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Try to imagine how it would be to spend a day like the in the old Italian movies: driving a vintage FIAT 500 across the Chianti hills and enjoy all the beauty of Tuscany. We are here to make this perfect day possible. Join us for and we will give you the opportunity to drive a fully renovated vintage FIAT 500 while an expert tour leader will guide you through the best paths and will organize stops in the most characteristic villages: you will discover the real Tuscany in these little gems that have remained the same through the centuries. Here you will have the opportunity to enjoy a typical Tuscan lunch and a wine tasting. This is the chance to live the Italian dream for a day and we want it to be unforgettable.
The tour starts at Office in Via Martelli 33red where after the check-in you’ll walk to the Accademia Gallery with our guide that will introduce you the city and the main sights. Immerse yourself in Michelangelo’s art and enjoy his most famous work, the statue of David, and other important masterpieces. The young Michelangelo sculpted the statue of David in three years, starting from a huge block of rough marble. The result was an absolutely beautiful, imposing sculpture, the real icon of the Renaissance ideal. He portrayed a magnificent nude young man in his full physical vigour, whose intense expression of force and courage, which stemmed from his absolute faith in God, was taken as a symbol of the power and invincibility of the Republic of Florence at the height of its splendour.
Your guide will explain the details of Florentine life from the Roman times, to the Middle Ages and through the Renaissance. You will be amazed to learn how even the smallest details have been taken care of in order to make Florence, the town which gave birth to Dante and Michelangelo, the beautiful city that it is today. You will visit the Accademia Gallery, home to Michelangelo’s David, the most famous statue in the world! There are also some unfinished works by Michelangelo, the “Prisoners”, which will allow you to see how he worked the massive blocks of Carrara marble. The guide explanation includes a detailed introduction to Michelangelo’s life and his extraordinary period.
This is a fantastic opportunity to get fully immersed in the beauty of the Amalfi Coast and the impressive memory left by the ruins of Pompeii, the world-famous ancient town that lay buried under layers of volcanic ash for centuries. Departure from your hotel or meeting point towards Pompeii where, together with your guide, you’ll start the visit of the Unesco World Heritage site and be fascinated by what you discover: during the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD thousands of Romans lost their lives and the city was abandoned for centuries. When a group of explorers rediscovered the site in 1748, they were surprised to find that, underneath a thick layer of dust and debris, Pompeii was mostly intact. The buildings, artefacts and skeletons left behind in the buried city will give you an incredible insight into everyday life in the ancient world. The visit of Pompeii is followed by a bus journey to the ancient Marine Republic  of Amalfi where you’ll have time to explore the town or visit the Duomo of Sant’Andrea Apostolo, a perfect example of Sicilian-Arabesque architecture. The journey back to Sorrento will take you along the famous Amalfi drive, one of the most scenic coasts in Europe with a stop in Positano, the jewel of the coast, where you’ll have some free time to enjoy the amazing beauty of this small but characteristic village as you walk down the narrow streets to the seafront, with its many shops selling the particular Positano fashion and the local production of leather made-to-measures sandals. Please note: Entrance fees to the Cathedral and Pompeii not included. Don’t forget your camera, comfortable footwear, water, sun protection and hat. Limited wheelchair and buggy access. Knees and shoulders must always be covered when visiting churches. Take passport to obtain free or reduced admission where possible. The order of the visits may vary. A minimum number of 6/8 participants is required.  Language available: English
From EUR 100
Due to its beautiful scenery, stunning cliffs overlooking the sea and historical importance, the coastline of Amalfi was declared a World Heritage Site in 1997. Transfer from your hotel or meeting point to the port where you’ll board your boat to start your cruise around the bay of Salerno towards Amalfi. Passing by Nerano, the Emeraldo Grotto and Li Galli island you’ll have stops for swimming and snorkelling in places you could never reach by land. On arrival at the port of Amalfi you’ll have free time to relax and explore this beautiful town. Board the boat for your return journey with a stop at Positano, "the pearl of the Amalfi Coast". With its pink and white houses and domed cathedral hugging the cliff, it is not easily accessible by land. This is a chance to see the famous coast while relaxing on your semi-private boat, swimming in places not accessible by road, sunbathing on the decks and beaches and avoiding any possible road traffic. Please note: The skipper is your guide. The entrance fee to the Emerald Grotto is not included. Snorkelling equipment included. Don’t forget your camera, flip flops, swimwear, towels, sun protection and hat. Maximum 12 people on board. All boats are equipped with wi-fi, stereo, first aid kit and legal insurance. Departure from Massa Lubrense port. Language available: English, Italian, Spanish
From EUR 99
The Amalfi drive is said to be the most spectacular in Europe and from Sorrento the winding cliff top road offers continuous breathtaking panoramic views. The first stop will be high above Positano, one of the jewels of this coastline built on different levels from the main road all the way down to sea like a “waterfall cascading down the rocks”. Further along the coast, the coach makes a refreshment stop where you can admire the local ceramics in a traditional shop and enjoy panoramic views before going on to the town of Amalfi, which gives its name to the whole coast on which it lies. Once a thriving Marine Republic along with Genoa, Pisa and Venice and now a thriving holiday resort, this ancient town is dominated by the magnificent 9th century Cathedral where the remains of the Patron Saint of Amalfi are preserved. Free time to explore the cobbled backstreets of Amalfi before continuing to the medieval town of Ravello which nestles in the mountainside eleven hundred feet above the sea and where you can enjoy the best views of the Amalfi coastline overlooking Minori, Maiori and beyond. This charming little town has a main square where the centrepiece is the bright picturesque 11th century Cathedral. Free time at disposal with the option to visit Villa Rufolo with its gardens and amazing views across the bay of Salerno.  Please note: Entrance fees to the Cathedrals and Villa Rufolo not included. Don’t forget your camera, comfortable footwear, water, sun protection and hat. Knees and shoulders must always be covered when visiting churches. Language available: English, German (Tuesday in the summer season) Please Note: For the Winter period: Minimum numbers apply. There is a possibility of cancellation after confirmation if there are not enough passengers to meet requirements. In the event of this occurring, you will be offered an alternative or full refund
From EUR 39
The Amalfi coast is one of the most fascinating in the world for its panoramic scenery and you cannot miss the opportunity to impress in your heart and memory breathtaking views of this heavenly corner of Italy! Departure from your hotel or meeting point to reach the Amalfi Coastal road to Positano where you’ll have the chance to visit this wonderful village. Free time at disposal to stroll down the narrow streets towards the beach while admiring Positano’s glamourous fashion shops. The tour proceeds along the scenic drive passing high above the beautiful villages of Praiano, Furore, Conca dei Marini before heading to Amalfi where you’ll have some free time at your full disposal to visit the Cathedral or enjoy an optional boat trip (weather permitting). Last but not least a stop in Ravello, one of the most amazing viewpoints of Italy, with time to visit some of its highlights, such as the Villa Rufolo or ancient Cathedral.  Please note: Entrance fees to the Cathedrals and Villa Rufolo not included. Don’t forget your camera, comfortable footwear, water, sun protection and hat. Knees and shoulders must always be covered when visiting churches. A minimum number of 6/ 8 participants is required. Language available: English, Spanish (Thursday in the summer season), German (Wednsday, Thursday in the summer season) Please Note: For the Winter period: Minimum numbers apply. There is a possibility of cancellation after confirmation if there are not enough passengers to meet requirements. In the event of this occurring, you will be offered an alternative or full refund
