Venice, Florence, Pisa, Perugia and Rome
– all in just one tour!
– all in just one tour!
Italian peninsula has attracted visitors literary for centuries.
You can see why throughout the country. The combination of history of the area and cultural events, food and way of life, is always a winning combination.
A kind of invitation to people from around the globe to come and experience what this stunning country has to offer.
The 9 nights tour you are about to see, is definitely that winning combination.
In just one travel package, you’ll visit the three most visited Italian cities – Venice, Florence and Rome, and even more.
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This unique city is a museum itself. A place of great history, monuments, churches, restaurants and bars, hotels and a place always full of travelers, is surely a top Italian travel destination.
With its canals and bridges, gondolas and lively atmosphere, Venice is a must see place in the country and one of the most famous places for tourists in the world.
It is not definitely easy to decide what to visit in Venice, but a great start is the bridge of Rialto and the Saint Mark Basilica.
And really, this is only the beginning. Palaces in renaissance, Gothic or byzantine style, world class museums, and shops with famous Venice masks or Murano glass – are waiting for you.
Venice is the checking point of this journey and you’ll stay here until the morning of the third day. Next stop is Levanto that you’ll reach by a train.
Levanto’s historian name was Ceula and it was first mentioned in some documents in the 11th century.
Today, it is a city with nice sandy beaches, restaurants and shops. Like in almost every Italian city, this one also has an old center and it is a cool tip for people who are in love with history.
Also, because of its position, places of the Cinque Terre region are quite reachable.
Its landmarks such as the remains of the city wall and the castle from the 13th century, churches of St. Nicolo, St. Andrea, St. Giacomo and more than 16 villas from medieval era are worth a visit.
You will stay at Levanto hotel and after relaxing in the evening of the forth day, and enjoying in amazing cuisine of the region, prepare yourself for new exciting destinations.
Some two hours train ride from Levanto, you’ll find Pisa – worldwide famous by legendary Leaning Tower of Pisa.
The tower, the baptistery and the cathedral are city’s main tourist attractions all at the same square – the square of Miracles. If you have enough time, don’t miss checking Opera del Duomo museum and museum of the Sinopie.
The same day, after a stop in Pisa, you’ll arrive in another famous Italian city – the capital of the Tuscany region – the amazing city of Florence and will stay there the rest of the fifth and a whole day 6.
Florence… Where to start… For the beginning, it is enough to say that this place was home to the most famous artists of the world’s history: Michelangelo, Raphael and Da Vinci.
Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore, Campanile – Bell Tower, Ponte Vecchio, Piazza della Signoria and Palazzo Vecchio are just fragments of so rich offer of this Italian town that you must see.
Use your time there the best you can, because, after all, this is the place where you’ll see the best artist’s pieces, meet friendly people and will have the opportunity to try amazing Italian cuisine.
It’s time for Umbria! Perugia is Umbria’s capital city and its history goes back to the Roman settlements period.
After leaving the luggage in the hotel, definitely check Fontana Maggiore, San Lorenzo Cathedral, the National Gallery of Umbria or maybe Etruscan well.
8th day is reserved for an excursion to Spello, the medieval town with tiny stone houses on the hill.
This place will be a complete discovery for you, as it is not so often visited by tourists and they only occasionally stop here.
If you like to walk and if you are fan of escaping from noisy tourism centers – you’ll fall in love with this place’s charm.
It’s time for the capital city of Italy!
Official tourism portal of the city of Rome says that this is “the city with the highest concentration of historical and architectural riches in the world.”
And it really is. Don’t miss the Colosseum and famous fountains of Rome. The historian centre of the city, along with its architecture, and the property of the Vatican state and the Basilica of St. Paul are on the UNESCO World Heritage list from 1980.
is the last day of this amazing journey that finishes just perfectly – in the center of one of the most beautiful cities in the world – Rome – the centre of art, history and magnificent architecture