The Best of Italy Rome, Florence, & Venice

September 19, 2017 - Depart Dulles

United, Flight 42: Depart 05:15 PM

September 20 - Arrive Rome!

Arrive Rome 08:10 AM

Suggested: Rome Hop-On Hop-Off Sightseeing Tour. Rome has a bounty of things to see and the mix of its architecture is testament to its past; Roman ruins, baroque squares and Renaissance gardens combine to give the city its enticing edge. See it all on a Rome hop-on hop-off bus tour, and learn about the Italian capital as you go. Show your ticket as you board your Rome tour bus, and then hop on and off at any of the eight stops around town. See the Colosseum where gory gladiatorial battles once took place, and have your camera ready for Piazza Venezia, home to the Vittorio Emanuele II Monument. Throw a coin into the Trevi Fountain for luck, or stretch your legs on a walk through Vatican City. The full loops lasts between 1.5 and 2 hours, and audio commentary is provided for each sight you pass. Make use on the free onboard Wi-Fi to share pictures, tweet or blog about your travels as you go. (48-Hour Ticket $33.40/adult, ages 0-4 free; 72-Hour Ticket: $37.50/adult, ages 0-4 free.)

Accommodations: Smooth Hotel Rome Termini (One Double Room with Child; One Triple Room with American Buffet Breakfast)

September 21 - Rome

Recommended Tour: Skip the Line: Colosseum, Roman Forum, and Palatine Hill Tour. Your tour begins at the Colosseum, where you'll skip the entrance line. Receive a headset so you can hear the commentary from your guide, who shares plenty of information about Ancient Rome as you journey through its past. While you explore the Colosseum, the largest amphitheater built by the Romans, try to imagine the scene of screaming spectators and gladiators in battle down on the arena floor. Next, head to the Roman Forum and Palatine Hill, one of the Seven Hills of Rome, once the foundation of the city and location of emperors' homes. Hear more about the history of the Eternal City while walking along the original path of Rome, Via Sacra, the main road that citizens used to access the Roman Forum and its buildings, which were the center of government and public life. Your tour ends at Via dei Fori Imperiali, not far from the Colosseum metro stop and Piazza Venezia. Departs 2:30 PM. (Cost: $64.64 per Adult; $0 ages 0-2.)

Suggested Tour: Rome Street Food Tour with Local Guide. Visit the center of Rome with a local guide and taste authentic street food served by historic parlours. You can take this tour at lunch or dinner time, It is a great opportunity to explore some of the most beautiful areas of the city while getting to know some take-away specialties that Romans have been eating for centuries. We will meet in Campo de Fiori and meet some producers that have their shops in the square. You will taste excellent prosciutto, delicious cheese, genuine wine, truffle tartines, season fruits and other fresh products.

The guided tour continues to the Jewish ghetto and Pompey theatre. You will visit famous Ancient Roman ruins and other historic building including the great Sinagogue. You will taste the best pizza in Rome, zucchini flowers and suppli, which is a typical rice ball prepared in Rome with tomatoes and mozzarella sauce. This great tour will end in the area where Julius Caesar was assassinated. Here stands a family-run ice cream parlour that serves one of the top-rated gelato in Rome. The owner will reveal the secrets behind its recipes, the making process and some history about it. This gourmet experience is a great combination of food tasting and sightseeing and it is suitable to anyone who wants to have a first guided overview of the city profiting from the precious suggestions of the local guide. You will love it! This three-hour tour starts at 10:30am or 5:3pm. ($31.60 per adult; $0 ages 0-3)

Accommodations: Smooth Hotel Rome Termini (One Double Room with Child; One Triple Room with American Buffet Breakfast)

September 22 - Rome

Option 1: Capri Day Trip from Rome

Start your day with a pickup from your central Rome hotel or alternatively, start your tour at a meeting point in town, near Rome Termini Station. Travel south, and as you gaze out at the pretty landscape of Castelli Romani look out for Abbey of Montecassino -- a spectacular Benedictine monastery perched atop of a hill. After a journey of roughly three hours, arrive in the southern Italian region of Campania and head straight to its capital, Naples. At the port, hop off your coach and board your catamaran or hydrofoil boat for your 45-minute crossing to the island of Capri – the jewel of the Amalfi region’s islands.

