Visit Italy’s top destinations on this 5-Day Italy Tour Package: Rome, Florence, Venice. With a mix of free time and guided portions, this is an ideal introduction to the regions of Umbria and Tuscany. Check out the historical cities of Assisi, Siena, and Montepulciano; soak up Florence’s wealth of art and architecture; and then continue to Padua and Bologna before arriving in Venice, home to sights like St. Mark’s Basilica. Four nights of accommodation in Florence and Venice, some meals, and round-trip transport by coach are included.
- Rome, Florence, and Venice in five unforgettable days
- Vatican City and the Colosseum in Rome
- St. Mark’s Square and Basilica in Venice
- Il Duomo in Florence
- Includes airport pick-up in Rome
Assisi, a hilltop town and UNESCO World Heritage Site, is the first stop on your five-day tour from Rome. Visit Tuscany, Italy’s most popular region, to see Siena and Florence, as well as famous landmarks like the Duomo. After that, you can visit Bologna, Padua, and Venice. – Two nights of lodging are included in Florence and two nights in Venice; some meals are included, and you have the option to purchase additional meals on your own.
Hotels are located in the heart of the city, making it easy to get to the most popular attractions and activities. Walking tours are a great way to learn about Italy’s art, history, cuisine, and way of life while you’re with your guide.
You must pay city taxes at the hotel when you check-in or check out, according to local city board procedure, so please be aware of this. Taxes are based on the type of hotel you’re staying at in the city. At the time of booking, hotels are subject to availability. Whenever possible, you’ll be put up in another nearby hotel of the same star rating if the one you requested isn’t available. This tour is only available in English during the peak season.
Day 1: Rome
Welcome here to Rome! A driver will be waiting to bring you to your hotel upon arrival at the airport (FCO or CIA). Our hotel guide will welcome you and provide you with all the data you need. At night we’re going to arrange a transfer to the neighborhood of Trastevere, a wonderful introduction to Rome.
Day 2: Rome
We’ll have a scenic tour of Rome’s Eternal City in the morning! First, we’ll visit the Vatican’s small state, the Catholic Church’s main center. Here we are going to see the world-famous Basilica of St. Peter.
Next, we’re going to go to the Roman Colosseum, Rome’s iconic symbol. This amazing building dates back 2,000 years and will take us back in time to learn about the Roman Empire’s ancient culture.
We will head to the Via Cavour region in the evening, where you will find dozens of kitchens to choose from for a romantic lunch in Rome (own cost).
Day 3: Rome – Florence
We’re going to say goodbye to Rome on Day 3 and head south. Our trip is characterized by lovely landscapes as we arrive in Florence, where we head directly to Piazzale Michelangelo, one of the city’s most remarkable locations.
In the afternoon we take a local specialist tour and walk through the historic center taking locations like Ponte Vecchio, Duomo, and Plaza della Signoria. We’re going to have free time to discover our own and choose from a wonderful collection of restaurants.
Day 4: Florence – Venice
Today, as we cross the Apennine Mountains before arriving in Venice, we will appreciate amazing mountain landscapes.
Here we’re going to board a Vapporetto to travel in the historic middle on the canals. We will tour the beautiful Plaza de San Marcos with a local guide and enter the wonderful basilica. We will then visit Murano’s island town, renowned for its wonderful glass blowing sector.
You will have the opportunity to eat lunch in the Mestre region in the early evening, where you can choose from a broad choice of good restaurants (own cost).
Day 5: Venice
Your incredible 5-day tour of Italy ends at checkout. Have a safe journey home and we hope to see you again very soon!
Top attractions in Venice
Here are some top attractions in Venice you could visit and enjoy. There are, of course, dozens of attractions and landmarks in Venice worth visiting and learning about the history of this amazing city.
Locally called Palazzo Ducale (Ducal Palace, Palace of the Duke), Doge’s Palace is a massive palace complex next to St. Mark’s Square and on a Venice canal, with ornate rooms,...
St. Mark's Basilica is an iconic church cathedral with gilded domes, located on the St. Mark’s Square. It is featuring opulent interior, myriad mosaics and a museum.
St. Mark's Square (Piazza San Marco) is the main public square of Venice with many landmarks. It is favorite tourist hangout and photo opportunity area and great starting point to...
Venice and Italy travel guide
Here are handy travel guides about Venice 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.
Venice is a capital of Veneto region in Italy and it is located in a lagoon in the north Adriatic Sea. It was also the capital of Republic of Venice, sovereign state that was ruling the region from 7th until...
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 Venice
Venice 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.
Offering luxurious rooms with antique furniture and fine fabrics, Hotel Metropole is set in a privileged place – 350 m from Saint Mark’s Square in Venice. The hotel boasts a...
Facing the Grand Canal of Venice and overlooking the Rialto Bridge, Hotel Al Ponte Antico provides lodging in a palace dating back to the 14th century. A daily breakfast is...
Located in the historic center of Venice, just 450 meters from Rialto Bridge, Hotel ai Cavalieri di Venezia is a 6-minute walk from St. Mark’s Square. There is free WiFi...
Offering elegant rooms and suites as well as a good restaurant, Palazzo Venart Luxury Hotel is housed in a 16th-century building overlooking the Grand Canal in Venice. In the courtyard...
Just a 2-minute walk from St. Mark’s Square in Venice, the Bauer Palazzo Hotel provides spacious, elegant rooms with a flat-screen TV with satellite channels. It has a gourmet restaurant...
Overlooking the Grand Canal, Centurion Palace provides 5-star luxury in Venice, next to the Church of Santa Maria della Salute. Drinks are served at the private courtyard of the hotel.
Cheap flights and hotels discounts for Venice
The peak season for flights to Venice is February, March and October. The low season for purchasing tickets is June, July and August.
Venice is served by these airports: Venice Marco Polo Airport and Treviso Airport. Direct flights to Venice are offered by 47 airlines. Most flights are with Ryanair. Direct flights from Venice, United States are airlines: American Airlines, United Airlines, Lufthansa, Air Canada, KLM and Air France from New York, Chicago, Atlanta and Philadelphia.
Venice ad Italy attractions and landmarks
Here are some of the most popular attractions and landmarks in Venice and in Italy.
Last Updated on April 10, 2022 by Tours Editor @ gotravelyourself.com