- From: 07/09/2019
- For: 22 days
- Landing in: Rome, Italy
- Returning from: Paris, France
4 nightsTue. Jul 09-Sat. Jul 13
2 nightsSat. Jul 13-Mon. Jul 15
San Giovanni Rotondo, Italy
2 nightsMon. Jul 15-Wed. Jul 17
2 nightsWed. Jul 17-Fri. Jul 19
0 nightsFri. Jul 19
2 nightsFri. Jul 19-Sun. Jul 21
La Spezia, Italy
3 nightsSun. Jul 21-Wed. Jul 24
1 nightWed. Jul 24-Thu. Jul 25
2 nightsThu. Jul 25-Sat. Jul 27
1 nightSat. Jul 27-Sun. Jul 28
2 nightsSun. Jul 28-Tue. Jul 30
4 nightsTue. Jul 09 - Sat. Jul 13
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.
A very lively neighborhood in the heart of Rome. Great for an evening stroll and a good meal.
Flanked by two gorgeous 16C villas, these elegant gardens boast an intricate design, fountains, sculptures, and a wealth of blossoms.
Civita di Bagnoregio
Dramatically set on an eroding volcanic plateau overlooking the area, this town retains much of its historic architecture and charm.
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.
Palatine Hill, Rome
The veritable heart of Rome, this hill is an archaeological park featuring a wealth of remarkable ancient ruins and a museum.
2 nightsSat. Jul 13 - Mon. Jul 15
Covered by ash since the 1C, this historic Roman city offers a wonderful insight into ancient life, architecture, and art.
Amalfi Coast Drive
Skirting the Salerno Gulf, this scenic drive will afford you breathtaking views, many options for interesting stops on the way.
A great spot from which to explore the riches of the Amalfi coast, this picturesque town offers lush views and historic buildings.
While Positano is a small village, little compares with its pastoral beauty, white Moorish houses, and gorgeous turquoise bay.
Path of the Gods
Many opt to drive, but some choose to hike this incredible scenic road, named for the Roman temples that once stood here.
2 nightsMon. Jul 15 - Wed. Jul 17
A destination in Italy frequented by few tourists.
San Giovanni Rotondo Historic Center
Stroll through San Giovanni Rotondo's town center and absorb the local atmosphere
Castel del Monte
Located on a small hill, this uniquely constructed fortress dates to the 13C and affords lovely views of the surrounding area.
A sparsely inhabited archipelago boasting breathtaking natural beauty, rich marine life, nice beaches, and lots of hiking trails.
Gargano National Park
Situated on the beautiful Gargano Peninsula, this national park offers its visitors cliffs, caves, superb views, hiking, or cycling.
2 nightsWed. Jul 17 - Fri. Jul 19
Virtually unchanged since the 13C, this town is the birthplace of several saints, boasts elaborate architecture, and exudes history.
St. Francis of Assisi Basilica, Assisi
Known as a major pilgrimage site, this 13C cathedral features Romanesque architecture, exquisite murals, and ecclesiastic relics.
Town Center, Assisi
Roam the streets once traversed by multiple saints, explore the narrow alleyways, and look for glimpses of divine inspiration.
Rocca Maggiore, Assisi
With a fascinating history stretching to the 12C at least, this massive castle is worth exploring, if only for the superb views.
A wonderful example of Umbrian Romanesque architecture, this 12C cathedral features notable ornamental elements and a rich museum.
0 nightsFri. Jul 19
One of Italy's best preserved hilltop towns, doubling as a hip student town with an edgy cultural scene.
2 nightsFri. Jul 19 - Sun. Jul 21
Tuscany's capital is full of history, boasting beautiful architecture, great art venues, superb food, and unforgettable atmosphere.
Town Center, Florence
Succumb to the charms of this historic center, venturing through the streets to discover quaint shops, cafes, and historic sites.
Galleria dell'Accademia, Florence
This superb art gallery houses a wealth of Renaissance art, including Michelangelo's world-famous sculpture of David.