On arrival at Capri’s Marina Grande harbor, hop aboard a rowing boat and relax as your guide rows you around the island to see the intriguing Blue Grotto (entry own expense). The cave is said to have sunk further into the sea since prehistoric times -- blocking out most natural light. Rays entering from an underwater cavity combine with the trickle of light from the caves’ only entranceway, giving the water its magical vivid-blue effect. Return to Marina Grande and travel by coach to the unassuming little village of Anacapri, perched high on the hills overlooking Capri town. Enjoy free time for lunch in a traditional trattoria here, and soak up incredible views of the sun-baked Bay of Naples just across the water.

Head back down the hill and explore Capri Town at leisure, perhaps visiting the elegant Piazetta (Piazza Umberto) or browsing the shops for keepsakes of Capri to take home. Meet your guide at the pre-arranged time, board your boat and return to your coach at Naples Port. As you head out of the city, your guide will point out some of Naples’ star attractions like medieval Castel Nuovo, Certona di San Martino – a sprawling monastery complex – and the Royal Palace of Naples (Palazzo Reale). Relax on the journey north back to Rome, and finish your tour near Termini Station. Alternatively, make use of a drop-off at Via Veneto, Piazza Barberini, Piazza Venezia or Piazza della Repubblica; simply let your guide know on the day. ($151.46 per adult; $0 ages 0-2)

Option 2: Amalfi Coast Small-Group Day Trip from Rome Including Positano

Make your way to the train station in Rome to board your high-speed train to Salerno. Sit back and relax as you enjoy your scenic ride out of the city, arriving in Salerno approximately two hours later. After meeting your professional driver upon arrival, settle inside your comfortable, air-conditioned minivan and head out onto the winding Amalfi Coast Road. With more than 40 miles of sweepings views of the glistening Mediterranean Sea to one side of your minivan and charming pastel villas and lemon groves to the other, marvel at the stunning vistas and listen to the onboard commentary as you travel.

Your first stop of the trip is Positano. Draw a breath of disbelief as you approach the small fishing village that is often referred to as the ‘Jewel of the Amalfi Coast.’ One of the most quintessential towns on the coast, Positano is built up against the mountainside and spills down toward the sea to the rocky shore below. Enjoy your time here at your leisure, perhaps wandering along its narrow pathways that are lined with charming shops, or head to one of the village’s beaches and cool off with a refreshing dip in the turquoise Mediterranean Sea.

After exploring Positano, return to your minivan and continue to Amalfi, the town that the coastline owes its name to. Enjoy the postcard-perfect views and spend a few minutes taking photos before heading off to discover the town at your leisure. Admire the traditional Mediterranean architecture as you stroll along the streets, and perhaps visit the magnificent 9th-century Amalfi Cathedral that is situated in the main square (own expense). After your time in Amalfi, return to your minivan at the prearranged time before your train journey back to Rome. Your tour concludes in central Rome in the evening. ($204.85 per adult; $0 ages 0-2)

Accommodations: Smooth Hotel Rome Termini (One Double Room with Child; One Triple Room with American Buffet Breakfast)

