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1Rome

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Rome, Italy’s capital, is a sprawling, cosmopolitan city with nearly 3,000 years of globally influential art, architecture and culture on display.

Ancient ruins such as the Forum and the Colosseum evoke the power of the former Roman Empire. Vatican City, headquarters of the Roman Catholic Church, has St. Peter’s Basilica and the Vatican Museums, which house masterpieces such as Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel frescoes.Modern Rome may have a lot to offer visitors, but to get a true sense of the city, it pays to step back in time. At the Museum of Roman Civilization, you can see a scale model of what ancient Rome looked like. There are also reproductions of some of the most famous Roman artifacts, letting you get a closer look at life in Imperial Roman times. The Museum of Roman Civilization, also know as the Museo della Civilta Romana, is located south of the city in a district called EUR, which boasts interesting plazas and buildings from the 1930s and 40s.

Suggested attractions in and around Rome

Distance 280 km
2Florence

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Florence is the capital of the region of Tuscany and around the beginning of the 14th century is was politically, 

Economically and culturally one of the most important cities in Europe for almost 250 years. Today the city is regarded as a cultural, artistic and architectural gem.The Florentines invented both Renaissance and neoclassical architecture, a fact which greatly influenced and revolutionised the way Rome, London, Paris and every other major city in Europe was built.Scientists in Florence, one of whom was Gallileo, pioneered the study of optics, ballistics, astronomy and anatomy.Opera was invented in Florence. The Renaissance city that is known the world over for its incredible architecture. For art lovers, the number one stop in Florence should be the Uffizi Gallery, which boasts an amazing collection of paintings by European masters like Titian and Botticelli. Other great museums in the city include the Pitti Palace, the Gucci Museum and the Bargello. Stroll through the old town center to see the Duomo di Firenze, complete with a dome by Brunelleschi, the Giotto Tower, the Palazzo Vecchio and the bustling Mercato del Porcellino, a market filled with vendors from throughout the region.

Suggested attractions in and around Florence

Distance 85 km
3Pisa

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Pisa is a city in Italy's Tuscany region best known for its iconic Leaning Tower.
 Already tilting when it was completed in 1372, the 56m white-marble cylinder is the bell tower of the Romanesque, striped-marble cathedral that rises next to it in the Piazza dei Miracoli. Also in the piazza is the Baptistry, whose renowned acoustics are demonstrated by amateur singers daily, and the Caposanto Monumentale cemetery. The Leaning tower is the bell tower for the cathedral complex situated on the Piazza del Duomo, another top Pisa sight. Take time to stroll through the Piazza del Miracoli, the city’s top square that is lined with beautiful old buildings.The origin of the name, Pisa, is a mystery. While the origin of the city had remained unknown for centuries, the Pelasgi, the Greeks, the Etruscans, and the Ligurains had variously been proposed as founders of the city. Archaeological remains from the 5th century BC confirmed the existence of a city at the sea, trading with Greeks and Gauls. The presence of an Etruscan necropolis, discovered during excavations in the Arena Gribaldi in 1991, confirmed its Etruscan origins.

Suggested attractions in and around Pisa

Distance 104 km
4Cinque Terre

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Cinque Terre is undeniably one of the most beautiful areas of Italy. 
A visit to just one of the five villages of Riomaggiore, Manarola, Vernazza, Monterosso and Corniglia will confirm this. Made to grace picture postcards, the towns are built on steep hills and atop high cliffs overlooking the Mediterranean. It doesn’t get much more scenic than this. Most towns are reachable only by train. Comfortable walking shoes are a must since cars aren’t allowed in the older sections of these towns. Onterosso al Mare is a small village on the northwest coast with the best beaches on Cinque Terre. Monterosso has the best beaches of the Cinque Terre villages and the most wine shops, artisan shops, hotels and restaurants. It is divided into Old and New Town that are connected by a tunnel used mainly by pedestrians. A top sight is the Church of San Francisco, a monastery that boasts a Van Dyck painting. The village is well-known for its lemons, olives and white wines, so travelers will want to be sure to sample some.

Suggested attractions in and around Cinque Terre

Distance 287 km
5Verona

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Verona is a city in northern Italy’s Veneto region famous for being the setting of Shakespeare’s "Romeo and Juliet." 

