The 10-Day Rome, The 10-Day Rome, Florence, Venice, Milan all-inclusive escorted Italy tour is enjoyed by all those who take this trip. Honeymooners, couples, families, and groups traveling together love visiting these great Italian cities. Begin your tour of Italy in Rome. This trip then travels north to Renaissance Florence before culminating in romantic Venice. Finally the Italy tour includes Milan. In Rome the guided day tours include visiting the Ancient Roman Forum and tour of the Colosseum. The you’ll visit picturesque Perugia and Assisi in the region of Umbria. Tour also includes a visit to Siena in Tuscany before arriving in Florence. There you’ll be escorted through the Accademia museum to see Michelangelo’s David. You’ll also be guided through Florence’s streets on a walking tour of the historic center. There the Duomo, Baptistry, and Bell Tower form the perfect Tuscan main square. From Florence the tour continues to Venice and then on the Milan. All hotel accommodations are 4-star and centrally located. Walk out and enjoy the splendors that these Italian cities have to offer. To book this 10-Day Rome, Umbria, Tuscany, Florence, Venice, Milan escorted tour of Italy submit the form below or call us today 800.227.1577
All Inclusive Escorted Italy Tour Package Includes:
- Price published is land only. Submit form for airfare from your city.
- 2 nights Rome – Mediterraneo Hotel
- 1 night Umbria – Sangallo Palace Hotel
- 2 nights Florence – Hotel Albani Firenze
- 2 nights Venice – Hotel Carlton On The Grand Canal
- 1 night Milan – Crowne Plaza Milan Malpensa
- Italian city hotel taxes
- Hotel portage
- 13 meals: 8 breakfasts, 4 dinners and 1 lunch
- Sightseeing per itinerary in modern luxury air-conditioned motor coach
- Services of English-speaking tour manager throughout
- Expert local sightseeing guides in Rome, Florence, Venice, Milan, Assisi, Perugia, Siena
- Skip the line entrance fees per itinerary at all museums
Escorted Italy Tour Sightseeing Highlights
- Tour Rome’s Ancient Roman Forum & Colosseum
- Authentic Roman dinner at local restaurant
- Excursion to Umbria to Basilica of St Francis Assisi
- Excursion to Umbria to Medieval town of Perugia
- Excursion to Tuscany to Renaissance town Siena
- Tour of Accademia Museum to see Michelangelo’s David
- Visit Tuscany agriturismo for Tuscany wine tasting with local specialties
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10-Day Rome, Florence, Venice Milan Escorted Italy Tour Day-by-Day Itinerary
Be guided through Italy’s great cities. Skip the line entrances to all the museums is included. Local expert guides will take you to all the important sightseeing highlights in Rome, Florence, and Venice. Afternoons are full of free time or join optional tours.
DAY 1 – Depart the USA
Today you will fly across the Atlantic from the United States to Rome, Italy. Flights that depart from the United States arrive in Italy to meet the tour the following day. If you are flying to Italy from the west coast cities like Portland, Seattle, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Phoenix, San Francisco, San Diego then you may depart early to arrive in Italy the following morning.
DAY 2 – Arrive in Rome
The all-inclusive escorted Italy tour with airfare includes transfers from Rome Fiumicino airport to your accommodations. If you prefer to arrange your own air itinerary to Italy please let us know if you would like us to help you with transfers. Today is your first day in Italy. There are no escorted tours of Rome scheduled today. If you arrive early then you have a free day to stroll around Rome’s ancient cobblestones or have a rest. This evening you will meet your tour director and traveling companions at an orientation and welcome to Italy authentic Roman dinner at a popular local restaurant featuring regional delicacies and fine Italian wines.
DAY 3 – Tour Ancient Rome
This morning in Rome you will tour Ancient Rome. This is where the Roman Forum and Colosseum, among other famous monuments, are located. After the morning tour of Ancient Rome your afternoon is free to stroll around Rome. You also join an optional tour of the Vatican Museum. This evening there is an optional Rome by Night dinner and tour.