September 23 - Rome

Recommended Tour: Skip the Line: Vatican Museums, Sistine Chapel and St Peter's Basilica Half-Day Walking Tour. Meet your local guide and pay your fee to enter the Vatican Museums. Then, with your skip-the-line ticket, step inside to start your Vatican and Sistine Chapel tour. Follow your guide, listening to tales of saintliness and scandal, and learn about the Vatican’s place as one of the holiest sites in Christendom. Italian art flourished in the Renaissance and baroque periods, and the Vatican popes put together one of the world’s largest collections of private art with frescos, paintings, sculptures and treasure. See the highlights as you walk through galleries such as Raphael’s Rooms, and hear stories behind works such as the School of Athens — a piece that features images of Michelangelo and Raphael himself. Pass through halls such as the Gallery of the Masks and Gallery of the Maps. Then, make your way into the Sistine Chapel. A sacred spot and the private papal chapel, the Sistine Chapel is also renowned for its Michelangelo frescoes — The Last Judgement and The Creation of Adam. Continue to St Peter’s Basilica, which is said to be built on the ground where St Peter is buried. Admire La Pietà, an early Michelangelo sculpture, and pause to rub the foot of a statue of St Peter, said to bring good luck. Your Vatican and St Peter’s Basilica tour then finishes outside the church. Departs 1:00 PM. (Cost: $36.63 per Adult; $0 ages 0-5.)

Suggested Tour: Rome Food Tour by Sunset around Prati District. Your evening begins in typical Italian style with a aperitivo at a water bufala specialty venue. Your appetite for the tour will be stimulated with fresh buffalo mozzarella from Campania to be eaten within 24 hours of being produced, ricotta, truffle cheese, pachino tomatoes, pesto, eggplant meatballs, accompanied by a glass of crisp DOC wine.

Following Aperitivo, you are taken to Pizzarium, the number one Pizzeria in Rome, recommended by Anthony Bourdain, CNN and international food bloggers. Sample a selection of the most creative and delicious pizza made by the ‘Michelangelo of pizza’ Gabriele Bonci. Gabriel is known throughout Italy as the kind of pizza, as he creates his masterpieces with the highest quality in season ingredients. There are over 80 different topping daily, including prosciutto with fig, zucchini and ricotta, chicken with celery and scamorza with spinach. Next prepare yourself for an abundance of fun and laughter as the Pachiotti family welcome you to there gourmet food shop. Offering hundreds of meats, cheeses, wines and delicious treats. Here you will taste a variety of the finest cheeses, hams, truffles, balsamic vinegar aged 25 years and DOCG wine. Learn the importance of ‘what grows together, goes together’ and taste the real ‘retro gusto’.

Continue your tour onto the award-winning restaurant XBacchus. Indulge in handmade Roman pasta accompanied with wine, at this beautiful restaurant and mingle with the locals who frequent daily. We conclude our tour with an education in gelato, at the Fatamorgana artisanal gelateria. Become a gelato expert and learn how to spot real gelato from the touristy pretend version. Be sure to take our tour at the start of your trip to Rome, to take advantage of the knowledge you will learn, for the rest of your stay. This four-hour tour begins at 4:30pm 5:20pm, or 6:15pm. ($92.62 per adult; under 6 not permitted)

Accommodations: Smooth Hotel Rome Termini (One Double Room with Child; One Triple Room with American Buffet Breakfast)

September 24 - Rome

Naples and Pompeii Day Trip from Rome

Start your day with a pickup from your central Rome hotel or alternatively, start your tour at a meeting point in town, near Rome Termini Station. Hit the road and travel south to Italy’s Campania region, and as you gaze out at the pretty landscape of Castelli Romani look out for Abbey of Montecassino -- a spectacular Benedictine monastery perched atop of a hill. After a journey of roughly three hours, arrive in the southern Italian region of Campania and head straight to its capital Naples to discover its delights from the comfort of your coach. Entering the city via the coastal road from Mergellina Port, pass through Naples’ fishing quarter, Santa Lucia, and then stop for photos in front of Castel dell’Ovo – the medieval castle on the seafront.

Continue to the city’s historical center to see Piazza del Plebiscito, the impressive square that’s home to Naples Royal Palace (Palacio Real), three other Bourbon palaces, and an eye-catching colonnaded church – Basilica of San Francesco di Paola. Hear the history of Naples in its 19th-century heyday when the Bourbon kings ruled the land, and then take in more of the center’s A-list sites. See San Carlo Opera House, the Gallery of Umberto I and, finally, the imposing Castel Nuovo.

