Italian Tours and Attractions
You'll enjoy personalized attention from your professional guide on this gourmet walking tour.
You'll visit a traditional bakery, followed by a pasta maker where you'll learn about the production of Tortellini and Tagliatelle.
Continue to Beccari's salsamenteria to discover the history of mortadella,
from the third century BC right up until modern times.
Florence Tours - Shop, taste wine, chocolates and cheese or take a photography tour of Florence.
Florence Art and Culture Tours - Combine a walking tour of Florence with a guided visit to the Accademia Gallery to see Michelangelo's famous statue of David.
Take a small group walking tour of Florence and visit the Accademia Gallery afterwards, to see Michelangelo's famous statue of David.
Numbers are limited to a maximum of 20 people ensuring you'll receive personalized attention and audio headsets guarantee that you'll hear the guide clearly. And by booking ahead, you won't waste any time waiting in line at the Accademia Gallery.
Delve into the historic center of Florence on a three hour walking tour including the Ponte Vecchio, the Duomo, Uffizi Square, the leather market and Accademia Gallery. Your local guide will identify architecture from the Middle Ages and Renaissance eras as you stroll the timeless streets of Florence.
Visit the former Ancient Forum, now Piazza della Repubblica and a popular meeting place for writers and artists. Glance Ghilberti's Baptistry Doors, known as the 'Gates of Paradise' and be sure to rub the nose of legendary il Porcellino' the boar, so that you may one day return again to Florence.
Guarantee your visit to see one of the most famous artworks in the world, da Vinci's 'Last Supper'. Reservations to see Leonardo's 'Last Supper' are limited and sell out quickly, sometimes months in advance.
Choose this best-selling tour and be guaranteed advance booking and entrance tickets. Plus you'll take a half-day tour of the impressive city of Milan.
The Last Supper, Leonardo da Vinci's masterpiece, is housed at Santa Maria delle Grazie in Milan, and has earned a spot on the UNESCO World Heritage List. The famous fresco has enjoyed increased popularity since the publication of Dan Brown's bestselling novel, The Da Vinci Code.
But there's plenty more to Milan than Leonardo's famous fresco. Your half-day tour of Milan includes a walking tour introducing you to this stylish Italian city. Milan is the fashion world's design capital and rivals Paris as a leading fashion center. Shopping here takes on an almost religious significance! Theater and cinema also flourish in this fashionable city, as does a hopping club scene and tempting restaurants and cafes where Verdi and other famous composers dined.
Explore scenic Lake Como in Italy's beautiful Lake District on a day trip from Milan. The fashionable lakeside town of Como is just a short drive from Milan, surrounded by snowcapped mountains.
After spending time shopping and dining in Como, you'll take a two-hour panoramic cruise on Lake Como to the enchanting village of Bellagio.
Lake Como is the third largest lake in Italy, after Lake Garda and Lake Verbano, and is ringed with scenic towns. On your cruise, admire the splendid lakeside villas and keep an eye out for Villa d'Este at Cernobbio, a luxurious hotel complete with tropical gardens. The mild Mediterranean climate ensures an abundance of exotic and rare plants thrive year round.
Bookings are essential if you'd like to attend a Papal Audience with Pope Benedict XVI at the Vatican. Tickets are limited and you must have a confirmed reservation to attend. Book ahead and you won't waste precious vacation time in Rome.
The audience takes place in either St Peter's Square, St Peter's Basilica or the Audience Hall, depending on seasonal conditions and the number of pilgrims visiting on each particular day. Your guide will provide details of when and where to meet the bus at the end of the Papal Audience.
You'll begin this special day with a relaxing coach tour across Rome. Your city tour includes a live commentary and offers a brief introduction to Rome as you travel by bus to the Vatican City.
Highlights en route include Piazza della Repubblica, following the ancient Aurelian Walls, the famous Villa Borghese gardens and the northern gate of Rome leading into Piazza del Popolo, where you will glimpse an Egyptian obelisk dating back to the time of Ramses II.
Upon arrival at St Peter's Square you will pass the impressive Castel Sant'Angelo, the ancient tomb of Emperor Hadrian.
Explore the famous Amalfi Coast with your own driver to chauffeur you from town to town on this private full-day excursion from Naples. You'll discover Sorrento, Positano, Amalfi and Ravello, four of the most beautiful villages in the south of Italy.
A private visit to the Amalfi Coast is the perfect choice if you want to get a real taste of southern Italy and its exquisite coastal landscapes.
By taking a private tour, you have the option to spend as little or as much time as possible in the picturesque towns of Sorrento, Positano, Amalfi and Ravello, world-famous for their charm and colorful architecture.
The villages scattered along the Amalfi Coast have always attracted visitors, bewitching all who visit. The charm lies not only in the towns themselves but also in their history and rich legacy of fine churches, villas and monasteries.
If your time in Southern Italy is limited, take this quick and comprehensive tour to visit the haunting site of Pompeii. This three-hour tour from Naples shows you all the highlights of Pompeii, a destination not to be missed by any visitor to this region of Italy.
On a fateful summer's day in 79 A.D., Mt. Vesuvius erupted, spewing volcanic ash over the prosperous city of Pompeii. Unaware of the imminent danger, most people continued on with their daily lives and as a result the entire town and around 20,000 of its inhabitants were buried under tons of ash and pumice.
