Due to its shape, Italy is often referred to as the boot of Europe. Here you can find the biggest number of Unesco World Heritage Sites of the world. It is filled with medieval villages, Roman ruins, marvellous streets and squares, and operas, all with Greek, Etruscan, Christian, and Byzantine influences.
Known for its history as the Roman Empire, there are still some marks left today: the civilian law, the Latin languages, the republican governments, and Christianity. Italy is acknowledged as the birthplace of Western culture, together with Greece.
Italy is also well known for its food, its fashion, its sports cars, its motorcycles, its marvellous coast, its alpine lakes and its mountain ranges.
Some of its most important museums are the Uffizi Museum, the Brera art gallery, the Etruscan Academy Museum of the City of Cortona, the Egyptian Museum, the Aquarium, the Science and Technology Museum, the Roman Civilization Museum, the National Cinema Museum, the Automobile Museum, the Vatican Museum, and the Etruscan Museum.
Rome – one of the most ancient cities of Europe, stuffed with so many attractions layering thousands of years of history on itself. Enjoy your free time at Trevi fountain and explore near by areas on your own.
This day enjoy 3 hrs guided tour that includes entrances to Colosseum, Roman Forum and Palatine Hill. The Colosseum is the biggest and most famous evidence of the ancient world. The Forum was indeed one of the most important place in the ancient world, since it was here where public and social life were lived. Discover the origins of Rome visiting the ancient ruins of the Palatine Hill.
On third day of your itinerary, proceed towards Naples -known as the ‘City of the Sun’ or the ‘Capital of the Mediterranean’. It’s the place where pizza was born, so here you can sample the best and most authentic Pizza.
Today you can take a full day tour to Capri Island. Travel around the island by minibus, taking in the views along the famous ‘Mamma Mia’ road. Stop to browse the handicraft stores of Anacapri and soak up the atmosphere in buzzing La Piazzetta. Top it off with a visit to the Blue Grotto and a funicular ride to Marina Grande.
This day head towards Florence. It is the capital of Italy’s Tuscany region and one of the most fascinating cities in Europe. After arrival, you can take a walking tour of the city that includes the main landmarks of the cradle of renaissance. You will learn about art, Medici family, history, food, anecdotes, secrets and culture of Florence; with tips about the city, restaurants , museums and night life.
Today get ready to explore the city of Canals – Venice. It is well known for its romantic gondola rides, charming canals and bridges, grand squares, rich history and architecture. We suggest to you to stay in Padua/Mestre and take day trip to Venice as it is much cost effective. After arrival you can take a walking tour of Venice followed by a ride through the city’s canals on an iconic gondola.
Today head towards St Mark’s square and spend some free time. Later visit the islands of Murano, Burano and Torcello. You’ll tour a glass factory and watch a glass blowing artist in action in Murano and enjoy free time strolling the colorful canals and browsing the artisan shops of Burano. Lastly visit Torcello – On these island you can admire the oldest churches of the lagoon and discover how Venice was born.
As we approach the end of tour, last but not least – the global fashion capital – Milan. After arrival you can visit Milan Duomo with access to rooftop to enjoy magnificent city view from top or you can enjoy free time for shopping.
This day you can take a day trip to Lake Como. Lago di Como is located very close to Milan. This, together with its wonderful scenery and its quiet and relaxing atmosphere, has made it a favorite place for the rich and famous. On our tour of Lake Como from Milan you will admire the immense villas and mansions in the surrounding area, as well as some of the most charming villages in Italy.
Day 6 – Departure from Warsaw.