The Rome, Florence, Venice Italy tour begins in Rome and ends in Venice. This escorted Italy tour travels one direction from Rome to Venice.
The tour includes excellent accommodations, breakfast daily, and one dinner in a Roman trattoria. The tour travels between cities by luxury motor coach. For the daily trip itinerary click here. For informational about additional optional tours scheduled during what is otherwise free time click here. To book your Rome, Florence, Venice tour and for more information about the price with airfare from your preferred departure city submit the form.
Rome, Florence, Venice Tour Sightseeing Highlights
- Rome – Enjoy authentic dinner at a local Roman trattoria.
- Rome – Guided tour of Colosseum and Ancient Roman Forum
- Rome – Guide tour of Vatican City including the Vatican Museum and Sistine Chapel, St Peter’s Square and St. Peter’s Basilica
- Florence – Guided walking tour of the historic center including a visit to the Accademia Museum to see Michelangelo’s David.
- Venice – Guided walking tour of St. Mark’s Square, The Doge’s Palace and Bridge of Sighs.
- Venice – Glassblowing demonstration
- Venice – Visit Caffe Florian and enjoy a drink on us.
Rome, Florence, Venice Tour Includes
- Transportation between cities by luxury air-conditioned motor coach with Wi-fi.
- Meals: Breakfast daily; 1 Dinner in Rome
- All hotel service charges and tips, baggage handling fees and local taxes.
- An expert Tour Director who travels with you from beginning to ending.
- Audio Headsets Provided throughout your holiday to enhance your included sightseeing experiences.
Rome, Florence, Venice Tour Accommodations
2 Nights Rome: Best Western Universo
Rome Hotel Best Western Universo is located in Rome’s center is within 10 minutes of walk of Rome’s sightseeing highlights.
2 Nights Florence: Hotel Cellai or Grand Hotel Mediterraneo (exact hotel based on departure date)
Hotel Cellai is located in Florence’s historic center. This upscale 55-room boutique property is housed in a restored 19th-century townhouse with elegant parlors.
Grand Hotel Mediterraneo is a modern hotel situated on the banks of the river Arno, steps away from the city center – Duomo and Palazzo Pitti nearby.
2 Nights Venice: Palazzo Selvadego
Located on the Grand Canal in the center of Venice in St Mark’s Square this hotel is perfect location to enjoy Venice sightseeing.
Optional Tours & Excursions
The following optional tours are available during what is otherwise free time and are not included in the tour price. Please note optional tours are subject to change. The availability of each optional tour will be confirmed at the time of final payment, 45 days before departure.
To make the most out of your stay join the Local Guide for a tailor-made itinerary featuring some of the city’s authentic jewels. With our optional walking tour, you will have the chance to see the famous Spanish Steps, the Trevi Fountain, Pantheon, Piazza Navona and more Roman sites and squares. Click Rome sightseeing highlights for information about strolling around Rome.
Highlights of Uffizi Gallery
With your Local Guide, visit one of the earliest museums in modern Europe with the world’s finest collection of Italian and Florentine art. Gain fascinating insight into paintings by the great Masters Giotto, Botticelli, Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo, Raphael, and Titian.
Tuscany is known for its gorgeous landscapes, its rich traditions, long history, and culture but Tuscany still has more to offer with its great food and wine. Tonight enjoy a traditional Tuscan meal with regional dishes prepared using the finest local ingredients.
Bask in the spirit of Tuscany at this incredible dinner featuring the region’s most celebrated Italian dishes and tantalizing wines.
A Venetian Night Out
Taste four mouth-watering courses of local specialties at a fine Venetian restaurant. After dinner, time to explore and absorb the unique, romantic atmosphere of Venice by night.