From EUR 75
Have fun riding a Vespa along the scenic Amalfi coastal road and admire its beauty by an alternative and unique perspective! Your tour escort on his own Vespa will lead the small group along the most fascinating panoramic sceneries in the world. We will depart from Sorrento towards the enchanting village of Positano. Free time to explore its narrow streets as you walk your way down towards the seafront. Hop on your Vespa and continue towards the town of Amalfi, passing by the beautiful villages of Praiano, Furore and Conca dei Marini impressing in your memory breathtaking views of this corner of Italy. Upon arrival to Amalfi, you’ll have some time at leisure  to visit the Cathedral or enjoy an optional boat trip (weather permitting). Last but not least, a stop in the town of Ravello, from where you’ll enjoy some of the most spectacular views over the Amalfi Coast with time at leisure to visit some of its highlights, such as Villa Rufolo or the ancient Cathedral. This Vespa tour is just an exclusive and unique way to fall in love with the amazing Amalfi Coast!  Please note: Entrance fees to the Cathedrals and Villa Rufolo not included. Fuel is not included. Knees and shoulders must always be covered when visiting churches. A valid driver license is required and you must be at least 18 years old to ride a Vespa or 13 years old as a passenger. We reserve the right to judge the customer’s actual driving ability as well as the passenger’s self-confidence and to stop the use of the Vespa at any point during the tour. Don’t forget your camera, sunglasses, comfortable footwear, water, swimsuit, sun protection and hat. A minimum number of 6/8 participants is required.   Language available: English
Enjoy a journey through the Basilicas, Catacombs and ancient streets of Rome! See the Holy Staircase and visit inside the Basilica of St. John in Lateran - the Cathedral of Rome - and St. Mary Major, then proceed along the ancient Appian Way, passing the Chapel of Domine QuoVadis before arriving at the Catacombs, the ancient underground cemeteries and hiding places of the Christians.  
The newest alpine delight! Take a ride on the Bernina Express along one of the world’s most spectacular railway routes. A UNESCO world heritage site, travel across the Swiss Alps along the Bernina Pass to the exclusive resort of St. Moritz; the ‘Top of the World’. Your journey starts amid the palms of Tirano, northern Italy, taking you over the spiraling Brusio viaduct and through the Bernina Pass (2253 metres above the sea level) into the Engadin Valley before arriving at St. Moritz. Along the way you’ll pass wild gorges and icy glaciers, cross soaring bridges and shoot through loop tunnels. This north-south Alpine crossing offers breathtaking views and stunning scenery as you travel over boldly curved viaducts and through winding tunnels. After the train journey you will visit the exclusive resort of St. Moritz, stopping at Swizerland’s best chocolate house and enjoy free time to explore the ‘Top of the World’ before returning to Milan by air-conditioned coach.
Loved by both the Jet Set and ancient Roman Emperors alike no holiday would be complete without a trip to the island of Capri! Relax and enjoy a wonderful day on this beautiful island... return  transport is provided to the port,  the Jetfoil has been prebooked, a local guide will show you all the wonderful sights and mini-buses to transport you to each stop on the Island are included. During the thirty minutes’ boat ride you can admire the beauty of the Sorrento coastline as you make your way across to the island. On arrival a mini-bus will take you to Anacapri, the highest part of the island, where you can make an optional visit to the famous villa of Dr. Axel Munthe whose bestselling book “Story of San Michele” tells of how he came to live on Capri and how he built his home on the remains of a Roman villa with its beautiful, panoramic terraced gardens. Weather permitting, there is a chance of taking an optional chairlift up Monte Solaro or wonder around the shops and relax in one of the many open-air cafes. Continue by mini-bus to Capri town where rows of chic designer shops line the cobbled streets. Your guide will take you down to admire the splendid views from the colourful “Augustus Gardens” overlooking the Faraglioni Rocks and the Marina Piccola where Gracie Fields once lived. Free time to explore the tiny alleyways and arcades full of little shops selling local handicrafts, clothing, jewellery, shoes and Capri’s famous perfumes. A mini-bus will take you back to Marina Grande where you have free time before returning by Jetfoil to Sorrento. Please note: Entrance fee to Villa San Michele not included. At guide’s discretion the order of the visits may vary depending on crowds and queues. Don’t forget your camera, comfortable footwear, water, sun protection and hat. Language available: English, German (Wednsday, Friday)
From EUR 80
Capri is a Mediterranean island that has seen intellectuals, artists and writers all enthralled by its magical beauty. Transfer from your hotel or meeting point to the port where you’ll board your boat starting your cruise along the coastline with the chance to stop for swimming before heading across the bay to Capri. Once there the boat will take you around the island to see its most beautiful sights such as the White Grotto, the Natural Arch, the Green Grotto, the lighthouse of Punta Carena, Blue Grotto and the famous Faraglioni Rocks where Dolce & Gabbana adverts are filmed. Stops for swimming and snorkelling and approx. 3/4 hrs free time to explore the island and stroll around the famous main square or admire the Augustus Gardens. This is a chance to relax, sunbathe on the decks and swim from your own semi-private boat while admiring the beauty of the island from the sea. Please note: The skipper is your guide. The entrance fee to the Blue Grotto is not included and the stop is on captain’s discretion, depending on sea conditions and waiting time. Snorkelling equipment included. Don’t forget your camera, flip flops, swimwear, towels, sun protection and hat. Maximum 12 people on board. All boats are equipped with wi-fi,  stereo, first aid kit and legal insurance. Departure from Massa Lubrense port. Language available: English, Italian, Spanish Please Note: For the Winter period: Minimum numbers apply. There is a possibility of cancellation after confirmation if there are not enough passengers to meet requirements. In the event of this occurring, you will be offered an alternative or full refund
From EUR 85
This tour gives you the opportunity to set foot on the island when the crowds have left and immerse yourself in the magical setting of Capri at night! Departure from your hotel or meeting point to the port where you’ll board a boat and sail along the Sorrento Coast towards the fascinating island of Capri with a memorable stop for a toast at sunset. Upon arrival a Tour escort will take you up with the funicular and then you’ll reach a trendy bar of Capri. Where you’ll have the unique opportunity to enjoy an aperitif. Afterwards you can have the chance to spend some free time strolling around the “Piazzetta” and enjoy the amazing landscape of the island at night. A wonderful experience guaranteed to give you memories that last a lifetime! Please note: Welcome drink included. Departure from Massa Lubrense port. A minimum number of 6/8 participants is required. Possibility of dinner included at an extra cost. Language available: English, Italian, Spanish
From EUR 100
