• Location: Rome, Italy
  • Duration: 8 days (approx.)
From USD $ 1,714.50 View price calendar

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If you’re looking to experience the best of Italy in just one week, this whirlwind 7-night tour to the country’s top destinations is for you. You’ll start in Rome, continuing over seven days to Umbria, Siena, Florence, Venice, Lake Como and Milan, where the adventure ends (you may return to Rome by coach, if you prefer). Accommodation is included at 3- and 4-star hotels in Italy’s top four cities, and an experienced guide accompanies you to lead you on fascinating walking tours.


  • 8-day highlights of Italy tour from Rome with an expert guide
  • See top Rome attractions like Trevi Fountain and the Pantheon on a walking tour
  • Explore the UNESCO-listed town of Assisi in Umbria, and then head to Tuscany to visit Siena and Florence
  • Discover the charms of the Veneto region by visiting Venice, Padua and Verona
  • Relax at Lake Garda and Lake Como before visiting the elegant city of Milan
  • 4-star hotel accommodation in Rome, Florence, Venice and Milan included

What You Can Expect

8-Day Best of Italy Tour from Rome Including Tuscany, Venice and Milan

Milan: Cathedal Dome

Your 7-night tour of Italy’s greatest hits starts in Rome, where activities include a walking to see the Pantheon, Spanish Steps and other famous attractions. During the next seven days, you’ll move on to the regions of Umbria and Tuscany to visit UNESCO World Heritage–listed towns like Assisi and Siena; the fabulous, art-filled city of Florence for a walking tour of its Renaissance-era sites; romantic, must-see Venice; the simply stunning Italian Lakes; and the elegant city of Milan, with more historical Italian sites in between.

Accommodation at 3- and 4-star hotels is included for two nights in Rome, two nights in Florence, two nights in Venice and one night in Milan. Breakfast is included, as well as dinner on most evenings; other meals are on your own, giving you the flexibility to try different restaurants as you wish.

On the last day, you can either stay in Milan to end your tour, or take a coach ride back to Rome; it’s about a 6-hour drive. Just let your guide know which you prefer.

Please note: The listed price does not include city taxes, payable at the time of hotel check-in. This tax is required by the hotels and is not within our control. See the Itinerary for details on each day. 


Customer Reviews

Tamari K USA

5 star rating: Highly Recommended September 2017

it took me 3 years to write a review..but.. the tour was great! it was fun and we visited to so many places. Hotels were also good

Benji Thailand

5 star rating: Highly Recommended June 2017

Wakey Wakey !!!


5 star rating: Highly Recommended June 2017

Be prepared to walk! Days are early and nights are long but you do get to see all that this tour promised. Hotels were more like 3 than 4, meals were adequate but you really do get a taste of Italy. Our tour guide Nicole was so well organized, we actually got to sneak in some shopping along the way. Thanks Nicole!

Mari United States of ... 

5 star rating: Highly Recommended April 2017

Got to see so many places but didn't feel rushed which is incredible!. There were usually tours in the mornings and then the afternoons free to ourselves, which was great to see more of what we wanted to see that maybe the rest of the group didn't or to relax and people watch while we ate gelato. We usually came together again at dinner time part of the tour included some of the dinners. Being with the same small group and tour guide meant that it felt like a group of friends who had their separate adventures during the day and shared their stories over dinner each night!

jharris Australia

5 star rating: Highly Recommended September 2013

Even though it was really 6 and a half days it was still very good! Had plenty of free time in each place and it was well organized! Definitely recommend!


4 star rating: Recommended August 2017

Great Trip, Wonderful Guide


4 star rating: Recommended July 2016

My spouse and I had a great time. This is a perfect trip for people traveling Italy the first time. Everything in the itinerary was covered. The tour is well organized, not to mention our tour director Nicola who is very professional and always encourages everyone to be punctual so that we can have more free time on our own. Local guides were informative and knowledgeable regarding the site. Among the hotel that we checked in, we didn't like Hotel Villafranca. Dinner is just okay to satisfy your hunger. It was an enjoyable experience.

Christian S USA

4 star rating: Recommended December 2015

This is a good tour. My only complain is that the dinner food being serve at Hotel Continental Venice food is terrible. Aside from that, everything is ok.

Lara C

4 star rating: Recommended April 2014

Great overview of Italy! The tour leader, Pier, ran a slick operation and the timings worked well in terms of how much time you had at each place. It did feel a bit like a Catholic pilgrimage (loads of visits to churches).
The hotels are average, but clean and relatively comfortable. Food was decent enough. The trip is good value for money. Guides in each town are knowledgeable and friendly.
A definite recommendation, but please note this is more a 6-day tour but still worthwhile.
There is a fair amount of walking but at a comfortable pace and optional extras to Pisa, a gondola ride in Venice and a boat trip around Lake Garda were enjoyable experiences.


4 star rating: Recommended October 2013

Tour guide Pierre was excellent. We ending up travelling on a really big bus for only 7 of us plus the driver and guide. The hotels, except Milan, are rated 4* but are definitely 3's - okay but not memorable. Dinners at the hotels were mediocre at best and in Venice the service was abominable - 2 nights in a row, even after we complained the first night. Pierre did the best he could to rectify the situation but the hotel has final control. The local guides were all knowledgable and friendly. We enjoyed all the places we visited but would probably skip Milan and the lakes if we did it again - just not worth the time we spent. Assisi was spectacular and Venice was magic. Florence was, to our surprise, kind of ho-hum, but we didn't spend much time there. We would love to travel with Pierre again - he was very, very well versed in Italy, patient with some of our more trying travelling companions, and had a rather dry sense of humor.

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