Enjoy a ride in a traditional gondola, gliding through centuries-old canals, under famous arched bridges, past lavish palaces, and quaint piazzas. These long, narrow, flat-bottomed boats with a high prow and stern were designed specifically for the Venetian canals and made in unique shipyards called Squero. Black is the obligatory color, due to a law passed to reduce how the rich and noble over-decorated their personal craft. The comb at the front of the gondola is made of iron and serves not only to balance the boat but is also the symbol of gondolas and Venice. The six comb teeth represent the six Venetian districts sestieri. Note: the gondola is to be shared with other guests (maximum 6 participants on each gondola). There will be one musician onboard one of the gondola boats in your fleet.
Lagoon Cruise and Meal in Burano
Appreciate the peaceful vistas of the Lagoon while you glide past the islands of Santa Elena, San Michele, and the famous Lido. On picturesque Burano island, renowned for its lace making and colorful houses, savor a mouth-watering meal, with drinks included. Afterward there’s time to shop and stroll.
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Rome, Florence, Venice Tour Itinerary
Enjoy a taste of Italy visiting three great cities Rome, Florence, Venice. This 8-day escorted Italy tour travels by luxury motor coach between cities. You’ll skip the lines at all the sightseeing highlights including the Vatican Museum, Ancient Roman Forum and Colosseum, the Accademia Museum in Florence, and Doge’s Palace and St Mark’s Basilica in Venice.
Day 1 – Depart the United States
Fly overnight from the Untied States to Italy. The flights typically arrive in Rome by about noon.
Day 2 – Arrive in Rome, Italy
After your overnight flight from the United States, you’ll arrive in Rome. Check-in to your hotel and relax. Maybe take a stroll around Rome, the beautiful “Eternal City.” This evening you’ll meet your tour director and join fellow travelers for an evening of fun and delicious food at a local Roman trattoria.
Day 3 – Rome
Today you’ll tour Rome’s sightseeing highlights. The day begins in Vatican City where you’ll tour the Vatican Museum including the Sistine Chapel. The museum is full of the world’s finest and largest collection spanning thousands of years. After you’ll visit St. Peter’s Square and St. Peter’s Basilica. Then you’ll cross the Tiber River to see the Colosseum and see the Ancient Roman Forum. Then you have time to explore Rome on your own. You may also join the optional walking tour of Rome’s piazzas, including the Spanish Steps, Trevi Fountain, the Pantheon, Piazza Navona, and more.
Day 4 – Travel from Rome to Florence
This morning your tour continues from Rome through the hills of Umbria to Tuscany, to Sam Gimignano. There in the the medieval hilltop town you have time walk through San Gimignano’s historic center, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. After your tour continues on to Florence, “Cradle of the Renaissance.” Upon arrival, you’ll check in and then have free time to enjoy Florence.
Day 5 – Florence
This morning you’ll be escorted around Florence and its historic center by a local expert Florence tour guide. You’ll visit the Accademia Museum to see Michelangelo’s David. You’ll also see the Duomo and Brunelleschi’s Dome, Giotto’s Bell Tower, The Baptistry and its bronze doors adorned with a bas-relief by Ghiberti, Signoria Square and the famous Ponte Vecchio bridge over the Arno River. This afternoon you have time to explore Florence.
Day 6 – Travel from Florence to Venice Island
Today you’ll enjoy a gorgeous ride from Tuscany, through the Emilia Romagna region and across the Apennine Hills to Venice. Upon arrival in Venice, you’ll transfer from motor coach to private boat. You’ll cruise down Venice’s canals to St Mark’s Square. There a local expert Venice tour guide will guide you a walking tour of Venice’s sightseeing highlights. You’ll visit St. Mark’s Basilica, The Doge’s Palace and the Bridge of Sighs. You’ll also visit an artisan’s workshop to see glassblowing.
Day 7 – Venice Island
Today you have lots of free time stroll around Venice and get lost among its alleyways. You may also join an optional tour the island of Burano. This afternoon we’ll treat you to an aperitif at Caffe Florian. Then you have time for a final dinner.
Day 8 – Tour ends Venice Island
Your escorted Italy tour from Rome to Venice ends with breakfast this morning. Transfer to Venice airport included when the tour is booked with airfare.
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