Catania is the second largest city in Sicily after Palermo, our capital. Since the 1600s the heart of Catania has hosted one of the most impressive outdoor markets of the Mediterranean. The fish mongers and the fruit stands are many, the venders sell their products by singing during the peak moment when the housewives and restaurant owners are out to get the best products at the best prices. It is chaotic like all cities, and fun. This market represents the heart of the real Catania. Should you choose this tour led by our local expert, be prepared to also taste some street food, depending on what’s offered on that day, the guide will know. After our visit of the market the local guide will guide and show you the important sites in the area including the DUOMO and Municipal building and much more. Catania is also a wonderful opportunity for those that love to shop. By 1:00 pm the city will shut down and everything closes due to the heat and siesta, have a light lunch somewhere or an ice cream sandwich, typical of Catania, we leave after lunch and make our way back to Taormina VIA Riviera of the Cyclops to see the fantastic views and lava flows around the hips of Mount. Language Available: English    
Visit the beautiful region of Chianti with us and immerse yourselves in the picturesque Tuscan scenery that you have always imagined. The beautiful ruby-red colour and the characteristic bouquet with scents of violet are the special features that reveal the identity of one of the most famous wines in the world: Chianti. This wine results from the wise blend of Sangiovese, Canaiolo, Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon grapes, and originates from the hilly area from which it draws its name. We will lead you to the discovery of the breathtaking, uncontaminated landscapes that have been cradling the Chianti vineyards for centuries, presenting you a harmony of colours that can only be found in the hills of this region. The sounds, scents and flavours of this land will capture your senses through a unique experience that you will live, relish and comprehend by visiting ancient churches, medieval castles and small villages where the rhythm of life remains unaltered over time. The tour continues with a visit to a charming wine estate where you will take part in a guided tour of the wine cellars in order to gain insight into the various stages of wine production and in a tasting of the various wines that the winery produces, paired with samples of sliced cured meats, bruschetta and salami. During the tour you will see the characteristic fortress of Monteriggioni. There you will find some shops specialized in typical Tuscan products, as well as elegant cafés where you can stop and enjoy a coffee or a gelato. Subsequently, the tour includes a second tasting of olive oil and wine in another local winery.
After pick up at your hotel (in selected hotels in central Rome) or at Meeting Point, you will reach the Archeological Area with no stress, ready to get the most complete tour of the Colosseum, Roman Forum and Palatine Hill. Access the Palatine hill with no line and discover the hill where Rome was founded at the beginning. Then reach the Colosseum and be amazed by this monument that is the symbol of Rome in the world. The Amphitheater created to entertain ancient Roman citizens with bloody shows of gladiators, animals and cruel games, is now one of the most fascinating landmark of the City. Then, walk on the original path of ancient Rome along the Via Sacra and see the Temples of Vesta, Antonino and Faustina, the ancient Basilica Julia and Aemilia and dream about the glorious past of the Roman Empire. Unforgettable!!!
What if returning from Italy you could show your family and friends, not only pictures, but your cooking skills too? Wouldn’t be great to impress them with a typical Italian meal you cooked yourself? Join our professional cooking class! You will gain unique techniques and the best tips to make a perfect Italian meal! The class will start with a visit to the market: our Italian chef will help you choose the best ingredients. Once you got everything you need you’ll reach by our minivan the cooking school where you’ll start to prepare the meal. During the four hour lesson, you will prepare a full Italian meal, from appetizer to dessert. We will first prepare all the needed ingredients by washing and cutting them. Our chef will show you how to make fresh pasta from the row ingredients and you will have the chance to knead it yourself! You will also cook the sauce (Tomato, Ragù Bolognese or Pesto), ‘bruschetta’ as a starter, a main course, as well as a dessert! Our chef will show you how to decorate your plate and you will finally have lunch with the amazing dishes you made. Lunch will be accompanied by a local wine, water or soft drink as you prefer. At the end of the class you will also get a Graduation Certificate signed by the chef, as well as the recipes for the dishes you made, in order for you to try them again back home. At the end you will be driven back to the departure place in the center of Florence.
Get on board! Enjoy a relaxing panoramic tour of Rome by motor coach and discover the magical charm of the most famous monuments illuminated at night. It’s a special way to see these important monuments under another light.
The countryside around Florence is full of surprises: antique villas, churches, monasteries, magnificent hills planted with olive trees and vineyards, breathtaking views. In these places the greatest Florentine master artists and scientists lived and worked: Michelangelo worked on the fortifications of San Miniato, Leonardo da Vinci painted the “Annunciation” now in the Uffizi Gallery, Galileo Galilei, the first modern scientist, lived in the Villa dell’Ombrellino and Villa Il Gioiello. Enrico Fermi, father of nuclear physics together with Albert Einstein, worked in the Astronomical Observatory of Arcetri placed on the homonymous hill. Our new electric bicycle and an experienced guide will allow you to discover the beauty of these places in comfort, without effort, under the shade of old cypress trees, where the air is clean and the time has stopped.
Don’t miss the chance to enter into the Sistine Chapel as a VIP! With our privileged access to the Sistine Chapel, 15 minutes before other tour groups and 1 hour and 15 minutes before the general public, you’ll have the chance to admire Michelangelo’s masterpiece with a few other lucky people. After this incredible exclusive experience, with the map of the Museums and your exhaustive pre-recorded audio-guide in 10 languages, you’ll be free to explore the entire Vatican Museum at your own pace. This special tour includes the DVD “Art and Faith” with a full description of Vatican City. This is the real opportu nity to save lots of time really enjoying the Vatican Museums with few other lucky people. If you really want to see the SistineChapel in an intimate and awesome atmosphere you just can’t miss this tour!
One of the most picturesque towns on the Amalfi Coast, Positano has charmed visitors for decades with its precariously-perched pastel houses, its spectacular setting on the seaside and the best clothing boutiques. If you love shopping, you’ll love Positano. Departure from your hotel or meeting point to travel along the Amalfi Coastal Road with its superb scenery overlooking the Mediterranean sea where the road twists and turns its way towards Positano. Thanks to an exclusive mini-van, you’ll have the chance to get down to the heart of this enchanting village to have some free time at your disposal to shop or explore the narrow streets as you make your way down towards the seafront. Please note: Morning departure only. A minimum number of 6/8 participants is required.
From EUR 25
A day amid art, culture, wine and delicious food. Do you fancy an unforgettable experience in the most impressive places in Tuscany? Join us and visit wonderful cities, taste the best wines, cheeses and typical products in one single day. The tour begins with a visit of a cellar in Montalcino where you will taste a sampling of wines produced with a delicious snack consisting of local products. In the afternoon, one of our brilliant tour leaders will show you around Montalcino, where you will visit the typical village and its fortress. Then you will visit Pienza and Montepulciano, two artistic jewels, representing the landscape of Val d’Orcia. Pienza is a perfect combination of architectural beauty and harmony. Most of the numerous lanes bearing impressive names overlook the breathtaking landscape of Val d’Orcia. Unique tastes, smells and flavours support this natural and artistic heritage. Pienza’s most renowned tradition is in fact the typical Pecorino cheese. The tour ends with the visit to Montepulciano where the stateliness of its Renaissance buildings and the refined beauty of its churches intertwined with the ancient tradition of its wine, Nobile di Montepulciano, symbol of the city as well as delight of your palate. You will taste it in a local winery.
