14 Day itinerary in Italy, Europe

Roma, Tuscany & Amalfi

Visit some of the most beautiful places in Italy, on this 2-week experience that starts and ends in Rome. Embark on an exciting Vespa tour adventure, visit the Vatican, discover the Jewish quarter and the magnificent Colosseum, travel to Florence and explore the beautiful Tuscany countryside, taste ... Read More

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Discover the Eternal City as the Romans do on a Vespa tour


Visit the incomparable Vatican Museums, home to one of the most extensive Art Collections


Enjoy the fantastic experience of a cooking class in the Tuscan countryside


Learn about the fascinating story of the ruins of Pompeii


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Day 1

place Vespa Tour Adventure & Vatican Tour

Welcome to Rome! At the airport, you will meet your private English-speaking driver, who will accompany you to your centrally located hotel. Rome, such a fascinating city: feel the atmosphere of the Gladiators and start to take in the History and works of Art that are on every street corner. The central position of your hotel will allow you to explore the city on foot, easily reaching sites of historical and artistic interest such as the Spanish Steps and the Trevi Fountain, besides many famous restaurants. In the afternoon awaits you an amazing experience. First, you will discover the Eternal City as the Romans do on a 2-hour Vespa tour. The comprehensive tour takes you past all of Rome’s main attractions, including the Colosseum, Vatican City, and Saint Peter’s square. Along the way, you will learn about the monuments from a convenient audio guide. Later you will go to visit the incomparable Vatican Museums, home to one of the most extensive and impressive Art Collections and Antiquities in the world. Peruse the Gallery and admire the incredible sculptures. All this while skipping the lines (we will take care of your tickets!). The Vatican Museums are home to one of the most extensive and impressive Art Collections and Antiquities in the world. However, many times you might visit the Vatican and its Museums, it just gets better: it’s easy to go into art and history overload as Rome is history on steroids! Yet the Vatican collections simply cannot be missed; you will be absolutely amazed to see the size and breadth of these amazing collections, the list is endless: All of it adds up to one of the most impressive museums in the world. Just enjoy it all and take in as much as you can and check out what you prefer. The Vatican is not only a place where religious mysticism meets incredible beauty... Did you know it is also the smallest State on earth: home of great power and mystery?


  • High-end Accommodation: Hotel degli Artisti
Day 2

place Golf Cart Tour Experience & Jewish Quarter with Colosseum Tour

Today after breakfast you will explore the city by driving through some of the most beautiful ancient sites in Rome with a large, eco and comfortable Golf Cart! You will stop at each site and admire its beauty, take photos (we are also excellent photographers), visit monuments, fountains and admire the panorama of this wonderful city. You will visit the Domitilla Catacomb and Basilica of San Clemente with skip-the-line access, plus visit the Capuchin Crypt, where you’ll see a Caravaggio painting and marvel at a chapel made entirely out of human bones. You probably know the saying that the Italians “live to eat” and not vice-versa; well today should give you a pretty good confirmation of that: lots of things to see and even more to taste and sample. In fact, we believe that the best way to understanding the real Roman local life, is to look out for the small and historic food stalls; the local, lesser known bars of the capital and possibly visit one of the most important, lively Markets of the Capital and much more, all whilst taking in the historical sights too. You will visit for lunch the Jewish Ghetto, a bohemian district south of Rome’s historical center known for its vintage shops and art studios. Stop by local grocery stores and delicatessens around Piazza della Cinque Scole for samples of specialties like risotto balls, known as suppli, and fried artichokes and codfish. In the afternoon you will meet up with your knowledgeable your friendly English-speaking guide who can offer you a unique experience whilst strolling through the ancient parts of Rome, taking you back about 2000 years to the glories of the Roman Empire to admire the Roman Forums and the Palatine. At that time, the citizens of Rome were witnessing the construction of one of its now best preserved buildings: The Amphitheatrum Flavium, better known as the Colosseum. Go through some of the most spectacular highlights of Imperial Rome and relive the days of the Ancient Romans.

