MyPortfolio Call Us Open Menu
Contact Us Close
Close

Italian Treasures

Questions? Give us a call 1-866-650-6654 Get call in code
Italian Treasures 11 Days - Departs Rome
Questions? Call Direct Extentions of Agents Who’ve Been There 1-877-230-8747

Call to speak with one of our Tour Experts

Tour Dates & Prices Close
  • Depart Thu, Apr 20, 23
    Return Sun, Apr 30, 23
    $4,373
    * See BONUS Items Tab
  • Depart Thu, Apr 27, 23
    Return Sun, May 07, 23
    $4,373
    * See BONUS Items Tab
  • Depart Thu, May 04, 23
    Return Sun, May 14, 23
    $4,373
    * See BONUS Items Tab
  • Depart Thu, May 11, 23
    Return Sun, May 21, 23
    $4,373
    * See BONUS Items Tab
  • Depart Thu, May 18, 23
    Return Sun, May 28, 23
    $4,373
    * See BONUS Items Tab
  • Depart Thu, May 25, 23
    Return Sun, Jun 04, 23
    $4,373
    * See BONUS Items Tab
  • View More Prices
Tour Overview Close

Tour Overview

"Wherefore art thou, Romeo?" Who can resist uttering these words in medieval Verona, the romantic setting for Shakespeare's tragic love story? But thoughts will soon turn from romance to Roman ruins, medieval towns, floating cities, and gastronomic delights. All of these trea... Read More

Duration: 11 Days
Arrive In: Rome
Depart From: Rome
Quality: First Class
Pace: Moderate
Breakfast: 10
Dinner: 5
Type: Escorted
Tour Itinerary Close
  • Day 1 ARRIVE IN ROME, ITALY Welcome to Rome! At 5 pm, meet your Tour Director and travel companions for a welcome dinner at a local restaurant. (D)
  • Day 2 ROME Italian Treasures Guided sightseeing includes the Vatican Museums, and the Sistine Chapel. Visit St. Peter's Square and Basilica to admire Michelangelo's Pietà, the Colosseum, and see the Roman Forum. Free time late afternoon and evening. (B)

    TOUR HIGHLIGHT
    LEGENDARY LIVES Stand in awe and wonder amid one of mankind's greatest artistic achievements in the Sistine Chapel. Hear how in 1508, a young Michelangelo was commissioned by Pope Julius II to decorate the chapel's ceiling - a request not welcomed by the 33-year-old sculptor. Michelangelo's 4-year project was indeed one of physical pain and psychological distress, while painting from scaffolds high above the sanctuary floor. Nevertheless, he created what is considered the most famous ceiling in the world, depicting the Creation of Adam in striking fresco style.
  • Day 3 ROME-LUCCA Roman Rulers LUCCA Enjoy an orientation walk, followed by free time. (B)
    217 mi/ 350 km

    TOUR HIGHLIGHT
    CULTURAL GEMS Within the walls surrounding the medieval city of Lucca, the modern world fades away. Whilst you walk, see the Piazza Anfiteatro, San Michele Square, the Roman Amphitheatre, the soaring clock tower, and the Guinigi Tower topped with a hanging garden roof - just to name a few of the impressive sights you'll find in this historic city in Tuscany.
  • Day 4 LUCCA-LA SPEZIA-EXCURSION TO CINQUE TERRE & PISA The Italian Riviera Depart for a scenic drive en route to La Spezia.
    CINQUE TERRE [LF] Take a guided boat ride (weather permitting) to Monterosso, with free time before boarding your train for La Spezia.
    PISA See the Leaning Tower en route back to Lucca. (B,D)
    155 mi/ 250 km

    LOCAL FAVORITE
    EPIC RIDE Take a stunning cruise on the coast of Cinque Terre and take in fascinating views of the sea, sky, and centuries-old seaside villages on the rugged Italian Riviera coastline.
  • Day 5 LUCCA-SIENA-SAN GIMIGNANO-VERRAZZANO CASTLE-FLORENCE Tuscany's Terra Bella SIENA An orientation walk includes Piazza del Campo.
    SAN GIMIGNANO Take an orientation walk with free time for lunch.
    VERRAZZANO Enjoy [LF] wine tasting with local specialties. (B)
    186 mi / 300 km

    LOCAL FAVORITE
    LOCAL TASTES Visit the heart of the Chianti Classico area, between Florence and Siena, and taste the tradition of winemaking with regional specialties enjoyed in the vineyards of this beautiful landscape for centuries.
  • Day 6 FLORENCE Florentine Favorites Guided sightseeing includes Michelangelo's masterpiece, David, at the Academy of Fine Arts, Giotto's Bell Tower, the Baptistry's heavy bronze "Gates of Paradise," and Signoria Square. Free time this afternoon and evening. (B)

