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Known as the City of Water, Venice is the quintessential couple’s retreat - a city steeped in history and split by the flowing ribbons of myriad canals.
Even if you refrain from riding gondolas among the romantic, sun-kissed architecture, you’d be hard-pressed to escape the atmosphere of love that suffuses this city.
Tourists shouldn’t miss out on the opportunity to visit the Doge’s Palace, a symbol of the republic’s wealth and mastery over land and sea.
Throughout the cobbled streets, there are countless shops where travelers can pick out unique handmade masks painted according to the 800-year-old Venetian tradition.
Throughout the cobbled streets, there are countless shops where travellers can pick out unique handmade masks painted according to the 800-year-old Venetian tradition.
One of the bits of advice that is often repeated, is that when you’re in Venice it’s important to get lost. Which sounds like weird advice, do not you think?
I have, on more than one occasion, thought that if I ever wanted to lose our self entirely for short time that we would go to Venice. To have this feeling that I could forget my name there, and that it wouldn’t bother me...(Victoria, Travel Dream Club)
It’s a seductive thing, getting lost in Venice...
If you’re pretending there’s no map for Venice, another good way to get truly lost in the city is to pretend there’s no guidebook. Or, if you’re trying extra-hard to lose the crowds, to deliberately avoid any place listed in the guidebook.
In general, however, if you approach Venice as an explorer might then everything has the potential to be wonderful, whether it’s on someone else’s “must-see” list or not.
Just you will lost in love in Venice...
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Florence is a treasure trove of art and architecture, with numerous museums and galleries. Considered the birthplace of the Renaissance, the Tuscan capital is sprinkled with terracotta and ancient Carrara marble, as well as grand buildings and monuments that proudly stake their claim for admiration.
Boasting vast iron and glass structure, Piazza San Lorenzo is one of the most authentic covered market places in Florence, with fruit and veg stalls, Tuscan trinket sellers, and historic restaurants.
Masterpieces of modern fashion come in plenty on Florence’s hip Via dei Calzaiuoli and Via de Tornabuoni, which boast high-end boutiques, filled with haute couture pieces.
After long days of traditional dining and market strolling, visitors can head to the Piazza Michelangelo for sunset shots, live music and Italian atmosphere at its finest.
Friendly local people are warmly greeting tourists from dozen countries and sometimes making a tiny, funny mistakes in tourist's languages...:-)
Rome has been around for almost three thousand years and yet carries all that weight of history with a dolce vita lightness of heart. It’s a city that combines the intimacy and human scale of a village with the cultural draws of a historic, art-laden European metropolis.
Classical ruins and early Christian places of worship stand next to – or sometimes lie beneath – Renaissance palazzos and Baroque fountains. But there are also great neighbourhood trattorias, quirky shops and a buzzing aperitive scene.
The golden rule for visitors? Don’t try to cram too much in. Rome moves at a slower pace than many northern cities, and to enjoy it you should take time out in pavement cafés as well as ticking off all the big cultural draws.
When faced with a holiday destination as big and as iconic as Rome, it's hard to know where to begin - so why not let us guide you through the crème de la crème of the city’s sights! These sights include the Colosseum, St Peter’s Basilica, Palatino and the Roman Fanfare.
Busy though they may be, you will enjoy an unforgettable experience when spending a morning or afternoon walking in the footsteps of the Romans, the world’s most famous artists, Popes and figures from hundreds of years of Italian history.
Rome, Palazzo Colonna
In heart of Rome, A few steps from Piazza Venezia, Palazzo Colonna offers the visitor one of the most magnificent testimonies of the Roman baroque.
La Gallery Column and its salons are in fact one of the wonders of Rome and are the setting for an impressive collection of works of art: paintings, sculptures and furnishings from the fourteenth to the eighteenth century.
The aforementioned landmarks need no fanfare and little selling before you will find yourself being carried towards them alongside a wave of other tourists.
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Naples is raw, high-octane energy, a place of soul-stirring art and panoramas, spontaneous conversations and unexpected, inimitable elegance.
Welcome to Italy's most unlikely masterpiece.
Naples' wealth of cultural assets is extraordinary. You'll find two royal palaces, three castles, and ancient ruins that include some of Christianity's oldest frescoes. The city's Museo Archeologico Nazionale claims the world's finest collection of Pompeiian frescoes and mosaics, while its Cappella Sansevero holds Italy's most extraordinary marble sculpture.
You'll find Caravaggio masterpieces in the Pio Monte della Misericordia, Palazzo Zevallos Stigliano and Museo di Capodimonte, the latter palace home to countless masterpieces. Of course, we could also mention all those frescoed baroque cupolas, but that would just be boasting.