Leave the city, and travel south toward Mount Vesuvius, passing the towns of Ercolano (Herculaneum), Torre del Greco and Torre Annunziata before arriving in the town of Pompeii. Stop for a well-earned lunch in one of the town’s traditional restaurants, and then head out to visit Pompeii’s UNESCO-listed ruins on a 2-hour walking tour. Learn how the ancient city lay buried under Mount Vesuvius’ volcanic ash for centuries and see incredible excavations of old monuments, like Teatro Grande -- a theater that once seated 5,000 people. After your tour, head back to your coach and then travel north back to Rome. Your tour finishes back at the start point near Termini Station. Alternatively, you can make use of a drop-off at Via Veneto, Piazza Barberini, Piazza Venezia or Piazza della Repubblica; simply let your guide know on the day. ($135.12 per adult; $0 ages 0-2)

Accommodations: Smooth Hotel Rome Termini (One Double Room with Child; One Triple Room with American Buffet Breakfast)

September 25 - Rome to Florence

Train: Depart Rome 07:05 AM; Arrive Florence 08:36 AM

Recommended Tour: Florence City Hop-on Hop-off Tour. In the romantic region of Tuscany lies the jewel city of the Renaissance, Florence. Surrounded by the Appenine mountain chain it lies in a fertile valley surrounded by the charming Tuscan vineyards and olive groves. The art galleries and museums of Florence are renowned throughout the world and holiday makers flock to admire the superb David of Michaelangelo, the Venus of Botticelli or the stunning Duomo with its marble facade.The city is not only culture however, it is also home to elegant boutique, tiny craft shops and tempting ice cream parlors with gelato served in every flavor under the sun. You can hop-on and off as many times as you like aboard this open-top double-decker bus. Two routes are included in the price and your ticket is valid for 1 calendar day. ($25.09 per Adult; $0 ages 0-4.)

Suggested Tour: Tuscan Cooking Class and Dinner in Florence. Meet your guide and the rest of your small group near Piazza Santa Trinita in central Florence. After making your introductions, walk to the nearby cooking school, housed in a medieval Tuscan palazzo across the Arno River. As you cross the river, stop to admire the views of the magnificent Ponte Vecchio. Then, when you arrive at the school, head inside and find your allocated spot in the modern kitchen. Next, listen avidly as a friendly, expert chef talks you through the 4-course dinner you’re about to cook. Your menu will vary according to the day of your class and the availability of ingredients, but typically, you can expect to prepare a classic Tuscan meal of favorites such as potato gnocchi (dumplings), Hunter’s Chicken (chicken stew), and a dessert such as tiramisu. Put on your supplied apron and set to work following the provided recipes. As you prep, get helpful tips from the chef and gain valuable insights into local culinary traditions and techniques that you can use to impress family and friends back home. With your meal ready, take a seat at the communal table in the charming dining area and savor your finished dishes in the company of your fellow cooks. As you eat, enjoy a glass of wine — your experience includes a complimentary bottle shared between four people. After your convivial meal, receive a recipe booklet to take home with you and then say your goodbyes. Your tour ends when you leave the cooking school. ($74.10 per adult)

Accommodations: Corona D'italia Hotel (One Double Room with Child, One Triple Standard Room with Buffet Breakfast)

September 26 - Florence

Cinque Terre Day Trip with Transport from Florence

Meet your guide bright and early at Florence’s Santa Maria Novella train station to begin your one-of-a-kind Cinque Terre day trip. Pronounced a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1997, the Cinque Terre National Park is one of the most enchanting landscapes in Italy. Translated as ‘five lands,’ the Cinque Terre is made up of five uniquely constructed fishing villages that line the coast of the Italian Riviera. Your first stop is Riomaggiore, Cinque Terre’s southernmost village. The largest out of the five, the historical village dates back to the early 13th century and is famous for its local wine and jaw-dropping views. Admire the pastel buildings that lean against each other as you stroll along the tiny cobbled streets with your tour leader.