Guide: Included for the day

Meals: Breakfast


  • High-end Accommodation: Hotel degli Artisti
Day 3

place Transfer to Florence & drive to Tuscany Countryside

Today, after breakfast, you will check out from your hotel to be transferred to your next fabulous destination, Florence, The Renaissance City of Europe. You will make the transfer by first class High-speed Freccia Train. At the station, you will pick up your car and head to one local country-house. During the journey you will admire magnificent landscapes of the Tuscan hills and many vineyards until you reach your accommodation. Villa Fontelunga has a spectacular view of the countryside towards the hill town of Cortona. The Villa is set within an estate of 200 olive trees. The terrace to the rear of the main building allows you to enjoy the Villa's spectacular view across the Val di Chiana, where breakfast (included) and lunch are served daily.

Meals: Breakfast


  • High-end Accommodation: Fontelunga Hotel & villas
Day 4

place Free Day in Tuscany

Today after breakfast you will have free time to relax, or I suggest you to visit the medieval village of San Gimignano. It’s only 1 hour and a half by car. You will be enchanted by the grandeur of this famous fortified city, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Enjoy your free time to explore this medieval gem!

Meals: Breakfast


  • High-end Accommodation: Fontelunga Hotel & villas
Day 5

place The Accademia Gallery and Uffizi Masterclass Experience

After breakfast at your Hotel, you will drive to Florence. Here you will meet up with your Guide for an amazing tour. You will learn and capture the essence of artistic talent while enjoying the privileges of a priority fast-track access to the Accademia Gallery, home to Michelangelo's awe-inspiring David, for a Small-Group with an Art Expert! You will enter the Accademia Gallery with your experienced guide, a qualified art expert, with skip-the-line tickets. Experience true enlightenment thanks to the enriching presentation and personal attention of the professional guide! And later, conducted by a highly experienced, and charismatic, English-speaking professional art guide our Masterclass leads you through the fascinating corridors of one of the world's most celebrated art collections, the Uffizi Gallery, taking you into the frames and behind the paint of legendary masterpieces, the very ones that made Florence the capital of a real cultural and artistic revolution: the Renaissance. During the visit you will learn about Florence's history, discover the secrets of the Vasari Corridor, the Medici family's secret aerial passageway, and discover the true beauty and creative talent encompassed in the Uffizi collection. Our tour is much more than a guided visit, it is a life-changing cultural experience to be treasured forever. At the end of the guided visit, you may exit the Gallery or remain inside and continue on your own for as long as you wish. In option, you can choose an amazing food experience. Passionate about pizza? Joyous at the thought of gelato? Then don't miss this once-in-a-lifetime experience. This class is designed for anyone with a passion for delicious food, having fun, and learning something new. Under the expert guidance of our seasoned English-speaking chef, you'll perfect the art of Italian cuisine at one of our two cooking schools. At the end you will have free time to explore and then you will drive to your charming accommodation.

Guide: Included for the day

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch


  • High-end Accommodation: Fontelunga Hotel & villas
Day 6

place Chianti Wine & Olive Oil Tour and Village of Siena

Today you will have an amazing Wine and Olive oil tour in the Tuscany area. Escape the hustle & bustle of the city and enjoy Tuscany at a more relaxed pace. You will explore one of the world’s most beautiful landscapes: the Chianti region. Immerse yourself in a stunning scenery characterised by vineyards, cypress trees and golden hilltop villages which benefit from wonderful views. You will go to a local winery for a visit to the winery and a wine and olive oil tasting. While you are trying the best Tuscan wines, the sommelier will explain all the features of these wines and answer all your questions. After lunch, you will go to visit the medieval city of Siena; here you will meet your private guide, who will make you discover the highlights of the city. Siena's heart is its central piazza known as Il Campo, known worldwide for the famous Palio run here, a horse race run around the piazza two times every summer. Movie audiences worldwide can see Siena and the Palio in the James Bond movie, Quantum of Solace. Siena is said to have been founded by Senius, son of Remus, one of the two legendary founders of Rome, thus Siena's emblem is the she-wolf who suckled Remus and Romulus - you'll find many statues throughout the city. The city sits over three hills, with its heart in the huge piazza del Campo, where the Roman forum used to be. The Campo is dominated by the red Palazzo Pubblico and its tower, Torre del Mangia. If you feel energetic, a climb up the over 500 steps will reward you with a wonderful view of Siena and its surroundings.

