9 Days 8 Nights
Naples (2N) – Rome (2N) – Florence (1N) – Milan (1N) – Venice (2N)
Italy is a must-see country and one of Europe’s most popular tourist attractions. There are many attractions in these Italy tour package, From the canals of Venice to the Tuscan wine fields, to the cobblestone alleys of Rome, to the Arno River running through Florence, to the cliffs of Positano, and beyond.
This tour will give you the chance to sample the city’s delectable Italian cuisine, as well as the views of the Amalfi Coast, the history of the ancient Roman Empire, public art and sculpture museums, and the Sistine Chapel, the Pope’s official residence. In this popular 9-day, 8-night Italy tour package, you will visit the most popular cities in Italy, such as Rome, Naples, Florence, Milan, and Venice.
Greetings from Rome! When you arrive at Rome Airport, go to the airport station to get a train to Naples. Naples is Italy's third-oldest city and home to one of the country's most stunning bays. Grab a break and take the rest of the day at your leisure. Naples for the night.
Following breakfast, you will depart for a half-day tour to Pompeii. It will teach you the most interesting facts regarding Pompeii and exhibit you the much more notable sites, like the thermal baths, the Lupanare brothel's frescoes, the Macellum with its "tabernae," prominent crafts in the commercial districts, the Basilica, and the House of Faun. During brief stops, you will have the opportunity to shoot various photographs. Naples for the night.
Optional: Amalfi Coast with Pompeii Full day tour
In only one day, you will see two of Campania's most important sights. Throughout various pauses, soak in the breathtaking views of the Amalfi Coast while snapping pictures and admiring is among the most stunning settings in the world. Its scenery is truly breathtaking, with innumerable huge cliffs that will keep you looking elsewhere. After that, you'll get the opportunity to see Pompeii, an ancient Roman city. Visitors will visit the Basilica, the Macellum, as well as the famed House of Faun, among the most remarkable ruins of Pompeii. Guests may travel back in time by walking through the city's well-preserved streets and rummaging around millennia-old buildings, temples, restaurants, shops, amphitheatres, and even a brothel.
After breakfast, check out and make your way to the train station to catch a train to Rome. The Eternal City is another name for the Italian capital. Rome, home of the ancient Roman Empire and Vatican City, has had a major impact on the world during the course of its roughly 2800-year existence. Check in and relax for the balance of the day. Overnight stay in Rome.
Begin your exploration of "the eternal city" of Rome with a 24-hour Hop on-Hop off pass following breakfast. The Colosseum, the Pantheon, the Roman Forum, and the Trevi Fountain are just a few of the incredible attractions you'll visit. Why not go shopping at one of Rome's various boutiques later in the afternoon? The evenings provide the ideal time to enjoy the city's delectable Italian cuisine in Trastevere, a charming neighborhood full of tiny local eateries. Overnight stay in Rome.
Optional: Vatican Museum and Sistine Chapel
The Vatican Museums are indeed the public art and sculpture museums of Vatican City. The Sistine Chapel is a chapel at the Apostolic Palace, the Pope's official residence in Vatican City.
After breakfast, check out and go to the train station to catch a train to Florence. In Italy, it was the birthplace of the Renaissance. The city is a cultural, aesthetic, and architectural treasure. Proceed to the hotel as soon as it arrives. Leaving all belongings at the hotel and join a half-day tour of Pisa from Florence.
Our tour begins with a walk along the Medieval walls up to Porta Santa Maria, the historic entrance gate. With its marble structures and well-kept green lawns, you'll be in front of a one-of-a-kind view: Piazza dei Miracoli. Outside, the Baptistery, Monumental Graveyard, and, of course, the world-famous Leaning Tower may all be seen. On your spare time in Florence, visit the Medici Chapels and admire the spectacular exterior of the Duomo.
Check out and head to the train station to catch a train to Milan after breakfast. Milan, often known as the Fashion Capital, is well-known for its historical and modern sites, as well as shopping. Proceed to the hotel once you arrive. Later, go on a sightseeing tour of Milan. One-day hop-on, hop-off tour.
Milan from a fresh vantage point, while having to contend with the city's frenetic speed in an open-top double-decker bus. Milan for the night.
Check out and go to the train station to catch a train to Venice after breakfast. Because of its famous canals, it is known as the Floating City. The lagoon, as well as a portion of the city, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. As soon as you arrive, proceed to the hotel. Day off to explore Venice on your own. Venice for the night.
Optional: Gondola Ride – 30Mins
Take a traditional guided gondola trip along the Grand Canal, where you can see the Rialto Bridge, Campo Manin, and other famous Venice landmarks from the city's most famous boat. Pass through tiny canals and alleys not visible from the city's narrow streets, making this a fantastic introduction to Venice for those with limited time.
Visit the Murano Burano Torcello after breakfast today. This Murano, Burano, and Torcello tour brings you to the islands of Venice, which are known for more than just handicrafts: Murano is known for its glassworks, Burano for its lace, and Torcello, the jewel of the Venetian archipelago, is home to Venice's first cathedral. Venice for the night.
After breakfast, check out and have a private transfer to Venice Airport.
You could withdraw euros from ATMs in the same way you would in the United States, but you may be charged extra be aware that European ATMs may not accept your card if your security code is longer than four digits.
The standard voltage and frequency in Italy are 230 V and 50 Hz, respectively. Types F and L power plugs and sockets are used.
Italian is the most widely spoken language in Italy, as well as the country's official language. In tourist locations, many inhabitants are multilingual, speaking English as well as other foreign languages.
In Italy, the euro (EUR) is the most widely used currency. Credit cards such as Visa and Mastercard are authorized, but it is advised that you phone ahead and inform the credit card provider of your travel plans to minimise interruptions while on vacation.
With good reason, the summer months are the most popular and busiest times to visit Italy. The Amalfi coast is beautiful in the summer, and historic towns like Rome, Florence, and Venice are bustling. Visiting the country in the spring or fall months is a great option because the temperature is milder and there are fewer tourists. The caveat is that many regional gems close for parts of the spring and fall, as well as most of the winter.