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!
3 nightsSun. Jul 21 - Wed. Jul 24
One of Italy's main harbors and the arsenal of the navy, La Spezia has great transportation access to the famous Cinque Terre towns.
Historic Center, La Spezia
With fine weather almost all year, you will not be disappointed when exploring this charming seaside town and its bustling harbor.
Amedeo Lia Museum, La Spezia
Home to a vast collection of artwork dating as far back as the 13C, the museum boasts paintings, sculptures, jewelry and more.
St. George's Castle, La Spezia
One of La Spezia's most historically significant sites, the ruins of this 14C castle give an impression of what once stood here.
Center of Modern and Contemporary Art, La Spezia
Home to thousands of pieces of art, this fabulous museum is dedicated to the exhibition and preservation modern local artwork.
Comprised of five colorful villages, this Italian town sprawls over terraced rocks along the coast and offers spectacular scenery.
Stone of Bismantova
A striking rock formation reaching the height of over 1,000m, boasting a national park and an array of tropical vegetation.
1 nightWed. Jul 24 - Thu. Jul 25
Full of beauty and charm, this popular town rests on the banks of Lake Como, and offers its visitors an array of cultural monuments.
Town Center, Como
Wander around the narrow winding streets full of charming little nooks, and fall in love in one of Italy's prettiest little towns.
A relic of Italian Gothic architecture, this impressive 14C cathedral features remarkable tapestries, as well as fine paintings.
Villa Taranto Botanical Garden
While the villa itself is not open to the public, its surrounding botanical gardens are, offering an array of natural features.
Hemmed with charming small towns, this lovely lake little-known, but boasts marvelous scenery and a serene atmosphere.
2 nightsThu. Jul 25 - Sat. Jul 27
One of Switzerland's major cities, Lucerne offers a myriad of cultural landmarks, a beautiful lake and a lively, fun, atmosphere.
Lakeside Promenade, Lucerne
Stroll along the banks of Lake Lucerne, lined with beautiful houses, palaces, and great viewing points of the surrounding nature.
Historic Center, Lucerne
Discover remnants of Lucerne’s ancient fortification as you wander through the historic streets of the mountainside old town.
Lucerne Culture and Conference Center
Home to the city's arts museum, this cultural center also boasts fine modern architecture and a performance venue with superb acoustics.
Rosengart Collection, Lucerne
A gallery housing one of Europe’s finest private art collections with over 200 works from the 19C and 20C.
1 nightSat. Jul 27 - Sun. Jul 28
Between Paris and Lyon, Dijon is the perfect place to sample Burgundian cuisine and admire Medieval architecture.
Old Town, Dijon
The excellent gastronomy and Medieval influence make Dijon's town center a pleasure to explore.
Palace of the Dukes and States of Burgundy, Dijon
Formerly a Ducal Palace, this beautiful landmark is now home of the Dijon Fine Arts Museum.
Notre Dame Cathedral, Dijon
This cathedral masterpiece perfectly represents the complexity and beauty of Gothic architecture.
Ducal Palace Quarter, Dijon
A walk through this old quarter demonstrates the evolution of Medieval architecture.
2 nightsSun. Jul 28 - Tue. Jul 30
The City of Lights boasts fascinating architecture, rich culture, and amazing cuisine, making it one of the best destinations in the world.
Place des Vosges, Paris
With its antique shops, art galleries, squares, and great restaurants, the Place des Vosges is an incarnation of charm.
The Louvre, Paris
As the most renowned art gallery in the world, with the Mona Lisa as its crown jewel, the Louvre could take a week or more to visit in depth.
Champs Elysees, Paris
This avenue is the most vivid place in Paris, with excellent restaurants, theaters, and luxury boutiques at every turn.
The Eiffel Tower, Paris
The most iconic monument of Paris, The Eiffel Tower is a Symbol of France and offers the highest observation deck in Europe at 276m high.