines. Each wine will be matched with Cicchetti, which is classic Venetian snacks.
This morning, you will be taken by private water taxi from your hotel to the Venice railway station. Take a train to Florence. You will visit the Accademia Gallery after settling into your accommodation and resting from your journey.
Your guide will have made bookings in advance for you to avoid long waits. This museum's main attraction is Michelangelo's enormous masterwork "David," which symbolizes the Florentine Renaissance. Tonight, have a hearty Tuscan in the heart of Florence's historic center.
This is where you'll discover a variety of authentic and welcoming trattorias serving classic Tuscan delicacies like rigatoni with a large piece of meat. Don't forget to drink a glass of Chianti or another local Tuscan wine with your dinner.
This morning, you'll travel to the Tuscan countryside for a practical learning cooking adventure! You've been invited to a private cooking session with an Italian chef at his restaurant in the Chianti region of Tuscany, one of the most beautiful parts of the country. Chianti is well-known among wine lovers and visitors from all over the globe for producing some of Italy's greatest red wines.
A menu of classic Tuscan foods will be provided for your cooking lesson. The step-by-step, hands-on training will teach you how to create each dish from the ground up. After lunch, you can return to Florence or spend the afternoon wine sampling in Chianti. In Greve, Chianti's only major town, you may visit wine stores in the main plaza.
Another must-see destination is the hamlet of Montepulciano, which is known for its high-quality red wines. You might perhaps go to the charming fortified town of Montefioralle.
Florence, a beautifully maintained medieval city, has enabled art and culture to flourish since the 14th century. The wealth generated by the city's textile and commerce businesses enabled the Renaissance to begin here. A walk around Florence transports you back in time.
Begin with the Duomo, the city's most prominent cathedral and an architectural masterpiece. Filippo Brunelleschi, the cathedral's architect, spent ten years researching the remains of Roman architecture before figuring out how to create the cathedral's larger-than-life-size dome. Following this awe-inspiring visit, it's time for an espresso or gelato at the bustling Piazza Signoria, which is also a terrific area to people-watch.
You may continue your trek down the Arno River until you reach the Ponte Vecchio, which translates to "old bridge" in English. The bridge is lined with historic gold and silver stores whose designs haven't been modified in generations. For supper, sample the most renowned Tuscan delicacy, the hearty ribollita soup made from beans, vegetables, and bread, which is best eaten with a glass of Chianti wine.
Take the train to Rome in the morning. For any visitor, arriving in Rome is one of the most thrilling experiences.
The first glimpse of the Colosseum is awe-inspiring, bringing the ancient world to life. Rome, sometimes known as the "Eternal City," is an outdoor museum filled with significant structures and historical ruins.
Tonight, treat yourself to a relaxed supper at a typical wine bar that provides real local food. There are many at Piazza Navona, an exquisite nightlife destination that appeals to people of all ages. Spend the day exploring at your leisure, with surprises around every turn.
Today, you'll go on a four-hour tour of Vatican City. Your trip includes a highly acclaimed seminar designed to provide an in-depth introduction to the Vatican art collection as well as the breathtaking architecture of St. Peter's Basilica.
By the time you get to the Sistine Chapel, you'll have a better understanding of the cultural and creative environment that enabled Michelangelo to produce the extraordinarily detailed and magnificent "Last Judgment" ceiling painting. The journey closes with a visit to the stunningly massive Saint Peter's Basilica, the magnificent basilica that serves as the icon of Catholicism.
After leaving Saint Peter's Basilica, you will arrive in Saint Peter's Square, a significant square constructed by Bernini, where the Pope makes his public appearances.
Today you will go on a short guided tour of ancient Rome. This four-hour walking trip takes you through the archaeological heart of the city, including Palatine Hill, the Forum, and the Colosseum. The ancient monuments, steeped in history, offer the foundation for knowing classical era Rome.
Your guide, an antiques and archaeology researcher, will accompany you around the Roman Forum and weave an in-depth storey about ancient Rome's greatness. The trip closes with a study of the decadent Roman public shows that took place there, including gladiatorial competitions, simulated sea wars, and wild beast hunts. The Colosseum, also known as the Flavian Amphitheater, is a wonder of engineering and long-lasting structure. At the end of your stroll, you will have a better understanding of ancient Rome, its emperors, history, and engineering accomplishments.
You will be transported to the airport in the morning for your departing flight.
Of course! So long as your card contains a chip.
However, it's usually a good idea to have some euros on hand. Also, notify your bank of your trip plans; otherwise, your account may be frozen. You may withdraw euros from ATMs just as you would in the United States, but you may be charged a fee—and keep in mind that if your pin number is longer than four digits, European ATMs may not accept your card.
Italy implements a different set of outlets than the United States. Fortunately, you can get a converter in advance from places like Amazon (you'll probably find them at the airport as well—they're the normal European 2-round-pin ones).
No, photographs are not permitted within the Sistine Chapel. Photographs may be taken inside the Vatican Museums, but no flash is permitted.
Spring (with the exception of the Easter weeks) and fall, particularly May and October, are the best times to visit Rome for the first time.
Italy may be visited all year, although certain seasons are obviously better than others.