4-Day In-Depth Italy Holiday: Rome to Venice


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Enjoy Italy Holiday tour package on our 4 day Italy tour from Rome to Venice, a fantastic opportunity to take in Tuscany as well as Italy’s vibrant culture.


  • The best Italy tours from Rome
  • Explore the walled city of Assisi
  • Spend 2 nights in Florence, the Cradle of the Renaissance
  • Take a stroll through the elegant lanes of Bologna
  • Visit Padua, a famous Catholic pilgrimage site

4-Day In-Depth Italy Holiday: Rome to Venice

Day 1: Rome – Assisi – Siena – Florence

Get ready for a wonderful 4-day tour of Italy to experience Italy’s wealthy culture, architecture and cuisine!

In the early morning we will pick you up from Rome in our deluxe coach and start our voyage to Assisi’s walled city. This historic town, built in the Middle Ages, is packed with ancient wonders and unparalleled architecture. We’re going to have free lunch time (own cost) and exploring here. We strongly suggest visiting the St. Francis basilica, home to Giotto and Cimabue masterpieces.

Tuscany, Siena & St. Gimignano Private Day Tour from Rome

Next, we’ll head further north to Sienna, one of the most popular cities in Italy and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. From here we’ll arrive at the stunning city of Florence.

Day 2: Florence

Enjoy this morning a scrumptious breakfast before we start our Renaissance Cradle exploration-and trust us, you’ll need it. Today we’re going to dig deep into the wealthy culture, wonderful sites, and intriguing history of Florence.

Also known as the Middle Ages Athens, Florence quickly extended as a free Commune and Europe’s trade hub. This prosperity permitted Renaissance patrons and artists to thrive. In the enchanting landmarks and architecture, like the iconic Duomo, you can see proof of this prosperity.

Welcome to Florence Guided Walking Tour
Our tour will take us to the Campanile Tower and the Baptistery from this popular attraction, home to the amazing bronze gates where Michelangelo envisioned the Paradise Gates. Next, we’re going to move to the core of the town where we’ll find Piazza della Signoria, Palazzo della Signoria (also known as Palazzo Vecchio) and Santa Croce Basilica.

After a sumptuous dinner at a local Tuscan restaurant in Piazza Santa Croce, you’ll be free to explore Florence’s cobblestone streets on your own or join us for an optional trip to Pisa (own cost), one of Italy’s four major historic Marine Republics.

Day 3: Florence – Bologna – Padua – Venice

We’re going to have a final breakfast in Florence today before we say goodbye to this immaculate city and travel to Bologna.

Another capital town in Italy, we will have the opportunity to explore its elegant streets and squares. We’re going to walk from Piazza Malpighi to Piazza del Nettuno and Piazza Maggiore in the core of the town. From here our walking tour will take us past the Palace of King Renzo, Palazzo Podesta and one of the largest of its kind in the world, the Basilica of San Petronio.

Day Trip from Bologna to Padua

We’ll be back on the highway by the evening, traveling to Padua. Here we will encounter one of the most visited pilgrimage locations in the Catholic world, the world-famous Sant’Antonio Basilica.

By midday we will arrive in Venice, one of the most romantic towns in the world and without a doubt the most lovely man-made town!
Venice Off the Beaten Path: private tour in Venice

Day 4: Venice

Enjoy one final breakfast with your travel companions at the hotel before we end the tour and say farewell.

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