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Day 1: Rome to Sorrento Departing Rome, arrive in Naples where you'll join a walking tour through the historical centre. Admire Piazza del Plebiscito, the Royal Palace and the Gallery of Umberto followed by lunch. Take a guided tour through the Pompeii excavations before travelling to Sorrento, the gateway to the Amalfi Coast. Spend the next two nights in Sorrento. Day 2: Capri After breakfast, board the ferry for Capri. Once on the island visit the Blue Grotto and the famous Piazzetta. Travel to Anacapri for lunch before boarding the ferry back to Sorrento. Day 3: Sorrento to Rome This morning is at leisure to explore Sorrento before travelling back to Rome in the afternoon.
Day 1: Rome to La Spezia Start the journey through the Tuscan countryside to visit a winery for wine tastings before continuing to Lucca, known as the 'City of a hundred churches'. Arrive at Pisa and see the famous Leaning Tower of Pisa and Piazza. Travel to La Spezia for your overnight accommodation. Day 2: La Spezia to Siena After breakfast, discover the enchanting landscapes of the Cinque Terre by boat, with a chance to stop and visit the towns. See the colourful villages almost hanging from the sheer cliffs. Travel to Lucca in the Tuscan region and walk through the cobblestone streets. Spend the next two nights in Siena. Day 3: Tuscany Today discovery the Chianti wine region, considered the heart of Tuscany and famous throughout the world for its renowned wines. Travel to the small hilltop town of San Gimignano and visit a local farmhouse for wine tastings. Spend the afternoon in Siena walking along the medieval streets before a special aperitif in a beautiful cellar. Day 4: Siena to Rome Travel to the historic centre of Siena and walk about the Piazza del Campo. Visit a local wine cellar in Montepulciano for a tasting of wine and local products before returning to Rome.
Day 1: Rome to Sorrento Departing Rome, travel to Naples for lunch, before a guided tour of Pompeii and the archaeological sites. After, continue to Sorrento, the gateway to the Amalfi Coast. Spend the next two nights in Sorrento. Day 2: Sorrento Today, take the hydrofoil to the Isle of Capri to visit the Blue Grotto and the famous Piazzetta. Next, head to Anacapri for lunch before returning to Sorrento in the afternoon. Day 3: Sorrento to Salerno Region After breakfast, travel to the Salerno region, stopping off at Positano and Amalfi for time at leisure. Overnight in the Salerno region. Day 4: Salerno Region to Alberobello Depart for Matera, enjoying a guided tour of the City of Stones. Upon arrival in Alberobello there will be an olive oil tasting. Spend the next two nights in Alberobello. Day 5: Alberobello Today you'll visit Lecce and Ostuni. Join a guided tour in Lecce before a guided tour in Ostuni where you can see the historic centre once entirely painted in white. Day 6: Alberobello to Rome The tour heads back to Rome. Enjoy free time in Bari en route as well as a stop at Benevento to taste the famous Strega liqueur. Arrive in Rome in the late evening.
Day 1: Rome to Siena After departing Rome, head towards Orvieto in Umbria before continuing to Montepulciano to taste the local Vino Nobile, one of the oldest and most valuable wines of Tuscany. Travel to Siena for your overnight accommodation and welcome dinner. Day 2: Siena to Mestre Travel to the historic centre of Siena and see the famous Piazza del Campo. The tour than departs for Mestre via Bologna where you'll have free time to explore the symbols of the city. Spend the next two nights in Mestre. Day 3: Venice Today, transfer to the island of Venice for a guided tour. Pass through Piazza San Marco and see the Bridge of Sighs before travelling to Murano for a visit to the glass factory. Day 4: Mestre to Florence Depart for Verona, before arriving into Florence in the early afternoon for guided tour of the city. Spend the next two nights in Florence. Day 5: Florence Today is free to explore Florence at leisure. Perhaps visit the Uffizi Gallery or the Academy Gallery. Finish with night with a farewell dinner. Day 6: Florence to Rome Today, the tour returns to Rom via the town of Assisi.
Day 1: Venice to La Spezia Meet your guide and start the journey to La Spezia via Bologna. While in Bologna visit the imposing Piazza Maggiore and the Asinelli and Garisenda Towers. Continue to Modena to taste balsamic vinegar before travelling to La Spezia. Spend the next two nights in La Spezia. Day 2: La Spezia After breakfast, discover the enchanting landscapes of the Cinque Terre by boat. See the colourful villages almost hanging from the sheer cliffs and take photos of Vernazza and Monterosso. Day 3: La Spezia to Florence Start the day off with a visit to Pisa. Visit the Leaning Tower and wander around the Piazza before travelling to Florence. See the city's historical centre and major attractions such as Piazza del Duomo and Ponte Vecchio. Spend the next two nights in Florence. Day 4: Florence Today is at leisure to explore Florence at your own pace. Visit Uffizi Gallery or the Academy Gallery before finishing with a farewell dinner. Day 5: Florence to Rome Travel to San Gimignano for some free time to explore the city before continuing to Siena. In the afternoon arrive back in Rome.
Day 1: Milan Begin with a guided walking visit of Milan. Discover its iconic attractions before enjoying a half day excursion to Lake Como. Walk in the city centre and enjoy a short boat trip around the lake to admire the landscapes from a different perspective. Overnight in Milan. Day 2: Milan to Mestre Today, depart for Sirmione, one of the most popular tourist destinations of Lake Garda. On arrival, join a boat tour to discover the areas main attractions including Maria Callas' Villa. Continue to Verona for free time to explore this romantic city. In the afternoon, departure for Mestre. Spend the next two nights in Mestre. Day 3: Venice Travel to Venice for a guided city tour. See the historic centre and attractions including Piazza San Marco and the Bridge of Sighs. Take a boat to Murano to visit the famous Murano glass factory. Day 4: Mestre to Florence After breakfast, depart for Bologna where there will be free time to visit the main tourist locations of the city including the imposing Piazza Maggiore and the Torri degli Asinelli. Continue to Florence and enjoy a guided city tour. Spend the next two nights in Florence. Day 5: Florence Today is time at leisure to explore Florence. Visit Uffizi Gallery, the Academy Gallery or travel to the Chianti district. End the day with a farewell dinner. Day 6: Florence to Rome Head back to Rome via San Gimignano where there will be free time to explore. Continue to Siena for a guided city tour and arrive back in Rome in the evening.
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