- From: 09/14/2020
- For: 14 days
- Landing in: Paris, France
- Returning from: Valletta, Malta
3 nightsMon. Sep 14-Thu. Sep 17
2 nightsThu. Sep 17-Sat. Sep 19
3 nightsSat. Sep 19-Tue. Sep 22
3 nightsTue. Sep 22-Fri. Sep 25
11 nightsFri. Sep 25-Tue. Oct 06
3 nightsMon. Sep 14 - Thu. Sep 17
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.
The town of Versailles is the symbol of the French monarchy, and considered as the apogee of classical arts in France.
Vaux le Vicomte Castle
Built in the 17C in typical Classical style, this castle is one of the most prestigious in the region.
2 nightsThu. Sep 17 - Sat. Sep 19
Famed worldwide for its romantic canals and gorgeous masks, this thriving city offers its visitors a wealth of cultural attractions.
St. Mark's Square, Venice
Venice's famous main square is beautifully designed, lined with gorgeous arcaded buildings, and is a great spot for people-watching.
St. Mark's Basilica, Venice
Boasting superb Italian-Byzantine style, this 11C basilica hosts a wealth of gilded mosaics, elegant frescoes, and other decorations.
Grand Canal, Venice
Lined with a fascinating array of architectural curios, the Grand Canal is the city's largest water transportation vein.
Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Venice
Set on one of Venice's major arteries, this superb museum hosts an array of modern art, from Cubism, to Expressionist, to Futurism.
3 nightsSat. Sep 19 - Tue. Sep 22
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!
One of the best areas to take a scenic drive in Tuscany, this valley offers great views of the countryside at its best.
A top destination and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Siena is famous for its cuisine, art, museums, and medieval cityscape.
3 nightsTue. Sep 22 - Fri. Sep 25
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.
11 nightsFri. Sep 25 - Tue. Oct 06
The capital of Malta rests on a lovely peninsula, boasting a well-preserved town center, many museums, and historic landmarks.
St. John's Co-Cathedral, Valletta
This wonderful 16C cathedral is famed for its architecture, exquisitely ornate altars, fine artworks, and an adjoining art museum.
Upper Barrakka Gardens, Valletta
Located on the highest tier of a 16C bastion, these beautiful gardens are strewn with statues and cultural monuments.
Historic Center, Valletta
Take your time exploring these ancient streets, admiring the assortment of diverse architecture from the 16C onward.
Casa Rocca Piccola, Valletta
Wander through the rooms or join a tour and learn about the fascinating history of this 17C palace, still retaining its lush decor.