What better way to start the week? Our grand volcano, known as Mount Etna, also known as the mother. Mount Etna is the largest active volcano in Europe, measuring 3350 meters, a UNESCO site, she lets herself be heard. We ascend the southeastern side of the volcano and reach the Silvester Craters which are at approx. 2,000 meters where the road ends. From there it is your choice to proceed or not. Should you choose to proceed to the summit you can purchase a ticket that will take you up to the craters, first by cable car than by off-road jeep like vehicles and with professional guidance thanks to the presence of our licensed volcanologists. Stop to enjoy the activity of our volcano in the safety zones. Should you choose not to reach the summit it is still a fabulous experience even at 2000 meters. The vast territory of the volcano allows you to have a better idea of volcanos and how important they are for our planet. We strongly recommend warm clothing and closed suitable shoes. Language Available: English  
In the last 30 years Mount Etna has become quite well known due to the spectacular territory that the volcano offers. This tour is above all for wine lovers and for those that wish to become wine lovers. The northwestern side of our volcano hosts today approx. 150 wineries. We would like to present a winery that produces a selection of wines by not using only using local grapes such as Barbazalle, Grillo, but also other grapes such as Syrah arriving from faraway lands. These new and old grapes have found a home on our volcano enjoying the new terroirs and becoming fine wines. Please join us and discover this oasis called COTTANERA Winery. Cottanera is a small winery that does not produce hundreds of thousands of bottles of wine, but rather a smaller more refined wine. The winery is found in the Alcantara Valley area also known as Castiglione. We will ascend the northern slopes of the volcano and reach the 2,000-meter area, we will be forced to stop, the road was devoured by the intense lava flow of 2001/2002. This lava flow was so big thus destroying everything, the flow of the volcano was never cleared but, forgotten and abandoned. For this reason it is so unique, man has not intervened. Should you choose this tour it is not possible to reach the summit. None the less, the guide walks you through the lava flow and if you wish to hike up a bit you may. We then proceed to COTTANERA Winery, our host will accompany you for the wine tasting of 4 wines paired with local cheeses and their own production of Salami and other products. We will also visit the vineyards (weather permitting), the winery it self including the production area and much more. After visiting COTTANERA you will feel that you know more about wine and will also appreciate the value of our Volcano. We strongly recommend warm clothing and closed suitable shoes. Language Available: English   Please note: A minimum number of 6 partecipants is required.
The 54 th gallery of the Vatican Museums is the famed Sistine Chapel. Completed around 1483, the Sistine Chapel is arguably the most famous chapel in the world due to the artwork located within. Its walls made history thanks to frescoes like “The Last Judgement”, painted by Michelangelo. Not only does the Sistine Chapel hold some of the world’s most precious works of art, it is still used for religious purposes such as the Papal conclave - the process through which a new Pope is chosen. For all of these reasons the Chapel is the most crowed sectionof the Museums. Carrani is therefore proud to have in its portfolio of offers this special ticket which will allow you to enter the Chapel at a privileged time, before the other visitors are granted access to it. After admiring the Chapel as a VIP, you will have all day to explore the rest of the Museums at your own pace.
The Borghese Gallery houses a vast collection of sculptures and paintings made by the genius of masters such as Caravaggio, Bernini and Titian. After this amazing visit, you will be taken for an enchanting walk though the Borghese Gardens (Villa Borghese): this is one of the favourite parks for all Romans and it’s a real paradise in the heart of the Eternal City. The tour ends with a breathtaking view from atop the Pincio Terrace Language available: English
The film THE GODFATHER is a well-known classic movie that Francis Ford Coppola filmed in Sicily. The film was made due to a novel written by an author named Mario Puzzo. Many are convinced that the film was made in Corleone, near Palermo. Not so, the movie was made not far from Taormina, Savoca and Forza D'Agro were the towns chosen by Coppola. We would like to show you this area. The position that the towns have are quite dramatic, nestled up in the Nebrodi Mountains, these two towns seem to have remained still, standing in time, no progress. The faces you meet are the ones of the movie. Historically these 2 towns once represented part of the lushest and productive farming areas of the eastern coastline. There is a lot to be said not only of the film making but also of the history. Getting to the towns is a tour in itself. The tour is fun, short, it’s a half day, and close. You will have a local expert guide through both towns. Language Available: English    
Milan is one of the top fashion cities in the world but there is much more to see in this trendy, urban metropolis – it is also home to an incredible patrimony of art and culture which includes one of Leonardo DaVinci’s greatest masterpieces: the Last Supper.
Herculaneum was an ancient Roman town situated in the shadow of Mount Vesuvius, submerged under a torrent of mud and lava after Mount Vesuvius eruption in 79 AD. The buildings have been so well preserved that you can walk down the streets pretty much exactly as the Romans would have done over 2000 years ago! There are still original timbers in the buildings and clay pots stored as they would have been at the time of the eruption. Together with your guide, you’ll visit many of the most important sites, public baths with their well-preserved frescoes and mosaics, shops and the gymnasium. A tour of possibly one of the best preserved examples of a Roman residential town in the world, brought to life by the years of study and knowledge of our archaeologists. Please note: Entrance fee to Herculaneum not included. Take passports to obtain free or reduced admission where possible. Don’t forget your camera, comfortable footwear, water, sun protection and hat. Limited wheelchair and buggy access. Language available: English Please Note: For the Winter period: Minimum numbers apply. There is a possibility of cancellation after confirmation if there are not enough passengers to meet requirements. In the event of this occurring, you will be offered an alternative or full refund
From EUR 36
The famous Gelateria David is waiting to give you a magnificent experience making Italian Gelato! A fully fledged school, what the Gelateria David wants to offer its guests is a demonstration on the preparation of real craft ice cream. Mario, the owner, will explain what ingredients and what techniques to use to have a genuinely good finished product. At the end of the demonstration the participants will be invited to taste the produce of the moment and will also be able to choose from the various flavours of daily production in the exhibition window. Please note: Afternoon lesson. Language available: English
A chance to get your hands dirty using recipes handed down from generation to the next to prepare a wonderful gelato! It can happen only in one of the most famous Gelateria in Sorrento. Get all the ingredients ready to make your own handmade gelato choosing from 5/6 different flavours. After having received all the instructions, put the ingredients in the gelato machine and be ready to taste the result! You’ll be able to check the difference between the taste of the daily production and your handmade gelato and see what’s the best! Please note: A minimum number of 4 participants is required. Language available: English
La Scala Theatre is recognised as one of the leading opera theatres in the world. It hosts a Museum that houses a rich collection of costumes and musical instruments as well as a gallery of portraits and busts dedicated to the great musicians of the history.