Next on your tour, visit Manarola, a tiny harbor village that is said to have more grapevines than any other Cinque Terre village. As one of the oldest villages in the area, it is home to many priceless medieval relics. Walk along the harbor and spend a few minutes taking photos of the picturesque buildings that cling to the cliff faces. After exploring Manarola, board your boat (or train if the weather is bad) to beautiful Monterosso. If you have opted for the Tour with Lunch, it’s here that you will sit down for lunch in one of the village’s traditional restaurants and enjoy a delicious meal of seafood and pasta, served with water and wine. See the Itinerary for a sample menu. The rest of your time is spent at your leisure. Make sure you pack your bathing suit! Often referred to as ‘the pearl of the Cinque Terre,’ Monterosso is famed for its long sandy beach, so why not take the plunge and enjoy a swim before topping up your tan?

Your final stop is Vernazza, a seaside town that surrounds a tiny natural port. Probably the most characteristic of the five villages, Vernazza is bordered by steeply terraced olive groves that are said to produce some of the finest olive oil in the entire country. Explore the village’s lively piazza and winding streets at your leisure, before boarding your train with your guide back to Florence. Optional Lunch Sample Menu: Mixed Seafood Platter; Pasta with Pesto Sauce; Dessert of the Day. Finish in the early evening when arriving back at Florence’s Santa Maria Novella train station. (Tour Only $96.98 per adult; $0 ages 0-2; Tour with Lunch $107.88 per adult; $0 ages 0-2 )

September 27 - Florence

Florence with Half-Day Pisa Trip (see below)

Suggested Tour: Skip the Line: Florence Accademia Gallery Tickets. Use your skip-the-line Accademia Gallery ticket to bypass the entrance lines, and head straight inside to discover some of the greatest masterpieces of the Renaissance at your own pace. Formerly a 14th-century hospital then a fine art school, the Accademia Gallery now showcases incredible works of art by the likes of Botticelli, Andrea Orcagna and, of course, Michelangelo himself. Take a look at Michelangelo’s unfinished San Matteo, a sculpture that he was commissioned to create before he left Florence for Rome. His Prigioni is located nearby, so wander over and gaze at the four unfinished sculptures of prisoners or slaves that seem to be trying to escape from the blocks of marble that encase them. Impressive as they are, the Accademia Gallery’s unfinished sculptures pale in comparison to the museum’s main crowd-drawer: Michelangelo’s statue of David. Stand and look at the 17-foot (5.17-meter) marble statue of the biblical hero, marveling at the level of detail that the young Michelangelo put into the famously nude warrior. Adjacent to the statue are rooms containing paintings by other famous Renaissance artists like Botticelli and Filippino Lippi, as well as artists from both the Middle Ages and 17th-century. Amble through a room containing 19th-century plaster sculptures and visit the on-site Museum of Musical Instruments, where an intriguing collection of stringed instruments are exhibited. How long you spend inside the gallery is up to you; many visitors find that two hours is sufficient. (Cost: $31.64 per Adult; $0 ages 0-5.)

Pisa and the Leaning Tower Half-Day Trip from Florence

Trip departs 1:30pm. Leave central Florence and travel west through the emerald hills of Tuscany. Your destination is Pisa, an elegant Tuscan city located near Lucca. Hop off your coach after a journey of 1.5 hours and set off to sightsee with your guide. Walk around Cathedral Square, home to the famous Leaning Tower of Pisa – a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Pose for photos by the tilting monument, which has captivated sightseers for centuries, and learn all about its history from your guide. The square is also home to Pisa Baptistry, Campo Santo and Duomo di Pisa, so listen to your guide explain each one as you walk around. After your tour of Cathedral Square, your guided tour will conclude with a visit to the Palazzo Vescovile in Piazza Arcivescovado. After this you will have free time at your disposal to visit by your own Knights' Square, the political epicenter of medieval Pisa and home to Renaissance architecture, marble statues and the esteemed Scuola Normale di Pisa and the oldest Church in Pisa, the Church of San Sisto or just to take amazing pictures. After the Visit you will be returned to your original departure point in central Florence. ($49.09 per Adult; $0 ages 0-3)

Accommodations: Corona D'italia Hotel (Two Triple Standard Rooms with Buffet Breakfast)

