Experience The Lively Beauty of Italy On This 6-Days Incredible Italy Vacation

Author: Priyanka

Nestled in Southern Europe, Italy is one of the most popular travel destinations in the world. There are a number of reasons for this popularity - charming towns, art treasures, passionate locals, splendid landscapes and exquisite cuisine. Witness some of the world’s most iconic sites during your Italy vacation such as the leaning Tower of Pisa, the Trevi Fountain, the Colosseum and much more. You’ll also get this opportunity to see world-renowned Renaissance masterpieces and do some high-end shopping as well.  


Italy offers an impressive and rich array of splendid natural scenery and plenty of opportunities to get out into nature. Sardinia, Dolomites and the Cinque Terre all boast astonishing landscapes and superb hiking routes. 

During your Italy vacation, spend some amazing time in this culturally enriching land uncovering about the lives of the Romans and learn about the destruction caused by Mount Vesuvius at Pompeii, or you can simply laze alongside one of the many lakes in the country and declining in the splendor of the Amalfi coast. The country offers so much to do and see that one could spend a lifetime exploring this beautiful country. 

Tour Highlights

  • Visit one of Europe’s most lively city, Rome that tops the list of places to visit in Italy vacation.

  • Make your way to the enchanting Venice and see awe-inspiring Grand Canal. Enjoy Gondola rides with your loved one while listening to the mesmerizing songs of the Gondola drivers.

  • Experience an amazing beach life and relish some exquisite cuisine by making your way to the Amalfi Coast.

  • See incredible sunsets in Florence and admire the beauty of nature.

Tour At a Glance

Day 1: Rome

Day 2: Venice

Day 3: Florence

Day 4: Tuscany

Day 5: Amalfi Coast

Day 6: Milan

Tour Price

Our private tours typically range from $500 - $1000 per person/per night depending on chosen hotels and room categories, vehicles used, types of tours, flight cost, time of year and other factors. Make an inquiry for a customized trip quote.

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Detailed Itinerary

Day 1: Rome

One of the most lively cities in Europe, Rome tops the list of places to visit during Italy vacation for most of the tourists. Artefact of its ancient glories - the Forum, the Colosseum, the Appian Way, the Palatine Hill, and the Pantheon compete with the vast riches of the Vatican as the major highlights. 

However between the significant sights such as Michelangelo's Pieta and the Sistine Chapel, take out some time to enjoy the city. Eat gelato on the Spanish Steps, relax in the Borghese gardens, window-shop on the Via Veneto, explore Trastevere’s narrow streets, and toss a coin into the Trevi Fountain. You need many trips to experience it all.

Day 2: Venice

Once you see Venice yourself, you’ll start believing in the saying that Venice is enchanting. Just as you step off the Santa Lucia train station, the awe-inspiring Grand Canal will greet you. Watch water taxis coast along, crossing underneath the Ponte degli Scalzi and romantic gondolas carrying lovely couples through many of the city’s waterways. Gondola drivers are famous for singing when the moment feels right. Narrow passageways on the land here bend past Old World storefronts and residences, and over bridges as well. Know that maps are not that helpful here and getting lost here is common, so just embrace it.

The magical vibe of this canal-clad city is the major attraction. However, you might discover some diversions as well. The Doge’s Palace and St. Mark’s Basilica offer some amazing historical insight, the Gallerie dell’Accademia displays works by Veronese, Titan and other famous Venetians, while the Teatro La Fenice puts on some globally acclaimed operas. 

One can also traverse to nearby islands such as Murano for the famous glass, Lido for the beach and Burano for its lace. 

Day 3: Florence

This tiny city, stashed amid the Tuscan hills, emit a long shadow through history. Florence, the wellspring of the Renaissance sheltered the influential Medici family and inspired artists such as Brunelleschi (the Duomo) and Michelangelo (David). Keeping apart the chic shops that line Via Tornabuoni and the fashionable Italians, you might feel like stepping back in time to the 14th century. However, Renaissance art isn’t the only reason to visit here - the romantic charm, incredible sunsets and delicious Italian cooking are also the reasons to visit Florence. 

At times, Florence can appear like one massive art museum. The Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore, the Duomo is a spectacle of world architecture, outshined by its gravity-defying gigantic dome. A number of art museums brim with sculpture and paintings, while more masterpieces adorn its churches. Visit the Pitti Palace, Uffizi Gallery, walkthrough the Boboli Gardens and explore the workshops of the Oltrarno and the artisans’ studios, or visit Santa Croce for some leather shopping. 

Day 4: Tuscany

When it comes to Tuscany, culture is the root of everything. A Piero della Francesca fresco emits the spirit of a region that has long focused on beauty and quality. Tuscany combines care for detail with fierce pride with modest, down-to-earth manners. The city boasts a collection of amazing art0-filled, historic towns with much to do, see, eat and drink to relish a long weekend. Must see attractions here include Siena, Pisa, Arezzo and Lucca with smaller hilltowns such as Cortona, Volterra and San Gimignano. Just make sure not to get so lost in art that you get distracted from landscape. The wild Maremma coastal strip, the vineyards of Chianti and Montalcino, or the Carrara marble quarries north of Lucca are all must-see attractions here. 

Day 5: Amalfi Coast

This place is a paradise for beach lovers and cuisine. The famous holiday destination is lined with vibrant fishing villages, thus making it perfect for pictures. The Amalfi coast expands 50km long in the Sorrentine Peninsula and is a Mediterranean heaven with steep cliffs dropping into the ocean and beaches where visitors gather for sunbathing. However, in case you wish to be more active, this hotspot also possess some of the best hiking trails in the country along with the exquisite hotels and restaurants. 

Day 6: Milan

The ones familiar with Rome and Florence, this destination might come as a surprise. This is because Milan is a more northern European city in feel and look. The fashion and design capital of Italy, it possess an international cosmopolitan outlook, a lively food and drink scene and a number of hotels suiting all budgets. Historical edifices exist comfortably with modern skyscrapers here, while a number of the buildings in the city have splendid interior courtyards that remain hugely undiscovered. However, what is that attract visitors here hugely is the amazing shopping of the city as designer stores dot the Quadrilatero D’Oro district, while boutiques, outlets and high street shops can be found in all corners of the city. There are cultural attractions as well such as the Scala opera house, the Pinacoteca di Brera art gallery, the Duomo, and the Leonardo Da Vinci’s popular mural of the Last Supper. 

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