Day 1 – Fly from USA or Canada
Day 2 – Arrive Rome
Day 3 – Rome
Day 4 – Rome
Day 5 – Train to Naples ~ Boat to Capri
Day 6 – Capri
Day 7 – Capri
Day 8 – Boat to Naples ~ Train to Florence
Day 9 – Florence
Day 10 – Train to Venice
Day 11 – Venice
Day 12 – Fly to USA or Canada
$2,695 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.
Indulge yourself with our Capri + Rome, Florence, & Venice.
Arrival at Capri is unusual and requires explanation. First, to travel to Capri, you must purchase tickets and ride a boat from the port at Naples. Our transfer service at Naples will assist you at the Naples port. Then when you arrive at the port in Capri, you will need to get yourselves and your luggage to your hotel. If your hotel is located in the most popular part of Capri — where the hotel we include is located — you must make your way on foot to your hotel in a pedestrianized zone, and you may wish to use a porterage service to get your luggage to your hotel. These procedures will be explained in your travel documents, and we will be available by telephone to answer any questions.
If you choose to walk with your luggage at Capri, be prepared for a distance of approximately three quarters of a mile. Otherwise, be prepared for cost of the portage service per bag.
At all your destinations, you will be walking 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.
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