    TOUR HIGHLIGHT
    ART & ARCHITECTURE Those lucky enough to visit the Tuscan capital are witness to some of the world's most magnificent. Home to a wealth of Rennaissance masterpieces, is famous for Michelangelo's Marble Masterpiece, David, standing ready for battle in the Academy of Fine Arts. Outside, the Piazza del Duomo and Signoria Square offer spectacular sights of Florentine Gothic and Renaissance art, architecture, and monuments.
  • Day 7 FLORENCE-VERONA-VENICE ISLAND Ladies & Gentlemen of Verona VERONA An orientation walk includes Piazza delle Erbe and Piazza Brà to admire the Arena. Free time for lunch before continuing to Venice.
    VENICE ISLAND Take a private boat ride on the canals (B)
    242 mi / 390 km

    TOUR HIGHLIGHT
    CULTURE & TRADITION Stroll through the grand piazzas of Verona, where the tradition of La Passeggiata (leisurely stroll) is alive and well near the site of the ancient forum. Where fruits, vegetables, and spices once filled the market squares, now eateries and shops share the space with the ancient arts of sumptuous fountains, monuments, architecture, and people-watching.
  • Day 8 VENICE ISLAND Benvenuti a Venezia A guided walking tour includes St. Mark's Square and Basilica, Doge's Palace, and the Bridge of Sighs, followed by a glassblowing demonstration. Free time this afternoon and evening. (B)

    TOUR HIGHLIGHT
    HISTORIC SPOT Locals simply call Piazza San Marco "la piazza." As paired with the smaller Piazzetta, it forms the social, religious, and political hub of Venice, which Napoleon called "the drawing room of Europe." St. Mark's Basilica dominates the square, offering visitors a spectacular view of the great arches, marble embellishments, and the Romanesque carvings of its façade. Also gracing the square is Doge's Palace - a masterpiece of Venetian Gothic architecture. The enclosed Bridge of Sighs, connecting the palace with the prison, is named for the prisoners breathing in their last view of the Rio di Palazzo on their walk to the prison's interrogation rooms.
  • Day 9 VENICE ISLAND-ASSISI Medieval Marvels Scenic drive through the Apennine Mountains en route to Assisi.
    ASSISI Guided walking tour includes St. Clare's Church and St. Francis' Basilica. (B,D)
    267 mi / 430 km

    TOUR HIGHLIGHT
    ICONIC FOOTSTEPS Walk in the footsteps of St. Francis of Assisi with a visit to the Basilica named after the deacon, friar, and mystic, who became one of the most venerated religious figures in Christianity. Revered for his love of the Eucharist and the Earth, Francis found communion with God through nature here in this Italian village where he lived and died. Marvel at the magnificent frescoes by Italian master Giotto that adorn the Basilica where the Saint is buried.
  • Day 10 ASSISI-ORVIETO-ROME Parting is Sweet Sorrow ORVIETO Enjoy a [LF] local pastries tasting at renowned Caffè Montanucci, a historic Pasticceria. An orientation walk includes the cathedral with free time to visit San Brizio Chapel.
    ROME Join in a farewell dinner at a local restaurant (B,D)
    137 mi/ 220 km

    LOCAL FAVORITE
    LOCAL TASTES The historic Pasticceria of Caffè Montanucci has been open every morning for 100 years, delighting the sweet tooths of pastry lovers in the heart of Orvieto. Only the Municipality, the Bank, the Church can claim the same, earning "the old bar" the status of institution in the old city. While the world has changed in many ways over the century, the important things have remained the same at the caffè - a haven where generations of guests rely on its traditional coffee, cappuccino, semolina cake, pastry ice cream, and chocolates to win their hearts every time.
  • Day 11 ROME Safe travels until we meet again! Your vacation ends with breakfast this morning. (B)
Tour Inclusions Close
Other Information. Close

Name: Italian Treasures

Brand: Globus

Quality: First Class

Tour Type: Escorted

Start City: Rome

End City: Rome

Meals: Full buffet breakfast daily; 4 three-course dinners

Bonus Items Close
  • Buy Now Pay Later
    • Lock in your vacation today & finance over 12 monthly payments!
    • Call an agent for details