It's home to a 14th-century house said to have “Juliet’s balcony,” even though the building’s connection to the play is fictional. Verona is also famed for its grand Arena, a 1st-century Roman amphitheater still hosting concerts and an annual opera festival.On your way from Milan to Venice, spend some time in the city of Verona. This city of love was the setting for Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, and you can actually tour Casa di Giulietta, which is now a symbol of romance and eternal love. Verona also boasts a number of Roman ruins, like the amphitheater that is one of the world’s largest and was built nearly 2,000 years ago. Round out your stay with some window shopping along the Via Mazzini, a pedestrian-friendly stretch of upscale Italian boutiques.


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Suggested attractions in and around Verona

Distance 121 km
6Venice

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Venice, capital of northern Italy’s Veneto region, is built on more than 100 small islands in a marshy lagoon in the Adriatic Sea.
Its stone palaces seemingly rise out of the water. There are no cars or roadways, just canals and boats. The Grand Canal snakes through the city, which is filled with innumerable narrow, maze like alleys and small squares.A city built on 118 islands off the coast of northeastern Italy, Venice is unlike any other city in Europe or, for that matter, the world. Virtually unchanged in appearance for more than 600 years, the City of Canals looks more like something out of a picture book than a modern metropolis. It’s a place where the entire city is viewed as an attraction in itself. A city packed with great art and architecture, millions of visitors come each year to enjoy the experience that is Venice. Even at the height of tourist season, however, Venice is a travel destination that manages to exceed all expectations. Here are the top tourist attractions in Venice that make a visit to this Italian city so special.

Suggested attractions in and around Venice

Distance 279 km
7Milan

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Milan, a metropolis in Italy's northern Lombardy region, is a global capital of fashion and design.
Milan was damaged heavily during World War II, but was rebuilt to be a grand city with plenty of history.The amazing museums, including the Pinacoteca di Brera and the Leonardo da Vinci Museum of Science and Technology. Then, climb to the roof of the Duomo, a 14th century cathedral, and soak in views of the entire city. Don’t leave Milan without seeing a live performance at La Scale Theater, strolling through the Piazza del Duomo or shopping at the ritzy Galleria Vittorio Emanuele. Milan is a fantastic home base for all kinds of getaways.For those interested in the modern culture, there is no end to incredible eateries serving up Milanese specialties, and the nightlife is some of the best in all of Italy.



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Suggested attractions in and around Milan


Rome
DAY 1
ARRIVAL
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Rome

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Traditionally founded in 753 BC by Romulus and Remus, Rome began its great development beginning from the 10 century BC till it became first a Republic and then the centre of a great empire, the Roman Empire. After its fall, in 476 AC, the city underwent a slow decline and was invaded by barbarians. In 754, by the defeat of the Franks, began the temporal power of the Popes over the Sate of the Church. On Christmas D 800, Charlemagne was crowned as Augustus and Emperor. With him began the period of the Holy Roman Empire, during which the city reduced to a little, corrupted town with a purely symbolic role. The fortune of the city during the centuries was distinguished by ups and downs. To an increasing power of the Church corresponded a decline of the city self, field of fights among the noble roman families. As in other large Italian town during the 12th century the Commune of Rome strengthened its administrative position, soon to be annihilated again by the power of the popes and their domination over central Italy, known as Papal States. Artistically, Rome underwent a period of great rebirth during the Renaissance and the Baroque periods, but politically it freed itself from the domination of the temporal power only in 1871, when it became capital of Italy. The event that marked the rebellion against the popes is known as breach of Porta Pia, and was leaded by the national hero Giuseppe Garibaldi.


Trevi Fountain
DAY 2
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Trevi Fountain

Rome - Italy

The Fontana di Trevi or Trevi Fountain is the most famous and arguably the most beautiful fountain in all of Rome. This impressive monument dominates the small Trevi Square located in the Quirinale district.Water flows over artificial rocks into a large semicircular basin that represents the sea. Every day some eighty million liters of water flow through the fountain. The water is reused to supply several other Roman fountains, including the Fountain of the Four Rivers, the Tortoise Fountain and the Fountain of the Old Boat in front of the Spanish Steps.Tradition has it that you will return to Rome if you throw a coin into the fountain's water basin. You should toss it with your right hand over your left shoulder (or left hand over your right shoulder) with your back to the fountain. You're not allowed to look behind you while you're tossing the coin but the fountain is so large it's basically impossible to miss.


