Tours
Tivoli
  Travel from Rome to Tivoli. A prestigious vacation spot in the days of Ancient Rome, the town is now popular for its two UNESCO World Heritage Sites: Villa d’Este and Hadrian’s Villa. Your first stop in Tivoli is at Villa d’Este. Explore the former Benedictine convent, and see why many consider the villa to be one of the finest of the Renaissance era. As you explore, hear how Villa d’Este was built as an opulent abode for the son of Lucretia Borgia, a 15th-century duchess who attracted drama and gossip wherever she went. Make your way past the Fountain [...]
Costiera Amalfitana
  You will be picked up from your hotel to start your journey to Sorrento, a pretty little city where kindness and hospitality are handed down from one generation to the next. The main piazza of Sorrento, Piazza Tasso, takes it name from the poet Torquato Tasso who was born there in 1544. Enjoy lunch at one of the numerous restaurants or pizzerias or sit at one of the lovely cafés on the piazza and drink a good Italian coffee while you people watch and enjoy the fresh sea air. Since Sorrento is small it is very manageable on foot. [...]
Napoli – Pompei
  Begin your Rome to Naples day trip with a pickup from your hotel. Once aboard relax on the journey south to the Campania region and look out for sights such as the Abbey of Montecassino. The Benedictine monastery is a dramatic sight, perched on top of a hill in the rocky Castelli Romani area. After three hours on the road, Stop in Pompeii visit Pompeii’s UNESCO-listed ruins on a 2-hour tour. Hear how the city lay buried under a sea of volcanic ash from Mt Vesuvius as you admire the excavations of monuments such as the 5,000-seater Teatro Grande, [...]
Assisi / Orvieto
  Your day trip from Rome to Assisi starts as you leave the city by car, heading north along the River Tiber toward the region of Umbria, a picturesque piece of central Italy that neighbors Tuscany. After an approximate 1.5-hour drive, arrive in Orvieto, a hill town that seems to rise dramatically out of the volcanic rock it’s perched on and is known for its long history dating back to the Etruscans. Explore town on foot, enjoying the Italian charm and passing by many churches, particularly Orvieto Cathedral, a Gothic structure that dates back to the late 1200s and is [...]
Firenze
  Your day trip to Florence starts when you board your car in Rome and set off on the drive north into Tuscany. During the journey, admire the landscapes of vineyard-covered hills and olive groves surrounding the Tevere River that make up this famously beautiful region of Italy. When you arrive in Florence, the region’s capital, your first destination is the Accademia Gallery (Gallerie dell’Accademia), best known for housing Michelangelo’s David sculpture, as well as other artistic highlights like Madonna and Child by Botticelli and Quattro Prigioni, an unfinished sculpture by Michelangelo that depicts prisoners trying to escape from the [...]
Firenze / Pisa
  From Florence you can go to Pisa , famous throughout the world for its famous Leaning Tower in the Square of Miracles Piazza dei Miracoli! In fact, the Square of Miracles is home to many of the city’s most beautiful attractions: the Baptistery, which shares the piazza with the imposing Camposanto (sacred burial ground) whose 43 blind arcades face the square. The famous Leaning Tower rises directly behind the cathedral, in the middle of a large extension of green grass. Start your visit at the Cathedral of Pisa, with its marble facade, adorned by columns and statues; then visit the Baptistery, both indoors and out. Then, walk to the [...]
Ostia Antica
  Take a few hours to discover the largest archeological site at approximately 30 kilometres from Rome. Ostia Antica is close to the modern suburb of Ostia, that was the location of the harbour city of ancient Rome. Situated amongst cypress and Mediterranean pine trees, the ruins of the port of ancient Rome reveal more than any other monument in the capital, what everyday life must have been like in ancient times. Your can visit to Ostia Antica starts at Via delle Tombe which leads to the Porta Romana, one of the city’s three gates. This is the beginning of [...]
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