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Italy Golden Circle: From Rome to Rome 7d/6n

Rome, Italy

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  • Breakfast included
  • Comprehensive tour by bus/coach
  • Family friendly
  • Ideal choice for families
  • Informative, friendly and professional guide
  • Multi-Day Trip

Overview

01 - ROME - SIENA - FLORENCE Departure by coach to SIENA, the beautiful medieval city renowned for the Palio horse race. Don't forget to taste the typical local dishes such as “Pici”, homemade pasta. Arrival in Florence around 2:00pm, welcome dinner in a local restaurant. Overnight in Florence. Meals: D
02 - FLORENCE After breakfast meet our local guide and visit the fascinating Florence: from Piazza del Duomo to Ponte Vecchio; from Piazza della Signoria up to the central avenues, where you'll find authentic masterpieces. An intense tour in the very heart of Florence that will introduce you to the many “must see” places of interest. Overnight at the hotel. Meals: B
03 - FLORENCE - VERONA - VENICE American buffet breakfast at the hotel, check out and departure to VENICE by coach. Along the way you will stop in VERONA. Proceed to Venice. Travel by boat until Saint Mark’s square where you will meet a local guide who will introduce you to the most important buildings such as the Doge’s Palace the and Clock tower. Dinner and Overnight in Venice. Meals: B D
04 VENICE - MURANO Breakfast at the hotel and then visit the colorful island of Murano. Here you will get an inside peek into the world-famous glass-blowing factories of the island. Overnight in Venice. Meals: B
05 - VENICE - SIRMIONE (Lake Garda) - LAKE COMO - MILAN American buffet breakfast at the hotel, check out and departure for SIRMIONE known as the Pearl of Garda Lake The visit to the village starts with the spectacular Scala Castle dating back to medieval times. In the afternoon, proceed to COMO LAKE where your tour leader will walk you around all the historic highlights. Then depart to MILAN where you can enjoy a panoramic tour to see: Sforzesco Castle and the Duomo. In the evening check in at hotel, dinner and overnight. 
Meals: B D
06 - MILAN - LA SPEZIA - PORTOVENERE - VERNAZZA - MONTEROSSO - LUCCA Breakfast in the hotel and check out. Depart to LA SPEZIA to embark on an unforgettable day dedicated to the discovery of one of the most amazing landscapes “CINQUE TERRE”. We will reach the first village of PORTOVENERE, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Its picturesque harbour is lined with brightly colored houses. By boat you reach VERNAZZA, a characteristic small fishing village. The last stop will be in MONTEROSSO, the largest of the five coastal villages. In the late afternoon return to La Spezia by train and take the coach to LUCCA. Explore the city with your tour leader. Dinner and overnight Meals: B D
07 - LUCCA - PISA - MONTEPULCIANO - ROMA Breakfast in the hotel. Depart to PISA for a walk to the heart of the city. Admire the Leaning Tower of Pisa. Enjoy a stop in the most iconic town in the area, MONTEPULCIANO. The "Nobile di Montepulciano" is one of the most awarded Italian wines in Italy and abroad. Take time to taste local wines. Proceed to Rome where you will arrive around 7.30pm.
Meals: B

Itinerary

Day 1: Rome – Siena – Florence (D)
Start your tour by hopping aboard a coach for Siena, the beautiful medieval city renowned for the Palio horse race. For lunch, consider a taste of typical local dishes such as "pici," homemade pasta. You'll arrive in Florence in the afternoon and enjoy a welcome dinner at a local restaurant.

Overnight: 4-star Grand Hotel Adriatic in Florence

Day 2: Florence (B)
After breakfast, meet your guide for a morning walking tour around the city. Starting from Piazza del Duomo, stroll to Ponte Vecchio, then on to Piazza della Signoria and up to the central avenues, where you'll find authentic Renaissance-era masterpieces. Highlights include Florence Duomo (Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore), Giotto’s Bell Tower, and Santa Croce, a 13th-century Franciscan church that’s home to Cimabue’s famous "Crucifix" painting. 

End in the very heart of Florence—perfect for continuing independently if you wish. Then return to your hotel and spend the rest of your evening at leisure.

Overnight: 4-star Grand Hotel Adriatic in Florence

Day 3: Florence – Verona – Venice (B, D)
After an American buffet breakfast at the hotel, check out and depart to Venice. Your coach makes a stop in Verona along the way. Famously the setting for Shakespeare’s "Romeo and Juliet," this enticing Veneto city has gained UNESCO status for its collection of monuments from eras dating back to 1st century BC.

On arrival in Venice, take a boat ride to St. Mark’s Square where you will meet a local guide to introduce you to significant monuments, such as the Doge’s Palace and Clock Tower. Learn of the doges who once ruled Venice by dastardly means, and then visit the Bridge of Sighs where prisoners were led before being locked away. Check in to your hotel in time for dinner.

