The Great Beauty

2 days in Venice, 1 day in Verona, 1 day in Florence & 2 days in Orvieto

OHH! ITALY delight your sense to the full with this exclusive tailor made experience, guided by our English speaking guides.
Arrival Airport: MARCO POLO
code: VCE
city: VENICE
Departure Airport: LEONARDO DA VINCI
code: FCO


La Fenice – Take a journey in the history of music

On DAY1, after the welcome and the check in at the hotel, you will discover the secrets of Venice. Take a journey in the history of music in the Museo della Musica, an exhibit dedicated to one of the artistic expressions that has contributed to the greatness of Italian culture: the making of stringed instruments. Venice was a workshop for great violin makers. Their excellent craftsmanship was evident in the experimentation and production of the musical instruments, always perfectly responsive to the new requirements of the sonorities which came to define those times. The collection, housed in the beautiful <b>Church of San Maurizio, covers a time span of 300 years of Italian violin making and includes splendid examples of the different regional schools. Then you will discover, hidden in its own little courtyard, the elegant staircase Contarini Del Bovolo. It is an example of transition from Gothic to Renaissance style architecture in Venice with its peculiar spiral (“bovolo” in Venetian dialect) stairs going up the outside of the building instead of the inside. From the top there is a lovely view of Venetian roofs and spires. The tour continues with the visit of the world-famous La Fenice theater. Founded at the end of the 18th century, La Fenice quickly became the go-to theatre for the opulent premieres of some of the most famous operas in the world. With a seating capacity for over 1,000 people, La Fenice boasts excellent acoustics, a 98-member orchestra and 66-person opera chorus, a dedicated local audience and a large international following. The tour will end with a 1-hour boat ride on the Grand Canal of Venice, where you will see dozens of palazzos, mansions, churches, and iconic bridges that span the waterways as well as a romantic sunset that you will never forget.


Murano, Burano and Torcello

On DAY2, we will guide you through the secrets of Venice’s islands. This fascinating lagoon trip offers you a Murano, Burano and Torcello full-day sightseeing tour: the total duration is six hours. The first stop will be the island of Murano, known throughout the world for its ancient and extraordinary art of glass making. The excursion then continues to the bustling Venetian island of Burano, famous for its colourful houses and the hand-crafted needle lace, true works of art that can be purchased at local shops or street stalls. For lunch, stop at the famous Osteria Gatto Nero that has served authentic Venetian dishes for more than 40 years. In the late afternoon travel to Verona in our luxury Mercedes minivan (about 1,5 hours).


Verona all day tour

On  DAY3, head to the stunning Villa Mosconi Bertani, a picturesque estate and grounds dating back to the 18th century in the heart of historic Valpolicella, birthplace of the legendary wines of Valpolicella and Amarone and just minutes away from Lake Garda. The Villa and its cellars have played a significant role in the history of winemaking in Verona. Today Gaetano Bertani and his sons continue their centuries-old family tradition in the same historic location. Wine tasting at the Villa Mosconi Bertani offers visitors the opportunity to discover and compare a variety of wines with an accompaniment of food produced in the Verona area. Each tasting is a complete sensory experience, with wines chosen especially for you, including a tour of the villa, park and winery. In the afternoon, after a light lunch at Villa Mosconi Bertani, visit a small gem of a town suspended in the middle of the lower Lake Garda – the town of Sirmione. It is situated at the northern end of a long and narrow peninsula that is in fact an island, as it is separated from the mainland by a navigable moat, and accessible only by a bridge. Start from the historic town center and stop to admire the Villa Callas, home of the celebrated soprano Maria Callas. At the halfway point of the walk enjoy a splendid view of the famous Grotte di Catullo, built between the first century B.C. and the first century A.D., the most magnificent example of Roman villas in northern Italy. Before finishing the tour, stop near the famous thermal\n water spring of Sirmione, valued for its health benefits as an aid for physical fitness. Conclude this pleasant excursion at the Sirmione Castle, passing under the picturesque drawbridge before visiting the major point of interest of this town.


Florence and its beauties

On  DAY4 , after the transfer from Verona to Florence with our luxury Mercedes minivan (about 3 hours) you will discover the city from a different angle! This private tour begins with a visit to the Uffizi Gallery, one of the most famous museums in the world for its extraordinary collections of paintings and ancient statues, including masterpieces such as Botticelli’s Spring. The Uffizi, together with the Vatican Museums in Rome, are the top two most visited museums in Italy. From there your guide will take you through the Vasari Corridor, the Medici’s secret way across the Arno, to the Pitti Palace. The corridor was built to allow the Grand Dukes to move safely without bodyguards from their private residence to the government palace. The Pitti Palace contains a collection of portraits and important collections of paintings from the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries.


Pisa Romanesque Architecture

On  DAY5 , take a walk in Pisa with our professional guides on a tour of the Piazza dei Miracoli and its monuments, known as “miracles” because of their incredible beauty and uniqueness. Be dazzled by this marvelous square that is dominated by the Cathedral, where you will visit the interior of the distinctive Pisa Romanesque architecture, the round-shaped Baptistery surrounded by its suggestive columned arcades and its Camposanto, originally a cemetery, an extraordinary quadrangular cloister. The commentary of your guide will be particularly focused on the Leaning Tower, one of the wonders of the world. The guided tour will end by the magnificent Tower, where you can enjoy the interior and climb its 294 steps to the top. Let yourself be enthralled by the history and the leaning structure of the Tower which stirs the imagination of all visitors; and marvel at the unique phenomenon caused by the weak and unstable subsoil. This is guaranteed to be an amazing experience! In the late afternoon travel to Orvieto with our luxury Mercedes minivan (about 2 hours).


Gorgeous Orvieto

On  DAY6 , you will spend the morning discovering the gorgeous Orvieto. Known for its vast countryside, olives, and wine, Orvieto was an important city during the Etruscan era and even the Pope resided there during the 11th century. Its narrow streets and ancient houses are delightfully rustic, but the monumental cathedral boasts a fanciful facade of travertine and basalt, and an impressive interior with frescoes. After a stop for lunch, continue to the hilltop village of Civita Bagnoregio. Founded by the Etruscans more than 2,500 years ago, today the population varies from about 12 people in winter to over 100 in the summer. It perches on a plateau overlooking the River Tiber and its crumbling architecture gives it a lovely aspect. You will explore the Church of Saint Donato, the ivy-clad houses of the narrow streets and the surrounding area.



On DAY7 our private luxury Mercedes minivan will be available for transfer you to the airport. Lunch and Dinner are included if purchased.

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