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Classic Italy

$1100 per person

Rome, Florence and Venice
The eternal city, and the cradle of Renaissance and city of canals is the best trio to ever exist! The cities are full of astonishing monuments, amazing architecture and art with lots of natural beauty.

Check numerous monuments in Rome, including the great Vatican museums, infamous Sistine Chapel and St. Peter’s Basilica, and the Colosseum.

While in Florence, check the famous leaning Pisa tower, artsy attractions like “David’ of Michelangelo, check St Giovani Baptistery and Neptune fountain.

Venice is known by its narrow streets, endless beauty and special gondola rides. Wander around old towns, have a life time experience in the floating city by riding a gondola in the canals of Venice. Admire St. Marco basilica and visit the great Doge palace.

  • Destination
  • Departure
  • Included
    Airport Transfers
    Entry Fees
  • Not Included
    PCR test
Day 1
Our driver will be waiting at Rome’s airport to transfer you to your hotel, at 07:45 pm we will pick you up from your hotel to Via del Teatro Marcello escorted by an expert guide to show you the charm of Rome at night Jewish Ghetto, the Pantheon, and the famous Trevi fountain are all sites you will get to see on your first day; arriving at the Spanish steps where will treat you with a tasty Gelato, there the tour ends where you will return to the hotel.
Day 2
Departing at 7:15 am heading to Assisi where you will explore this tiny town visiting St. Francis basilica Then you will board the bus to reach Siena to visit the Palio, the historical horse race field, and don’t forget to take some photos at Piazza del Campo. Next you will continue to Florence where you will check in at your hotel, enjoy a dinner and rest.
Day 3
After having breakfast, you will spend the day venturing around beautiful Florence the “Cradle of Renaissance”. You will be fascinated by uncountable monuments, churches and buildings such as Santa Maria del Fiore the Duomo, Piazza della Signoria, and Basilica of Santa Croce. You will have lunch in a typical Tuscan restaurant in piazza Santa Croce. You can then stroll around the streets of Florence or take a short trip to Pisa Tower. Dinner at leisure and overnight stay at the hotel.
Day 4
Breakfast in Florence, then you will depart to the elegant city Bologna; roam around it and shop from its streets, from Piazza Malpighi you will walk to Piazza del Nettuno and Piazza Maggiore in the heart of the city, then King Renzo’s Palace and the basilica of San Petronio. Don’t miss a tasty lunch at your leisure, then continue to Padova to visit St. Antonio basilica, after you will arrive to Venice, check in at the hotel and have dinner then rest.
Day 5
After breakfast, enjoy your transfer to Palazzo dei Dogi, the symbol of Venice’s glorious past. After this walking tour, let us offer you a spritz or a prosecco. Spend the afternoon roaming along Venice’s canals at your leisure and then return to the hotel and overnight.
Day 6
After breakfast, you will depart from Piazzale Roma heading to Tuscany, to arrive at to Val di Chiana with a stop in Montepulciano, a medieval town rich in history and art. Purchase wine, from local wine houses, Montepulciano also hosts an annual Jazz and Wine Festival every July. You will lunch in a typical restaurant. After lunch, we will make a quick stop to spend some free time. In the evening, you will arrive in Rome to check in into your hotel.
Day 7
Between 7:45 - 8:00 am, after breakfast, you will depart from the hotel for the included tour of the Vatican Museums, Sistine Chapel and St. Peter’s Square. Upon arrival, your guide will lead you into the museums where you’ll visit one of the most important art collections of the world. Walk along the beautiful Galleries of Tapestries and Geographical Maps before admiring Raphael’s Rooms and then the amazing Sistine Chapel. After this incredible masterpiece, you can admire the incredible masterpiece St. Peter’s Basilica: the biggest church in the world! The tour ends in St. Peter’s Square. Enjoy the rest of the day to explore the city at your own leisure. You will spend your last night at the hotel.
Day 8
You will have breakfast then head to the airport with our driver. Arrivederci!
  • Italy- Southern Europe
Things to do and see:
  • Discover the alleys of Rome
  • Make a wish at Trevi fountain, live the life of a gladiator for a day while strolling in the Colosseum and the sacred road.
  • Make the most of each moment while admiring Vatican museums and Sistine Chapel
  • Shop from the small stores in Rome
  • Discover the hidden gems and crowded Piazzas of Rome and Florence
  • Take some memorable fun photo with the leaning Pisa tower
  • Enjoy Florentine art and architecture
  • Admire the art of museums and monuments around Florence
  • Ride a gondola in the canals of Venice
  • Purchase some wine from local wineries in Venice
  • Enjoy amazing landscapes around Venice
  • Admire St. Marco basilica and visit the great Doge palace.
Eating and nightlife:
  • Eat an amazing Carbonara pasta at Roscioli restaurant in Rome
  • If you like street food, try some Suppli from L’Arcangelo in Rome
  • Grab some original pizza from Pizzaruim Bonci: pizza al taglio in Rome
  • Have some fun time and Baja, fancy club with live music and local cocktails
  • Known as holiest holies of Italian cuisine, enjoy a mouthwatering Florentine-style beef steak at Buca Lapi in Florence
  • Enjoy a delicious Gelato in at Vivoli Florence
  • Try the delicious Zuccotto dessert from Pasticceria Marisa in Florence
  • If you fancy drinks try some Nigroni at a local bar in Florence
  • Try a raw meat dish called Carpaccio Classico Cipriani, made originally in Venice, try it at Cip’s club or any local restaurant
  • Venice is famous for introducing cocktails, like Bellini, Spritz Veneziano and Puccini, try them at local bars
  • Try Spaghetti alla Busara in Venice, we recommend it at Osottoosopra restaurant
Moving around:
  • It is cheapest to go on foot, but also use buses and metro
  • Italy has a Mediterranean climate, with cool winters and hot summers
  • The best weather is from September till April
Dess code:
  • T-shirts
  • Jeans
  • Sundresses
  • Tennis shoes and sandals
  • While visiting the Vatican City, or any chapel around Rome and Florence or venice, it is not allowed to wear shorts, miniskirts crop tops, sleeveless tops and revealing cloths
  • Euro is used in Italy
  • They accept international credit cards but not in all places, better to carry cash
  • ATMs are found easily around the city
  • Exchange currency at certified currency bureau found around the city
  • Schengen visa I required for Lebanese citizens (call us for further details)

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