Paris And Rome Vacation
Pick and Drop at time of arrival/departure
Sightseeing in shared vehicle
City Transfer Train Fare Upto Venice
Entrance fees to monuments and museum
Alcoholic / Non- Alcoholic beverages
All personal expenses
Tips, laundry & phone call
Day 1 – Arrive in Rome
Paris And Rome Vacation ,Upon arrival at the airport, our local representative will meet you and transfer you to the hotel. Check in at the hotel and relax for the day or explore the city on your own. You can opt to visit the Roman Forum, The Vatican Museums and the Pantheon (leisure activities are not included in the package).
Day 2 – City Tour (Hop on Hop off, 24 hours)
Go on a wonderful city tour of Rome on our buses today. You will get to explore the many monuments, churches, squares, palaces and streets of Baroque and Modern Rome. Visit the Imperial Forums, the Colosseum, Circus Maximus, St. Peter’s Basilica, Santa Maria Maggiore, Piazza Venezia, Piazza del Popolo, Piazza della Repubblica and Piazza Barberini; enjoy a walk along the coffee shops of the Dolce Vita in Via Veneto and drive along River Tiber and the neighbourhood of Trastevere. Includes: Hop on hop off ticket for 24 hours, multi-language commentary, city map, free mobile app including sites, commentaries and public transportation for 24 hours.
Day 3 – Rome – Florence – Pisa
Check out from the hotel and be transferred to the airport for travelling to Florence. Upon arrival, our local representative will transfer you to the hotel, where you will check in and relax. Then gear up for an exciting excursion to Pisa (this tour is subject to availability, inclusions and timeslot may change by the supplier without prior intimation). Visit the Leaning Tower of Pisa (with ‘Skip the Line’ Florence) and spend about 30 minutes. (Children under the age of 9 will not be admitted under any circumstances. Children aged between 9 and 12 must be accompanied by a responsible adult and held by the hand at all times. Teenagers aged between 12 and 18 years are allowed only if accompanied by a responsible adult. You might be required to show a document proving the children’s age. Also, visiting the tower requires a considerable amount of physical effort and the spiral staircase has about 300 steps. People with heart disorders or individuals suffering from impaired health conditions should not visit the tower. During periods of increased inflow of visitors, admission to the tower may get delayed. Note that in places of workshops, knees and shoulders must be covered. The guided tour will last for about an hour and your stop at Pisa will last for about two and a half hours).
Day 4 – Transfer to Venice
Check out from the hotel and be transferred to the central railway station at Florence and arrive at Venezia Santa Lucia railway station in Venice. Upon arrival, our local representative will transfer you to the hotel, where you will check in and relax for the day or explore the city on your own. You may opt to visit Canal Grande, Ponte di Rialto and Gioielleria Eredi Jovon (leisure activities are not included in the package).
Day 5 – Explore Murano, Burano and Torcello
After sailing past the island of San Giorgio Maggiore, the tip of Sant Elena, the Public Gardens and the famous Lido beach resort, your boat will arrive in Murano. Stop for around 40 minutes and visit one of the factories. Next stop will be at the picturesque island of Burano (for about 30 minutes) and then cruise up to Torcello (for about 30 minutes). Lastly, you will return to St. Mark’s Square. (The tour ending times are approximate, as the tour might last slightly longer at times, especially during summer season).
Day 6 – Venice – Paris
Check out from the hotel and be transferred to the airport for travelling to Paris. Upon arrival, our local representative will transfer you to the hotel, where you will check in and relax for the day or explore the city on your own. You can opt to visit Sainte-Chapelle, Luxembourg Gardens, Pont Alexandre III or other places of interest (leisure activities are not included in the package).
Day 7 – City Tour
Go on a city tour of Paris on this day on an open top bus and enjoy an exceptional view of Paris. You can hop on and hop off as you please and see Paris taking your own time, with the 4 tour itineraries and audio guided commentaries. (Bus frequency gives you the opportunity to visit the top monuments at your own pace and to be seated comfortably each time you take the bus. The pass is valid for one day, irrespective of the time at which you begin the tour. Commentary is available in English, French, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, Russian, Japanese and Mandarin Chinese. Commentary for children is also available in three languages English, Spanish and French, along with fascinating stories and legends of Paris (Quasimodo, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, The Phantom of the Opera, Dartagnan and the Three Musketeers).
Day 8 – Bid Adieu
Your tour ends here so check out from the hotel and get to the airport for your journey back home, with amazing memories of Europe.
The Appian Way is the most famous ancient road in Rome, connecting the city with Brindisi in southeastern Italy. Named after Appius Claudius Caecus, a Roman censor, it was originally a military road. Many historical monuments can be found along the first 8 km (5 miles) of the 560 km (350-mile) stone road today. This old highway has heavy vehicle traffic at the beginning, but is safe for pedestrians after a couple of miles.
National Roman Museum
If you want to soak in as much of Rome’s history, heritage and culture as possible, then don’t miss the National Roman Museum, or the Museo Nazionale Romano. This Roman museum does not house its entire collection in one spot. Instead, exhibits are located in multiple destinations throughout the city. Find amber, Roman artifacts and jewelry within the incredible Palazzo Massimo alle Terme, admire breathtaking use of marble and stunning sculptures within the Palazzo Altemps and get an up-close look at Roman baths at the restored historic site of the Baths of Diocletian.
Victor Emmanuel II Monument
Built in honour of Victor Emmanuel, the first king of a unified Italy, this bombastic monument may appear to be solid white marble but actually contains many rooms inside. It was designed by Giuseppe Sacconi in 1885 and completed in 1925. There are two permanent museums, one on Italian Reunification and one on emigration from Italy, as well as other spaces that host rotating exhibitions. The Victor Emmanuel Monument is not exactly known as one of Rome’s most beautiful structures but it is nevertheless well worth the visit, even if only for the great views from the top.