- Return international economy airfares with a full service airline
- 13 nights quality 3-4 star accommodation throughout Italy & Sicily
- 1 night overnight ferry from Palermo to Naples in an inside cabin
- Breakfast daily
- Small group tour – maximum of 20 people.
- The services of a professional tour manager throughout
- In depth sightseeing in all cities and towns with local experts that know them best
- All entrance fees as per the itinerary
- Dedicated coach transportation throughout
- 5% GST
- Alcoholic / Non- Alcoholic beverages
- Expenses caused by factors beyond our control like rail and flight delays, roadblocks, vehicle mal-functions, political disturbances etc.
- All personal expenses
- Camera fee
- Tips, laundry & phone call
- Entrance fees to monuments and museum
Day 1: Australia – plane departure – Venice
Leave Australia today to start your voyage through Italy.
Day 2: Venice
Today, land in to Venice! On entry, it would be ideal if you make your own particular manner to your lodging.
Barely any urban communities can claim such a precious workmanship and history legacy as Venice. This novel city with its supernatural, fantastic view isn’t simply lovely; it is a genuine wonder of inventive virtuoso: a city based on mud, sand and the ooze of a troublesome, unfriendly scene. Venice is the image of shrewd government and flexibility. The tidal pond was its solitary safeguard, there were no royal residence watches with the exception of the Arsenal laborers and no motorcade ground aside from the ocean. Amid hundreds of years of feudalism and savageness, Venice symbolized vote based system and human progress.
Day 3: Venice (B)
After breakfast, you will be gone up against a half day guided watercraft voyage through three of Venice’s islands where you will stop at a glass-blowing manufacturing plant on Murano. Find out about the Murano glassmakers, seemingly the absolute most celebrated glass specialists on the planet. We at that point visit the Island of Burano, well known for its carefully assembled bind. The primary bands go back to 1500 and at first their workmanship happens in opulent houses, utilizing needle-and-string without a campaign as prop. We at that point proceed to the inadequately populated island of Torcello. Here we visit the most established house of prayer in Venice. As indicated by an antiquated engraving, it was established by the exarch Isaac of Ravenna in 639, when Torcello was as yet an adversary to the youthful adjacent settlement at Venice.
Day 4: Venice – Florence (B)
Today, set out south to Florence, a sanctum to the marvels of the Renaissance, with more imaginative fortunes per square meter than some other city on the planet! One of its most notorious sights is the Duomo, a house of prayer with an earthenware tiled vault designed by Brunelleschi and a ringer tower by Giotto. On entry, we appreciate an energizing half day guided strolling visit and after drive through a stretch of olive forests and vineyards before landing at your lodging for registration.
Day 5: Florence – Pisa – Florence (B)
After breakfast we cross the Arno Valley onto Pisa. In the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Piazza del Duomo, see the acclaimed Leaning Tower and additionally the excellent etched marble basilica. As of now tilting when it was finished in 1372, the 56m white-marble chamber is the chime tower of the Romanesque, striped-marble church building that ascents beside it in the Piazza dei Miracoli. See the Baptistery and the burial ground, as indicated by a legend the graveyard was conceived around a layer of earth brought by transport from the Holy Land after a Crusade in the twelfth century. Later land back to Florence to appreciate spare time investigating the city.
Day 6: Florence – Umbria Region – Assisi (B)
Today we drive south from Florence to Umbria, the green heart of Italy known for its medieval slope towns, thick woodlands and nearby cooking, especially searched truffles and wines. On entry in to the otherworldly city of Assisi on the inclines of Mount Subasio, we visit St. Francis’ Basilica and appreciate a mobile visit with a nearby master.
Day 7: Assisi – Pompeii – Sorrento (B)
Toward the beginning of today, stop at Cassino to visit the Commonwealth War Cemetery and view the Benedictine Abbey. After, we land into Pompeii, the prosperous Roman town which was covered under huge amounts of powder which poured down from Mount Vesuvius in AD79. Appreciate a guided visit where you can stroll through the safeguarded stays, uncovering the every day life of Roman civilisation which was caught in a couple of emotional minutes. You will be driven through the antiquated cobbled boulevards, houses, sanctuaries, shops and bistros by a nearby guide, who will give the historical backdrop of one of the world’s most entrancing archeological encounters. We at that point leave Pompeii and proceed with our drive to the Amalfi drift before touching base in Sorrento for our medium-term.
Day 8: Sorrento (B)
Today, appreciate a free day at relaxation to appreciate the staggering Amalfi drift!
Day 9: Sorrento – Villa San Giovanni – voyage symbol – Messina – Taormina (B)
Today, we leave Sorrento and drive south by means of Salerno before loading up a ship at Villa San Giovanni to cross the straits of Messina to the rough and memorable island of Sicily and to the beachside resort town of Giardini Naxos close Taormina. On landing we drive to the lodging for check in.
Day 10: Taormina (B)
Spend the day unwinding in this fun Sicilian resort town. Maybe swim and sunbathe or search for high quality trim on the Corso. Think about joining an Optional Experience to Savoca, the town made popular by ‘The Godfather’, and the hole of Sicily’s dynamic well of lava, Mount Etna, broadly viewed as a standout amongst the most noteworthy on the planet (accessible locally).