- From: 08/21/2019
- For: 12 days
- Landing in: Milan, Italy
- Returning from: Naples, Italy
2 nightsWed. Aug 21-Fri. Aug 23
3 nightsFri. Aug 23-Mon. Aug 26
4 nightsMon. Aug 26-Fri. Aug 30
2 nightsFri. Aug 30-Sun. Sep 01
2 nightsWed. Aug 21 - Fri. Aug 23
This buzzing metropolis is Italy's heart of style and chic, offering travelers great shopping, historic sites, and superb cuisine.
Italy's largest church dates to the 14C, boasting Gothic architecture, a wealth of ornamental elements, and ecclesiastical relics.
Gallerie di Piazza Scala, Milan
A gallery exhibiting contemporary art, as well as 19C pieces, including Romanticism, Lombard Landscape, Symbolism, and other schools.
Poldi Pezzoli Museum, Milan
Originated as a private collection, this 19C museum exhibits work by wonderful Italian painters, as well as other European masters.
Santa Maria delle Grazie, Milan
This 15C church features Gothic and Renaissance architecture, and is home to Leonardo da Vinci's infamous mural, "The Last Supper".
3 nightsFri. Aug 23 - Mon. Aug 26
Tuscany's capital is full of history, boasting beautiful architecture, great art venues, superb food, and unforgettable atmosphere.
Galleria dell'Accademia, Florence
This superb art gallery houses a wealth of Renaissance art, including Michelangelo's world-famous sculpture of David.
Town Center, Florence
Succumb to the charms of this historic center, venturing through the streets to discover quaint shops, cafes, and historic sites.
San Miniato al Monte Basilica, Florence
An 11C Romanesque church with rich geometrical design, featuring uniquely ornate interior, including mosaics, murals, and frescoes.
Uffizi Gallery, Florence
A famous museum, exhibiting some of the greatest classical art pieces from major Italian masters. A must visit for art lovers!
A top destination and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Siena is famous for its cuisine, art, museums, and medieval cityscape.
This marvelous hilltop town boasts architectural variety, historic towers, a fun medieval atmosphere, and superb local wine.
4 nightsMon. Aug 26 - Fri. Aug 30
Italy's eternal capital boasts historic sites, ancient ruins, fine architecture, rich culture, superb food, and vibrant nightlife.
Trevi Fountain, Rome
Make a wish and toss a coin into this world-famous Baroque fountain, admire its sculptures, then head off to explore the nearby cafes.
This iconic landmark is a triumph of Roman architecture, dating to the 1C and hailed as the largest amphitheater ever built.
Roman Forum, Rome
Once the political and commercial center of ancient Rome, this archaeological park now houses nicely-preserved ruins.
Vatican Museums and Sistine Chapel, Rome
Set in the Vatican City, these 54 museums house an exquisite art collection dating to the 16C, including the famed Sistine Chapel.
Civita di Bagnoregio
Dramatically set on an eroding volcanic plateau overlooking the area, this town retains much of its historic architecture and charm.
The Garden of Tarot
Opened sporadically, this intriguing sculpture garden was inspired by Antoni Gaudi, and features over 20 figures from Tarot cards.
St. Peter's Basilica, Rome
A masterpiece of Renaissance architecture, this awe-inspiring 16C church boasts artwork by Italian masters and exquisite furnishing.
Originally a Roman temple, this famed 2C rotonda is a superbly-preserved cultural monument, as well as a feat of Roman engineering.
2 nightsFri. Aug 30 - Sun. Sep 01
Italy's third-largest city is a bustling port rich with history, cultural monuments, various attractions, and great food.
National Museum of Archaeology, Naples
Italy's most significant archaeological museum houses relics from Pompeii and other Roman cities, as well as many exquisite artworks.
Historic Center, Naples
Narrow winding streets, sprawling piazzas, quaint shops, and good cafes - all these unite into a charming center worth exploring.
Royal Palace of Naples
The 18C-19C residence of King of Naples, this luxurious palace features a history museum and superb historic decor.
Cappella Sansevero, Naples
Established in the 16C, this small church features a wealth of remarkable artworks by some of the leading 18C masters.