This incredible package has been developed with the independent travelers in mind, who wish to experience Italy on their own by taking the train. We assure easy and fast connections between the fascinating cities of Rome, Florence and Venice, travelling along the fascinating Italian landscape on 1st or 2nd class high speed trains. We include 3 or 4 star hotels, and amazing sightseeing experiences in all three cities.
Transfer from Rome airport or rail station to your hotel.
Breakfast at the hotel. In the morning enjoy an orientation tour of the Rome city centre. Reach the meeting point of the tour 15 minutes prior to the departure (pick-up from hotel not provided) and enjoy a 3 hours walking tour including Campo dei Fiori, Piazza Navona, Pantheon, Trevi Fountain and Spanish Steps. Rest of the day at leisure. Optional afternoon / night sightseeing tours are available.
Breakfast at hotel and day at leisure. We can provide you with many Optional tours.
Breakfast at the hotel. In the morning enjoy an orientation tour of the Florence city centre.
Reach the meeting point of the tour 15 minutes prior to the departure (pick-up from hotel not provided) and enjoy a 2 hours walking tour including the Duomo, Baptistry, Giotto Bell Tower, Piazza della Signoria and Palazzo Vecchio. Rest of the day will be at leisure.
Breakfast at the hotel and independent transfer to the Florence rail station where you will board your high speed train to Venice.
Upon arrival in Venice, transfer on your own to the hotel. Rest of the day at leisure, optional afternoon / night sightseeing tours are available.
Breakfast at the hotel.
In the morning enjoy an orientation tour of the Venice city centre. Reach the meeting point of the tour 15 minutes prior to the departure (pick-up from hotel not provided) and enjoy a 2 hours walking tour including Piazza San Marco with its Basilica, Clock Tower and Palazzo Ducale. Rest of the day at leisure.
Breakfast at the hotel and end of services.
Once the hub of the Renaissance, Florence is still a city marked by outstanding cultural and artistic splendor. In the modern day this translates into some of the best shopping anywhere for fine products from leather to gold. A perennial favorite of tourists and home to such historical figures as Machiavelli and the Medici clan, all of the finest aspects of Renaissance culture, from literature and art to theater and music still flourish here.
Besides tourism, food and wine production are also prominent industries in this city, which is the main city of the Tuscany wine-producing region. The Uffizi Gallery and Accademia Museum house two of the world’s great art collections and seeing the David by Michealangelo, at the Accademia is a moment never to be forgotten.
The Duomo in Florence is as breathtaking as it is massive. This amazing structure can be seen from many vantage points near the city center and it looms in its majesty above the city’s interesting architecture and unique streets. Major attractions: Uffizi museum, Accademia museum with the David, Piazza della Signoria, Duomo di Santa Maria del Fiore, Santa Croce and Santa Maria Novella churches and squares. Other museums of notice are Palazzo Vecchio, Palazzo Pitti with the Silver museum, the Boboli Gardens and the Palatine Gallery, the Brancacci Chapel, the Museum San Marco. Major theaters and events: Teatro Comunale, Teatro della Pergola, Toscana Opera Festival, Teatro Verdi.
Perhaps the most famous Venetian in history is Marco Polo, whose travels and writings opened up the Orient to Europe. The City on the Water, once a powerful city-state, is famous for its romantic canals and waterways as well as its explorers and merchants. The architecture of this city alone makes for a fascinating sight-seeing excursion, from its fabulous churches, museums, and palaces to its elegant bridges and rural villas.
Yearly festivals include the Venice Carnival, which attracts visitors from around the world to don incredible costumes and masks and dance the night away at lavish parties and banquets, an absolute must to attend; dress up and lose yourself in the grand spectacle! Major attractions: Piazza San Marco (St. Mark Square), Palazzo dei Dogi (Doge's Palace), Bridge of Sighs, the Clock Tower, Rialto Bridge, the Islands of Murano, Burano and Torcello. Interesting museums are the Correr Museum, the Marciana Library, the Ca' d'Oro, Palazzo Grassi, the Guggenheim museum, Ca' Pesaro and others.
Major theaters, music venues and events: Teatro la Fenice, Teatro Malibran, Church of San Vidal, Palazzo Barbarigo-Minotto, Scuola Grande di San Teodoro, Ateneo San Basso, Scuola Grande San Giovanni Evangelista, Church of San Giacometto, and others. Events include the Venice Carnival, the Redentore Festival, the Historical Regatta.
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