Spanish Steps
DAY 2
Sightseeing:

Spanish Steps

Rome - Italy

The Spanish Steps are a set of steps climbing a steep slope between the Piazza di Spagna at the base and Piazza Trinita dei Monti at the top dominated by Trinita dei Monti Church.The steps are at the eastern end of the old city centre. From the base there is a maze of very narrow lanes crammed full with designer shops waiting to be explored.Although a major draw for visitors there is no particular wow factor as such, a place to congregate and hang out for a while.The stairway itself is of 138 steps, if you cannot manage this there is a lift, part of the Metro complex - but like the Metro station itself it is quite seedy.In May each year the steps are decorated with pink azaleas.


St. Peter's Square
DAY 2
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St. Peter's Square

Rome - Italy

The striking square and its imposing colonnade lead to the greatest basilica of the Christian world: St Peter's Basilica (Basilica San Pietro). It also represents the core of the Vatican City, the smallest state in the world. In the origins, the square used to be the place where Nerone Circus and Gardens where located, and where many Christians, including Saint Peter, suffered from martyrdom.In the centre of the square stands out an Egyptian obelisk (without hieroglyphics and built during the Ramsete II dynasty) brought to Rome by Emperor Caligola in 37 b.C.If you look at the colonnade from a precise point of the St Peter's square (close to the obelisk, indicated by a stone) you get the impression seeing just one row of columns instead of four, this is a very particular optical Illusion.


The Pantheon
DAY 2
Sightseeing:

The Pantheon

Rome - Italy

The Pantheon is a building in Rome which was originally built as a temple to the seven deities of the seven planets in the Roman state religion, but which has been a Christian church since the 7th century. It is the best-preserved of all Roman buildings and the oldest important building in the world with its original roof intact. It has been in continuous use throughout its history.The Pantheon was dedicated to pan theos, "all the gods." When it became a church, it was dedicated to the Virgin Mary and all the martyrs.The Pantheon is the burial place of several important Italians (including the artist Raphael), and it remains an active church. It is a major tourist destination and a popular place for weddings.


The Colosseum
DAY 3
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The Colosseum

Rome - Italy

The Colosseum or Coliseum is today the most recognisable of Rome's Classical buildings. Even 2,000 years after it was built, and despite centuries when the abandoned building was pillaged for building materials, it is instantly recognisable ... a Classical template for the stadia of today. It was the first permanent amphitheatre to be raised in Rome, and the most impressive arena the Classical world had yet seen. And with accommodation for 60,000 seated and 10,000 standing, all of whom could enter and leave in a matter of minutes, courtesy of 80 entrances, this is a structure that the designers of modern sports stadia could learn from.Large parts of the Colosseum are accessible to wheelchair users and there is a lift to some of the upper levels - please mention that you'll be wanting to use the lift/elevator at the moment you pick up your tickets - you will likely be given a sort of pass for the lift.


Imperial Forums
DAY 3
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Imperial Forums

Rome - Italy

The Imperial Forums were an important center for religion and politics in Rome. Political discussions were held here, justice was administered and there was also room for education and libraries.The Imperial Forums (or more correctly Imperial Fora), not to be confused with the older Roman Forum, are a series of public squares surrounded by majestic buildings that were constructed between 46 BC and 113 AD. Several emperors added their own forum not just for practical reasons but also to make themselves appear in a more favorable light by freely spending money on public projects. For many decades, the forums were the center of city life and important figures gathered here to discuss the economy or expound upon their beliefs about politics or any other hot subject of the era. There was also room for other purposes such as religion, administration, education and even commercial activities.