Departing Returning Bonus Without Flight
Thu, Apr 20, 23 Sun, Apr 30, 23
Buy Now Pay Later
  • Lock in your vacation today & finance over 12 monthly payments!
  • Call an agent for details
$4,373 Get Quote w/Air
Thu, Apr 27, 23 Sun, May 07, 23
Buy Now Pay Later
  • Lock in your vacation today & finance over 12 monthly payments!
  • Call an agent for details
$4,373 Get Quote w/Air
Thu, May 04, 23 Sun, May 14, 23
Buy Now Pay Later
  • Lock in your vacation today & finance over 12 monthly payments!
  • Call an agent for details
$4,373 Get Quote w/Air
Thu, May 11, 23 Sun, May 21, 23
Buy Now Pay Later
  • Lock in your vacation today & finance over 12 monthly payments!
  • Call an agent for details
$4,373 Get Quote w/Air
Thu, May 18, 23 Sun, May 28, 23
Buy Now Pay Later
  • Lock in your vacation today & finance over 12 monthly payments!
  • Call an agent for details
$4,373 Get Quote w/Air
Thu, May 25, 23 Sun, Jun 04, 23
Buy Now Pay Later
  • Lock in your vacation today & finance over 12 monthly payments!
  • Call an agent for details
$4,373 Get Quote w/Air
View More Prices
Questions? Call Direct Extentions of Agents Who’ve Been There

Call to speak with one of our Tour Experts  1-877-230-8747

  • staff name Heather Felicex7338 Offline
  • staff name Jean Arseneaux7228 Offline
  • staff name Melanie Johnstonx7321 Offline
  • staff name Robyn Murrayx7215 Offline
  • staff name Eliana Antonx7167 Offline
  • Itinerary
  • Inclusions
  • Other Information
  • Bonus Items
  • Day 1 ARRIVE IN ROME, ITALY Welcome to Rome! At 5 pm, meet your Tour Director and travel companions for a welcome dinner at a local restaurant. (D)
  • Day 2 ROME Italian Treasures Guided sightseeing includes the Vatican Museums, and the Sistine Chapel. Visit St. Peter's Square and Basilica to admire Michelangelo's Pietà, the Colosseum, and see the Roman Forum. Free time late afternoon and evening. (B)

    TOUR HIGHLIGHT
    LEGENDARY LIVES Stand in awe and wonder amid one of mankind's greatest artistic achievements in the Sistine Chapel. Hear how in 1508, a young Michelangelo was commissioned by Pope Julius II to decorate the chapel's ceiling - a request not welcomed by the 33-year-old sculptor. Michelangelo's 4-year project was indeed one of physical pain and psychological distress, while painting from scaffolds high above the sanctuary floor. Nevertheless, he created what is considered the most famous ceiling in the world, depicting the Creation of Adam in striking fresco style.
  • Day 3 ROME-LUCCA Roman Rulers LUCCA Enjoy an orientation walk, followed by free time. (B)
    217 mi/ 350 km

    TOUR HIGHLIGHT
    CULTURAL GEMS Within the walls surrounding the medieval city of Lucca, the modern world fades away. Whilst you walk, see the Piazza Anfiteatro, San Michele Square, the Roman Amphitheatre, the soaring clock tower, and the Guinigi Tower topped with a hanging garden roof - just to name a few of the impressive sights you'll find in this historic city in Tuscany.
  • Day 4 LUCCA-LA SPEZIA-EXCURSION TO CINQUE TERRE & PISA The Italian Riviera Depart for a scenic drive en route to La Spezia.
    CINQUE TERRE [LF] Take a guided boat ride (weather permitting) to Monterosso, with free time before boarding your train for La Spezia.
    PISA See the Leaning Tower en route back to Lucca. (B,D)
    155 mi/ 250 km

    LOCAL FAVORITE
    EPIC RIDE Take a stunning cruise on the coast of Cinque Terre and take in fascinating views of the sea, sky, and centuries-old seaside villages on the rugged Italian Riviera coastline.
  • Day 5 LUCCA-SIENA-SAN GIMIGNANO-VERRAZZANO CASTLE-FLORENCE Tuscany's Terra Bella SIENA An orientation walk includes Piazza del Campo.
    SAN GIMIGNANO Take an orientation walk with free time for lunch.
    VERRAZZANO Enjoy [LF] wine tasting with local specialties. (B)
    186 mi / 300 km

    LOCAL FAVORITE
    LOCAL TASTES Visit the heart of the Chianti Classico area, between Florence and Siena, and taste the tradition of winemaking with regional specialties enjoyed in the vineyards of this beautiful landscape for centuries.
  • Day 6 FLORENCE Florentine Favorites Guided sightseeing includes Michelangelo's masterpiece, David, at the Academy of Fine Arts, Giotto's Bell Tower, the Baptistry's heavy bronze "Gates of Paradise," and Signoria Square. Free time this afternoon and evening. (B)

