12-Nights Sorrento, Rome, Florence & Venice
12 nights from $2540 per person
Sprawled across seven legendary hills, romantic and beautiful Rome was one
Rome enjoyed its greatest splendor during the 1st and 2nd centuries when art
Today's Rome, with its splendid churches, ancient monuments and palaces, spacious
Stop to see the remains of the Forum, once the city's political and commercial
Rome jars the senses and captures the soul. Grasp all you can during the short,
Caution: As in many big cities and tourist destinations purse snatching
Shopping For most visitors shopping for beautiful Italian leather articles,
Cuisine Rome's choice of restaurants is mindboggling as is the variety
Other Sights Rome's attractions are endless, and depending on how much
Piazza Venezia - This busy square is easily recognized by its imposing Vittorio
The Forum - Once the civic heart of ancient Rome, today the remains include
Colosseum - No visit to Rome is complete without a stop at this awe-inspiring
Trevi Fountain - Take a stroll to Rome's famous fountain. A spectacular fantasy
St. Peter's Square - Part of Vatican City, this square created by Bernini
St. Peter's Basilica - At the head of the square stands Christendom's most
Vatican Museum - To see this museum's immense collection would take days.
Sorrento is a town of extraordinary beauty and is known as a popular gateway to Italy's most spectacular stretch of coastline - the Amalfi Drive lined with fishing villages and famous resorts. The seaside resort of Amalfi sits with weathered houses scrambling up steep cliffs. Visitors marvel at its location and its magnificent cathedral. The religious sanctuary of Cloister of St. Francis is worth a visit. The tiny, exclusive resort of Positano has its famous world-class hotel, San Pietro. Excavations of the ruined city of Pompeii, which was destroyed in 79 A.D. during the disastrous eruption of Mount Vesuvius, give visitors a vivid impression of life in a very wealthy ancient city and the tragic end of its population. The Isle of Capri ranks as one of the most beautiful islands and has captured visitors for centuries with excellent climate, spectacular landscape and fantastic sea caverns. Capri has lavish villas, elegant hotels, chic boutiques and quaint restaurants. Museo Correale contains a death mask of poet Torquato Tasso and some special editions of his works, pictures, furniture and porcelain.
With a great historic past and incomparable art treasures, Venice is renowned as one of the world’s great cities. Its 118 islands are separated by more than 150 canals and spanned by 400 bridges. During Venice's artistic golden age many magnificent structures were erected to create world-famous masterpieces. One of the best sightseeing routes is along Grand Canal, with many palaces lining the famous waterway. St. Mark’s Square offers access to some of Venice’s most famed attractions - St. Mark’s Basilica and Doge’s Palace. From Piazza San Marco, a maze of narrow streets are lined with shops, cafés and restaurants. A popular pastime is sitting at an outdoor café facing the square while people-watching and letting the whole marvelous scenario unfold. Venice’s Murano, Burano and Torcello Islands comprise an area famous as home of Venice’s glass-blowing industry and known for their charm, skilled lace-making and medieval monuments. Relax on a gondola ride, see art treasures in museums, churches and palaces, and have a sumptuous meal - all in this incomparable city.
The creative explosion of the Italian Renaissance happened right here, leaving petite Florence more art treasures than most national capitals. View the masterworks of local heroes like Michelangelo and Botticelli, visit countless unforgettable basilicas, then climb up into Brunelleschi's soaring dome to watch the sun set among cypress-clad Tuscan hillsides.
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