Days 1-3 Rome
Welcome Dinner in Rome.
Private guided Tour through the eternal city landmarks and the Ancient Rome highlights. Entrance for Collosseum and Imperial Fora included.
Visit one of the most beautiful churches and museums in the world: the St. Peter’s Cathedral, Vatican Museums and Sistine Chapel with the incredible Bernini Dome and the Michelangelo’s Pietà. Enjoy la Dolce Vita through some of the most fashionable and famous streets of downtown of the capital of Italy. Admire the Great Beauty of Rome. Welcome Dinner in one of Rome’s lively and characteristic neighborhoods.
Days 4-5 Cinque Terre
Full Day Excursion with a private Guide (by local train, walking paths and boat) along the Cinque Terre: Monterosso al Mare, the picturesque marina with its tall, narrow, colourful houses, Corniglia, the only village not directly on sea, Vernazza, the most picturesque and from Manarola, the smallest village of the five, walk through the breathtaking Trail of Love, until Riomaggiore.
Pamper yourself in one of the most incredible landscape and breathtaking sceneries of Italy.
Days 6-7 Chianti
Excursion to Pisa. Admire the city of the “Leaning Tower”, one of the nicest and most ancient art cities of Italy, with its absolute masterpiece of Italian art: “Campo dei Miracoli” (Field of Miracles). Then visit Lucca (Puccini’s city), famous among other things for its intact city walls.
Visit the famous wine area of Chianti: Greve in Chianti, Gaiole, Radda and Castellina in Chianti are the pillars of the world of "gallo nero" (black rooster), a quality label for best wine producers with its old country churches, well-preserved medieval hamlets and powerful castles. Visit a winery and taste Chianti Classico. Have Lunch amid the enchanting hills of Tuscan countryside.
Days 8-10 Florence
Full Day Excursion to visit San Gimignano (a UNESCO World Heritage Site, unique in the preservation of about a dozen of its tower houses, with its hilltop setting and encircling walls form a unique medieval skyline) and Siena, where the guided Tour starts with San Domenico, frequented for its venerated relics of St. Catherine (patron Saint of Europe) and reach the Cathedral with its coating of white-black marble that dominates the entire Piazza del Campo, the centre of city life where the Palio, Siena’s bareback horse race, takes place.
Private walking Tour through the historical centre of Florence to admire the highlights of Italian Renaissance art: from Ponte Vecchio to Piazza della Signoria with Palazzo Vecchio, through the fashionable Via Tornabuoni, the recently restored church of Santa Maria Novella and the gorgeous Santa Maria del Fiore Cathedral with Giotto’s bell Tower. Tickets for the Accademia Gallery, to stand face to face with Michelangelo’s David.
Tour ends in Florence.