Experience The Tour of Italy (land of art) - in 5 nights and 6 days

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Experience The Tour of Italy (land of art) - in 5 nights and 6 days

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Rs. 32,000


o 05 nights Hotel accommodations in  3* or Similar Hotel
o Buffet Breakfast on Day 2, Day 3, Day 4 and Day 5
o 2 Nights accommodation in Hotel in Rome 
o 1 Night accommodation in Hotel in Florence 
o 2 Nights accommodation in Hotel in Venice-Mestre 
o Daily continental buffet breakfast 
o Rome Airport (FCO) to Rome Hotel 
o Venice- Mestre Hotel to Venice Airport 
o Half-Day Rome By night Tour 
o Half Day Monumental Tour of Rome 
o Half-Day City Tour in Pisa 
o Gondola Ride in Venice 
o Excursion to the Islands of Venice Lagoon 
o Train Transfers: Euro star 2nd class tickets:
o Rome to Florence 
o Florence to Venice

o Italy Visa
o Any meals or tours other than mentioned above                
o Return airfare
o Any personal expenses such as laundry, tips etc.
o Anything not mentioned in Package includes
o Peak season surcharge if any on Cruise or hotel
o Service Tax 3.09% extra

Terms and Conditions:
o Rooms are subject to availability at the time of booking
o Rates are subject to change without prior notice
o The above rates are applicable for Indian passport Holders only


Day 1 - Rome 
Arrive into the Eternal City Rome, on arrival at Rome airport a private car transfer will take you to your hotel in Rome Check-in at hotel. Evening take a tour, discovering the Eternal City. The Fountain of the Nayads, The admire the Roman Forum, the Coliseum, the Arch of Constantine and the Circus Maximus. Castel Sant'Angelo, St. Peter's, Porta Flaminia, Via Veneto, Piazza Navona, Trevi Fountain. Return to your hotel. Overnight in hotel

Day 2 - Rome 
Breakfast in the Hotel. After breakfast, the minivan will take you to St. Peter’s Square, where you will enjoy a breath-taking view of one of the most magnificent squares in the world. The tour is a walking guided visit through the centre of Rome, covering also Navona Square with Bernini's famous Fountain of Four Rivers, Piazza della Rotonda with the mysterious Pantheon intended by Emperor Hadrian to have the biggest dome in the world, Trevi Fountain - famously portrayed in Fellini's La Dolce Vita - , and finally Spanish Steps where there will be the general drop off for all participants. The afternoon is free for shopping and visiting the rest of the city. Return to your hotel. Overnight in hotel.

Day 3 - Florence 
After breakfast in the Hotel. You precede to the Florence which is one of the most beautiful and ancient cities in Italy and the world. Check-in at hotel, In the afternoon a splendid excursion through the fertile and picturesque Tuscan countryside to the historic university city of Pisa, famous for its architectural beauty. Upon arrival in Pisa, guided walking tour of Piazza dei Miracoli, with the celebrated Leaning Tower, the Baptistery and other important monuments. This is followed by a visit to the interior of the Cathedral. Back to Florence. Evening at leisure. Overnight in hotel.

Day 4 - Venice 
Breakfast in the Hotel. In the morning departure to Venezia, the Queen of the Adriatic Sea. For a thousand years the city was one of the most enduring mercantile sea powers on the face of the earth. Check-in at hotel. In the evening take a Gondola ride. Enjoy floating along the canals of Venice. Be captivated by the glamour and elegance of the city and its magnificent palaces and churches facing the Grand Canal. One of the gondoliers will play music and sing songs throughout the ride. Overnight in hotel

Day 05 - Venice Island Tour 
Today after breakfast, proceed to Alilaguna's Pier at St. Mark’s waterfront, embark on a motorboat and visit the Island Murano, where one can watch the antique art of making glass. Then one proceeds to the characteristic Island of Burano, with its strong colours and light contrast, fisher island and renowned for the lace making. Last Island Torcello with its old Cathedral and its atmosphere of remote Venetian past. Return to St Mark's Square. Overnight in hotel.

Day 06 - Departure 
Breakfast in the Hotel. In the morning departure to the Venice airport. 
~Tour Ends~

.Italy's capital and largest city, Rome, has for centuries been one of the leading political and religious centres of Western civilisation, first as the capital of the Roman Empire and later as the site of the Holy See. After the decline of the Roman Empire, Italy endured numerous invasions by foreign peoples, from Germanic tribes such as the Lombards and Ostrogoths, to the Byzantines and the Normans, among others. Centuries later, Italy became the birthplace of the Maritime republics and the Renaissance. Through much of its post-Roman history, Italy was fragmented into numerous municipal and regional states (such as the Grand Duchy of Tuscany, the Republic of Venice and the Papal States), but was unified in 1861. From the late 19th century, up until the end of World War II, Italy possessed a colonial empire.