Discover Lake Como in Italy’s beautiful Lake District, just a short distance from Milan. Nestled between the huge snow capped Alps that rise up from its shores, is fashionable lakeside town Como. Lake Como is the third largest lake in Europe and is surrounded by stunning alpine scenery and beautiful villages famed for their high quality silk production. On your cruise, admire the lakeside villas and keep an eye out for Villa d’Este at Cernobbio, a luxurious hotel set in tropical gardens. The mild Mediterranean climate ensures an abundance of exotic and rare plants thrive year round. Taking the funicular the town of Brunate, one of the most famous towns on the lake, you will enjoy a breathtaking view of lake and stop for a coffee or gelato. In the afternoon, return to beautiful Como to enjoy a guided walking tour.
Live the unforgettable experience of an exclusive evening with entertainment in one of the nightlife areas of the cosmopolitan Milan. You will be delighted by an exquisite 4-course Italian dinner and captivated by a live cabaret show. Marvel at the sleek and spectacular costumes. Dance the night away to the live DJ, and more. Take your seats for an evening to remember at the trendy and spectacular Maison Milano restaurant in central Milan. A VIP experience that you don’t want to miss! Maison Milano used to be a post office in the 20th century and was slowly transformed over the last century into an exclusive venue where you will enjoy a 4 course meal served daily at 21:00. Feast on regional Italian fare with the entertainment of a live burlesque show. NEW (I heard that this show changes every time so I went ahead and generalized it) Maison Milano offers a wide variety of shows throughout the week, including burlesque, live music, and DJ sets, making every evening different and surprising. The menu changes according to the topic of the evening. - Vegetarian meals are always available Small group, maximum 25 people
At the Pontificial State’s discretion, the audience might be celebrated in St. Peter’s Square or in the Nervi Hall. Experience an intense spiritual moment of emotions and reflections with people from all over the world assisting to the Papal Audience. Feel free to pray or just be part of one of the most popular and stunning traditions in the world. Absolutely not to be missed! Short panoramic tour crossing Via Nazionale, Piazza Venezia, Corso Vittorio, Corso Rinascimento, Lungotevere, drop off at Piazza dei Tribunali (located about 1 km from St. Peter’s Basilica). To reach theBasilica, the group will walk close to Castel Sant’Angelo and along Via della Conciliazione. Check-in at the square and enter after security checks.
Pisa is one of the most visited cities in Tuscany and it is famous for its Leaning Tower. The beautiful Piazza dei Miracoli is among the most beautiful monumental complexes in the world. The town's most prosperous period was undoubtedly the 12th century and this is witnessed by the urban shape of the old town centre with many buildings, squares and alleyways that run along the river Arno, which was for centuries the major communication route. It has always been an estuary town and was already an important naval base in Roman times intensifying trade in the Mediterranean. Pisa is also famous for one of the most prestigious higher learning institutions of Europe: the Scuola Normale Superiore. An authorised city guide will accompany you in the visit of the interior of the Cathedral and the exterior of the Leaning Tower and Monumental Cemetery. At the end of the tour you will also have free time to wander in the square and take plenty of pictures.
Learn how to make two of the most delicious Italian dishes: pizza and ‘gelato’. Meet our chef, learn the techniques and bring home the recipes to impress your family and friends. The tour starts in Florence via Martelli 33red, where after the check-in you’ll reach by our minivan the cooking school. The chef will start the class by introducing the history of these Italian wonderful creations briefly. After that you will learn how to make the original Italian pizza step by step: you will be taught the tricks for tender flexible yeast dough as well as for a tasteful, yet light, tomato sauce. Our chef will show you the right way to stretch the dough and you will have the chance to do it yourself. You will make your very own pizza: you will stretch it, sauce it and finally bake it. The result will surely be the best pizza you have ever tasted! After you have become familiar with pizza you will be taught the secrets to make Italian ‘gelato’: you will get to know the basic raw ingredients and how to select the best products. You will learn about the development and application of natural colours, the heating and freezing techniques and how they have different effects on ingredients. You will soon realize how easily you can make these delicious dishes on your own! At the end of the class you will also get a Graduation Certificate! At the end you will be driven back to the departure place in the center of Florence.
What about immerse yourself in a typical orange and lemon garden tree in the heart of Sorrento and have fun by making your own pizza? Enjoy a nice walk in Sorrento and then make your day different by joining us on a Pizza class at Cafè Latino, an intimate and distinct location on the main road. An expert chef will explain you how to knead the dough with the other ingredients, what’s the right oven temperature and you’ll be ready to become a real “pizzaiolo” for one day. Taste your homemade pizza and, if this is not your time to make a pizza to your friends once at home, do not worry! Our chef will have the pleasure to prepare it for you! Language available: English
Located in the relaxing landscape of Sorrento hills immersed in the countryside, the Restaurant Tirabusciò is the perfect location to enjoy a funny Pizza making session. You’ll be welcomed by the friendly’s staff hospitality and introduced to the pleasant atmosphere of the restaurant. After having worn your own apron and chef’s hat, you’ll experience how to make a really good pizza under the supervision of a professional “pizzaiolo” who’ll involve you in some funny acrobatics. You’ll taste your handmade pizza but also slices of different kind of authentic pizza! Choose to spend a different half day and take back home your new acquired Pizza making ability to share with your friends! Language available: English, German
From EUR 50
Following the eruption of the volcano Vesuvius in the year 79 A.D., Pompeii lay buried for hundreds of years.  The town is one of the most visited sites in the world and the excavations, begun in the 18th century, are still being carried out today.  Your local guide will take you back in time to explore the main features of the ancient city destroyed by the eruption of Vesuvius in 79 AD: the original Roman streets, ancient shops, the villas and baths with their fabulously preserved frescoes and mosaics and the centre of roman life - the Forum.  Even if your interests do not lie in history, this archeological site cannot fail to impress you.  Please note: Entrance fee to Pompeii not included. Take passport to obtain free or reduced admission where possible. Don’t forget your camera, comfortable footwear, water, sun protection and hat. Limited wheelchair and buggy access. Language available: English, Spanish (Tuesday in the summer season) Please Note: For the Winter period: Minimum numbers apply. There is a possibility of cancellation after confirmation if there are not enough passengers to meet requirements. In the event of this occurring, you will be offered an alternative or full refund
From EUR 36