Optional: Vatican Museum & Rome by Night
DAY 4 – Rome to Umbria visiting Assisi and Perugia
This morning after breakfast the tour departs Rome and travels north to the region of Umbria. Known as Italy’s green heart, the region is known for its rolling hills and charming tours. The first destination is Assisi, birthplace of St. Francis. Take in the old-world atmosphere on a guided walking tour of the old city, including the Basilica of St. Francis. Then you’re off to medieval Perugia, the historic capital of Umbria. Behold one of the grandest squares in Italy – the Piazza IV Novembre – and delight in the medieval palaces and ornate cathedrals.
DAY 5 – Travel From Umbria to Tuscany: Siena and Florence
Today you’ll enjoy a scenic journey through Tuscany’s graceful low-lying hills brings you to the mystical city of Siena. Delight in its narrow Gothic streets, magnificent palaces and historic Piazza del Campo. After a walking tour with a local expert, take some time to explore the medieval corners of Siena. You are sure to find many surprises among its shops and outdoor cafés. Later, arrive in Florence – the “Cradle of the Italian Renaissance” – visit the world-famous Academy Gallery to see Michelangelo’s incredible statue of David. Tonight, gather for dinner at a local Florentine restaurant.
Meals: Breakfast & Dinner
DAY 6 – Florence City Tour
This morning you’ll wake up in the Renaissance city Florence. Dduring your cultural tour of Florence enjoy views of the Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore, the Palazzo Vecchio and the Church of Santa Croce. The remainder of the day is at leisure to enjoy this fascinating city on your own. You have time to see the Duomo where Brunelleschi’s Dome, sitting atop the Florence Cathedral, is a testament to man’s ingenuity during the Renaissance. Across from the Duomo is the Florence Baptistry. There you’ll see the famous golden doors called “Gates of Paradise” by Ghiberti. Located next to the Duomo and Baptistry is the Campanile, the clock tower, designed by the great Giotto. Enjoy the afternoon in Florence at leisure.
Day 7 – Florence to Venice
Today you will leave Florence to drive across the Italian peninsula to Venice. Along the way you’ll travel three unique Northern Italian regions, Tuscany, Emilia Romagna, and Veneto. Start your day with a visit to a historic winery in the heart of the Chianti region. In the shadow of its 12th-century castle, learn about the winery’s famed Tuscan wines and enjoy a chef-led cooking class. Next, sit back and savor regional delicacies during a delicious lunch. This afternoon, journey through central Italy, crossing the wooded Apennine Mountains toward the Valley of the Po. Enchanting Venice awaits with 117 tiny islands and its latticework of 150 canals and 400 bridges.
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
DAY 8 – Venice City Tour
Your day tour in Venice begins with a boat ride across the Venice lagoon to the Island of Murano. Here you’ll visit the glass-blowing artist’s studios. Discover the secrets of this ancient art and marvel at the intricate designs of each one-of-a-kind piece. Then we’ll continue to o St. Mark’s Square. Here you’ll begin the escorted walking tour of Venice. View the Golden Basilica of San Marco, the Bridge of Sighs and visit the Doge’s Palace. Join a local expert on a walking tour of this famous square to view the stunning Basilica and visit the impressive Doge’s Palace and the legendary Bridge of Sighs -OR- go off the beaten path to explore the Castello Sestiere district with a local expert; get to know authentic Venice and see for yourself how the locals live as you walk canal by canal through the narrow streets lined with churches and historic buildings. The remainder of the day is at leisure to explore Venice on your own.
Optional: Gondola Ride with Music (PM)
DAY 9 – Venice to Milan
Today you travel to Milan. Take in some of the city’s amazing sights on a locally guided walking tour: view the Opera House La Scala and Vittorio Emanuele Gallery, and visit the Duomo*** – this magnificent Gothic cathedral is the third largest church in Europe. Later, perhaps you will indulge in some shopping at the “Quadrilatero della Moda,” Milan’s high-fashion district. Continue to Milan Malpensa, which located an hour outside the city center near the airport, where there will be a farewell dinner celebrating the end of an unforgettable trip.
DAY 10 – Travel Home
Today return home from Milan or extend your trip from Northern Italy.