Guide: Included for the day

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch


  • High-end Accommodation: Fontelunga Hotel & villas
Day 7

place Cooking class in a Tuscan Farm & Montalcino Village

Enjoy the fantastic experience of learning our Chefs' secrets on Italian cooking in an intimate and friendly atmosphere with this cooking class in the Tuscan countryside! You will reach our fascinating cooking location, immersed in the green of the Tuscan countryside, where you will have the opportunity to express your culinary art under the attentive guidance of the Chef. The menu may slightly vary depending on the season and the fresh ingredients available, but among various other things it will usually include also two different types of home-made pasta from scratch and a dessert. The class will end with a delicious lunch that will prove your improved skills in the kitchen, accompanied by tastings of different wines and a final typical Tuscan dessert wine. Later, your driver will take you to discover Montalcino. It’s a beautiful village immersed in the breathtaking Val d'Orcia Natural Park, renowned for the production of its precious Brunello red wine, one of the world's best and most appreciated Italian wines. The town has scarcely changed in appearance since the 16th century. Once you get up to the town, a magnificent spectacle unfolds for your eyes: rolling sunny hills dotted with yellow and red flowers, ancient oak trees, picturesque olive groves, scenic country roads winding through perfect vineyards and isolated cypress trees atop hills. The streets of Montalcino with their stone pavements are truly enchanting, and the village is a wonderful place to stroll around among the labyrinth of charming arts and crafts shops, cafés, restaurants and wine bars. Take some time to fully enjoy the special medieval atmosphere of this magnificent Tuscan hilltop town. Walk slowly through its narrow and characteristic alleys, offering extraordinary views over the underlying valley, and then sit and relax while tasting a glass of the delicious red wine. Finally, your driver will take you back to your accommodation, and then you will have leisure time at your disposal.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch


  • High-end Accommodation: Fontelunga Hotel & villas
Day 8

place Free Day in Cortona

Today, after breakfast you will have free time to relax, or I suggest you to visit Cortona, it's only 30 minutes by car. From its height of 600 meters it is dominates Valdichiana, and sights reach up to Lake Trasimeno and Monte Amiata. The medieval appearance of buildings and roads give the town a nice atmosphere. The Basilica of Santa Margherita and Le Celle (a Franciscan sanctuary) invite you to watch Cortona from up high, offering a path of art and faith a few steps from the town centre. Walking in Via Nazionale, called Rugapiana because it’s the only flat street of the town, you meet Piazza della Repubblica, dominated by Palazzo Comunale, then ther’s Palazzo Casali, once home to the nobles of Cortona, now seat of the MAEC (Museo dell’Accademia Etrusca e della città di Cortona). The rooms house a number of interesting finds of Etruscan and Roman origin. In front of the Cathedral, there’s Museo Diocesano, holding masterpieces from great artists like Luca Signorelli and Beato Angelico. At the foot of the hill, you’ll find the Archaeological Park of Cortona. Cortona is also in a strategic position to visit Tuscany and Umbria. You can reach in less than an hour by car the touristic locations of Siena, Arezzo, Assisi, Pienza, Montepulciano, Florence and the Chianti area.

