Italy is a unique country that promises it’s travelers a taste of the history, culture, exquisite cuisine, picturesque landscapes, and world-renowned hospitality making it the ultimate bucket list destination.

There's no better place to start than Rome, the eternal city where history, art, and culture converge. Get ready to immerse yourself in the splendors of this magnificent destination visiting one of the world's most iconic landmarks, the Colosseum, Roman Forum and Palatine Hill, where you can marvel at the ruins of this historic civilization.

The evenings make for an ideal time to grab some local food and walk the narrow cobblestone streets and vibrant atmosphere of Trastevere. Of course, no visit to Rome is complete without a journey to Vatican City, with the renowned Sistine Chapel a must see.

Your itinerary would also include can't miss sights such Trevi Fountain and Spanish Steps where you’ll be treated to amazing panoramic views of the city.

Rome: Days 1-4

    ●  Colosseum, Roman Forum, Palatine Hill
    ●  Trastevere
    ●  Vatican City
    ●  Trevi Fountain
    ●  Spanish Steps
    ●  Borghese Gallery

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Just a few hours away by train, Florence offers a perfect blend of art, history, and culinary delights.

While in Florence, we’ll have you visiting iconic landmarks such as the magnificent Florence Cathedral (Duomo), the Uffizi Gallery, and the Ponte Vecchio, and reserve time for watching the sunset at Piazzale Michelangelo.

Afterwards, leave the bustling city behind and immerse yourself in the picturesque landscapes of the Tuscan countryside, renowned for its vineyards and rolling hills.

We’ll have you explore the renowned Chianti wine region, where you can taste the region's masterpieces and certainly find time to dine.

Florence: Days 4-7

    ●  Florence Cathedral (Duomo)
    ●  Uffizi Gallery
    ●  Ponte Vecchio
    ●  Piazzale Michelangelo
    ●  Wineries

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Next we’ll have you continue south towards the stunning coastal towns of Positano and Ravello which are nestled along the picturesque cliffs overlooking the sparkling Mediterranean Sea.

This is the portion of the trip where we suggest to keep your days open and relaxing, changing the pace from the sightseeing in the first week of the trip. Wander through Positano with its boutique shop lined streets and pastel-colored buildings.

Another option is to visit Ravello, a quieter area higher up in the hills renowned for its magnificent gardens and breathtaking views. Visits to Villa Rufolo and Villa Cimbrone, two exquisite estates that offer a glimpse into the region's rich history also offer great panoramic views.

If adventure is your thing, we’ll be sure to leave time in for the path of the gods. This 5mi hiking route runs along ancient mule routes, through hillside villages, and serves up heart-stopping views of the Amalfi Coast.

Amalfi Coast: Days 7-11

    ●  Sorrento
    ●  Positano
    ●  Ravello
    ●  Amalfi
    ●  Path of the Gods

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As your Italian adventure nears its conclusion, allow yourself to be enchanted by the allure of the island of Capri.

Leaving behind the breathtaking Amalfi Coast, set sail for this picturesque Mediterranean gem. With its rugged cliffs, vibrant blue waters, and glamorous atmosphere, Capri is a true paradise.

Visits to the Blue Grotto, a chairlift to Monte Solaro, and a boat tour around the iconic Faraglioni Rocks is a glimpse of what awaits you on the island.

Capri: Days 11-14

    ●  Blue Grotto
    ●  Monte Solaro
    ●  Faraglioni Rocks

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