The beautiful bay of Naples is dominated by two important landmarks both connected by historical and cultural tradition: the archaeological site of Pompeii and Mount Vesuvius. The mountain was once cone shaped, much higher, and the slopes covered in woodland and vineyards providing an innocent backdrop to the town below until the eruption of 79 AD. The coach will take you up 1000 meters and from there you can take a footpath to the top (approx. 25 min) and admire the splendid views across the bay and look deep into the blackened crater. Following the eruption of the volcano, Pompeii lay buried for hundreds of years. The town is one of the most visited sites in the world. Your local guide will walk you along the original Roman streets to see the ancient shops and bars and marvel at the fabulously preserved frescoes and mosaics which adorned the walls and floors of the villas and baths and visit the Forum, the hearth of religious, commercial and judicial Roman life. Even if your interests do not lie in history, this is an archeological site which cannot fail to impress. Please note: Entrance fees to Pompeii and Vesuvius not included. Take passport to obtain free or reduced admission where possible. Don’t forget your camera, comfortable footwear, water, sun protection and hat. Limited wheelchair and buggy access. The order of the visits may vary.  Language available: English, German (Thursday in the summer period) Please Note: For the Winter period: Minimum numbers apply. There is a possibility of cancellation after confirmation if there are not enough passengers to meet requirements. In the event of this occurring, you will be offered an alternative or full refund
From EUR 47
- SMALL GROUP TOUR - The beautiful bay of Naples is dominated by two important landmarks both connected by historical and cultural tradition: the archaeological site of Pompeii and Mount Vesuvius. The mountain was once cone shaped, much higher, and the slopes covered in woodland and vineyards providing an innocent backdrop to the town below until the eruption of 79 AD. The coach will take you up 1000 meters and from there you can take a footpath to the top (approx. 25 min) and admire the splendid views across the bay and look deep into the blackened crater. Following the eruption of the volcano, Pompeii lay buried for hundreds of years. The town is one of the most visited sites in the world. Your local guide will walk you along the original Roman streets to see the ancient shops and bars and marvel at the fabulously preserved frescoes and mosaics which adorned the walls and floors of the villas and baths and visit the Forum, the hearth of religious, commercial and judicial Roman life. Even if your interests do not lie in history, this is an archeological site which cannot fail to impress. Please note: Entrance fees to Pompeii and Vesuvius not included. Take passport to obtain free or reduced admission where possible. Don’t forget your camera, comfortable footwear, water, sun protection and hat. Limited wheelchair and buggy access. The order of the visits may vary.  Language available: English, German (Thursday in the summer period) Please Note: For the Winter period: Minimum numbers apply. There is a possibility of cancellation after confirmation if there are not enough passengers to meet requirements. In the event of this occurring, you will be offered an alternative or full refund
From EUR 60
Visit of Pompeii and Vesuvius with the below facilities: -Entrance tickets to the sites included -priority queue at the archaeological sites -get the ticket voucher
From EUR 82
The village of San Gimignano, the Chianti area and the Medieval town of Siena are situated in the heart of our beautiful Tuscany. They are all compelling stops for those who want to learn about the region’s history and traditions. Meet our staff in Florence and from there you’ll depart. The first stop will be San Gimignano, a magnificent example of a Medieval urban town; in fact it is a UNESCO world heritage site. Here you will have free time to visit the village and its splendid squares, palaces, churches and the magnificent towers. The tour continues to the splendid area of the Chianti Classico. We will stop by a typical Tuscan winery where you will visit the cellars and vineyards. Afterwards you will taste the wine produced, which will be accompanied by a delicious Tuscan lunch consisting of typical food such as pasta, cured meats, cheeses and local pastries. In the afternoon the tour continues with sightseeing in Siena. Here our official guides will lead our tour to the city centre. You will have the chance to admire the magnificent Cathedral and the Town Hall in the Piazza del Campo, scenery of the world famous Palio horse race. The tour will end with the visit to the marvellous Monteriggioni medieval fortress and then start your ride back to Florence where the tour will end.
Explore some of the most famous sites of Florence’s ancient culture while learning about the mysteries of its past. We’ll take a look at the ancient center of the city, where some of the most interesting secrets are kept. Around the Baptistery, Duomo, and Cathedral, all of which are decorated with elaborate facades and marble panels, you’ll learn about the “Miracle of the Flowering Tree” and the “Bull and the Baker.” Afterwards we will walk near Dante’s home and discuss the infamous Church of Dante and Beatrice. We will then stop and see Palazzo Vecchio, famous for its civil architecture, the location of the guilds, and the Medici family political court. While in Piazza della Signoria, you will see an open-air museum consisting of many statues including the copy of Michelangelo’s David, as well as many other noteworthy works, including the often unseen Profile carved by Michelangelo. You will then walk through the wings of the Uffizi Gallery. Following the Arno River, you will walk towards Ponte Vecchio, famous for its gold jewelry shops. The tour ends in front of Palazzo Pitti. Before the conclusion of the tour, you will have discovered much more than you ever imagined while visiting Florence.
Are you a dynamic person? Are you looking for new ways to see a city in a fast and fun way? Perfect! You are the right person who can live a unique experience by our Segway Tour. Our tour will starts with a little training session where our guide will teach you how easy it is to drive the segway. After training session the guide will brings you to discover the beauties and curiosities by the typical streets of the center of Florence. In only 3 hours you will have the opportunity to visit and photograph the birthplace of the Renaissance and its artists and all "The Best of Florence", the Duomo, Repubblica Square, Signoria Square, Ponte Vecchio and much more…guaranteed fun by the staff!
Find the secret to Italian Style! La Reggia Designer Outlet, part of McArthurGlen Group, is an essential stop on your trip to Sorrento, here you can find your favourite labels with price reductions from 35% to 70%, all year round. Conveniently located adjacent to the A1 motorway that links Naples to Rome, La Reggia Designer Outlet is easy to reach from Naples, Pompeii, Sorrento and the Amalfi Coast. It offers a wide range of stores: iconic fashion brands like Gucci, Prada, Armani, Michael Kors, Roberto Cavalli and Versace, athletic labels like Nike, Reebok and Adidas or excellence of Neapolitan tailoring such as Kiton and Isaia and many others high-street favourites like Hugo Boss, Polo Ralph Lauren, Guess, Levi's and Timberland. La Reggia Designer Outlet offers something for everyone! With its architecture, cafes and restaurants, children's play area and more than 140 boutiques, it is the ideal place to enjoy relax and shopping. Please note: A minimum number of 6/8 participants is required.