Meals: Breakfast


  • High-end Accommodation: Fontelunga Hotel & villas
Day 9

place Drive to Florence and transfer to the South of Italy along the Amalfi Coast

After breakfast, you will drive to Florence Central Station, where you drop off the car. After that, you will catch the High Speed "Freccia" Train from Florence to Naples. Here you will be meet at the Train Station in Naples by your private Driver. As you drive for about 90 minutes through the busy Napolitan Traffic, then up high along the curves of the roads that cling to the cliffs, you must force yourself to “look down” to the enchanting Amalfi Coast below!! Your Driver will be happy to tell you a Tale or two along the way... of past and present times! He will accompany you to your accommodation in SORRENTO: Time now to forget the City Life and enjoy the quaint, small streets and visit some of the tempting little Boutiques or step back a pace at one of the many Street Cafés and start trying out more “Gelaterias” from where you can watch the Locals’ “Cat-Walk” as they parade by, going about their daily lives! Mind you, this is one very lively, fashionable place!

Meals: Breakfast


  • High-end Accommodation: Hotel Corallo Sorrento
Day 10

place Free Day in Sorrento

After breakfast at your accommodation, you will have free time to relax at the beach, or I suggest you to explore Sorrento. It is a small town wonderfully situated on white cliffs and offers a fantastic view of the Gulf of Naples. It is located on a tuff terrace along the coast of the beautiful Sorrento peninsula and is surrounded by imposing rocks of the limestone mountains. Built on the cliff that separates it from its crowded port, Sorrento is famous for its panoramic view of the sea and Piazza Tasso, dotted with coffee. The historic centre is a maze of narrow streets where the church of San Francesco is located, a 14th century building with a tranquil cloister. Enjoy your free time in this beautiful place!

Meals: Breakfast


  • High-end Accommodation: Hotel Corallo Sorrento
Day 11

place The Ruins of Pompeii & Winery on the Vesuvius

Today, after breakfast, you will meet your private English-speaking driver who will accompany you to a tour into the ruins of Pompeii. You will listen to the fascinating story of how this once-thriving city was destroyed almost in an instant by the massive amounts of volcanic ash and pumice that erupted from Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD. This enormous archaeological site is a treasure trove that boasts impressive artifacts, architecture and sculptures. Learn how Pompeii was rediscovered in 1748 and has been in a continual state of restoration ever since. The ancient city sprawls over 165-acres (66-hectares), of which only 49-acres (20-hectares), have been excavated to date. You will head to the Forum, the wide open courtyard lined by columns of various styles, where a view of Mount Vesuvius looms ominously in the distance. Among the highlights of the archeological site are the Porta Marina, Roman Forum, sanctuary of Venus and surrounding temples, House of the Menander, House of the Faun, Central Bath and the Lupanare of Pompeii. Later, you will unwind at a winery located on the slopes of the notorious volcano. Taste regional wines, including the Lacryma Christi varietal, and enjoy a picnic lunch of fresh local products. At the end of the tour, your private driver will take you back to your accommodation.

Guide: Included for the day

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch


  • High-end Accommodation: Hotel Corallo Sorrento
Day 12

place Free Day in Sorrento

Today, after breakfast, I suggest you to relax at the beach. Sorrento has many beautiful beaches. One of these is the Marina Piccola Beach, it is a small strip of volcanic sand occupied by a number of beach clubs and a stretch of public beach. Most of the beach clubs have a small area of the waterfront and sundeck over the water, where sun loungers and umbrellas are set up. Another place is Marina Grande fishing village, famous for its excellent seafood restaurants. It also has a small volcanic sand beach where you can bask before or after your memorable lunch. "Regina Giovanna", instead, is what locals call the small tongue of land which juts out into the sea where the Roman ruins of Pollius Felix' villa still stand (also known as the Capo di Sorrento). Through the ancient walls, you'll find a flight of stairs down to a small lagoon joined to the sea by an arch. This tiny private pool is where Queen Giovanna d'Angiò loved to bathe, hence the colloquio name of this stretch of coastline. It's the only place along the shore with easy access to the water, but it is in shade all day. On either side, the water's edge is bordered by large cliffs, making it more difficult to both dive in the water and, more importantly, climb back out. If you continue along the pathway to the left, you'll reach an area known as Solara, with flat-topped rocks where you can sunbathe and with easier access into and out of the water. Locals from Sorrento particularly love the area known as Puolo, both for its beach and its easy access for families. There is a large stretch of beach here, and the water along the shore is quite shallow. Enjoy relaxing at the beach during your free time!!