Ponte Vecchio
DAY 3
Sightseeing:

Ponte Vecchio

Florence - Italy

The Ponte Vecchio (Old Bridge) is a medieval bridge spanning the river Arno in Florence. It is one of the few remaining bridges with houses built upon. The Vasari corridor that runs over the houses connects the Uffizi with the Pitti Palace on the other side of the river.The pedestrian bridge is often teeming with tourists and the many musicians, portraitists and other entertainers create a constantly vibrant atmosphere. The bridge is at its most beautiful at dusk, especially when seen from the Ponte Santa Trinità. The houses on the bridge were initially used as workshops and a diverse array of shopkeepers such as butchers and tanners did business here. In 1593 duke Ferdinand I decided to replace them with goldsmiths, reportedly because the shops produced too much garbage and caused a foul stench.Today the houses are used as shops selling a wide assortment of jewelry, ranging from affordable modern jewels to pricey antiques.Some of the houses on the bridge have an extension hanging over the river. The extensions are supported with long wooden shores, known as sporti.


Florence Cathedral
DAY 3
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Florence Cathedral

Florence - Italy

Florence's cathedral stands tall over the city with its magnificent Renaissance dome designed by Filippo Brunelleschi, with the baptistery right across. The cathedral named in honor of Santa Maria del Fiore is a vast Gothic structure built on the site of the 7th century church of Santa Reparata, the remains of which can be seen in the crypt.Entrance into Florence's cathedral remains free and for this reason you'll at times find a long line to get in. Don't worry, the line moves pretty quickly! But in an effort to reduce the line, the cathedral administration is trying to increase the number of visitors allowed at any one time into the church as long as noise level remains low. 


Pisa Tower
DAY 4
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Pisa Tower

Pisa - Italy

The learning tower of Pisa, known as Torre Pendente di Pisa in Italian, is different than most medieval architecture. This particular section won't cover the highly advanced construction techniques that were used, it is important to mention how this tower's design is significant. The Leaning Tower is the third oldest building on Pisa's Piazza del Duomo (cathedral square), the Cathedral and Baptistry were first.In 1990, the Leaning Tower was closed. The bells were removed and the tower was anchored. Reopened in 2001 for tourists, the leaning tower of Pisa is finally sturdy and safe. Naturally, climbing to the top of the tower has become the most popular tourist activity within reason, and for good reason: with a history as deep and as wrought with unfortunate circumstance as this one, it's hard not to get excited about.


Cinque Terre
DAY 4
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Cinque Terre

Cinque Terre - Italy

The Cinque Terre (five towns) is a string of five fishing villages perched high on the Italian Riviera (region Liguria) which until recently were linked only by mule tracks and accessible only by rail or water.An ancient system of footpaths is still the best way to visit the five villages: Monterosso, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola and Riomaggiore. The Cinque Terre is noted for its beauty. Over centuries, people have carefully built terraces to cultivate grapes and olives on the rugged, steep landscape right up to the cliffs that overlook the Mediterranean Sea.The breathtaking views of harbors far below the wild but hospitable coastline along with the medieval fortresses and plentiful vines and vibrant colors make this a memorable holiday.


Gondola Ride
DAY 5
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Gondola Ride

Venice - Italy

A gondola ride is the one Venetian tourist trap everyone falls into willingly Long, sleek, black, slightly crooked, looking like a cross between a canoe and a coffin, the single oar worked by a professional gondoliere.That's the Venetian gondola, the primary form of transportation in Venice from the 12th century until speedboats roared into the canals in the late 20th.And touristy or not, your visit to Venice isn't complete until you take one of these time-honored water taxis for a spin. Technically the gondola is a mode of transportation, and technically you might find a gondolier willing to ferry you from point A to point B, but in practice these most famous of Venetian boats operate as supremely overpriced tourist mini-cruises, not as a viable means of public transportation.The average gondola ride lasts 40 minutes.


Ponte di Rialto
DAY 5
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Ponte di Rialto

Venice - Italy

Connecting the districts of San Polo and San Marco across the Grand Canal in the heart of the city, the Rialto Bridge has always been a busy crossing in Venice. But instead of being crowded with merchants like during Venice's heyday, the bridge is now swamped by tourists.The Rialto Bridge is formed by two inclined ramps covered by a portico with shops on either side. (This area has long been a market place for Venetians.) There are three walkways that cross the bridge - two along the outer balustrades and a wider one in the center. As a top tourist attraction, the Rialto Bridge is generally included on most tours of the city and is easily photographed while riding a vaporetto (water bus) along the Grand Canal.


