One Week Tour in Italy

OK so you finally got a week off and you don’t want to waste this one year opportunity and make the most of it. You are dreaming of a journey full of relaxing days mixed with fun night, occasions to meet new and friendly people, amazing accommodation with professional stuff and delicious meals, hot and sunny beaches and interesting historical places to visit, all in just one package, everything in only one week. In a nutshell and in simpler words: you actually want to spend One week tour in Italy. In the following article we will try to make you plan your Italy vacation and spend more time as useful and  seeing everything worth seeing without exhausting yourself.

Days 1-3 – Landing in Rome

To begin your journey in an organized way you should definitely choose as a starting point the heart of this amazing country, its capital, Rome. Full of charm and history Rome will impress you with its stories and wonderful people. There are so many places to be seen here and so many museums to be visited that you might need at least three or four days to get acquainted with this unique capital.

Rome is served by two main Airports, Ciampino and Fiumicino, both easy to access from and towards the city center.  There are so many things to discover in Italy that you might find it a little difficult to prioritize them. So here is a short list: Colosseum, Piazza Spagna, Piazza Italia, The Pantheon, Castel Sant’Angelo, Piazza del Campidoglio, Piazza del Popolo, Fontana di Trevi and a real MUST the Vatican. The Vatican experience will fill you with positive energy and will give you strength to continue your Italian adventure.

Days 3-5 – Reaching Florence

As Florence is 173 miles away from Rome, the easiest and most comfortable way to get there is definitely by train. Eurostar trains are the best option and it will take you only one hour and a half to reach another amazing Italian city. The last train departs at 10:30pm, but you can find out more about the price and the variants on the TrainItalia web site.

Some claim that Florence is the most beautiful city in Italy. It is indeed more intimate and possesses a certain charm that not many places have. The landscape, the wonderful scenery, the many museum and squares will give you the impression that you are in a fairytale. Some of the landmarks that you should definitely visit are: il Duomo, Ponte Vecchio, Palazzo Pitti, Santa Croce, San Lorenzo, Palazzo Vecchio etc.

Days 6 -7 – End of adventure in Venice

If you want to get from Florence to Venice then you can either use the train or book a private transport, your choice depends of course on your budget.  Once arrived in Venice, things will get quite easy. This small city will mesmerize you with its uniqueness and charming small streets and rivers. You will feel like wandering in a labyrinth only that this time you will have some instructions to follow. Right from the train station you will notice signs that will take you to Piazza San Marco, the heart of the city. Up to there you will live a real adventure, walking through the streets filled with exquisite shops, breathtaking Venetian bridges, small squares and wonderful people.

Your One week tour in Italy has come to an end. You should be feeling more relaxed and…in love. With whom? With Italy of course!

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