Jewels of Italy

Itinerary

DAY 1: Arrival at Rome

Arrive and transfer to the hotel check-in and relax, later at evening we will take you to a Illuminated night tour of Rome The best way to experience Rome is to spend a relaxing evening wandering through its streets, enjoying hidden gems, and lively piazzas in the historical core of the city , sites like Spanish Steps, Trevi Fountain, Pantheon, and Piazza Navona. Overnight at Rome.

DAY 2: Rome

After morning breakfast at the hotel today we will take you to discover Rome to its full by visiting the most important sites of the Eternal City: Vatican Museums, Sistine Chapel, Colosseum, Roman Forum and Palatine Hill. A journey to the History of Rome, culture of Rome. Overnight at Rome.

DAY 3: Rome

Morning breakfast at the Hotel, Rest of the day is at leisure you can explore Rome more on your own or shopping whether you are seeking designer dresses or cheap chic, Rome has some of the best places to shop in Italy. The names of Italy’s finest designers sit alongside independent boutiques and market stalls as shopping in Rome caters to every budget. Overnight at Rome.

DAY 4: Rome – Florence

Today after breakfast you will proceed to Florence a city of art and cultural center, Florence has always been an extremely popular travel city. There is no such place where you can literally travel back in time, as you experience and admire some of the most beautiful monuments in all of Italy. On arrival proceed to half day excursion tour to leaning tower of Pisa An opportunity to take you in some charming scenery en route to the historic university town of Pisa. Overnight at Florence.

DAY 5: Florence

After breakfast at the hotel you will proceed for a panoramic tour of Florence, to discover the hiding treasures of the suburban areas. Take a magnificent view over the city from Piazzale Michelangelo, is something that cannot be missed if you are visiting Florence. Highlights of the Grand Panoramic Tour are: Fortezza da Basso, Piazza della Liberta, San Domenico Church, Fiesole, Piazzale Donatello, Piazza Cesare Beccaria, Piazzale Michelangelo, Santa Croce Church, Palazzo Medici Riccardi, Piazza San Marco and a lot more. Overnight at Florence.

DAY 6: Florence – Venice

Today after breakfast at hotel check out and proceed to Venice, a place that everyone dreams of visiting at least once in life its picturesque canals, its islands and its fascinating ancient history make it a unique city in the world, pervaded by a timeless romantic charm. The day is at leisure, you can explore nearby places or relax for the day. Overnight at Venice.

DAY 7: Venice

After breakfast at the hotel we will sail to Murano to see how the beautiful coloured glass is made, then on to the pretty islands of Burano and Torcello. Overnight at Venice.

DAY 8: Venice – End Tour

After breakfast at the Hotel we will transfer you to the Airport to board flight back to your Hometown with some Romantic and Historic flavours within you.

About Tour

With more than 46.1 million tourists a year, Italy is the fifth highest tourist earner, and fifth most visited country in the world, behind France (79.5 million), United States (62.3 million), China (57.6) and Spain (56.7 million). People mainly visit Italy for its rich art, cuisine, history, fashion and culture, its beautiful coastline and beaches, its mountains, and priceless ancient monuments. Italy also contains the most World Heritage Sites than any other country in the world.

Tourism is one of Italy's fastest growing and most profitable industrial sectors, with an estimated revenue of € 136.1 billion

The climate of Italy is highly diverse, and could be far from the stereotypical Mediterranean climate. Most of Italy has hot, dry summers, with July being the hottest month of the year. Winters are cold and damp in the North, and milder in the South. Conditions on peninsular coastal areas can be very different from the interior's higher ground and valleys, particularly during the winter months when the higher altitudes tend to be cold, wet, and often snowy. The Alps have a mountain climate, with cool summers and very cold winters.

In theory beach access is free to all in Italy but as with a lot of things in this country the practice may be somewhat different to the law. Many stretches of beach, particularly those close to urban areas, are let out to private concessions. In the season they cover almost all the beach with rows and rows of sunbeds (lettini) and umbrellas (ombrelloni). You have the right to pass through these establishments without being charged to get to the sea, and should be able to walk along the sea in front of them. More affordable are the beaches in Calabria, most are free, you will only need to pay for the eventual equipment you want to rent.

Visit the vineyards: Italy is famous for its wine. And its vineyards tend to be in the middle of some beautiful scenery. Taking an organized tour is probably your best bet. Day trips can usually be organized through your hotel if you are staying in a major wine area such as Chianti or through the local tourism office. There are several companies offering longer tours that include meals and accommodation. A simple web search for “Italian vineyard tours” or “wine tour Italy” will find them. Note that these longer tours tend to emphasise good food, great wine and a high standard of accommodation and are thus expensive. If you rent a car and want to organize your own trips, a helpful website is that of the Movimento T urismo del Vino. [19] The Italian page has a link to itinerari which is not available in English. Even if you don’t read Italian you can still find addresses and opening hours of some interesting wine producers. Note that “su prenotazione” means By Appointment Only.

Cycling tours: Several companies offer cycling tours of the Italian countryside. They provide cycles, a guide, and transportation for your suitcase, and for you if it all gets a bit too tiring. Tours vary to accommodate different interests. Normally you change city and hotel every day. If you like cycling this is an excellent way of seeing Italy off-the-beaten-track. Search Google, etc. for "Cycle Tours Italy" for companies.

Sailing: Sailing is one of the best ways to see the Italian islands such as Sardinia and Sicily. Most charter companies offer many options from bareboat to crewed and cabin charter, with all types of the boats

Travellers entering Dubai can be jailed for 4 years or more if found in possession (including in the bloodstream and the bottom of the shoes) of illegal drugs (even in quantities as small as 0.001g), including medicines such as codeine, in part due to the use of security scanners at the Dubai aiport which are able to detect drug residue in the blood. Some travellers have indeed been sentenced to long jail terms for "possession" of trace amounts of which they were almost certainly unaware. A senior Dubai judge was quoted on February 11, 2008, by the Dubai City News saying, "These laws help discourage anyone from carrying or using drugs. Even if the amount of illegal drugs found on someone is 0.05 grams, they will be found guilty. The penalty is a minimum four years. The message is clear — drugs will not be tolerated." A number of travellers have been held pending charge while Dubai authorities test their possessions, blood and urine for any trace of contraband

Read up on the legends concerning tourist scams. Most of them occur regularly in bigger cities such as Rome, Milan, or Naples.

A particular scam is when some plainclothes police will approach you, asking to look for "drug money," or ask to see your passport. This is a scam to take your money. You can scare them by asking for their ID. Guardia di Finanza (the grey uniformed ones) do customs work.

A recent scam involves men approaching you, asking where you are from, and begin to tie bracelets around your wrists. When they are done they will try to charge you upwards of €20 for each bracelet. If anyone makes any attempt to reach for your hand, retract quickly. If you get trapped, you can refuse to pay, but this may not be wise if there are not many people around. Carry small bills or just change, in your wallet, so if you find yourself in cornered to pay for the bracelet, you can convince them that €1 or €2 is all you have.

When taking a taxi, be sure to remember license number written on the card door. In seconds, people have had a taxi bill risen by €10 or even more. When giving money to taxi driver, be careful.

Yet another scam involves being approached by a man, asking you to help break a large bill - usually €20 or €50. Do not give him your money. The bill he is giving you is fake, but at first glance it might seem real.

The best advice to avoid scams is to get way from anyone that you have never seen before who starts talking to you.

Exclusions

Exclusions

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