People from Italy are called Italians. Nearly all the Italians are Christian, and most of these are Roman Catholics.

The population of Italy is a little over 60 million. About 2.7 million of them live in Romeand 1.3 million in Milan.

The official language of Italy is Italian and in some small areas German, Slovenian or French. People also speak languages such as Sicilian and Sardinian, which are very similar to Italian, but are different dialects of Italian.

The people of Italy are partly descendant of the ancient Romans.

Italy is home to more World Heritage Sites than any other nation in the world. These sites are culturally important and valued according to UNESCO. About 60% of the works of art of the world are in Italy. Italy is also a big wine producer. In 2005 it made over 5 million tonnes.



Rome is a huge city with several district articles containing sightseeing, restaurant, nightlife and accommodation listings — consider printing them all.

Rome the Eternal City, is the capital and largest city of Italy and of theLazio (Latium) region. It's the famed city of the Roman Empire, the Seven Hills, La Dolce Vita(the sweet life), the Vatican City and Three Coins in the Fountain. Rome, as a millenium-long centre of power, culture and religion, having been the centre of one of the globe's greatest civilizations ever, has exerted a huge influence over the world in its circa 2700 years of existence.

The historic centre of the city is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. With wonderful palaces, millenium-old churches and basilicas, grand romantic ruins, opulent monuments, ornate statues and graceful fountains, Rome has an immensely rich historical heritage and cosmopolitan atmosphere, making it one of Europe's and the world's most visited, famous, influential and beautiful capitals. Today, Rome has a growing nightlife scene and is also seen as a shopping heaven, being regarded as one of the fashion capitals of the world (some of Italy's oldest jewellery and clothing establishments were founded in the city). With so many sights and things to do, Rome can truly be classified a "global city".


Florence is famous for its history. A centre of medieval European trade and finance and one of the wealthiest cities of the time, Florence is considered the birthplace of the Renaissance, and has been called the Athens of the Middle Ages. A turbulent political history includes periods of rule by the powerful Medici family, and numerous religious and republican revolutions. From 1865 to 1871 the city was also the capital of the recently established Kingdom of Italy.

Florence is known as the "cradle of the Renaissance" (la culla del Rinascimento) for its monuments, churches and buildings. The best-known site of Florence is the domed cathedral of the city, Santa Maria del Fiore, known as The Duomo, whose dome was built by Filippo Brunelleschi. The nearbyCampanile (partly designed by Giotto) and the Baptistery buildings are also highlights. The dome, 600 years after its completion, is still the largest dome built in brick and mortar in the world. In 1982, the historic centre of Florence (Italian: centro storico di Firenze) was declared a World Heritage Site by the UNESCO. 



Venice is one of the most interesting and lovely places in the world.

This sanctuary on a lagoon is virtually the same as it was six hundred years ago, which adds to the fascinating character. Venice has decayed since its heyday and is heavily touristed (there are slightly more tourists than residents), but the romantic charm remains.

Venice, the world's only pedestrian city, is easily walkable, and the absence of cars makes this a particularly pleasant experience. However, walking and standing all day can also be exhausting, so it is best to pace yourself. The Rialtine islands - the 'main' part of Venice - are small enough to walk from one end to the other in about an hour, provided you don't get lost (a common occurrence).

If you want to get around a bit more quickly, there are numerous vaporetti (water buses) andwater taxis. The vaporetti are generally the best way to get around, even if the service route map changes frequently. If you are going to be in Venice for a few days visiting, it is a lot cheaper to use vaporetti than private water taxis. If you want to have a romantic ride along the canals, take a gondola ride, although they tend to exist for more scenic purposes, rather than getting people from point A to point B.

Thanks to the Vaporetto dell’Arte you can discover Venice and its magnificent treasures along the Grand Canal. It stops at the most charming attractions and museums in Venice and many services are available on board, such as a multilingual audio video system. You can bookVaporetto dell’Arte tickets online with different validity periods (from 12 hours up to 7 days) and they allow you to hop on and off according to your needs and interests over a period of time to visit museums, exhibitions and monuments listed in the information kit you receive on board.



the trevi fountaion

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