Naples' millennia-old backstory could bust a bookshelf. Settled by the Greeks and conquered by the Romans, it's a nail-biting tale where myth and fact entwine into one bewitching whole. Did Queen Joan II really throw her lovers to a peckish crocodile in the Castel Nuovo? Do the skulls inside the Cimitero delle Fontanelle have esoteric powers?
And just how did alchemist prince Raimondo di Sangro create those inexplicably perfect arterial systems inside his Cappella Sansevero? Curious tales and unsolved mysteries seep out of every Neapolitan stone, casting a strange, hypnotic spell.
The Amalfi Coast is seductive and beautiful...
Deemed an outstanding example of a Mediterranean landscape by Unesco, the Amalfi Coast is one of Italy's most memorable destinations. Here, mountains plunge into the sea in a nail-biting vertical scene of precipitous crags, cliff-clinging abodes and verdant woodland
There's jet-set favourite Positano, a pastel-coloured cascade of chic boutiques, spritz-sipping pin-ups and sun-kissed sunbathers. Further east, ancient Amalfi lures with its Arabic-Norman cathedral, while mountaintop Ravello stirs hearts with its cultured villas and Wagnerian connection.
To the west lies Amalfi Coast gateway Sorrento, a handsome clifftop resort that has miraculously survived the onslaught of package tourism.
Blessed with rich volcanic soils, a bountiful sea, and countless generations of culinary know-how, the Naples region is one of Italy's epicurean heavyweights. It's here that you'll find the country's best pizza, pasta and espresso, its most appetising street markets, not to mention some of its most celebrated dishes.
From garlicky spaghetti alle vongole, spaghetti with clams, to sultry ragù, meat and tomato sauce and silky parmigiana di melanzane, eggplant parmigiana, the food on these streets is all about intensity and pleasure.
After all, life is too short for diets, so follow the locals' lead and succumb to your gluttonous whims.
With its mild climate and privileged perch above the Golfo di Napoli, Sorrento enjoys one of the Mediterranean’s longest tourist seasons. Visit in spring before the mercury rises, for a profusion of Mediterranean flora and perfumes – wisteria, mimosa, jasmine and vivid agapanthas – and for trees heavy with lemons.
The streets of Sorrento are filled with trattorias and bars of which become brought to life at night with live performances, including pianists, maestros, tenors and singers. Guests can enjoy a wonderful mix of Italian and English music from 8 p.m. to 12 a.m. in the summer days, and up to 10 p.m. in the winter days.
Day 1. After landing in Venice you will begin your trip and stay over night
Day 2. Enjoy your second day in Venice and stay overnight
Day 3. Train from Venice to Florence, enjoy your day and stay overnight
Day 4. Enjoy your second day in Florence and stay overnight
Day 5. Train from Florence to Rome, enjoy your day and stay overnight
Day 6. Enjoy your second day in Rome and stay overnight
Day 7. Enjoy your third day in Rome and stay overnight
Day 8. Train from Rome to Naples, enjoy your day and stay overnight
Day 9. Enjoy your second day in Naples, visit Mount Vesuvius and stay overnight*
Day 10. Enjoy your third day in Naples, visit Pompeii and stay overnight
Day 11. Train from Naples to Sorrento enjoy your day and stay overnight
Day 12. Your day in Sorrento, Amalfi Coast Day Trip and Boat Trip to discover Amalfi from the sea and stay overnight
Day 13. Enjoy your day in Sorrento and stay overnight (possible day tour to Island of Capri)**
***Day 14. Train from Sorrento to Naples and fly back home.
* Your Pompeii and Mt. Vesuvius tour starts with a pickup from the train station, or the cruise port in Naples. Board a vehicle, and make the ride over to Pompeii—the archaeological site that used to be a Roman city. Once you arrive, follow your guide on a walking tour, and learn the history of the area. Stop at the Forum, the thermal baths, and Vetti’s House. Afterward, take a break with your guide and group. Then, it’s off to Mt. Vesuvius. At Mt. Vesuvius, your guide leads you on a hike to the top of the old volcano. At the top, catch sight of the Bay of Naples and sights inside the crater.
**From Sorrento, the ferry takes about 40 minutes to Island of Capri. You can easily purchase your ticket directly at the port up until a few minutes before departure. The price up to 12 Euro per ticket. Please, let Travel Dream Club know if you would like to visit Island of Capri during your trip, we will sent to you short written explanation (no extra charge)
***Your tour ends with a ride back to Naples.
* The price of the hotel is based on a double room, so you will need to buy a trip for two.
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