Almost 2,000 years later, you have the opportunity to explore the site of this famous disaster, the houses, streets and public buildings miraculously preserved by the volcanic ash.
Accompanied by your guide, you'll see such fascinating places such as the Forum, Thermal Baths, Lupanare brothel and Vetti's House with its beautiful frescoes.
Imagine cruising effortlessly past the Leaning Tower of Pisa while receiving a great orientation, great photo opportunities and superb personal service from your guide. Well dream no more and book your Pisa Segway Tour today.
The Segway is the first of its kind - a self-balancing, personal transportation device that's designed to operate in any pedestrian environment. Since their introduction, the Segway tours have regularly sold out. It's new, it's cool and loads of fun.
Following a brief how-to orientation session (approx. 30 minutes), you'll enjoy a small group city tour through Pisa's historic center and be the envy of all, as you and your Segway navigate the medieval streets of Pisa with relative ease.
Unravel Rome's secrets on the 'Angels and Demons' morning tour, inspired by the novel by Dan Brown. You'll take an incredible journey into the heart of the Eternal City to decode the secret messages of the Illuminati, one of the most influential secret societies in history.
Numbers are limited to a maximum of 25 people on this small group walking tour, ensuring you'll receive personalized attention from your guide.
Not just for fans of Dan Brown, this unique tour takes you to some of the most beautiful piazzas in Rome, as well as lesser known sites away from the tourist trail where pagan symbolism and Christianity intermingle.
Fueled by a shared passion for Rome, history and Dan Brown's famous novel Angels and Demons, your talented tour guide will take you to the enigmatic sights mentioned in the novel, and reveal so much more about the mesmerizing city of Rome. You'll discover a hidden passage unused for centuries, and learn the secrets of the Illuminati and the Four Altars of Science, representing the four elements of earth, air, fire and water.
As you search for the secrets scattered throughout Rome by the twin heads of the Illuminati, Bernini and Galileo, you'll visit some of Rome's most beautiful sites to breathe the air of intrigue, mystery and revelation.
Take your time with five days to explore the best of Italy! After a taste of Italy's capital, venture north of Rome and navigate your way through Assisi, Siena, Florence, Padua, and Venice. Your journey will take you away from modern highways and large cities to discover the real Italy, where ancient villages are just waiting to be explored.
Departing Rome, you will travel through Umbria to Assisi and join the millions of pilgrims who arrive each year to pay homage at the home of St. Francis. Steeped in medieval tradition, Siena's Gothic buildings will also entice you on your next coach stop.
Art and architecture, paintings and sculptures, museums and galleries - let the Renaissance-inspired city of Florence captivate you before you make your way to the Shakespearian city of Padua. The town was the setting for Shakespeare's The Taming of the Shrew.
Spend the last full day of your travels navigating the canals of Venice, composed of more than 100 tiny islets. Take a gondola ride or lose yourself down narrow winding streets.
Delve into the darker side of Turin and explore the city's links to magic and the occult. Whether you believe in magic or not, the Black and White Magic Evening Tour of Magic Turin is a fascinating look at another side of the city.
Come and discover Turin in a very unusual way. For 2.5 hours you will be plunged into the darker side of the city.
Turin has two souls: one linked to white magic, the other to evil-black magic. You will explore them both during a "magical mystery tour" starting from Piazza Statuto, the "hearth of darkness" of the city, a part of the city that Romans, who founded Turin, considered an unlucky area and used as a burial site.
At sunset you will drive past scary stone monsters, sinister architecture, unusual statues adorning ancient buildings and a small strange detail of the Duomo, which houses the famous Holy Shroud.
Even if you have never believed in magic, come and discover the place considered by the guru's of occultism as one of the worlds capitals for both black and white magic.
Travel into the exquisite mountain scenery of the Dolomites on a minivan day trip from Venice. With numerous stops throughout the day, driving time is kept to a minimum. Minivans hold only eight passengers, ensuring you'll enjoy the benefits of a small group tour.
After only an hour's drive from Venice, you'll emerge into a land of towering peaks and peaceful valleys dotted with villages. Before entering the Sesto region, you'll stop for morning coffee at Pieve di Cadore, a typical Italian village surrounded by soaring peaks, the birthplace of the Renaissance painter Titian.
After stopping to admire Lake Santa Caterina, you'll visit Lake Misurina, 'the pearl of the Dolomites'. The lake is famous for its breathtaking views of the Tre Cime di Lavaredo, the most celebrated peaks of the Sesto region. You'll drive up to the base of the Tre Cime for truly spectacular views of the Dolomite Mountains, stretching as far as the eye can see.
Enjoy an optional lunch at a local trattoria, then a short (optional) walk is offered along a level trail to further appreciate the dramatic scenery of the area. In the afternoon, drive into the Cortina region to visit the cosmopolitan ski resort of Cortina d'Ampezzo, pausing at a panoramic viewpoint to admire the town circled by soft green meadows and towering mountains.
Enjoy free time to wander around the town of Cortina, with its streets lined with elegant boutiques, or relax at one of the street-side cafes. In the late afternoon, you'll travel back to Venice, passing several major peaks. Relax on the drive and savor the different colors of the Dolomites in the late-afternoon sun.