The tour was conducted by professionals. The timing was well paced. We enjoyed the tour and the family time.
Rome, Florence and Venice. Accommodations in Venice were fabulous!
Very hospitable travel arrangements. Allows you to explore Italy at your own pace. Highly recommended.
You went above and beyond for our trip. This included getting us to and from accomodations. This would have incurred the other costs that would have made this trip unaffordable. The hotels on the three star were super. Why pay for four star.
Tour was very good with hotel locations within walking distance to sights and train stations. Had to make several phone calls and emails to get our paperwork for the tour. We started the tour and didn't receive our paperwork for hotels, transport or tours until the day after our tour started, this was a bit disappointing. Overall though we saw everything we wanted to and even though the hotels weren't 5 star they were located perfectly.
Gregory S Bermuda
Excellent except that we were told by Viator to meet outside the railway station for our trip to Pisa and it left from a different place so we missed the tour
The tour was amazing ..tour guides and leaders was very helpful and kind..but the trip need to be ended back to Rome
Organisation for Florence train and hotel transfer was poor though tour in Florence was very good with an excellent local guide. Pisa trip was very good with again an excellent local guide. Venice hotel transfer was good as was tour next day. More information on Hotel addresses and more detailed maps of Florence and Venice would have helped in finding hotels and meeting points for tours.
a little disorganized when leaving Rome to Florence but it was a great trip our local guide was awesome. un fortunately I cannot remember his name but he was great very knowledgeable and patient
Gave you enough me time, but you still had to expertise there to show you around each city. Hotels suggested were in great locations, and pretty good condition. Highly recommend this!
Overall the transportation, hotels and touring was nice. The vouchers were a little confusing at first.
Great trip, would recommend to everyone. Transfers were great and met us at the train station on time. Hotels were good. Would've liked to stay in florence an extra night but great experience nonetheless
The Rome-Florence tour started a little shakily. It seemed a little disorganised but things soon settled down. Hotels were of a good to excellent standard. Hotel Capri in Venice was brilliant. Included tours were generally well worth doing and the itinery was well thought out.
Although it was 5 days, 2 days were free / some travelling, so i felt we missed a little. After saying that, the hotels were all good and we were looked after - it was nice that al the planning was done for us using local knowledge.
Good tour: customers need further user-friendly information about train tickets: the fact that the voucher IS a train ticket (no need to collect them at station) and that seats have been reserved on the train.
The trip was great and satisfactory.
The choice of hotels was excellent i.e. close to other attractions. Impressed with the pick up services at hotels and stations, regardless of the short distance to the next destinations (which could be done independently).
Nevertheless, we are unhappy with the tourist guide's service for the Pisa trip (depart from Florence). The service was first handled by a trainee (who basically not ready for the job) but always interrupted by the other guide. Due to this, some information was repeated. Unpleasant and unprofessional. Should avoid training a trainee in a trip like this. Also, we'd like to advise trips to be planed in the morning and not in the afternoon.
First know this you won't be with the same group of people for 5 days on this tour. For us, this was a plus. You go to Florence with a busload of people that are daytripping there from Rome, stay in Florence and go to to Pisa the next day again, with a day trip group. You then take the train from Florence to Venice on your own as well transfers provided from Hotel in Florence to Hotel in Venice. Then, you take a 2 hour tour of St. Marks Square in Venice. You need to book some other tours in Venice as just seeing St. Marks Square doesn't cover that amazing city by far. We flew into Rome, stayed there for 5 days and then took this tour so it worked out very well. The hotels are basic -- clean, friendly staffs and in good neighborhoods - don't expect anything fancy. This is a very easy way to see these cities and I would highly recommend taking this tour!
Rome to Florence, with. Half day trip to Pisa, then on to Venice.
A good circuit with lots to see and do. Opted for the 4 star option. Hotel Atlantic in Florence was great. Good sized room, amazing staff. Florence stop included a tour to Uffizi and a walk around Florence. The tour of Uffizi was too rushed and we didn't get to see the museum to its extent. This tour option should be reconsidered by Viktor so as to offer more to the tourist. Tour guides were amazing. We had a half day tour from Florence to Pisa. Tour guides were amazing but again the tour was rushed. I believe we would have been better off getting to Pisa on our own to see more and not to be rushed. Train seats were as expected to Venice and the Carlton on the Grand Canal is a good hotel. We didn't get the option to have a room facing the Canal through Viktor. I was in Venice to enjoy the full experience and so we paid extra to the hotel to get a room with a view. The tour of Venice included in the package was dead on. The guide was very informative and helped us get our bearings in Venice. Over all, a good experience with lots of sights to see.
Very good experience , everything were arranged properly and precisely , such as hotel and train transportation .
The tour was not as I expected it to be. We met the tour on the first day and realized we were on a bus to Florence with people that were not all on the same 5 day tour and also with 3 different languages. So although we paid for an English tour we had the narration in Italian, Spanish and very poor English. After the tour of Florence we were separated from the bus group and taken by cab to our hotel in Florence where we checked in and received vouchers for the rest of the tour. The hotel was clean, very welcoming and in a good location but I was very disappointed with my room which was basically a closet. I paid $100 per day extra because I was alone and felt I should have had the same kind of room as my friends which was very nice. We did not see the tour guides again until the next day where we were instructed to meet near the station for our bus trip to Pisa. This was good and we arrived back to Florence for the afternoon and evening, made our way back to the hotel and were on our own. Next morning we had vouchers for train to Venice and we were transferred by taxi to the train station. When we arrived in Venice we were met by representatives of Viator and taken to our hotel. Again we were left alone with instructions to meet at a specific location in the morning for our tour of Venice. Again the hotel was very nice and well located. Breakfast was very good. But again I had what I felt was an inferior room to my friends' even though I had paid extra. We met the tour guide the next morning and had a very brief tour of Venice, not at all what was described that we could expect. All in all we were mostly on our own figuring out where to meet etc. and felt that we could have arranged this ourselves. It was an expensive tour and I expected more. The company made a good profit from us.
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