Meals: Breakfast


  • High-end Accommodation: Hotel Corallo Sorrento
Day 13

place Transfer to Rome

Today, after breakfast, you will check out from your hotel to be transferred to the capital: Rome. Your private driver will take you to Naples train station. Here you will catch the high-speed Freccia Train to Rome. At the station, your private driver is waiting for you and will transfer you to your centrally located hotel. Then you will have free time. I suggest you to go to the Via Vittorio Veneto: walking down this elegant boulevard - as well as being renowned for its stylish hotels and lively bars - it will showcase some truly unique and exclusive stores from high fashion to authentic Italian boutiques. For a great walk and wonderful outdoor experience, head to the Gardens of Villa Borghese. It is the largest public park in Rome featuring a lake, temples, fountains, statues and several museums, the most famous of which is the Borghese Gallery. The Borghese Gallery boasts some of the most splendid (and famous) works of Bernini and Caravaggio and offers one of the best collections of art related to sculpture, painting, and architecture (the building itself is one of the attractions), so this is also another great place for a cultural experience too. As far as food is concerned, Roman cuisine might seem easy, but it is a process of many years, in addition to the combination of the experience of people from all over Italy who have moved to the capital and now make Rome so beautiful, welcoming and even more delicious! During your stay you should definitely try to taste the real "pasta alla amatriciana" as the Italians do in Rome, in a typical "small tavern".

Meals: Breakfast


  • High-end Accommodation: Hotel degli Artisti
Day 14

place Departure Day

After breakfast at your hotel, you will need to check out, because it is time to say “Arriverderci” to Italy! Your English-speaking driver will accompany you to ROME AIRPORT for your flight back Home. We are sure you will have enjoyed your “Taste of Italy” and we sincerely hope to see you again soon for another delicious experience!

Meals: Breakfast

What’s Included

Accommodation expand_less

  • Hotel degli Artisti
  • Fontelunga Hotel & villas
  • Hotel Corallo Sorrento

Meals expand_less

  • Breakfast (13)
  • Lunch (4)

Transport expand_less

  • Transfer from Rome Airport to Rome Hotel
  • Transfer from Rome Hotel to Rome Train Station
  • Transfer from Naples Train Station to Sorrento Hotel
  • Transfer from Sorrento Hotel to Naples Train Station
  • Transfer from Rome Train Station to Rome Hotel
  • Transfer from Rome Hotel to Rome Airport
  • First Class Fast Train from Rome to Florence
  • First Class Fast Train from Florence to Naples
  • First Class Fast Train from Naples to Rome
  • Car Rental in Tuscany

Activities expand_less

  • Half Day Vespa tour adventure & Vatican tour skip the line
  • Full Day Golf Cart Tour experience around the Rome ancient & Jewish quarter with Colosseum tour
  • Half Day The Accademia Gallery and Uffizi Masterclass Experience OR Pizza Making and Gelato class
  • Full Day Chianti Wine and Olive oil tour & visit the medieval village of Siena
  • Full Day Cooking class in a Local Tuscan Farm & visit the local village of Montalcino
  • Half Day Private tour of Pompeii with lunch in a winery on the Vesuvius

Not Included expand_less

  • International flights and domestic flights
  • All meals not mentioned above
  • All activities not mentioned above
  • Travel insurance
  • Gratuities
  • Items of a personal nature
  • Hotel city tax

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