Overnight: 4-star Hotel Villa Mabapa/Hotel Biasutti in Venice

Day 4: Venice – Murano (B)
Relax over breakfast and then take a boat ride to Murano, a cluster of tiny islands in the Venetian lagoon. Once a significant commercial port, Murano gained a reputation for glassmaking at the start of the 13th century, producing items that were (at that time) either rare or non-existent in Europe. Watch a glass-blowing demonstration inside a Murano workshop and see local glassmakers in action. After some free time here to sightsee or to shop for quality Murano glass souvenirs, return to your hotel by boat and spend your night at leisure.

Overnight: 4-star Hotel Villa Mabapa/Hotel Biasutti in Venice

Day 5: Venice – Italian Lakes – Milan (B, D)
After an American buffet breakfast at the hotel, check out and depart for Sirmione at Lake Garda, and explore the little peninsula town with your guide. Admire its colorful streets, Roman ruins, and the 13th-century Scaligero Castle—all set against the picturesque backdrop of Italy’s largest lake—and enjoy some free time for lunch (own expense). Later, hop back on board your coach and visit stunning Lake Como in the foothills of the Rhaetain Alps. Walk around one of the lake’s waterfront villages and soak up the relaxed atmosphere of Italian lakeside life.

Then depart to Milan for a city sightseeing tour by coach. Gaze in awe at Milan Duomo—one of Europe’s most striking examples of Gothic architecture. Admire Castello Sforzesco, Milan’s Renaissance pride and joy, and learn of the important museums that it now houses.

In the evening check in at your hotel and enjoy dinner.

Overnight: 4-star Hotel Antares Concorde in Milan (Viale Monza) 

Day 6: Milan – La Spezia – Portovenere – Vernazza – Monterosso – Lucca (B, D)
After breakfast, leave Milan and travel to La Spezia for an unforgettable day in Cinque Terre. Here you'll discover some of the most enchanting landscapes. Reach the first village of Portovenere, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Its picturesque harbor is lined with brightly colored houses and narrow, medieval streets. By boat you'll reach Vernazza, a characteristic fishing village, classified as one of the most beautiful villages in Italy. The last stop will be in Monterosso, the largest of the five coastal villages.

In the late afternoon, return to La Spezia by train and take the coach to Lucca. With your guide, stroll the cobblestone streets and bustling piazzas to the old Renaissance walls. At the end of the walk, you'll transfer to your hotel for check-in and dinner.
Overnight: 4-star hotel in Lucca

Day 7: Lucca – Pisa – Montepulciano – Rome (B)
After breakfast, leave Lucca behind and depart for Pisa. Here, set off on a walking tour through the heart of the city. Admire Cathedral Square with the Pisa Duomo, Campo Santo, Pisa Baptistry, and the Leaning Tower of Pisa—a UNESCO World Heritage site. Take free time for lunch and shopping before your departure.
Your coach crosses into Val D'Orcia, an area famous for its wine production and scenic landscapes, symbolic of the Tuscan region. Enjoy a stop in Montepulciano, the area's most emblematic town, for a taste of local wines.

The weeklong itinerary ends in Rome upon arrival in the evening.

Information

Includes:
  • 6 nights accommodation in 4* Hotels
  • Air-conditioned vehicle
  • Meals as per itinerary (6 breakfasts, 4 dinners, drinks not included)
  • Professional guide
Excludes:
  • Food and drinks, unless specified
  • Gratuities
  • City tax
Additional Info:
  • Confirmation will be received within 48 hours of booking, subject to availability
  • Travelers should have a moderate physical fitness level
  • Not wheelchair accessible
  • Child rate applies only when accompanied with two paying adults; in the case of three adults and one child, two twin rooms will be required. Please contact local tour operator for more information.

Meeting Point

Destination Italia Sightseeing Office  located in Viale dei Bastioni di Michelangelo 21 at 7.30 am
Departure Time:
Destination italia Sightseeing Office ,viale dei Bastioni di Michelangelo 21 or from your hotel if  it is centrally located
Return Details:
Concludes at Rome  Termini Train station at  7:30pm approx.
  • Italy Golden Circle: From Rome to Rome 7d/6n
  • Italy Golden Circle: From Rome to Rome 7d/6n
  • Italy Golden Circle: From Rome to Rome 7d/6n
  • Italy Golden Circle: From Rome to Rome 7d/6n
  • Italy Golden Circle: From Rome to Rome 7d/6n
  • Italy Golden Circle: From Rome to Rome 7d/6n
  • Italy Golden Circle: From Rome to Rome 7d/6n
  • Italy Golden Circle: From Rome to Rome 7d/6n
  • Italy Golden Circle: From Rome to Rome 7d/6n
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