September 28 - Florence

Full Day Tuscan Countryside Tour from Florence

Depart in the early morning from Florence and travel south into the Chianti Region. Visit the Medieval town of San Gimignano, a UNESCO world heritage site. Enjoy some free time to visit the village with its splendid squares, palaces, churches and the magnificent towers. Continue your day discovering the splendid area of the Chianti Classico. Stop by a local winery and visit the cellar and vineyards. Get the chance to taste some local wine accompanied by a delicious Tuscan typical lunch consisting of pasta, cold meat, different type of cheeses and local pastries. After lunch you will go to Siena and you will be lead through the narrow streets by an knowledgeable guide. See the main sights such as the imposing Cathedral and the Town Hall in the Piazza del Campo. You will end your extraordinary day with a visit to the marvellous Monteriggioni medieval fortress, before heading back to Florence. ($59.93 per adult; $0 ages 0-2)

Accommodations: Corona D'italia Hotel (Two Triple Standard Rooms with Buffet Breakfast)

September 29 - Florence to Venice

Train: Depart Florence 09:54 AM; Arrive Venice 12:00 PM

Accommodations: Santa Chiara Hotel & Residenza Parisi (Two Triple Classic Rooms - Annex, Room Only)

September 30 - Venice

Suggested Tour: No Wait: Best of Venice Tour with St. Mark's Basilica and Gondola Ride. Your Venice walking tour starts at an iconic Venice attraction -- the elegant Rialto Bridge (Ponte di Rialto) -- a favorite sight for many and the oldest bridge in Venice. From this beautiful marble landmark you'll head off with your guide, listening to fascinating anecdotes and stories about the city as you walk.

Pass Marco Polo's house, and hear tales of this popular Venetian explorer and his seafaring adventures. You'll walk through lively Venice squares, including Campo San Luca and Campo SS Giovanni Paolo, and see locals going about their daily business shadowed by the city’s historic structures of varying architectural styles.

Next visit St Mark's Square, a highlight of any trip to Venice. As you stroll around this must-see square, you'll see Doge's Palace with its distinctive, white-limestone facade. Giancomo Casanova, Venice's legendary lover, was once held captive in the palace’s prison.

Continue to St Mark's Basilica, a place of worship that's often considered the finest example of Byzantine architecture in the world. Skip the long lines outside the basilica for a rare tour of its second level and terraces. Be sure to bring your camera to capture views of the bustling piazza below! ($64.29 per adult; $0 ages 0-3)

September 31 - Venice

Murano and Burano

Suggested Tour: Half-Day Murano Glass and Burano Lace Tour from Venice. Situated just across the Venetian Lagoon from Venice, the lovely islands of Murano and Burano are world-renowned for their traditional artisan crafts. You’ll meet up with your guide in central Venice for the short boat ride to Murano, a picturesque grouping of islands that has been home to some of the world’s finest artisan glassblowers since the 13th century. Visit the workshop of a local glassblower to watch delicate forms take shape from molten glass through a combination of rolling, shaping with iron tools and blowing through a long metal tube. Learn tricks of the trade, like how minerals are added to give the candy-colored vases and chandeliers of Murano their vibrant hue. Enjoy some free time on the island to explore other workshops and perhaps pick up a souvenir to take home. Hop back on the boat for the scenic ride to Burano, where traditional lacemaking workshops are scattered among the island’s brightly colored homes. Learn about the history of Burano lace and how it was once sought after by monarchs across Europe for its exquisite quality. You’ll get a chance to watch local craftswomen creating lace through a series of finely detailed weaving and stitching, carrying on a tradition that has thrived here for centuries. If you like, visit the Burano Lace Museum on your own to delve even deeper into the history of this elegant craft. Enjoy free time to explore the island and peruse local shops before the return boat trip to Venice. ($38.18 per Adult; $32.73 ages 2-14; $0 ages 0-1)

Accommodations: Santa Chiara Hotel & Residenza Parisi (Two Triple Classic Rooms - Annex, Room Only)

October 1 - Return to U.S.


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