Ponte di Sospiri
DAY 5
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Ponte di Sospiri

Venice - Italy

Remember those science-fiction comic books from the 1950s that showed skyscrapers connected by enclosed bridges far above the ground? Venice's Ponte dei Sospiri, or "Bridge of Sighs," may have been the inspiration for such architectural fantasies.Antonio Contino's bridge over the Rio di Palazzo was erected in the year 1600 to connect the Doge's prisons, or Prigioni, with the inquisitor's rooms in the main palace. The name "Bridge of Sighs" was invented in the 19th Century, when Lord Byron helped to popularize the belief that the bridge's name was inspired by the sighs of condemned prisoners as they were led through it to the executioner. This 90-minute tour is conducted in Italian; it also includes the prisons, torture chambers, and other rooms that normally aren't open to visitors. From June through September, tours are scheduled daily except Wednesdays at 10 a.m. and noon.


The Grand Canal
DAY 5
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The Grand Canal

Venice - Italy

Venice's Canal Grande (Grand Canal) - also known by Venetians as Canalazzo - is the major water-traffic corridor sweeping through this amazing city.The glorious past of Venice returns once a year to the Grand Canal during the Regata Storica (historical regatta) on the first sunday of September. The first of these regattas - boat races - were held here in the fourteenth century. The races are proceeded by a spectacular boat parade, led by the Serenissima, a sumptuously decorated boat. The regatta is one of Venice's yearly highlights, attracting throngs of  Gondola on the Canal Grande,tourists who admire the many historic boats with crews in traditional clothing.The best way to view the magnificent buildings along the Grand Canal, of course, is to travel by vaporetto (water bus) from one end to the other. (The #1 or #2 both travel from end to end.) Many tourists also take advantage of a romantic gondola ride along the waterway, which is an especially memorable way to experience the Canal Grande. Another option is to take one of the many water taxis.


Basilica di San Marco
DAY 5
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Basilica di San Marco

Venice - Italy

Basilica San Marco, the grand, multi-domed church on Saint Mark's Square is one of one of Venice's top attractions and one of Italy's most spectacular cathedrals. Exhibiting influences from Byzantine, Western European, and Islamic architecture all due to Venice's powerful seafaring past, Saint Mark's Basilica is truly an embodiment of the Venetian aesthetic. Visitors flock to Basilica San Marco to admire its gleaming, golden Byzantine mosaics, which adorn the church's main portal as well as the inside of each of the basilica's five domes. Most of the astounding ornamentation of Saint Mark's Basilica dates from the 11th to the 13th centuries. In addition to gorgeous mosaics, Basilica San Marco also houses the relics of its namesake, the apostle Saint Mark, and the sumptuous Pala d'Oro, a golden altarpiece decorated with priceless jewels.A visit to Saint Mark's Basilica is a must for a first-time tourist to Venice, and indeed the church holds so many precious artworks and relics that subsequent visits are recommended.


Milan Cathedral
DAY 6
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Milan Cathedral

Milan - Italy

The majestic building in white marble extends over 157 m length. With its five ships the cathedral is overwhelming. The light falls through beautifully decorated stained glass windows in the interior. The Duomo, the Cathedral of Santa Maria Nascente, is the most important example of Gothic architecture in Italy.A particular pleasure is to walk on the roof of the cathedral. On the north side a staircase and an elevator run to the roof terrace on the roof.Then you are surrounded by over 4000 marble figures Guglie, the peakes of figures and ornaments, of which each is a unique piece.In the cathedral is to preserve silence and cell phones are off.Entry is only allowed in appropriate clothing. Tourists in shorts and strapless shirts will be denied Admission.