    TOUR HIGHLIGHT
    ART & ARCHITECTURE Those lucky enough to visit the Tuscan capital are witness to some of the world's most magnificent. Home to a wealth of Rennaissance masterpieces, is famous for Michelangelo's Marble Masterpiece, David, standing ready for battle in the Academy of Fine Arts. Outside, the Piazza del Duomo and Signoria Square offer spectacular sights of Florentine Gothic and Renaissance art, architecture, and monuments.
  • Day 7 FLORENCE-VERONA-VENICE ISLAND Ladies & Gentlemen of Verona VERONA An orientation walk includes Piazza delle Erbe and Piazza Brà to admire the Arena. Free time for lunch before continuing to Venice.
    VENICE ISLAND Take a private boat ride on the canals (B)
    242 mi / 390 km

    TOUR HIGHLIGHT
    CULTURE & TRADITION Stroll through the grand piazzas of Verona, where the tradition of La Passeggiata (leisurely stroll) is alive and well near the site of the ancient forum. Where fruits, vegetables, and spices once filled the market squares, now eateries and shops share the space with the ancient arts of sumptuous fountains, monuments, architecture, and people-watching.
  • Day 8 VENICE ISLAND Benvenuti a Venezia A guided walking tour includes St. Mark's Square and Basilica, Doge's Palace, and the Bridge of Sighs, followed by a glassblowing demonstration. Free time this afternoon and evening. (B)

    TOUR HIGHLIGHT
    HISTORIC SPOT Locals simply call Piazza San Marco "la piazza." As paired with the smaller Piazzetta, it forms the social, religious, and political hub of Venice, which Napoleon called "the drawing room of Europe." St. Mark's Basilica dominates the square, offering visitors a spectacular view of the great arches, marble embellishments, and the Romanesque carvings of its façade. Also gracing the square is Doge's Palace - a masterpiece of Venetian Gothic architecture. The enclosed Bridge of Sighs, connecting the palace with the prison, is named for the prisoners breathing in their last view of the Rio di Palazzo on their walk to the prison's interrogation rooms.
  • Day 9 VENICE ISLAND-ASSISI Medieval Marvels Scenic drive through the Apennine Mountains en route to Assisi.
    ASSISI Guided walking tour includes St. Clare's Church and St. Francis' Basilica. (B,D)
    267 mi / 430 km

    TOUR HIGHLIGHT
    ICONIC FOOTSTEPS Walk in the footsteps of St. Francis of Assisi with a visit to the Basilica named after the deacon, friar, and mystic, who became one of the most venerated religious figures in Christianity. Revered for his love of the Eucharist and the Earth, Francis found communion with God through nature here in this Italian village where he lived and died. Marvel at the magnificent frescoes by Italian master Giotto that adorn the Basilica where the Saint is buried.
  • Day 10 ASSISI-ORVIETO-ROME Parting is Sweet Sorrow ORVIETO Enjoy a [LF] local pastries tasting at renowned Caffè Montanucci, a historic Pasticceria. An orientation walk includes the cathedral with free time to visit San Brizio Chapel.
    ROME Join in a farewell dinner at a local restaurant (B,D)
    137 mi/ 220 km

    LOCAL FAVORITE
    LOCAL TASTES The historic Pasticceria of Caffè Montanucci has been open every morning for 100 years, delighting the sweet tooths of pastry lovers in the heart of Orvieto. Only the Municipality, the Bank, the Church can claim the same, earning "the old bar" the status of institution in the old city. While the world has changed in many ways over the century, the important things have remained the same at the caffè - a haven where generations of guests rely on its traditional coffee, cappuccino, semolina cake, pastry ice cream, and chocolates to win their hearts every time.
  • Day 11 ROME Safe travels until we meet again! Your vacation ends with breakfast this morning. (B)

Name: Italian Treasures

Brand: Globus

Quality: First Class

Tour Type: Escorted

Start City: Rome

End City: Rome

Meals: Full buffet breakfast daily; 4 three-course dinners

  • Buy Now Pay Later
    • Lock in your vacation today & finance over 12 monthly payments!
    • Call an agent for details

Questions? Give us a call 1-866-650-6654 Get call in code
Tour MapClose
  • Day 1 : ARRIVE IN ROME, ITALY Welcome to Rome! At 5 pm, meet your Tour Director and travel companions for a welcome dinner at a local restaurant. (D)
Start MyPortfolio Close
Start MyPortfolio Close
Complete MyPortfolio for Quote Close
  • +
  • (preferences, cities to visit, hotel/car arrangements)
Added to MyPortfolio Close

Thank You!

This tour has been added to MyPortfolio

View MyPortfolio
navigate_before navigate_next