Assisi + Rome Florence, & Venice

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At A Glance

  • 11 total travel days ~ 9 nights in Italy
  • You’ll travel by train ~ never in a bus group!
  • You get hotels, train tickets, Vatican small-group tour, and Venice transfer (by boat)
  • You’re free to get your own air tickets ~ we do not sell airfare

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Day  1 – Fly from USA or Canada
Day  2 – Arrive Rome
Day  3 – Rome
Day  4 – Rome ~ Vatican small-group tour
Day  5 – Train to Assisi
Day  6 – Assisi
Day  7 – Train to Florence
Day  8 – Florence
Day  9 – Train to Venice
Day 10 – Venice
Day 11 – Fly to USA or Canada


What’s Included

  • 3 nights Rome, 2 nights Assisi, 2 nights Florence, 2 nights Venice
  • 4-star hotels in Rome, Florence and Venice, 3-star hotel in Assisi
  • Breakfast daily
  • First-class train tickets
  • Private arrival transfer in Venice
  • Vatican 3-hour small-group tour with Vatican Museums, Sistine Chapel and St. Peter’s Basilica

$2,135 per person, double occupancy
April 1 – October 31* — 2015 and 2016
LAND ONLY (airfare NOT included)
Fly into Rome and out of Venice, or vice versa
(If starting in Venice, + $50 per person)

* Price is for travel which begins and ends within dates shown. Ask about other dates.


Candid Comments and Practicalities

Enjoy Assisi + Rome, Florence, & Venice!

Assisi is one of Italy’s lovely hill towns. It is very hilly, to put it mildly. Put on your sturdiest walking shoes, and plan on a lot of huffing and puffing if you’re not in top shape. It seemed to us like we were always going up or down in Assisi, never on the flat!

And in the cities, you will do a lot of walking, much of it on uneven surfaces such as cobblestones, so be sure to wear appropriate foot gear to avoid tripping or turning an ankle, especially in ancient structures such as the Colosseum in Rome where modern safety standards do not apply.

 

Travel News

05/20/2016
A little history on the Vatican Museums

In today’s travel news… History of the Vatican Museums The Vatican Museums originated as a group of sculptures collected by Pope Julius II (1503-1513) and placed in what today is the “Cortile Ottagono” within the museum complex. The popes were among … (read more)

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