When our clients ask us what to visit in Venice, our reply is simple: walk through the city and let yourself get lost down the narrow, picturesque streets. How can you visit Italy without seeing Venice at least once? It is unlike any other city in the world and part of the collective imagination. With its international airport, Venice is the ideal starting point for this marvelous itinerary. Being a city on the water, there are no cars in Venice; all noises are softened by the relaxing sounds of water. Our private water taxis will conduct you to your hotel, which will function as the starting point for the local tours. Our authorized guides will help you discover the magic of “the Serenissima,” as the city is known: Piazza San Marco, the famous Rialto Bridge, Canal Grande, the Ghetto, the Church of Santa Maria della Salute. The infinite attractions of Venice make it seem like a mythical city but our advice is really to explore on foot and breathe in the atmosphere of this incredible city.
After a few nights, we suggest that you take the train (with tickets that we reserve for you) to Florence, the cradle of the Renaissance. In Florence you will stay in a delightful boutique hotel in the historic center of town, close to the Arno River and its picturesque Ponte Vecchio, where the workshops of the most important jewelers and goldsmiths in the country are located to this day. Our guide will accompany you through this magical city and together you will visit both the Uffizi Museum and the famous Accademia, which is home to Michelangelo’s David, the international symbol of beauty. Lively San Lorenzo market is a great place for a few hours of shopping and a delicious lunch of traditional Florentine cuisine, including dishes such as “trippa” and “lampredotto.”
Moving on from Florence, we’ll make arrangements for you to journey to the Tuscan countryside in our luxury car or van, where you will be able to enjoy a few days of relaxation in postcard-perfect scenery. After the big cities of Venice and Florence, a short stay in a medieval village is a must. Surrounded by vines and villas, time seems to slow down. Cypress trees line the roads on distant hills. We will drive you to wineries so that you can taste traditional wines and enjoy the local cuisine, which is famous around the world. During your stay in Tuscany you will visit the most beautiful towns, including San Gimignano, which is famous for its towers and its wine, and Siena, with its stunning Piazza del Campo.
At the end of the tour, you can either take the train or be accompanied to the airport of your choice. All the above-mentioned destinations can be visited in any order.
Duration of tour: approximately 8 days
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TRANSFERS AND TOURS WITH COACH
Thanks to our special licenses NCC, We will organize private transfer also in 25 - 35 - 55 seater-coaches
WALKING TOURS OF ART CITIES
Our fully licensed artistic guide will accompany you to explore the most beautiful cities of art such as Florence
We can pre-book ad sell you train tickets, via email, for any leg of the journey in Italy.
VILLAS FOR RENT
We will find a Tuscan villa for you immersed in the green of the countryside, equipped with all comforts and swimming pool