Italian Feast (7 nights / 8 days) from EUR 1000 per person
Twin Sharing Basis. *Refer comprehensive inclusions
Like a well-made espresso, get a strong hit by all things Italian. Start off by wandering around floating Venice, enjoy Renaissance Florence, walk in the Roman footsteps and throw your coin in Trevi fountain.
With umpteen choices and whether your port of your entry into Italy is Milan, Rome, Venice, or Pisa; every city has its unique experience that could be explored on the first day. Of course, we will help you not only to settle down and relax but also choose the best experience for your interests on the day of your arrival.
Visit the vibrant city, artistic highlights, famous Duomo of Milan, and the works of Italian Renaissance genius ‘Leonardo da Vinci’. Don’t forget to visit the arcade and the famous fashion streets for the Italian shopping experience.
Everything so picturesque in this labyrinth of more than 100 islands united 400+ bridges, on barely 7 by 4 kilometers - you can walk for hours, days or years and you will discover something new every time - new emotions, new wonders….
Visit Murano Island - famous for glass-making secrets, sidewalk cafes and canals; Burano Island – famous for its artisan lace, picturesque canals lined with colorful houses; and top it up with a visit to ‘The Lido’, popular for relaxing beach holidays, and lovely views over the lagoon to Venice, and it also hosts international film festival.
Besides the world famous Leaning Tower and Piazza dei Miracoli, most tourists are unaware that these magnificent landmarks are also a great point of departure for an extraordinary city of art including the cathedral, monumental cemetery, museums and the most difficult decision to make is which of Pisa's embankments is the most beautiful.
Enjoy Rome with immensity of its archaeological and art treasures, as well as for the charm of its unique traditions, the beauty of its panoramic views, and the majesty of its magnificent parks. The history starts here with The Colosseum, The Pantheon and several Churches and Basilica
Visit the promenade in an Eternal City suspended between history with its huge public baths, great palace built by Nero, and also the city gauging its identity to the new millennium, while firmly preserving its historical and traditional ties. Reserve your evening for the walk around the old town and leisurely stroll around Roman steps and the Trevi Fountain
Vatican needs no introduction as the center of the Roman Catholic Church, and this along with the surrounding Italian districts of Borgo, Prati and area around Monte Mario - is filled with more history and artwork than most cities in the world. St. Peter’s is the most obvious and must visit sight but further one gets from it, the less touristy it becomes to experience the real Rome