5-Day Italy In-Depth Tour from Rome with Tuscany: Assisi, Siena, Florence, Venice

5 Days

Enjoy an Italian holiday on our 5 day Italy tour from Rome, a great opportunity to take in Tuscany, Bologna, Florence, Venice, and more.

5-Day Italy In-Depth Tour from Rome with Tuscany: Assisi / Siena / Florence / Venice

Highlights
• Explore the walled city of Assisi
• Visit Florence, the Cradle of the Renaissance
• Take a stroll through the elegant lanes of Bologna
• Visit Padua, a famous Catholic pilgrimage site
• Visit Montepulciano, Tuscany’s wine region

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Top attractions in Rome

Here are some top attractions in Rome you could visit and enjoy. There are, of course, dozens of attractions and landmarks in Rome worth visiting and learning about the history of this amazing city.

St. Peter's Basilica

St. Peter’s Basilica

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Roman Forum

Roman Forum

Roman Forum (or Foro Romano in Italian) is large archaeological site in the heart of Rome, place with many well preserved remains of ancient structures, buildings and temples.

Rome, Colosseum

Colosseum

Known originally as the Flavian Amphitheatre, Colosseum is the most famous Roman landmark and it owes its name to the giant statue of the emperor Nero that once stood near...

Rome and Italy travel guides

Here are handy travel guides about Rome and Italy so you can learn a thing or two about these destinations. For a comprehensive list of our travel guides, please visit our travel guides page.

Rome, Colosseum

Rome: inspiring, romantic and dynamic

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Visit Italy: 14 things you need to know

Visit Italy: 14 things you need to know

Italy has it all: rich history, spectacular cultural heritage, great food, wonderful site seeing experiences, numerous world known landmarks, friendly people, affordable accommodation and easy transport from place to place.

Top hotels in Rome

Rome has dozens of hotels of various star ratings, together with other lodging solutions, such as guest houses, hostels, and Airbnb. Bellow are some top hotel recommendations from our website. For a general hotel search, check the form at the bottom of this page or our hotel booking page.

Palazzo Naiadi, The Dedica Anthology

Palazzo Naiadi, The Dedica Anthology

Palazzo Naiadi, The Dedica Anthology, Autograph Collection is located in Piazza della Repubblica, in an impressive white marble building dating back to the 1800s in Rome. This luxurious 5-star hotel...

NH Collection Palazzo Cinquecento

NH Collection Palazzo Cinquecento

Located in Rome’s Piazza del Cinquecento, NH Collection Palazzo Cinquecento provides luxury lodging just a few strides from Termini Metro and Train Station. There is a free fitness center and...

Roma Luxus Hotel

Roma Luxus Hotel

In the Monti district of Rome, Roma Luxus Hotel provides free WiFi and stylish facilities. The property is located 300 meters from the Roman Forum and also features a bar...

Grand Hotel De La Minerve

Grand Hotel De La Minerve

Located in a building dating back to the 17th century, a 2-minute walk from the Pantheon of Rome, Grand Hotel De La Minerve features a rooftop terrace with town views,...

Singer Palace Hotel

Singer Palace Hotel

Right on the popular Rome shopping street Via del Corso, Singer Palace Hotel boasts a rooftop restaurant. The property is located 350 meters from Trevi Fountain and provides air-conditioned rooms....

Cheap flights and hotels discounts for Rome

The peak season for flights to Rome is January, February and March. The low season for purchasing tickets is June, July and August.

Rome is served by these airports: Ciampino-G. B. Pastine International Airport and Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport. Direct flights to Rome are offered by 84 airlines. Most flights are with Alitalia. Direct flights from Rome, United States are airlines: American Airlines, United Airlines, Lufthansa, Air Canada, Aeromexico and Norwegian Air Shuttlefrom New York, Chicago, Dallas, Atlanta, Washington and Boston.

Rome and Italy attractions and landmarks

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Last Updated on May 15, 2020 by Admin @ gotravelyourself.com

<p>Get ready for a wonderful 5-day tour of Italy to experience Italy's wealthy culture, architecture and cuisine!</p><p></p><p>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.</p><p>Next, we head north to Siena, one of Italy's most famous towns and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. From here we will arrive at Florence's amazing town.</p>

Day 2 :
Florence

<p>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.</p><p></p><p>Also known as the Middle Ages Athens, Florence quickly extended as Europe's free trade centre. 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.</p><p></p><p>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. </p><p></p><p>After a dinner at a local Tuscan restaurant in Piazza Santa Croce, you will be free to explore Florence's cobblestone streets on your own. Or join us on an optional trip to Pisa (own cost) to see the UNESCO-listed Miracle Square, including Pisa's Leaning Tower.</p>

<p>We're going to have a final breakfast in Florence today before we say goodbye to this immaculate city and travel to Bologna. </p><p></p><p>You will have the chance to explore Bolgna's elegant streets and squares. We will walk through the core of the town from Piazza Malpighi to Piazza del Nettuno and Piazza Maggiore. 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. </p><p></p><p>We'll be back on the highway by the evening, traveling to Padua. Here we will visit one of the most visited pilgrimage locations in the Catholic world, the world-famous Sant'Antonio Basilica.</p><p>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!</p>

Day 4 :
Venice

<p>Enjoy a private water-taxi transfer to Piazza San Marco after breakfast at the hotel, with tickets for Skip the Line to the beautiful St. Mark's Basilica. Then check out the Floating City's most famous areas: the Doge's Palace, a symbol of the glorious past of Venice; as well as the legendary Sighs Bridge. Spend the evening roaming at your leisure along the storied canals of Venice, then go back to the hotel for lunch and rest for a nice night.</p>

<p>We will leave Venice after breakfast and head to Tuscany, famous for its landscapes, lovely churches and castles, and delicious wines. We will find our way to Val di Chiana with a stop in Montepulciano, a medieval town wealthy in art and history, also known for its Nobile wine, which can be purchased in local wine houses. Spend the evening exploring Montepulciano at your own speed, enjoying free wine tastings, or maybe shopping. We'll go back to Rome in the evening, where the trip service finishes.</p>