Validity: Until October 2022
Minimum 2 pax
*Rates are subject to change and availability without prior notice.
Php 143,300 per pax
- 6 Nights Accommodation in a 4* hotels
- Rome: Eurostars Saint John Hotel
- Florence: NH Firenze
- Venice: Cavalletto E Doge Orseolo
- Milan: Best Western Hotel Felice Casati
- Breakfast Daily
- Return Airport Transfers
- Vehicle Disposal
- Guided Tour
- Return Water Taxi in Venice
Welcome to Rome! A glorious city rich in classical antiquities, medieval buildings, Renaissance Palaces and Baroque Churches. Upon arrival at Rome Airport you will be met and transferred to your hotel. Check-in to the hotel by 1400hrs. There is time for leisure to explore or relax. Perhaps spend some time in the boutiques of the Via del Corso or the elegant designer stores in the neighbourhood of the Via Condotti.
Rome - Florence
Breakfast at the hotel. Meet your chauffeur this morning and experience the Guided City Panoramic Tour of Rome. This tour introduces you to the grandeur part of the City. Being one of the richest communities in the world, the independent Vatican State holds superb Vatican Museums which you will be able to visit. These include the Treasure House of the Catholic faith with vast collections of ancient and Renaissance Art, gathered by Popes over the ages. Marvel at Raphael's brilliant work as you continue into the Sistine Chapel, glorious masterpieces of Michelangelo's frescoes. Now enter St. Peter's Basilica, Observing Michelangelo's early ‘Pieta’ and Bernini's ‘Popes' Altar cited above the spot where St. Peter is reputed to have been crucified. Cross the Tiber to hear tales of the glory of Ancient Rome as you view the Colosseum and overlook the Forum. Also not forgetting to visit Spanish Steps. Later we proceed to Florence. Arrive and check-in to the hotel.
Florence - Pisa - Venice
Breakfast at the hotel. Today you will embark on a Guided Walking Tour of Florence. This itinerary allows you to discover the origins of Florence and the reasons that made her the birthplace of the Renaissance. The tour which lasts about 2 hours, is dedicated to all those who wish to learn more about the facts and secrets of over 2,000 years of Florentine History. Visit the City of Dante, and view the magnificent works and Art from artists such as Leonardo Da Vinci, Michelangelo, and other important figures. We leave Piazza della Repubblica where we discuss the City's Roman origins, then walk towards Palazzo Davanzati where we shall take an inside tour. Afterwards we amble through some of the less crowded streets towards Ponte Vecchio and finally enter Piazza Signoria through the Uffizi Courtyard. From this main Piazza and our tour takes us past the Oratory of the Bonomini next to the House of Dante until we reach the City's religious centre. The tour finishes with the Cathedral and the Baptistery of St. John. Later we proceed to Pisa where we will see the Leaning Tower of Pisa. Later we will leave and move onto Venice where you will travel to your hotel by Water Taxi (Included) on Venice Island and check-in to the hotel.
Breakfast at the hotel. Today you will take a Panoramic Walking Guided Tour of Venice. This interesting tour is centred around the history of St. Mark's Square and its main monuments. We will be visiting the St. Mark's Basilica with its marble and mosaics, and the Ducal Palace where the old Republic of Venice exercised their political and commercial powers in the Doge Palace. Next we will cross the Bridge of Sighs arriving at the famous Venice Jail. Finishing off the tour is a chance to visit the glass factory on the island of Murano (The visit to Murano is optional and not included in the Walking Tour). The rest of the afternoon you are free to explore Venice.
Venice - Verona - Milan
Breakfast at the hotel. You will take a Water Taxi (Included) from your hotel to the mainland and meet up with your long distance vehicle. Continue with your journey Milan via Verona . Verona is a city in Northern Italy’s Veneto Region, with a medieval old town built between the meandering Adige River. It’s famous for being the setting of Shakespeare’s "Romeo and Juliet." A 14th-century residence with a tiny balcony overlooking a courtyard is said to be “Juliet’s House." The Verona Arena is a huge 1st-century Roman amphitheater which currently hosts concerts and large-scale opera performances. Later we continue to Milan. Rest of the day is free at leisure. Check-in to the hotel.
Breakfast at the hotel. Today we will proceed for Milan Guided City Panoramic Tour. This tour is a very good introduction to MIlan. From must-sees like Porta Garibaldi & Piazza del Duomo to food recommendations, local lifestyle, and history. We start the tour at a square that’s a symbol of the Milan "of the future" and spot Bosco Verticale, an architectural concept all about sustainability. Pop into the coolest concept store in Milan that houses an art gallery, a bookshop, a design and fashion store, a micro hotel with three rooms Porta Garibaldi. Later talk a walk under one of the oldest city gates built in a Neoclassical style that is now home to one of the districts of Milan. Then on to the Ancient Church. See the Church of Santa Maria Incoronata, a church formed by two paired buildings. Your local guide will tell you the story behind both buildings! Not forgetting the Basilica of San Simpliciano which is one of the oldest churches in Milan, and discover its hidden courtyard little known even to the Milanese. Then on to check out the Church of San Marco at Piazza San Marco dedicated to St. Mark, patron of Venice after the help given by that city in a way during the 12th century. Enter the courtyard of the main public gallery for paintings in the city and hear what masterpieces you can find inside. Follow your guide to Piazza dei Mercanti in what used to be the heart of the city in the Middle Ages. Then you are free a leisure to explore Milan on your own.
Breakfast at the hotel. Day free at leisure until departure transfer to Airport.