For travelers making their way through Italy, the Colosseum is a must see. This huge Amphitheater is the largest of its kind ever built by the Roman Empire.There’s something about holidaying in Rome that’s rather niggling. It really can be a love/hate affair. The tourist crowds are overwhelming, the humidity can be flustering, and the pace of the city can leave you breathless. But nowhere else in the world will you witness so many architectural wonders in one place, all mingled into the modern markings of everyday city life. And nowhere else in the world can you walk the path of ancient Romans and breathe the air of the Flavian dynasty before stepping back out to grab a slice and an Aperol spritz at a bustling café.

Rome is much more than just a holiday or a cultural travel experience. Traveling to Rome is very much a project and when you’re visiting ancient sites such as the grand Colosseum, you need to have a plan. This incredible structure, also known as the Flavian Amphitheatre, is one of the most popular attractions in the city and it attracts over 5 million people every single year. Visiting the Colosseum and other nearby sites such as the Pantheon and the Vatican can be as exhausting as it is fascinating – so it pays to be prepared


Welcome to Milan. On arrival, you will be met by your Tour Manager/Local Representative outside the customs area, who will welcome you and take you to your hotel
Overnight in Milan.

Day2: Milan and Lake Como
Today, proceed for the Orienation tour of Milan. See the famous Duomo, one of the finest examples of Gothic architecture in Italy, La Scala Opera House and the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, one of the world’s oldest shopping malls. Later travel to scenic the town of Como – Located on the shores of Lake Como – this is a popular resort area for aristocrats and celebrities since Roman times, known for its dramatic scenery, set against the foothills of the Alps. Walk along its beautiful waterfront or relax in this picturesque lakeside setting.
Overnight at the hotel in Padova

Day3:Venice and Florence
Today, drive to Venice, the romantic Italian city, known for its unique architecture. Drive over Mussolini’s Bridge of Liberty and then take a private boat to St. Mark’s Square, the very heart of Venice. Here, see the historic Ducal Palace, the infamous prison, the Bridge of Sighs, the exquisite Clock Tower and the splendor of St. Mark’s Basilica. Enjoy a Gondola ride. Visit the Murano Glass showroom where a master craftsman will demonstrate the art of creating the famous Venetian blown glass. Later, drive to Florence and proceed on a guided walking tour of the city during which we see the Magnificent Duomo, the Baptistery and Giotto’s Bell Tower. We then walk towards Piazza Signoria to see the Palazzo Vecchio, the Logia and the Equestrian statue of Cosimo.


Pisa and Cinque Terre
Today, drive to Pisa and visit the “Field of Miracles”, wherein stands the grand Romanesque Pisan styled marble Cathedral. See the Baptistery and the bell tower, known throughout the world as the Leaning Tower of Pisa. Remember to take a photograph of your family against this wonder of the world. Later, take a train excursion with a local guide to the stunning Cinque Terre – set amid some of the most dramatic coastal scenery on the planet, these five ingeniously constructed fishing villages can bolster the most jaded of spirits. A UNESCO World Heritage site since 1997.

Day 5 Naples
Today, we drive to Naples. On arrival enjoy an orientation tour of Naples.
Overnight in Naples.

Day 6 Capri, Sorento, Positano and Naples
Today, proceed to Capri on the Hydrofoil- a high speed boat that gets you to this beautiful island in under an hour. Capri is known for it’s fabled beauty and refined hedonism that has charmed them all, from Roman rulers and Russian revolutionaries to Hollywood legends. Enjoy a guided tour and later, take a boat to the Blue Grotto (Weather Permitting) a large cavern lit by sunlight reflecting off the submerged limestone walls. Today, also visit Sorrento – a jewel in the world famous Amalfi Coast in Italy. Later we continue our journey on the Amlfi coast and visit Positano. Seen from the sea, Positano is set in a dramatic vertical panorama of colors; the green of the Monti Lattari (Lattari mountains), the white, pink and yellow of the Mediterranean houses, the silvery grey of its pebble beaches and the blue of the sea.

Day 7 Pompeii, Tivoli and Rome
Today, drive to Pompeii. On a guided tour – see the once a thriving and sophisticated Roman city that was buried under meters of ash and pumice after the catastrophic eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 A.D. The preserved site features excavated ruins of streets and houses that you will visit. Next we drive to Tivoli. On arrival we visit the 16th-century Villa d’Este, a UNESCO World Heritage which is a Renaissance retreat famous for its landscaped gardens and lavish fountains. Later we proceed to Rome. Overnight in Rome.

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