Royal Palace of Milan
DAY 6
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Royal Palace of Milan

Milan - Italy

The Palazzo Reale in Milan, a former royal palace with its large halls, refined furnishings and sweeping staircase, is today an important exhibition venue and cultural centre. With a space of 7,000 square metres, it regularly displays modern and contemporary art works including many famous collections from around the world in collaboration with renowned museums and cultural institutions.The Royal Palace of Milan (Palazzo Reale di Milano in Italian) is a culture centre and a home to many exhibitions and expositions. It has been the seat of the government of Milan for many centuries. The palace is located to the right of the facade of the cathedral the Duomo of Milano.The interiors was commissioned to famous artists, such as the Maggiolini family. The great Neoclassical renovation performed by Giuseppe Piermarini took place towards the end of the 18th century. From then on, it was a palace for the rulers of the city, including Maria Theresa, Napoleon, Ferdinand I, and the Savoy family, Italy’s royal family. Many illustrious artists enriched the halls with magnificent works of art, paintings and furnishings, to celebrate the glory of kings and emperors.


Galleria Vittorio EmanueleII
DAY 6
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Galleria Vittorio EmanueleII

Milan - Italy

The Galleria, a place of transit for busy managers or a stop for enchanted and curious tourists, expresses the various faces of the city through its many facets.As soon as it was finished, the Galleria became immediately famous for its large size, extraordinary for the time and sign of a new era.The 20th century is synonymous with modernity and progress. It’s an intricate and complex historical period that saw technical accelerations, engineering-industrial products, and, in general, the rise of the work of the human genius.The great spaces of the Galleria foresaw a reality that has its distinguishing mark in the sense of movement. We can’t forget here, in the artistic field, a masterpiece such as “Riot in the Gallery” (Rissa in Galleria) by Boccioni, that represents reality in an innovative way, projected into a dynamic future. Cars, trams, work in factories: everything was changing the rhythm of the city and the people’s idea on everyday life.


Milan
DAY 7
DEPARTURE

Milan

Milan - Italy

Milan is either Italy's second or first city, depending on who you ask. While Rome may be the administrative capital, Milan is the country's financial powerhouse, the home of Italy's stock exchange, at the heartland of the wealthy and productive north.In some ways, Milan has more in common with Paris or London than with other Italian cities. It's a business-like city with a work-hard, play-hard ethos. Rome may be the capital and the seat of government, but Milan is the business heart of Italy, the place where deals are made.The city has always been important, occupied by successive powers, and like most important cities it has been rebuilt many times. Consequently it lacks the medieval informal charm of other Italian towns, and is sometimes overlooked as a holiday destination.But in fact Milan has a lot to offer the visitor. The city is vibrant and has many sights of interest, as well as being a good jumping-off place for other North Italy destinations, such as Lake Como and the Alps. It's a good spot to spend a city break or a long weekend, or as the starting point for a two-centre holiday.


Detailed Day Wise Itinerary:


DAY 1ARRIVAL  AT ROME


Arrive at the Leonardo da Vinci International Airport or simply Rome Fiumicino Airport, also known as just Fiumicino Airport, is international airport in Rome and meet our Visit Europe representative. Transfer to your hotel and check in. Relax to get rid of your jet-lag and spend your day at leisure. Explore the cultural, have a lumptious dinner.


HOTEL:  Rome

MEALS:  Dinner and Breakfast


DAY 2: ROME


Enjoy a delicious breakfast and set off on a tour to Rome, Firstly you will visit The Fontana di Trevi, Trevi Fountain is the most famous and arguably the most beautiful fountain in all of Rome. Then you will visit The Colosseum or Coliseum is today the most recognizable of Rome's Classical buildings. It was the first permanent amphitheatre to be raised in Rome, and the most impressive arena the Classical world had yet seen. Afterwards you will move towards The Spanish Steps are a set of steps climbing a steep slope between the Piazza di Spagna at the base and Piazza Trinita dei Monti at the top dominated by Trinita dei Monti Church.The steps are at the eastern end of the old city centre. Then you will visit the striking square and its imposing colonnade lead to the greatest basilica of the Christian world: St Peter's Basilica (Basilica San Pietro). Lastly you will visit the Pantheon, it is a building in Rome which was originally built as a temple to the seven deities of the seven planets in the Roman state religion, but which has been a Christian church since the 7th century, and then come back to hotel.


