6 Days 5 Nights
Rome (2N) – Florence (1N) – Venice (2N)
You may see places such as Rome, Florence, and Venice as part of this well-known Italy Tour Package. Italy is a must-see country and that one of Europe’s most popular tourist attractions. From the canals of Venice to the Tuscan wine fields, to the cobblestone streets of Rome, to the Arno river running through Florence, to the cliffs of Positano, and beyond, this lovely country has it all.
It’s difficult to know where to start for travellers because there are so many possibilities. Discovering the same through an Italy tour package may enable you to view the best of the country’s offerings.
Its most notable sights are associated with the Roman era and the legendary Renaissance period. Visitors return year after year to see the Coliseum in Rome, the Grand Canal in the Rialtine Islands, and the riches of Florence and Naples. Beautiful beaches, thrilling water sports, wildlife sanctuaries, outdoor activities, and waterside restaurants are all part of the country’s appeal.
Greetings from Rome! Your driver will greet you at the Rome Airport for your transport to the hotel. The Eternal City is another name for Rome, the Italian capital. Rome, home of the ancient Roman Empire and Vatican City, has had a major impact on the world during its nearly 2800-year history. Check in and relax for the remaining 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 after 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 in one of Rome's various boutiques in the afternoon? The evening provides the ideal time to enjoy the city's delectable Italian cuisine in Trastevere, a charming neighbourhood full of tiny local eateries. Overnight stay in Rome.
Optional: Vatican Museum and Sistine Chapel
The Vatican Museums are just the Vatican City's public art and sculpture museums. The Sistine Chapel is a chapel in Vatican City's Apostolic Palace, which serves as the Pope's official residence.
Check out and go to the railway station to catch a train to Florence after breakfast. It was the birthplace of the Renaissance in Italy. The city is a culinary, aesthetic, and architectural treasure. As soon as you arrive, proceed to the hotel. Leave your stuff at the hotel and take a half-day Pisa tour from Florence.
Our tour begins with a walk along the Medieval walls up to Porta Santa Maria, the historic entrance gate. You'll be in front of a one-of-a-kind view: Piazza dei Miracoli, with its marble buildings and well-kept green grounds. Nearby, the Baptistery, Monumental Graveyard, and, of course, the world-famous Leaning Tower may all be seen. Travel through the Medici Chapels and see the magnificent exterior of the Duomo in Florence during your free time.
Following breakfast, check out and head to the station to catch your train to Venice, also known as the Floating City. famous canals 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. Allow yourself a whole day to discover Venice at your leisure.
Venice for the night.
Optional Tour: Gondola Ride – 30Mins.
Take a traditional escorted gondola trip all along 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 seen from the city's small roads, making this a fantastic introduction to Venice for those with limited time. c
Today, having breakfast, go to Murano Burano Torcello. This trip expedition takes visitors to the islands of Venice, which are known not only for their handicrafts: Murano for its glass production, Burano for its laces, and Torcello, the jewel of an island in which the first cathedral in Venice was built. Venice for the night.
Having breakfast, check out and take a private transport to the airport.
Sure! As long as your card has a chip, you're OK to go.
However, having some euros on hand is usually a good idea. Also, be sure to inform your bank about your travels; otherwise, your account may be frozen. You can withdraw euros from ATMs in the same way you would in the United States, but you may be charged extra be mindful that European ATMs may not accept your card if your pin number is longer than four digits.
The normal voltage and frequency in Italy are 230 V and 50 Hz, respectively. Type 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 continental languages.
In Italy, the euro (EUR) is the most widely used currency. Credit cards such as Visa and Mastercard are accepted, but it is recommended 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 much of the winter.