For those you that are here on our island for the first time it’s important to visit the city of Siracusa which is the oldest of the GREEK colonies built in Sicily, after Naxos. Siracusa was the capital of the Greek Sicily. At its peak moment it vouched a population of 350,000 inhabitants, making Siracusa the 3rd largest city of the Mediterranean of that time. Our local expert will guide you through the history and the downfall of this magnificent city showing you the most important sections still standing. Our tour begins at the Archeological park of Neapolis in the city. We will see the theater, quarries, Ear of Dionisius, and also the Roman Amphitheater. The tour is divided in two parts, after visiting  the park we then move to the other part of the city which is the oldest part. ORTIGIA, our local guide will take you through the winding hidden side streets and show you the real Siracusa ending at the stunning Piazza DUOMO, those that wish to visit the inside of the Duomo will be guided through it with our guide Language Available: English      
A perfect occasion to taste, learn and experience the secrets of the Italian culinary lifestyle in an extraordinary spot. Our chefs will welcome you with a drink, introducing you to the preparation of the recipes of the day of the Neapolitan cuisine in one of the most beautiful places of the Sorrento Coast. This tasty experience, which includes old fashioned mixed with a creative touch that enhances typical products at “0 km” (harvested directly from the garden), takes place in a familiar and convivial atmosphere. At the end of the class, you will gather around a typical familiar table and enjoy the dishes prepared. Please note: Not recommended for children under 8 years old. Language available: English, Spanish, German
From EUR 85
Discover Sorrento’s beauty in a suggestive walk under the trellises along the path and the wonderful aroma of the lemons touching your senses! The tour involves the visit of a local farm where the cultivation and the transformation of the lemons take place. You’ll be welcomed by a good lemonade refreshing you after the walk and immediately taking you into the suggestive atmosphere of the lemon groves. You’ll be able to see the farmhands at work, either collecting lemons or preparing new trees. Glimpse into the traditional life of our hills with a final tasting moment: bruschetta with olive oil, bites of local products and the unmissable limoncello.   Please note: Don’t forget your camera, comfortable footwear, water, sun protection and hat. The tour involves long walking. Afternoon departure. Language available: English Please Note: For the Winter period: Minimum numbers apply. There is a possibility of cancellation after confirmation if there are not enough passengers to meet requirements. In the event of this occurring, you will be offered an alternative or full refund
From EUR 40
Celebrate your evening with an unforgettable show whose main theme is represented by the “Tarantella”, a typical dance of the Southern regions with origins in some undefined bygone period. The Sorrento Musical tells about the daily life of the Southerners in different scenes. The show is not just a revue of traditional songs and dance from the last two centuries: it’s a faithful reconstruction of workday events and festive occasions on the Sorrento Peninsula during ancient times in a 75 min performance with professional dancers, singers and musicians incorporating all the famous old songs from the Neapolitan tradition. You’ll be caught by the hypnotism liberated from the music with songs that represent the memory of time gone and witness the richness of local cultural origins, characters and dancers all dressed for the occasion who dance joyfully with the public creating a magic atmosphere.   
From EUR 25
Have the highlights of Rome in your hands! We will pick you up at your hotel and will take you to visit the marvellous Trevi Fountain, enjoying a nice walk through the streets of the capital. Then you will see the Pantheon (visit outside) and Navona Square. Our tour will end at St. Peter’s Square where you will take part to the Pope’s Blessing.
Do not lose the chance to swim and enjoy a drink at sunset while looking out from the boat at the remains of the ancient Roman Villa Pollio Felice. On the promontory of Capo di Sorrento stands the ruins of a majestic seaside villa of the Roman I century B.C, nowadays better known as "The Regina Giovanna baths", occupying an area of two acres, whose architecture blends with the beauty of the landscape. The villa was reached by both land and sea and the resident activities, quoted in numerous works of Strabo, Pliny and Horace included fishing for crustaceans and molluscs growing lemons and producing oil and wine. Transfer from your hotel or meeting point to the port to board your boat towards Punta del Capo along the Sorrento Peninsula, where you’ll stop in front of Villa Pollio Felice to have some free time to swim and enjoy an aperitif and appetizers at sunset. Return to the port. Please note: The skipper is your guide. Don’t forget your camera, flip flops, swimwear and towels. Maximum 12 people on board. All boats are equipped with wi-fi, stereo, first aid kit and legal insurance. Departure from Massa Lubrense port. Language available: English, Italian, Spanish
From EUR 65
Experience the best of Milan with the Milan Pass, an easy-to-use city pass valid for 48 hours. Enjoy free admission to eight top city attractions including the terraces of Milan Duomo and Leonardo da Vinci’s ‘The Last Supper’ mural painting (subject to availability). Use your map and guidebook to sightsee independently, enjoy discounts on tours and activities, and make use of vouchers for select shops and restaurants. Your standard Milan Pass includes a hop-on hop-off tour or free public transport, plus you can upgrade to include both options plus an airport transfer service, if you wish.
From EUR 70
The Path of the Gods, set in a stunning natural beauty, is a must to see at least for who wants deeply dig into the marvel of the Amalfi Coast. From the Path of the Gods is possible to admire one of the most striking panoramas on Earth: admire one of the most striking panoramas on Earth: halfway up the hill the path crosses cliffs and precipices of the Amalfi Coast, from Bomerano to Nocelle, cliffs and precipices of the Amalfi Coast. Beside the path you can find caves and terraces dropping from the cliffs to the sea and deep valleys. Meet your guide in central Sorrento to reach Nocelle and immerse yourself in this amazing experience!         Please note: Don’t forget your camera, comfortable footwear, water, sun protection and hat. The tour involves long walking. Language available: English Please Note: For the Winter period: Minimum numbers apply. There is a possibility of cancellation after confirmation if there are not enough passengers to meet requirements. In the event of this occurring, you will be offered an alternative or full refund
From EUR 55
The first part of the tour starts at Office in Via Martelli 33red where after the check-in you’ll walk to the Accademia Gallery with our guide that will introduce you the city and main sights. Inside the Accademia Gallery you will learn why the David is the most recognizable symbol of Florence and what it used to represent in his time. How did the genius of Michelangelo meet the challenge of extracting the pathos of a being and fixing it forever in time in the Pietà, or the famous Prisoners who still seem to struggle free from their marble blocks? You will have the answers to all your questions. Get the chance to have a close encounter with timeless works of art and get the inside story of the life and times of this consummate artist. After the guided tour you will have around 1 hour of free time to wander around on your own to have lunch (not included). The second part of the tour starts in the early afternoon from My Tour Office in Via Martelli 33red at 1:30 pm with the walking tour in which you will enjoy an excellent and complete introductory tour dedicated to those who want to know all the facts and secrets of two thousand years of Florentine history, from the city’s Roman origins to a 15th century palace, from the Ponte Vecchio, through the famous Uffizi courtyard, to the wonders of the architecture of Brunelleschi’s Dome which overlooks the Baptistery's golden ‘Gates of Paradise’. After the walking tour you will visit one of the most famous museums in the world: the Uffizi Gallery. Your knowledgeable guide will explain the works of the greatest artists from the Middle Ages. You will recognize original world-famous paintings you have seen in books, magazines, and on TV close-ups. You will learn about the secrets of the artist's’ craft, techniques and tools. Looking at the most famous artworks of the period, you will be able to understand why Florence was the birthplace of the Renaissance. The tour ends in the Uffizi Gallery where you will have the chance to stay longer in the Gallery and wander around by your own.