HOTEL: Rome

MEALSBreakfast and Dinner


DAY 3: FLORENCE AND PISA


Relish a sumptuous breakfast in Rome  and head out to explore famous historical sites of Florence and Pisa showcasing stunning architectures created with a blend of Florence Cathedral, which stands tall over the city with its magnificent Renaissance dome.Then you will move towards Leaning Tower of Pisa. Naturally, climbing to the top of the tower has become the most popular activity. Lastly you will visit the Ponte Vecchio (Old Bridge)The pedestrian bridge is often teeming with tourists and the many musicians, portraitists and other entertainers create a constantly vibrant atmosphere. After the tour, come back to hotel room.

HOTEL: Cinque Terre Region

MEALSBreakfast and Dinner


DAY 4:  CINQUE TERRE 


Enjoy your breakfast at Mediterranean Village and spend your day at leisure. Walk down the streets of the city, enjoy the breathtaking views of harbors far below the wild but hospitable coastline along with the medieval fortresses and plentiful vines and vibrant colors make this a memorable holiday. Also visit the famous market of Cinque Terre Region for some fun shopping.


HOTEL:  Verona

MEALSBreakfast and Dinner


DAY 5:  VENICE AND VERONA


After breakfast get yourself ready for The Castel Vecchino have a museum and the museum’s collections start with Romanesque sculptures, coming from religious buildings collapsed or destroyed over the centuries. Then you will move towards The Arena in Verona is the largest Roman amphitheater  the site of gladiatorial combat, public executions and, more recently, concerts and opera performances. Now get yourself ready for a gondola ride which is the one Venetian tourist trap everyone falls into willingly Long, sleek, black, slightly crooked, looking like a cross between a canoe and a coffin, the single oar worked by a professional gondolier. After you will visit the bell tower known as Campanile di San Marco, now you will visit the top tourist attraction don't forget to have a photographs at Ponte Di Rialto then to Ponte Di Sospiri and lastly you will experience the Gondal ride at The Grand Canal. Return to hotel room and relax.  


HOTEL:  Verona

MEALS:  Breakfast and Dinner


DAY 6: MILAN


After lavish breakfast get yourself ready in a proper costume to visit the majestic building in white marble is the most important example of Gothic architecture in Italy non other then Milan Cathedral. To see the sign of new era, acceleration of modernity and technology you will visit Galleria Vittorio EmanueleII. Then you will visit The Royal Palace of Milan (Palazzo Reale di Milano in Italian) is a culture centre and a home to many exhibitions and expositions. Now time to go back to room and relax for the next day.


HOTEL: Milan

MEALSBreakfast and Dinner


DAY 7: DEPARTURE FROM MILAN

After breakfast, check out from your hotel and transfer to Milan Airport, have a safe journey.

 

MEALSBreakfast 


Includes:

  •  Car (Mercedes-Benz S-class/BMW 7er/Audi A8) or Jeep (BMW X5)  according to your demand
  • Whole tour with driver
  • Pick and drop at the time of arrival/departure
  •  Breakfast buffet
  •  Daily Dinner
  • 2 Nights Accommodation at Rome
  • 1 Night Accommodation at Cinque Terre Region 
  • 1 Night Accommodation in Milan
  • 2 Night Accommodation in Verona
  • Half day Guided City Tour  Rome
Excludes:

  • Travel insurance
  • All personal expenses
  • International Flights
  • Visa Charges
  • Anything not mentioned in the cost inclusions list, such as currency fluctuation 
  • Drinks and beverages are charged upon consumption
  • Personal expenditure, such as drinks, souvenirs, laundry, camera fees, communication

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Booking Fee


From 25 February 2017 to December 2018
  • 60 or more Days before departure  30%
  • Between 59 to 45 days before departure: 50%
  • Between 44 to 25 days before departure: 100%

Cancellation Policy:

If you Cancel your Holiday

Cancellation charge Per person
  • Between 46 - 90 days of departure: 1000 AED per person (Non Refundable & Non Transferable)
  • Between 45 - 29 days before departure: 50% 
  • Between 20 to 1 days before departure: 100%
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Package is valid till 30 December 2018
  • Rates quot are minimum 2 adult per booking.
  • VisitEurope may alter or cancel the booking at any time necessary because of events its control and will inform the client.
  • Rates are subject to change with or without notice.
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