Full day in Italy

A trip around the most important historical and cultural cities of Italy, a few km from Rome like Florence, Pisa, Assisi, Orvieto, Naples, Pompei and Amalfi coast.



During the journey, admire the landscapes of vineyard-covered hills and olive groves surrounding the Tevere River that make up this famously beautiful region of Italy. When you arrive in Florence, your first destination is the Accademia Gallery, best known for housing Michelangelo’s David sculpture.

Next, exit the gallery and take a walking tour of the city to check out major sights such as the Florence Duomo Fillipo Brunelleschi, and Giotto’s Bell Tower.

Visit a local restaurant near Piazza della Signoria for a typical Florentine lunch, and then continue your walking tour to Basilica di Santa Croce, where Michelangelo is buried. When your time in Florence comes to an end, return to your car for the drive back to Rome, where your day trip concludes.

Price - 500€ auto / 520€ van


From Florence you can go to Pisa , famous throughout the world for its famous Leaning Tower in the Square of Miracles Piazza dei Miracoli! In fact, the Square of Miracles is home to many of the city’s most beautiful attractions.

The famous Leaning Tower rises directly behind the cathedral, in the middle of a large extension of green grass. Start your visit at the Cathedral of Pisa, with its marble facade, adorned by columns and statues; then visit the Baptistery, both indoors and out.

Then, walk to the top of the Leaning Tower and finish your visit in the Monumental Cemetery, inside which you can visit a collection of ancient Roman sarcophaguses and frescoes of the Master of the Triumph of Death.

Price - 500€ auto / 520€ van


Orvieto is a hill town that is known for its long history dating back to the Etruscans. Explore town on foot, passing by many churches, particularly Orvieto Cathedral, a Gothic structure that dates back to the late 1200s. Back on your car, continue across the rolling landscapes toward Lake Trasimeno.

Then head to Assisi, a World Heritage–listed town famed for being the birthplace of St Francis of Assisi.

You’ll also learn about Assisi’s other hometown saint, St Clare, one of St Francis’ followers. Visit both the Convent of Santa Chiara, named for her, and the Basilica di San Francesco, dedicated to St Francis, plus see other Assisi sights like Piazza del Comune, Palazzo del Capitano del Popolo, the town hall and the Roman Temple of Minerva.

Price - 380€ auto / 410€ van

Naples / Pompei

Hear how the city lay buried under a sea of volcanic ash from Mt Vesuvius as you admire the excavations of monuments such as the 5,000-seater Teatro Grande, after you can stay there for lunch at a local restaurant, and then. arrive in the Campania capital of Naples, take in views of the coast as you pass along the road from Mergellina Port to the fishing district of Santa Lucia.

Then, stretch your legs with a photo stop by the medieval seaside fort of Castel dell’Ovo. Work your way into Naples’ historic center for a look at Piazza del Plebiscito and its fine collection of monuments. Hear snippets of history about Naples Royal Palace (aka Palacio Real), the three Bourbon palaces and the Basilica of San Francesco di Paola — a church with attention-grabbing colonnades.

Price - 450€ auto / 480€ van

Amalfi coast

The main piazza of Sorrento, Piazza Tasso, takes it name from the poet Torquato Tasso who was born there in 1544. Enjoy lunch at one of the numerous restaurants or pizzerias or sit at one of the lovely cafés on the piazza and drink a good Italian coffee while you people watch and enjoy the fresh sea air.

Since Sorrento is small it is very manageable on foot. Stroll down the lanes of the old city center and experience the lively Via San Cesareo – the beating heart of the town with it’s many colorful shops and tourists from all over the world. Sorrento is famous for the production of limoncello: an alcoholic digestive made from lemon rinds, alcohol, water and sugar.

Price - 500€ auto / 520€ van

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