Would you like to see the best and most beautiful areas in Tuscany in one memorable day? Join our tour and spend a magical day, made even more delightful by a traditional Tuscan lunch. The excursion begins in Florence where our bus will be waiting for you. You’ll first visit Siena the city of the “Palio Horse Race”. Here you’ll get an guided walking tour to admire the main attractions of the historical center, highlighting important monuments, buildings but also traditions and anecdotes. You will visit Piazza del Campo (where the Palio di Siena horse race is held), and Piazza del Duomo, where you will see the exterior of the magnificent Cathedral. After you’ll have free time to explore the city on your own. Then the tour continues with the visit of a winery where you’ll have a wine tastings and a typical Tuscan lunch. After, the wonders continue with a visit to San Gimignano, the splendid Medieval town declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site due to its amazing Towers, narrow roads and typical shops. Then, following the panoramic roads the group will reach Pisa and its stunning Piazza dei Miracoli, where you will admire the Baptistery, the Cathedral and, of course, the famous Leaning Tower. Take the iconic photos and after some free time you will be driven back to Florence where the tour will end.
The tour starts at Office in Via Martelli 33red where after the check-in you’ll walk to the Uffizi Gallery passing through the Duomo with our expert guide that will introduce you the city and the main sights. Once inside the Uffizi Gallery you’ll start the visit to one of the most famous museums in the world, housed in the former “uffizi” or “offices” of the Medici Family. Your knowledgeable guide will tell you about the works of the greatest artists from the Middle Ages to the Renaissance: Cimabue, Giotto, Botticelli, Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo, Raphael, Titian, and many more. You will recognize original world-famous paintings you have seen in books, magazines, and on TV close-ups. You will learn about the secrets of the artist's’ craft, techniques and tools. Looking at the most famous artworks of the period, you will be able to understand why Florence was the birthplace of the Renaissance. Personalize your museum experience. There is no need to rush off at the end of the tour. You may stay inside the museum until closing time.
Discover the masterpieces of Rome on this self-guided tour of the Vatican Museums & Sistine Chapel. Avoid the crowds standing in line and take advantage of our exclusive fast-track entrance as Official Partners of the Vatican Museums. Once inside, explore the wonders of one of the world’s biggest art collection at your own pace. With their fifty-four galleries, including four statue museums (Museo Pio-Clementino, Museo Chiaramonti, Museo Gregoriano Etrusco and the Museo Gregoriano Egiziano), these museums are home to some of the most famous works of art in the world, featuring artists like Leonardo Da Vinci, Michelangelo, Caravaggio, Raphael and Giotto, to name a few.
Take a tour of the Vatican Museums and the Sistine Chapel, jumping the lines! After the pick-up service at your hotel (in selected hotels in central Rome), you will reach the Vatican area with no stress! Upon arrival, your guide will lead you into the museums, where you will visit one of the most important art collections in the world! Admire the Gallery of Tapestries, the Geographical Maps, the beautiful Raphael’s rooms before arriving at the famous Sistine Chapel and the unforgettable Basilica! After the Sistine Chapel you will be taken, through an exclusive access to St. Peter’s Basilica, skipping long lines.
Venice really needs no introduction. The watery city, home to gondoliers in stripy jerseys singing in front of the Bridge of Sighs, has been a fabled holiday destination for centuries. Whether it’s beautifully sunny or covered in a white vale of fog, the city is magical, charming and romantic. If your time in Italy is short, this tour is the perfect way to add the fairy-tale city of Venice to your Italian itinerary. Your full day tour includes a boat trip along the Venice lagoon as well as a walking tour of the city. Experience the beauty and glory of Venice, with its gondolas, exotic architecture and puzzling canals. On this day trip, Venice is yours to discover by boat and on foot. While in Venice you’ll enjoy a boat trip across the Venice lagoon and take a two-hour guided walking tour where you will uncover the most significant buildings and monuments, untying the labyrinth of canals and narrow alleys until you arrive at the magnificent St. Mark’s Square. After sipping espresso in the first cafe in Europe, the afternoon is yours to explore the maze of medieval lane ways and have a spot of lunch. Why not take a romantic gondola ride or visit the impressive glass factory before transferring by boat and coach back to Milan.
Take a day trip from Milan to discover the beautiful town of Verona, the famous setting of Shakespeare’s ‘Romeo and Juliet’ and the unmissable Sirmione, a stunning lakeside town on Lake Garda where ancient roman ruins meet the crystal blue shores. Verona is a beautiful and romantic city, a prosperous medieval town in its own and also a popular tourist destination. Step back into Shakespearean times and call for your Romeo from Juliet’s balcony or visit the exceptionally preserved ancient Roman Arena where during the summer concerts and operas are still performed. You will also have free time to explore the narrow medieval streets and the renaissance palace that make up Verona’s historic centre. The stunning lakeside towns around Lake Garda have fascinated visitors for centuries. The first people to fall in love with the area were the Romans, who made it a luxurious summer destination; and in Sirmione you can visit ruins and mosaics that mark their presence. Sirmione, which lies between the blue waters of Lake Garda and green olive trees, is undoubtedly one of the most romantic places on earth and its beauty has been praised by Roman poet Catullus since the early days. Visit the narrow medieval streets that burst with colour, the moated castle, Rocca Scaligera or take a wander through the towns most striking attraction, the grand Roman villa. Here you can admire the ruined walls and archaeological delights, including a charming carving of rabbits in the small museum.
Visit the only active volcano on mainland Europe that dominates the bay of Naples! Mount Vesuvius is best known for its eruption in   79 AD that led to the burying and destruction of the Roman cities of Pompeii and Herculaneum. It’s estimated that thousands of Romans lost their lives during the eruption while the volcano was turning the idyllic, overgrown landscape into sand and ashes within hours. It was exactly this ash which preserved and protected the vibrant city of Pompeii situated at the volcano’s feet until future archaeologists unearthed this snapshot in time. The drive will take you up Mount Vesuvius to 1000 meters from where, if you wish, you can walk up to the crater and meet an authorized Alpine guide who will be at your disposal for any questions. Please note: Entrance fee to Vesuvius not included. Don’t forget your camera, comfortable footwear, water, sun protection and hat. Limited wheelchair and buggy access. Language available: English
From EUR 32
The tour starts in the early afternoon from Office in Via Martelli 33red where after the check-in you’ll enjoy an excellent and complete introductory tour dedicated to those who want to know all the facts and secrets of two thousand years of Florentine history, from the city’s Roman origins to a 15th century palace, from the Ponte Vecchio, through the famous Uffizi courtyard, to the wonders of the architecture of Brunelleschi’s Dome which overlooks the Baptistery golden ‘Gates of Paradise’. After the walking tour you will visit one of the most famous museums in the world: the Uffizi. Your knowledgeable guide will explain the works of the greatest artists from the Middle Ages to the Renaissance: Cimabue, Giotto, Botticelli, Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo, Raphael, Titian, and many more. You will recognize original world-famous paintings you have seen in books, magazines, and on TV close-ups. You will learn about the secrets of the artist's’ craft, techniques and tools. Looking at the most famous artworks ofthe period, you will be able to understand why Florence was the birthplace of the Renaissance. Personalize your museum experience. There is no need to rush off at the end of the tour. You may stay inside the museum until closing time.