Milan – Venice – Florence – Rome

9  Days 8 Nights

Personalised journeys from start to finish

Every trip helps support Conservation

Every detail taken care of

What’s included

Entrance Fees Colosseum

Private tour with private driver and guide

3 star hotel or home-stay accommodation

Meet and greet airport service

Full support from your Travel Concierge before, during and after your trip

La vita è un viaggio. Chi viaggia vive due volte

Life is a voyage! Those who travel live twice!

At a glance

Italy, often referred to as the “Bel Paese,” offers a captivating blend of history, art, nature, cuisine, and shopping. From the iconic Colosseum in Rome to the Renaissance treasures in Florence’s Uffizi Gallery, history and art enthusiasts will find their passions fulfilled. The country’s landscapes range from the rugged Amalfi Coast to the majestic Dolomite mountains, providing diverse opportunities for exploration. Indulge in the culinary delights of Neapolitan pizza, gelato, and regional specialties, while coastal gems like the Cinque Terre and romantic Venice offer unique experiences.

Italy’s vibrant culture comes alive through its festivals, such as the Venice Carnival and Siena’s Palio horse race. Wine aficionados can explore Tuscan vineyards and Piedmont’s Langhe region for exceptional wines. For fashion and shopping, Milan stands as a global hub, boasting designer boutiques and luxury goods. Amidst it all, Italian hospitality creates a warm and inviting atmosphere, making each moment memorable. In essence, Italy’s blend of history, art, landscapes, cuisine, shopping, and culture guarantees an unforgettable journey.

Trip itinerary

Transfers & Tours


Meet and greet at Malpensa International airport

Drop off at Leonardo da Vinci–Fiumicino Airport



Lake Como, Milan city, Venice

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Day One: Arrival and City Tour.

When you land at Milan’s Malpensa Airport, your adventure in the city starts. You’ll be taken to your hotel, and then it’s time to explore Milan.

Begin by visiting the incredible Milan Cathedral, a very old and beautiful building that tells a story. There’s also a fancy place to shop called Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, where you can find nice shops and pretty designs on the floor.

If you like art, go see “The Last Supper,” a famous painting by Leonardo da Vinci. To see modern things, check out the Porta Nuova area with its tall buildings. For a peaceful break, go to Sempione Park and look at the Sforza Castle, which has interesting museums.

Milan has both old and new things to see, making your visit really special.

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Day Two: Lake Como day tour

A day trip to Lake Como from central Milan is like visiting a beautiful dream. The lake is surrounded by mountains and looks amazing. One cool place to see is Bellagio, a pretty town with old streets and gardens.

You can also check out Varenna, a colorful town by the water, and take a ferry ride for great views. It takes about an hour and a half to two hours to travel from central Milan to Lake Como. Lake Como is calm and wonderful, like a special place just for a day.

DAYS 3-4


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Day Three: Transfer to Venice

Embarking on a journey from Milan to Venice is an exciting adventure that takes around 2 to 3 hours. Once you arrive in Venice, you can continue the excitement by hopping aboard a private water taxi, a unique boat that will carry you to your hotel. This special ride offers a glimpse of the beautiful city as you glide along its iconic canals.

After your arrival and check-in at the hotel, a period of free time awaits, allowing you to explore Venice at your own pace. Whether you choose to wander through charming alleys, indulge in local cuisine, or simply take in the enchanting views, this free time lets you immerse yourself in the captivating atmosphere of this one-of-a-kind city.

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Day Four: Venice Tour

In Venice, you can have a relaxing day while exploring interesting places. Start by walking along the canals and looking at the pretty buildings and bridges. You can also take a special boat called a gondola for a peaceful ride on the water.

Visit St. Mark’s Square to see a beautiful church called St. Mark’s Basilica and a historic palace called the Doge’s Palace. If you like art, go to the Peggy Guggenheim Collection to see paintings and sculptures.

For lunch, try local food at a canal-side café. Then, take a water bus to an island called Giudecca for a calm time in gardens or by the water.

End your day with a nice dinner by the water and a walk along the Grand Canal when the sun is setting. Venice is a quiet and charming place where you can relax and enjoy.

DAYS 5-6


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Day Five: Transfer to Florence

Switching from Venice’s canals to Florence’s art is like moving to a new adventure. The trip from Venice to Florence takes around 2 to 3 hours, with pretty views of villages and countryside. When you arrive in Florence, you’ll go to your hotel to check in. This lets you rest before exploring the city. Florence has different types of hotels, so you’ll find one you like.

After check-in, start city tour by visiting the Uffizi Gallery to see amazing art or walk on the famous Ponte Vecchio bridge. If you like old buildings, the Florence Cathedral is cool. In the evening, enjoy dinner at a nice place and take a walk to see Florence at night. Florence gives you a chance to enjoy art and history, and your free time lets you explore in your own way.

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Day Six: Shopping day in Florence

A shopping tour at a designer outlet near Florence is a fun day of fashion and savings. One famous outlet is “The Mall” in Leccio, about 30 minutes from Florence. You’ll find fancy brands at lower prices here.

When you arrive, you’ll see stylish stores with clothes, bags, and more. The outlet is in a pretty area with nice views. You can take breaks to enjoy the scenery. The best part is that you get big discounts on designer things. It’s a chance to buy luxury items without spending too much money. So, enjoy shopping and getting stylish things on your day out.

DAYS 7-8


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Day Five: Transfer to Rome. Stop over Pisa

Going from Florence to Rome with a stop in Pisa is like a mini-adventure. The trip takes around 3 to 4 hours by train or car. You’ll see pretty countryside and then stop in Pisa to see the Leaning Tower, a famous tilted building.

After Pisa, you’ll head to Rome. The city is busy with old buildings and lots to explore. You can check in at your hotel or start seeing the sights right away. There’s the Colosseum, Vatican City, and more waiting for you. It’s a journey that shows you Italy’s beauty and history.

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Day Eight: Tour Rome

One day in Rome is like a speedy time-travel adventure. Start at the Colosseum, an old stadium. Then see ancient ruins at the Roman Forum. Nearby is Palatine Hill for nice views.

Have a yummy Italian lunch. In the afternoon, go to Vatican City. Visit St. Peter’s Basilica and the Vatican Museums. Don’t miss the Sistine Chapel’s special art.Walk by the Trevi Fountain and Spanish Steps. Throw a coin for luck! Your day in Rome is a fast but exciting journey through history and beauty.

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Day Nine: Transfer to Airport

As your time in Rome comes to an end, it’s time to check out of your hotel and make your way to the airport. If you have some free time before your flight, you might want to take a last stroll around the city, grab a coffee, or pick up any souvenirs you missed.

When you’re ready, we will arrange transportation to the airport. As you leave Rome, take a moment to reflect on the wonderful experiences and memories you’ve gathered during your visit. We hope you enjoyed your trip and have a safe journey home!